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  • Man cleared of laundering cash for hooker gang (icSouthlondon) 03/31/2006

  • Photo: Vedernikova Marija, 6, the only child in the 30 km (18 miles) exclusion zone around the closed Chernobyl nuclear power plant, waves through the window of her home in Chernobyl March 30, 2006. Ukraine is preparing to mark the 20th anniversary of the world's worst nuclear disaster, when a reactor at the Chernobyl plant exploded, spreading a radioactive cloud across Europe and the Soviet Union. (Reuters) 03/30/2006
  • Photo: Mihail Radkevich and Anna Kalita, who live together after their partners died, stand in front of photographs from their earlier lives in their home in the village of Ilinci inside the 30 km (19 miles) exclusion zone around the closed Chernobyl nuclear power plant (Reuters) 03/30/2006

  • Photo: A sign warning of radiation hangs from a fence around the 30-km exclusion zone around the closed Chernobyl nuclear power plant March 28, 2006. Ukraine prepares to mark the 20th anniversary of the world's worst nuclear disaster, in which a reactor at the Chernobyl plant exploded, spreading a radioactive cloud across Europe and the Soviet Union. (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/29/2006
  • Photo: Pre-election leaflet of Ukraine's former Prime Minister Tymoshenko is seen at entrace of collective kitchen in Chernobyl (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/29/2006
  • Four arrested for selling residence papers to hundreds of migrants (Kathimerini) 03/29/2006
  • Chernobyl diary [Chornobyl] (BBC) 03/29/2006
  • Photo: Ukrainian police officer working inside exclusion zone around closed nuclear power plant receives examination in Chernobyl (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/29/2006

  • Cincinnati still helping Chernobyl (Cincinnati Enquirer) 03/26/2006
  • Chernobyl 20 years on (Guardian) 03/26/2006
  • Living with the fallout [Chernobyl] (Sunday Sun) 03/26/2006
  • 20 Years On, UN Accused of Ignoring 500,000 Chernobyl Deaths (MosNews) 03/26/2006

  • No atom of doubt [Book]...Chernobyl and the safety of nuclear reactors (Guardian) 03/24/2006

  • Redoubling the Burden...support for women’s rights in the former USSR is falling off the international radar screen (Transitions Online) 03/23/2006
  • Conference: Living with radiation in the modern world :: Commemorating Chornobyl - remembering Hiroshima/Nagasaki (BRAMA) 03/23/2006
  • 250 Canadian artists take to the stage to commemorate 20th anniversary of Chornobyl nuclear disaster (BRAMA) 03/23/2006
  • Chernobyl disaster linked to higher rate of infant mortality in Britain (Independent) 03/23/2006
  • Chernobyl 'Killed 1,000 UK Babies' (Sky News/Yahoo) 03/23/2006
  • Ukraine demands Russian humanitarian convoy alter route (Interfax-Russia) 03/23/2006
  • 3 charged in massage parlor case. [Oksana Prus, resident alien from Ukraine, charged with third-degree promotion of prostitution, a felony] (Binghamton Press & Sun Bulletin) 03/23/2006
  • Trafficking in people on rise in Czech Republic-press (Ceske Noviny) 03/23/2006

  • Liberia: Ukrainian Contingent Donates to Four Orphanages (AllAfrica) 03/22/2006
  • В Українi пташиний грип наразi нiби подоланий (VOA) 03/22/2006
  • Women rescued in trafficking op [UK] (BBC) 03/22/2006
  • Bird flu outbreak in Ukraine suppressed - minister (Interfax-Russia) 03/22/2006

  • OI Provides PJs to Orphans in Ukraine (Oswego Daily News) 03/19/2006

  • Фонд першої ледi допомагає лiкарням (VOA) 03/17/2006
  • Гельсінська спілка вказує на брак уваги до проблем прав людини в Україні (Deutsche Welle) 03/17/2006

  • Matchmaking agency appeals verdict in favor of Ukrainian woman (AP/Daily Press) 03/15/2006
  • Україна в рамках ВООЗ буде боротися проти тютюну (proUA) 03/15/2006
  • Scots farms still feel Chernobyl effects (Glasgow Herald) 03/15/2006

