Stories about Ukraine from October, 2006
Ukraine Study Tour blog writes about Ukrainian writer Andrei Kurkov and Ukrainian literature.
Dykun posts a 2005 video from a wedding in the town of Pidhajtsi, Ternopil region of Ukraine.
Petro Rondiak of Petro's Jotter posts an update on the ongoing effort to save a Ukrainian teenager diagnosed with leukemia.
“The robots welcome you to Rusted Future World.” – 36 photos from the Ukrainian city of Kherson, by Dan McMinn of Orange Ukraine.
Orange Ukraine and Foreign Notes both discuss president Yushchenko's relationship with his own party. Foreign Notes also re-posts two newspaper stories from eastern Ukraine: on the ongoing rallies against high...
LEvko of Foreign Notes thinks that the Ukrainian “saga” of “coalitions and oppositions” is over.
LJ user voevoda (Anton Petrov) posts a photo report (RUS) from the two rallies that took place in Kyiv Sunday, honoring and protesting the Ukrainian Insurgent Army.
p3 writes about a recent visit to the ancestors’ home in the neighboring Ukraine.
Doug Merrill of A Fistful of Euros writes about Ukraine and the short attention span of the media and bloggers.
Orange Ukraine writes about the recent development on Ukraine's political scene: “It's a rare country in which the party of the President announces it is going into opposition. It is...
Katie Allen of Ukraine Study Tour blog learns that in Ukraine, everything is on sale: from university degrees to parliament seats.
Foreign Notes writes about the recent appointments made by president Yushchenko: Vasyl Baziv, Oleksandr Zinchenko, and Vitaliy Hayduk.
Petro Rondiak and his wife Ola are looking for ways to save a 14-year-old Ukrainian girl diagnosed with leukemia: “It is clear that Tania will not get the required treatment...
Foreign Notes writes about the communal services prices situation and translates an article about Ukrainian coal mines.