KYIV, Sept. 8, 2010 (UBO) – A draft language law is being pushed by a number of members, most notably Vadym Kolesnichenko, a member of the Party of Regions and head of the Russian-Speaking Ukraine pub
Tymoshenko says government rewriting history books and trying to kill the soul of the country KYIV, Sept. 7, 2010 (UBO) – Members of parliament throwing punches and kicking each other, loud complaints
KYIV, Sept. 7, 2010 (UBO) – On 3 September Futbol+ sports channel received a licence for satellite broadcasting and will start to operate in test mode this October. After the launch the channel will b
By E. F. Riccio* Publication of a previous article in this series, one relating to public services in Kyiv and entitled, “The Killer City,” seems to have drawn a great deal of attention, presumably be
Some U.S. sports writers pick Stakhovsky as possible Open finalist FLUSHING, New York, Sept. 4, 2010 (UBO) – Ukraine’s Serhiy Stakhovsky, now the world’s 36th ranked male player, continues to advance
Ukrainian-Chinese Business Forum draws 300 Chinese and Ukrainian executives, traders and officials BEIJING , Sept. 3, 2010 (UBO) -- More than 300 Chinese and Ukrainian officials, business executives a
Visa regime, space technology and cultural exchange agreements expected News and commentary from Ukraine Business Online BEIJING , China, Sept. 2, 2010 (UBO) -- President Viktor Yanukovych has arrived
KYIV, Sept. 1, 2010 (UBO) -- On Tuesday, August 31 the UA Index grew supported by the commodity market as oil quotes declined and sugar futures grew. The increase in the stock values of MCB Agricole a
KYIV, Sept. 1, 2010 (UBO) – For over 200,000 school children in Kyiv and millions more around Ukraine, September 1 is always the first day of the school year. For over 25,000 of these students in Kyiv
Agreement on many issues but Merkel expresses concerns on press freedom News and commentary from Ukraine Business Online BERLIN , August 31, 2010 (UBO) – President Viktor Yanukovych and German Chancel
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