  • Stage, film and TV actor David Rasche (left) attended the opening of an exhibition on Sunday March 12, 2006, titled 'Chornobyl'+ 20…This is our land - We still live here' featuring the photographs of Myron Stachiw (photo right) and Serhiy Marchenko FOTO/S (BRAMA) 03/14/2006
  • Chernobyl: A Poisonous Legacy (Independent) 03/14/2006
  • Armenian officer attempted to rape Ukrainian trainee attending the course of European Center for Security Studies (APA) 03/14/2006
  • Chornobyl photo exhibit launches series of events commemorating 20th anniversary of nuclear accident FOTO/S (BRAMA) 03/14/2006
  • A young boy is attracted to a computer screen showing a video of two boys from the Chornobyl, Ukraine region FOTO/S (BRAMA) 03/14/2006

  • United Nations Scientific Body still Tracks Radiation 50 Years on (UNEP) 03/13/2006
  • На Львівщині відкривається Центр ресоціалізації жертв торгівлі людьми (Deutsche Welle) 03/13/2006
  • Експерти ставлять під сумнів доцільність нового саркофагу на ЧАЕС (Deutsche Welle) 03/13/2006
  • Nuclear waste: Bury it and forget? (Reuters) 03/13/2006
  • Alleged adoption scam still stings (Indy Star) 03/13/2006

  • Bracing for Pandemic: Early-warning system for bird flu (SF Chronicle) 03/12/2006
  • A shame on our society [Trafficking of women in Cyprus] (Cyprus-Mail) 03/12/2006

  • Ukraine, Ebrd Discuss Tender for Chernobyl Sarcophagus (RedOrbit) 03/11/2006
  • New spent nuclear fuel storage facility being built at Chornobyl (Interfax-Russia) 03/11/2006

  • Keeping Ukraine Poor [Corruption] (IPS) 03/10/2006
  • New HIV/AIDS hospital opens in Ukraine (AP/Kyiv Post) 03/10/2006

  • FBI: Immigrant organized crime ring busted (Newsday) 03/09/2006

  • Release of Country Reports on Human Rights Practices [Paula Dobriansky, Under Secretary of State for Global Affairs...] (USDOS) 03/08/2006
  • Ukraine Improves On Human Rights, But U.S. Says Gaps Remain (RFE/RL) 03/08/2006
  • Ukraine: Country Reports on Human Rights Practices - 2005 (USDOS) 03/08/2006
  • Ukraine: [Introduction] Country Reports on Human Rights Practices - 2005 [In Ukraine there were notable improvements in human rights performance following the Orange Revolution...] (USDOS) 03/08/2006
  • Wales MEP Glenys Kinnock is demanding tougher action on gangs who traffic women for sex in the run-up to the World Cup in Germany this summer. (BBC) 03/08/2006
  • Chernobyl accident scars vivid 20 years on (Daily Yomiuri) 03/08/2006
  • Chornobyl and mothers to blame for heart defects in children. Every year 5,000 children with congenital heart defects are born in Ukraine [Dated 3/7/06] (The Day) 03/08/2006
  • No extra anti-bird flu measures needed - Kharkiv zoo director (Interfax-Russia) 03/08/2006
  • Meet Svetlana. Sad reality: More than 50,000 Israeli men will visit a brothel today (Ynetnews) 03/08/2006
  • Medical building parlor raided [illicit sex operations that were run by or employed Russian and Ukranian women] (Trenton Times) 03/08/2006
  • Europe urged to offer residency to trafficked women [Dated 3/7/06] (Reuters/AlertNet) 03/08/2006

  • Дружина Президента й голова Наглядової ради Міжнародного фонду «Україна 3000» — про діяльність цієї благодійної організації, відродження традиції меценатства і професійні уподобання малих Ющенків (Україна Молода) 03/07/2006
  • Atomic Bomb Survivors Who Had Higher Radiation Exposure Show Increased Incidence Of Thyroid Diseases (Science Daily) 03/07/2006
  • Abuses Against HIV-Positive, High-Risk Groups In Ukraine Impeding Access To Prevention, Treatment, Report Says (Medical News Today) 03/07/2006
  • Book Review - The voices of Chernobyl, pain-filled and eloquent (Philadelphia Inquirer) 03/07/2006
  • Lymphocytes From A Risk Group [ChornobylChernobyl][Informnauka (Informscience) Agency] (Innovations Report) 03/07/2006

