Where there is no law, but every man does what is right in his own eyes, there is the least of real liberty
Henry M. Robert

№41, (1999)

02.11.1999 - 00:00

are almost 5000 Odesa residents due to current government’s economic policy

By efforts of 260 enterprises and organizations in this oblast center, a homeless shelter was opened at the Saint Archangel Michael Convent, providing a roof for up to fifty persons of advanced age,...
02.11.1999 - 00:00

Matra: Complicated Yet Fully Practical Contract

Below The Day interviews Anatoly DOROVSKYKH, official representative of Matra Nortel Communications, about the possibility of setting up a mobile confidential communication system in Ukraine. The...
02.11.1999 - 00:00

What Falsification? Look at the Billboard!...

When counting the votes at the night the Central Election Committee displayed a packed house. The electorate’s choice was getting clear: Kuchma-Symonenko-Vitrenko (plus Moroz after 7 a.m.). Some took...
02.11.1999 - 00:00

International Support of Kuchma Threatens Democracy in Ukraine

The presidential campaign in Ukraine is commonly regarded as not just another phase in the democratic process underway in one of Europe’s largest states, but also answers to a number of questions...
02.11.1999 - 00:00

All’s Well That Ends Well

After an unexpected victory in Kyiv, the champion of Slovenia lost its remaining three Champions League matches with a total score of 0:10. This point, plus the week- old optimistic result in the...
02.11.1999 - 00:00

Military Church to be Built Near Kyiv

On the initiative of the Defense Ministry and State Committee for Family and Youth Affairs, it was decided to revive the tradition of churches for the military, starting at this institution of...
02.11.1999 - 00:00

American jazz hits the Kyiv scene

Not so long ago, Oleksiy Kohan at the Dynamo Luxe Club introduced Kyiv jazz devotees to a guest star, Los Angeles trumpeter and flugelhornist Tony Guerrero, author of four solo and a number of joint...
02.11.1999 - 00:00

Ukraine occupies a “worthy” place among the world’ s most corrupt countries

Ukraine is ranked with the world’s 25 most corrupt polities. On October 26 in Washington an independent organization, Transparency International, published a list of 99 countries, ranging from the...
02.11.1999 - 00:00

Ukraine’s Top Banker Urges Optimism

Despite the sharp drop of the hryvnia cash exchange rate (averaging UAH 4.82 to the dollar in Kyiv on October 28) and slow but sure decline on the Interbank Monetary Market (down 1% since the start...
02.11.1999 - 00:00

Election Without a Choice

Vox populi has spoken, and I cannot pretend that I like what it had to say. The ballots are still being counted (nothing happens fast here), but it looks like the people will have the choice between...
02.11.1999 - 00:00

The Nuclear Beast Reborn

Rejection by the US Senate of the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty was a torpedo aimed at the fragile global nuclear arms control regime built in the final decades of the Cold War. It comes...
02.11.1999 - 00:00

Shevchenko Teaches Italians How to Score

Kyivan Andriy Shevchenko, playing for the Italian club of Milan, continues to win kudos. In the latest round he scored a goal against Inter, Milan’s neighbor in the fixture list, contributing to his...
02.11.1999 - 00:00

Kyiv at Last Shows Its Teeth

After three consecutive losses in Korac Cup group tournament at the hands of Russian Locomotive, Finnish Namik, and Lithuanian Alit, Kyiv basketball players finally pleased their supporters in a home...
02.11.1999 - 00:00

One of the Hundred Most Valuable Places of Interest in the World is Located in Kamyanets-Podilsky

Zamkovy Mist (castle bridge) in the old town of Kamyanets-Podilsky has been recognized one of the most valuable hundred places of interest in the world. “In the list of UNESCO, which passed this good...
02.11.1999 - 00:00

Ukraine-Pakistan Tank Final or Prelude?

On October 27, Ukraine shipped from Mykolayiv to the Pakistani port of Karachi the last batch of a 320 tanks, which it has supplied to that country over the past three years. The military coup in...

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