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  Tymoshenko named acting PM  President Yushchenko has named radical ally Yulia Tymoshenko acting prime minister. Zinchenko named as state secretary Ukraine contests state sell-offs  The prosecutor-general's office will contest the privatization of 3,000 former state enterprises Ex-minister 'kills self'
  Kuchma accepts PM's resignation  The outgoing President, Leonid Kuchma, has formally accepted the resignation of Prime Minister Yanukovych   Yuschenko named president  Supreme Court has confirmed Viktor Yushchenko as winner of the disputed presidential poll   Yushchenko takes presidential oath

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  Viktor Yushchenko is placing his hand on a copy of the constitution and a Bible in the Ukraine parliament

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  Former interior minister has been found dead on the day he was to be questioned about the killing of a journalist

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  President has sacked his entire 7-month-old government amid political squabbling among its members
    Putin calls for calm over Ukraine  Russian President: The collapse of Yushchenko's coalition government is no cause for alarm Sep.20   Parliament no to PM choice  The parliament has rejected the candidacy of acting Prime Minister Yuriy Yekhanurov

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Oct.24   Mittal wins steel auction  The Kryvorizhstal, Ukraine's largest steel mill, has been bought for $4.8bn after an earlier sale was annulled

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Nov.9   Vitali Klitschko retires  Facing a 6-month recovery WBC heavyweight champ says knee injury too severe Nov.23     Shevchenko hits four in Milan rout  Andriy Shevchenko leads AC Milan to a crushing 4-0 win over Fenerbahce in their Group E match

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Dec.3     Ukraine takes bird flu measures   A state of emergency has been declared in the Crimea peninsula to halt the country's first outbreak of bird flu Dec.7     Rice clarifies U.S. interrogation methods
  Secretary of State is saying no U.S. personnel may use cruel or degrading practices at home or abroad Dec.27     Ukrainian, Bulgarian troops left Iraq
  Poland would reduce troop levels in March, from nearly 1,500 to 900
Dec.28     US to deport alleged Nazi guard
  85-year-old John Demjanjuk accused of having been a guard at a Nazi death camp Dec.30     Russia says gas cut won't hit EU
  Gazprom has renewed a threat to cut off supplies to Ukraine, but says it will not hit deliveries to western Europe Dec.31   Russia offers delay on gas hike
  Putin has offered to delay a price hike for Ukraine by 3 months in a compromise to end a bitter dispute
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