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  • Where all the ladders start (Chicago Tribune) 04/30/2006
  • Reflections at a nuclear tomb (San Jose Mercury News) 04/30/2006

  • Cruel cost of the human egg trade (The Observer) 04/29/2006
  • Ukrainian Region Defies President On Russian Language (Radio Free Europe: Radio Library, Sat, 29 Apr 2006 9:06 AM PDT) 04/29/2006
  • Former Soviet Union Media Still Under Assault - Freedom House (Mosnews) 04/29/2006
  • Russians Ponder Cause of Chernobyl Meltdown (Angus Reid) 04/29/2006

  • Sister Cities Week to feature what’s being done e (Corvallis Gazette Times) 04/28/2006

  • Ukrainian leader eyes Chernobyl for tourist dollars (Business Day) 04/27/2006
  • Ukraine marks anniversary of Chornobyl nuclear power plant disaster (Ukrainian Journal) 04/27/2006
  • Ukraine's strange atomic love (BBC News) 04/27/2006
  • Russia, Ukraine to work together to deal with Chernobyl consequences - Putin (Interfax) 04/27/2006
  • Celebrated Chernobyl Book Gets First Russian Staging (RFE/RL) 04/27/2006
  • Holy See Backs Civil Use of Nuclear Energy: Cardinal Addresses Seminar on Chernobyl Anniversary (Zenit) 04/27/2006
  • Ukrainian leader eyes Chernobyl for tourist dollars (Business Day) 04/27/2006

  • Bells toll as Chernobyl survivors mark 20 years since disaster (AFP/Yahoo) 04/26/2006
  • Ukraine Grapples With Chernobyl Legacy (AP/Yahoo) 04/26/2006
  • Flowers and tears mark Chernobyl anniversary (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/26/2006
  • Ukrainians recall Chornobyl tragedy on mournful 20-year anniversary (CP/Yahoo) 04/26/2006
  • Ottawa pledges continued support for Chernobyl victims (AFP/Yahoo) 04/26/2006
  • Japan vows to help Ukraine fight post-Chernobyl problems (Kyodo/Yahoo) 04/26/2006
  • Chernobyl tragedy calls world to peace, respect of nature, pope says (Catholic Online) 04/26/2006
  • Pope Benedict recalls 20th anniversary of Chernobyl nuclear disaster (Catholic News Agency) 04/26/2006
  • Pope prays for Chernobyl victims on 20th anniversary of disaster (Catholic World News) 04/26/2006
  • Pope appeals to world leaders for peace on anniversary of Chernobyl (Catholic News Service) 04/26/2006
  • Benedict XVI Remembers Chernobyl Victims (Zenit) 04/26/2006
  • First at Chernobyl, Burning Still (NY Times) 04/26/2006
  • Ukraine expects to cooperate with China in peaceful use of nuclear energy (People's Daily) 04/26/2006

  • Tarasyuk to take part in Ukraine-NATO Commission session (Unian) 04/25/2006
  • Ukraine remembers Chernobyl (Financial Times) 04/25/2006
  • Chernobyl Widows Still Cope With Loss (LA Times) 04/25/2006
  • Film On Orthodox Judaism Opens In Ukraine (Baltimore Jewish Times) 04/25/2006
  • Chicago Ukrainian Community Hosts Two Chornobyl (Chernobyl) Events This Week (PR Newswire/Yahoo) 04/25/2006
  • A young cancer patient reacts as a nurse adjusts a drip in a hospital for oncological diseases in the Ukrainian city of (AlertNet) 04/25/2006
  • Ukrainian Nuclear Reactor Reconnected to Grid (RedNova) 04/25/2006
  • 20 years later, Ukraine tries to make sense of Chornobyl nuclear tragedy (CP/Yahoo) 04/25/2006
  • A Worker Recalls the Chernobyl Disaster (LA Times) 04/25/2006
  • Chernobyl widow: 'This is the end' (CNN) 04/25/2006
  • Luhansk governor Moskal, Yushchenko's loyalist, resigns, Interfax says (Ukrainian Journal) 04/25/2006
  • Fourteen people injured after blasts hit two supermarkets in Kharkiv (Ukrainian Journal) 04/25/2006
  • U.S. organized crime force probes Russian gas supplier RosUkrEnergo (Ukrainian Journal) 04/25/2006
  • Ukraine to build $1 bln Chornobyl cover (Ukrainian Journal) 04/25/2006
  • Chernobyl Widows Still Cope With Loss (AP/Yahoo) 04/25/2006

  • A Ukrainian girl stands alongside placards during a demonstration denouncing nuclear power in Kiev (AlertNet) 04/24/2006
  • Ukrainian president appeals for help to return life to Chernobyl-affected region (North County Times) 04/24/2006
  • Ukraine conference starts Chernobyl 20th anniversary commemorations (Bernama) 04/24/2006
  • A Ukrainian girl stands alongside placards during a demonstration denouncing nuclear power in Kiev (AlertNet) 04/24/2006
  • Polish President to pay tribute to Ukrainian victims (Poland.pl) 04/24/2006
  • Ukrainian president appeals for help to return life to Chernobyl-affected region (Kyiv Post) 04/24/2006
  • Volunteers collect tons of clothing for Ukraine (Jackson Citizen Patriot) 04/24/2006
  • Israeli Stabbed in Ukraine (FSUMonitor.com) 04/24/2006
  • EU to continue to offer Chernobyl aid to Ukraine (Interfax) 04/24/2006
  • Ukraine Asks Help for Chernobyl Region (Wash Post) 04/24/2006
  • Chornobyl 20 Years After: Nuclear Power Set For Growth (RFE/RL) 04/24/2006
  • Ukrainian nuke reactor disconnected (UPI) 04/24/2006
  • Ukraine conference starts Chernobyl 20th anniversary commemorations (AFP/Yahoo) 04/24/2006
  • Ukrainian president appeals for help to return life to Chernobyl-affected region (WPMI) 04/24/2006
  • Ukraine leader seeks cash for new Chernobyl shelter (AlertNet) 04/24/2006
  • Trying to teach a loving touch (Charlotte Observer) 04/24/2006
  • Sri Lanka shuts down web-based commercial sex service (Kyodo News/Yahoo) 04/24/2006

