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· January, 2007

Stories about Ukraine from January, 2007

Ukraine, Romania: Serpent Island Dispute

Ukraine List writes about a Ukrainian-Romanian dispute over Serpent Island: “The island itself is just a small chunk of limestone (.17 km sq.) with a layer of topsoil. […] The...

Ukraine: A Roundup

From Orange Ukraine, a roundup of Ukrainian political happenings.

Ukraine: Negative PACE Report

Foreign Notes quotes from a PACE report on Ukraine: “The political reality in today's Ukraine shows that, apart from the conduct of free and transparent elections in March 2006, the...

Ukraine: Two Years of Yushchenko's Presidency

Two years ago, Dan and Lesya McMinn of Orange Ukraine were among hundreds of thousands of people who came to Kyiv's Independence Square (Maidan Nezalezhnosti) on Jan. 23 to listen...

Ukraine: Solotvyno Salt Mine

Ukraine List writes about the Solotvyno Salt Mine, located near the Romanian border, home to the deepest speleotherapy facility in the world: “Speleotherapy in Solotvyno essentially uses the micro-climates in...

Ukraine, Romania: The Bridge

Ukraine List reports that a bridge has finally been constructed to connect two villages – one in Ukraine, the other in Romania: “The bridge was even the subject of a...

Ukraine: More on Kushnaryov's Death

Much more on Yevhen Kushnaryov's somewhat mysterious death and other political matters – at Foreign Notes, here and here, and at Ukrainiana, here.

Ukraine: Diaspora Illustrator

Ukraine List writes about Yaroslava Surmach-Mills, a Ukrainian-American illustrator.

Ukraine: Kushnaryov's Death

Foreign Notes explains what Yevhen Kushnaryov's death likely means to Ukrainian politicians.

Ukraine: Hunters Discuss Yevhen Kushnaryov's Death

Evhen Kushnaryov, 55, former governor of Kharkiv region and the deputy faction leader of prime minister Victor Yanukovych‘s Party of Regions, died today from gunshot wounds suffered in a hunting...

Ukraine: Politician Shot While Hunting

A controversial Ukrainian politician is in critical condition after a hunting accident, reports Abdymok.

Ukraine: Dolphin-Assisted Therapy

Ukraine List writes about Dolphin-Assisted Therapy in Crimea.

Caught On Camera: Human Rights Videos on GV

You'd be forgiven for thinking it's been Saddam, Saddam, Saddam, in recent weeks, but GV has covered other human rights videos that deserve a bit of limelight – so, in...

Ukraine: Braidless Tymoshenko

Yulia Tymoshenko got rid of her famous braid and made a few controversial political steps. More on Foreign Notes.

Ukraine: Information Society Law

Information Policy reports on a new law adopted by the Ukrainian parliament: the Law On Fundamental Principles of Development of Information Society in Ukraine in 2006-2016.

Ukraine: Accordion Music

Ukraine List writes about Ukrainian accordion musicians.

Ukraine: “Unreal Estate”

Orange Ukraine writes on the situation with land and real estate in Kyiv and the rest of the country.

Ukraine: Lugansk and Other Problems

Foreign Notes reports on the tariffs war fallout in Lugansk and other problems clogging Ukrainian politics.

Ukraine: Pripyat

Ukraine List links to embellished and unembellished photos of Pripyat, the abandoned town near Chernobyl.

Russia, Belarus: Oil Wars

Siberian Light and Publius Pundit write about the gas-and-oil war between Russia and Belarus.

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