  • UOC-MP Orthodox Hold Seminar in Kyiv on Human Trafficking (RISU) 03/06/2006
  • US sending Romania 1.25m dollars to help battle bird flu (AFP/Yahoo) 03/06/2006
  • Miami Doctors Help Badly Burned Ukrainian Girl [The eyebrow transplant was the 23rd procedure for Mariya Klymenko] (NBC6) 03/06/2006
  • Two Ukrainian Docs Perish in Road Tragedy (Times of Zambia) 03/06/2006
  • Ukrainian government, UNICEF representative office in Ukraine sign cooperation plan for 2006 (Interfax-Russia) 03/06/2006
  • Black Sea nations to join forces to fight bird flu (Reuters/AlertNet) 03/06/2006
  • Arts, Briefly [Svetlana Alexievich took the nonfiction prize for 'Voices From Chernobyl: The Oral History of a Nuclear Disaster' (Dalkey Archive Press).] (NY Times) 03/06/2006

  • Helping Ukraine help the children who remain (Charlotte Observer) 03/05/2006

  • Photo: Activists of Ukraine's Green party are seen in downtown Kiev, Ukraine as they protest against the construction of nuclear storage facility on Friday (AP/Yahoo) 03/03/2006
  • Ukraine to Increase Uranium Extraction to Meet Own Nuclear Fuel Needs - Minister (RedOrbit) 03/03/2006
  • Photo: Demonstrators wearing gas masks and chemical suits read a newspaper during a protest rally in central Kiev, March 3, 2006. Several dozens of protesters of Ukraine's Green Party on Friday staged a street event against plans to build a disposal site for nuclear waste in Ukraine. (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/03/2006
  • Photo: A demonstrator wearing a gas mask peels a potato during a protest rally in central Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/03/2006
  • PICTURING CHERNOBYL. At the heart of the matter (Japan Times) 03/03/2006

  • Ukraine catch man at airport with uranium (Reuters/Tiscali) 03/02/2006
  • Global Poultry Industry is the Root of the Bird Flu Crisis (GlobalResearch.ca) 03/02/2006
  • Despite Major Gains, Women Bear Disproportionate Share of Poverty Burden. [United Nations, see: TETYANA KONDRATYUK, Deputy Minister of Youth and Sports of Ukraine...] (News Blaze) 03/02/2006
  • Anti-AIDS Efforts Undermined by Rights Abuses (HRW) 03/02/2006
  • Україна: зусилля з подолання СНІДу підриваються порушеннями прав людини (HRW) 03/02/2006
  • Rights abuses endanger anti-AIDS efforts in Ukraine (AFP/Yahoo) 03/02/2006
  • Photo: A Ukrainian doctor examines an HIV/AIDS patient at the Odessa hospital in March 2005. A Human Rights Watch (HRW) report warned that routine harassment and discrimination by Ukraine's law enforcement and health care officials are undermining government efforts at fighting the country's HIV/AIDS epidemic. (AFP/Yahoo) 03/02/2006

  • Lithuania remembers Chernobyl [Chernobyl movement, alongside the Ukrainian Embassy to Lithuania, will open an exhibition at the Seimas gallery on Chernobyl’s after-effects in Eastern Europe] (Baltic Times) 03/01/2006
  • Over 450 baby boys ‘lost’ after Chernobyl [Czech scientists have linked a sudden drop in male births to the radiation that fell with raindrops after the Chernobyl nuclear disaster 20 years ago.] (Gulf Times) 03/01/2006
  • Ill-health legacy of atomic bomb (BBC) 03/01/2006
  • Gorbachev, Almost 75, Sounds Off on U.S. [Record tarnished by his handling of the 1986 reactor explosion at the Chernobyl nuclear plant, which the Soviet leadership announced to the world only after scientists in Sweden detected a radioactive fallout. Gorbachev insisted the Kremlin just didn't know the scope of the disaster, but many claim the Soviet leadership deliberately downplayed its gravity.] (AP/Yahoo) 03/01/2006
  • Ukrainian Cabinet Unites Two Chernobyl Programmes into One (RedOrbit) 03/01/2006
  • Ukraine approves steps to earn US$ blns within Kyoto Protocol (Ukrainian Journal) 03/01/2006
  • Ukrainian Museum Commemorates 20th Anniversary of Chornobyl Disaster with Multi-Media Exhibition Chronicling Life in Affected Areas FOTO/S (BRAMA) 03/01/2006
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