  • Staff of Ukraine's Chernobyl plant mourn colleagues (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/23/2006
  • Chernobyl still poisons bodies and minds (Chicago Tribune) 04/23/2006
  • Researchers look to Japan's experiences for clues on Chornobyl effects (CNews) 04/23/2006

  • Chernobyl: Ukraine's Soviet-Era Nightmare (AP/LA Times) 04/22/2006
  • Crumbling Chernobyl Shelter Poses Danger (AP/Yahoo) 04/22/2006
  • Could Chernobyl Happen Again? (AP/Yahoo) 04/22/2006
  • Britons fear 66,000 extra deaths due to Chernobyl (AFP/Yahoo) 04/22/2006
  • Ukrainian worker removes glass from site of explosion in supermarket in Kharkiv (AlertNet) 04/22/2006

  • Ex-Soviet republics decline to put Ukraine's call to consider 1930s famine a genocide (Kyiv Post) 04/21/2006
  • Kyiv to continue to insist 1930s famine be recognized as genocide -minister (Interfax) 04/21/2006
  • Ukrainian boy is tested for thyroid cancer in mobile clinic in Volodymyr-Volynsky (AlertNet) 04/21/2006
  • Shelter over Ukraine's Chernobyl crumbling, radiation leaking (Kyiv Post) 04/21/2006
  • Vatican seminar explores lessons of Chernobyl (Catholic World News) 04/21/2006
  • Kiev chosen to host International Congress for the Family (Catholic News Agency) 04/21/2006

  • Chornobyl 20 Years After: Greenpeace, Others Challenge IAEA Report On Disaster Consequences (RFE/RL) 04/20/2006
  • U.S. fund donates US$1.7 million in medical aid to Chernobyl-affected children in Ukraine (Kyiv Post) 04/20/2006
  • Wife of Ukraine's President Yushchenko, Kateryna, speaks as US ambassador Herbst listens after arrival of aid in Kiev (AlertNet) 04/20/2006
  • Ukrainian president seeks support to recover from nuclear disaster (Kyodo News) 04/20/2006
  • Ukrainian president seeks support to recover from nuclear disaster (Kyodo News/Yahoo) 04/20/2006
  • Ukrainian worker inspects state of sarcophagus containing closed Chernobyl nuclear reactor (Alertnet) 04/20/2006
  • Funding desperately needed for medical treatment of 10-year-old (BRAMA) 04/20/2006
  • Chornobyl remembered: 20 years later (BRAMA) 04/20/2006
  • Chornobyl Fund Launches 32nd Airlift to Mark 20th Anniversary of Nuclear Disaster (BRAMA) 04/20/2006
  • Appeal to all those who care. Chornobyl bazaar benefit (BRAMA) 04/20/2006

  • [Hearing] The Legacy of Chornobyl: Health and Safety 20 Years Later (CSCE) 04/19/2006
  • i (VOA) 04/19/2006
  • Ukrainian Interior Ministry Concerned at Growing Drug Addiction (RedNova) 04/19/2006

  • Greenpeace i (VOA) 04/18/2006

  • The Strange Alliance between Ukrainian Progressive Socialism and Russian Neo-Eurasianism (UNIAN) 04/17/2006
  • Debate Over Chernobyl's Impact Rages On (RedNova) 04/17/2006

  • 20 years on, few are reassured by U.N. finding that Chernobyl impact far less than feared (San Diego Union-Tribune) 04/15/2006
  • Anti-nuclear activists rally against new reactor for France (AFP/Yahoo) 04/15/2006
  • Transposed letters divert student travelers (Sioux City Journal) 04/15/2006
  • Few Reassured Over Chernobyl's Impact (Minneapolis Star-Tribune) 04/15/2006
  • Few Reassured Over Chernobyl's Impact (LA Times) 04/15/2006

  • Ukrainian man stands in his house in ghost town of Pripyat, which was evacuated after the Chernobyl nuclear disaster (Alertnet) 04/14/2006
  • World Bank Suspends $60 Million AIDS Project In Ukraine Over Failure To Implement It (Moldova.org) 04/14/2006
  • Ukrainian visits his flat in ghost town of Pripyat which was evacuated after an explosion at the Chernobyl nuclear (Alertnet) 04/14/2006
  • A Ukrainian man with a dog walks in a street in the ghost town of Chernobyl (AlterNet) 04/14/2006

  • Chernobyl diary - week two (BBC News) 04/09/2006

  • Farmers still feel effects of disaster (icWales) 04/02/2006
  • Raped, beaten and helpless: UK's sex slaves ['Eva' is a 20-year-old Ukrainian who believed she had a job as a chamber maid in the UK.] (Guardian) 04/02/2006

  • Photo: Illegal settlers in the exclusion zone around the closed Chernobyl nuclear power plant wash clothes in the Pripyat river (Reuters/AlertNet) 04/01/2006
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