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  1. 214@100: Ukraine's First Lady returns to ProspectRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Daily Herald

    ... in 2005 it was as First Lady of Ukraine. Chumachenko worked as a White House aide and in 1993 later met Viktor Yushchenko, whom she married in 1998. Viktor went on to become the Ukrainian president, making a Prospect alumna the first lady. She was ...

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  2. Armenia's Anti-NGO Laws Inspired By MoscowRead the original story

    Wednesday Mar 25 | Groong

    ... legislation only 18 months after the Orange Revolution in Ukraine ushered in the pro-Western President Viktor Yushchenko. Russia's legislation regulates the activities of a half million NGOs, including domestic branches of more than 5,000 ...

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  3. Suicide Or Homicide? In Ukraine, Old-Guard Officials Dying MysteriouslyRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 26, 2015 | Weekday Magazine

    ... the son-in-law of former President Leonid Kuchma, Viktor Pinchuk, for just $850 million. (In October 2005, Viktor Yushchenko reversed the sale, reselling a 93-percent stake in the plant to Mittal Steel for $4.8 billion.) Anton Herashchenko, a ... 2 comments

  4. A year after Russia took Crimea, stronger Ukraine military braces for long fightRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 5 | McClatchy

    ... war," said Leonid Polyakov, who was Ukraine's minister of defense during the pro-West presidency of Viktor Yushchenko and remains one of this nation's top military experts. "Ukraine does not want this war. Ukraine has been forced into this fight, ...

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  5. Georgian Expert Offers To Involve Armenia In Regional ProjectsRead the original story

    Monday Mar 2 | Groong

    GEORGIAN EXPERT OFFERS TO INVOLVE ARMENIA IN REGIONAL PROJECTS March 2, 2015 15:06 Photo: http://dm-c.it/ Yerevan /Mediamax/. Irakli Gogava, Georgian international relations expert and former advisor to ex-President of Ukraine Viktor Yushchenko, stated that Armenia needs to be involved in regional projects.

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  6. Who was outspoken Putin critic Boris Nemtsov?Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 28 | Windsor Beacon

    ... supported Ukraine's Orange Revolution in 2004 and became an economic adviser for Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko, who ousted the presidential candidate backed by Yanukovych. In 2008, Nemtsov helped create the Solidarity movement that deposed ...

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  7. Slain Russian opposition leader often criticized PutinRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 28 | USA Today

    ... supported Ukraine's Orange Revolution in 2004 and became an economic adviser for Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko, who ousted the presidential candidate backed by Yanukovych. In 2008, Nemtsov helped create the Solidarity movement that deposed ...

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  8. Who killed Boris Nemtsov?Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 28 | Pravda

    A few hours ago, on the evening of February 27, 2015, Boris Nemtsov , former deputy prime minister of the Russian Federation and a leader of the Russian opposition, was murdered, some 200 meters away from the Kremlin. According to a CIA-sponsored publication that lost no time in updating its Nemtsov's biography, he had been "an outspoken critic of Vladimir Putin."

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  9. Anti-Kremlin leader Boris Nemtsov fatally shot in MoscowRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 27 | USA Today

    ... eastern Ukraine. Nemtsov supported Ukraine's Orange Revolution in 2004 and became an economic adviser for Viktor Yushchenko, who ousted the presidential candidate backed by Yanukovych. In 2008, Nemtsov help create the Solidarity movement that ...

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  10. Boris Nemtsov, Another Putin Critic, has been KilledRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 27 | RedState

    Just to name a few, there's Anna Politkovskaya, Viktor Yushchenko, and Sergei Yushenkhov.* Now, we can add former deputy prime minister, opposition party leader, and liberal Boris Nemtsov. Just one days before a opposition rally is scheduled to take place, he was shot four times from a passing car while he was taking a walk.

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  11. A major Russian opposition figure was just shot dead in MoscowRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 27 | Silicon Alley Insider

    Nemtsov served as a deputy prime minister and a regional governor in the 1990s under previous Russian president Boris Yeltsin, and advised Ukrainian president Viktor Yushchenko after Ukraine's "Orange Revolution" in 2004. In the 1990s, as governor of Russia's Nizhny-Novgorod region, Nemtsov, a former physicist, helped implement free-market reforms.

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  12. After year of conflict, Ukrainians believe theya re fighting for survivalRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 21, 2014 | The Miami Herald

    ... Oleh Rybachuk, secretary of state and head of the Presidential Secretariat for former Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko, who was considered Western-friendly, said the past year of challenges had already changed the country in some ways. ...

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  13. Charlemagne: Soaring hopes, dark fearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 26, 2015 | The Economist

    ... standards or its visa regime. After the Orange revolution in 2004 pro-reform Ukrainians rested hopes with Viktor Yushchenko, who became president, and Yulia Tymoshenko, the prime minister; they had protested together but fell out disastrously in ...

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  14. Global Rivals Locking Horns In Ukrainian WarRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 26, 2015 | Investopedia

    ... were fraudulent, due to mass violations of protocol. These demonstrators supported the candidacy of Viktor Yushchenko, a politician who leaned more toward Western policies. Thus, over the 2 months from 22nd November 2004 to 23rd January 2005, the ...

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  15. Soaring hopes, dark fearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 26, 2015 | The Economist

    ... standards or its visa regime. After the Orange revolution in 2004 pro-reform Ukrainians rested hopes with Viktor Yushchenko, who became president, and Yulia Tymoshenko, the prime minister; they had protested together but fell out disastrously in ...

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  16. Minsk meeting may seal Ukraine's fateRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 10, 2015 | Deutsche Welle

    ... so-called 'color revolutions', Lukashenko already had good contacts to Ukraine's president at the time, Viktor Yushchenko, after 2004," she told Deutsche Welle. That's the reason Ukraine asked Lukashenko for support after the change of power in ...

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  17. full commentRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 9, 2015 | The Recorder

    ... in Ukrainian politics. Nine years ago, our government treated the poisoned, losing electoral candidate Viktor Yushchenko and we supported the recent coup there. Russia's neighbors have been recruited into NATO and clearly the aim has been to draw ...

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  18. Ukraine Fast FactsRead the original story

    Jan 30, 2015 | GantDaily.com

    ... President Vladimir Putin also supports Yanukovych's campaign. September 2004 - Opposition candidate Viktor Yushchenko develops a mysterious illness which leaves his face pock-marked. Medical tests later show he is suffering from dioxin poisoning. ...

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  19. Arsenal: games of patriotsRead the original story

    Jan 29, 2015 | The Day

    ... relation to art. Actually, Mystetsky Arsenal was founded to satisfy the ambitions of the then president Viktor Yushchenko, who in the background of total failure with promised reforms sought to leave at least some trace in history. The transfer of ...

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  20. A Right Wing Former Czech President's Views on UkraineRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 27, 2015 | OpEdNews

    Presentation at the panel "Europe, the Ukraine and Russia", Vienna Com.Sult Congress, House of Industry, Vienna, January 20, 2015.[tag] When I was asked by David Ungar-Klein to speak here today on Ukraine , I hesitated. My knowledge of Ukraine is rather limited and I don t pretend to be an expert on this sorely tried country.

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