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Poison threat from train Map of Lviv Ukraine  Several villages are at risk from a giant cloud that formed after a train carrying a toxic chemical caught fire and derailed Fraud fear for elections  Opposition leader Tymoshenko believes that the early parliamentary ballot due to be held in September will be rigged   Rivals seek poll victory   Polls have opened in parliamentary election, the latest battle between President Yushchenko and PM Yanukovych   'No clear winner' in vote  The polls show that parties backing President Yushchenko have a narrow lead over the bloc supporting the Prime Minister Yanukovych Strong showing for pro-West bloc
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  President and PM in tense stand-off  PM Yanukovych has called the president's decision to dissolve parliament a 'fatal mistake'   Poland, Ukraine win Euro 2012 vote  UEFA president Michel Platini: Poland and Ukraine have been chosen to stage the 2012 European Championships   President and PM agree early poll  Yushchenko and Yanukovych have agreed to hold early parliamentary elections to end weeks of political deadlock Gas pipeline hit by blast  A blast has destroyed a section of one of the main gas pipelines exporting Russian gas to Europe   Leaders spar over troops  Prime minister Yanukovych has denounced an attempt by President Yushchenko, to seize control of the country's interior ministry troops   Yushchenko orders troops to Kiev  Ukrainian President has ordered several thousand interior ministry troops to head to the capital amid a political crisis   Crisis calmed: election to hold on Sept. 30
Rivals mass in capital  A power struggle inside the government has brought thousands of demonstrators out on to the streets in Kiev   President Yushchenko calls early poll


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  The President has dissolved parliament and called a snap election, in an escalation of the political crisis.    Lawmakers in parliament ...
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  President and prime minister agreed to hold an early parliamentary election, defusing a months-long political crisis.    The announcement followed more than 12 hours of talks between President Vikt...


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  Orange Revolution allies made a strong showing in parliamentary elections and poised to win a majority that could unseat the prime minister.    Yanukovych took 35.5% of the vote, with Tymoshenko's bloc ...


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Nov.11   Five ships sink in storms; 23 missing
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  At least 2 sailors died and 23 were missing when 5 ships sank in storms in the Black Sea and the Azov Sea
 The strong winds and high surf caused the Volgoneft-139 to split, spilling up 560,000 (1,000 tons) gallons of fuel oil. The weather was hampering efforts to control the spill in the Kerch Strait that separates the Black Sea from the Sea of Azov
Nov.12   Death toll rises in oil disaster
Map of Kerch Strait Russia  Russia and Ukraine launched a rescue and cleanup operation in the Black Sea after fatal storms sank 5 ships, including an oil tanker. 20 sailors missing Nov.18   63 killed after coal mine blast Map of Donetsk Ukraine
  A methane blast has ripped through a mine in eastern Ukraine, killing more than 30 miners and leaving about 50 others missing
 The explosion occurred at the Zasyadka mine in the Donetsk region at a depth of more than 1,000 meters. The blast, caused by a build-up of methane gas
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