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November 28, 2004

Ukraine News Sources

It's been amazing to see the outpouring of interest in and support for Ukraine and her people. The big daddies are keeping it in front of their readers on a daily basis--especially Instapundit, but also Andrew Sullivan, NRO's The Corner, PowerLineBlog and Hugh Hewitt.


Over at LoboWalk, Daniel's Ukraininan wife Anna has started translating news stories into English. Hooray!


The following are some helpful links, but is in no way an exhaustive list.

UkrBlogs, in and out of Kyiv:
Hubby, at Le Sabot
Neeka's Backlog
Foreign Notes
obdymok
Orange Ukraine
Ukraine, Oh My!
LoboWalk
The Argus
Fistful of Euros
Daniel Drezner
The Periscope
SCSU Scholars
A Step at a Time
EuroPhobia


UkrNews in English:
Kyiv Post high integrity
PORA News
Maidan News
Ukraine Now
Ukraine Observer
ObozRevaTel
Mirror Weekly
Google News - Ukraine
EinNews - Ukraine
Hotline News

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This is what the Blogoshphere is really about. Spread the information far and wide. All bloggers and commenters post post post, swarm the media outlets newsrooms and email!!!

Freedom for Ukraine!!!

Posted by: Rick Zahn at November 28, 2004 11:15 PM

Here is a report from Philadelphia...Yesterday, hundreds of Ukrainians gathered in front of Independence Hall in Philadelphia, where the American Declaration of Independence was born back in 1776. Almost all were wearing orange in support of Yushchenko, and many were former political refugees. In the Sunday newspaper today, a story about this meeting reported on this. Democracy for Ukraine!

Posted by: Mad Minerva at November 29, 2004 12:05 AM

There's this guy with a weird web address: postmodernclog.com. I hear he's blogging it too.

Have you heard of him?

:o)

Posted by: mike at November 29, 2004 01:43 AM

Thanks for the roundup!

On a technical note, your link to Neeka's Backlog doesn't work.

Posted by: a guy in pajamas at November 29, 2004 01:44 AM

Ricks so right. Im getting so much more on this through the blogosphere.

Hang in there.

Posted by: Christopher Price at November 29, 2004 01:05 PM

Ahhhh. . . that's the problem. Didn't html things properly and Neeka's and Hubby's ran together. . .

You didn't really think I'd forget Hubby, did you, Mike? *grin*

Posted by: TulipGirl at November 29, 2004 06:18 PM

You can also link to us, and we've got a long list of blogs covering Ukraine, at http://ukrainiandemocracy.serenatamusic.com/

(I also posted a link to our photo section in the comments for the post on photos of the event.


Daniel

Posted by: Daniel at November 30, 2004 03:44 AM

there's some commentary on ukraine at

regionsofmind.blog-city.com

that some might find interesting.

Posted by: WRY at November 30, 2004 05:20 PM

TulipGirl:
We are now mirroring your feed in our Ukraine section. We would welcome posts from bloggers intersted in the developing situation in Ukraine.

Posted by: editor@worldnewsproject.org at December 1, 2004 10:57 PM

Here is a report from Philadelphia...Yesterday, hundreds of Ukrainians gathered in front of Independence Hall in Philadelphia, where the American Declaration of Independence was born back in 1776. Almost all were wearing orange in support of Yushchenko, and many were former political refugees. In the Sunday newspaper today, a story about this meeting reported on this. Democracy for Ukraine!

Posted by: Robin Smith at December 17, 2004 06:26 AM


 
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