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The 2004 poisoning of Ukrainian presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko and the 2006 polonium attack on Alexander Litvinenko in London went largely unheeded. The Russian cyberattack on Estonia in 2007 was a major wakeup call that hinted at hybrid hostilities to come, but Western leaders preferred ...
The former Ukrainian president Viktor Yushchenko has urged Europe to unite and wake up to Russia's "medieval policy," following the Salisbury poisoning scandal. Mr Yushchenko, still visibly scarred from facial welts that developed after a poison attack almost killed him in 2004, in a rare interview recalled ...

Former Ukrainian president Viktor Yushchenko has slammed Russia's 'medieval policies' while describing the horrifying effects of his 2004 poisoning. Yushchenko was poisoned when running against Russian candidate Viktor Yanukovych in a 2004 election. His opponent went on to win the election after ...
Former Ukrainian president Viktor Yushchenko has slammed Russia's 'medieval policies' while describing the horrifying effects of his 2004 poisoning. Yushchenko was poisoned when running against Russian candidate Viktor Yanukovych in a 2004 election. His opponent went on to win the election after ...
Former Ukrainian president Viktor Yushchenko has slammed Russia's 'medieval policies' while describing the horrifying effects of his 2004 poisoning. Yushchenko was poisoned when running against Russia-backed candidate Viktor Yanukovych in a 2004 election. His opponent went on to win the election ...
Yanukovych opposed the pro-Ukrainian independence faction led by Viktor Yushchenko, who knocked him out of power briefly with the help of a U.S.-supported democracy movement. He regained power in 2010, and Kilimnik later said it was due in part to the assistance of Manafort, whom he praised as ...

Interior Minister Arsen Avakov faces numerous accusations of corruption and other crimes, which he denies. However, he has kept his job and faced no charges since his appointment in February 2014, given that he is arguably the second most powerful person in the country after President Petro ...
The Hungarian government, in a bid to re-elect Prime Minister Viktor Orban, has dug up familiar anti-Semitic tropes for a statewide campaign attacking the philanthropist and businessman George Soros, one of Eastern Europe's favorite boogeymen. Likewise, in 2010 Viktor Yushchenko, president of Ukraine ...
These two pictures show: Ukrainian opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko in Kiev on (left) July 6, 2004, and (right) Dec. 10, 2004. “There is no doubt about the fact that the disease has been caused by a case of poisoning by dioxin,” said Michael Zimpfer, the medical chief of Vienna's Rudolfinerhaus clinic ...
... to do the same in Mongolia; gave nearly $1 million to Venezuelan rightists who went on to mount a short-lived putsch against populist leader Hugo Chavez in 2002; and then funded anti-Russian presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko in Ukraine in 2005, and the later anti-Russian coup there in 2014.
In September 2004, Ukrainian Viktor Yushchenko, opposition candidate, hero of Orange Revolution in Ukraine, is severely ill in full campaign for presidential election that opposes Moscow's favorite candidate, Viktor Yanukovich. Austrian doctors identify dioxin poisoning three months later. Yushchenko is ...
Viktor Yushchenko, then a Ukrainian opposition leader, was poisoned during the campaign for the 2004 presidential election in which he stood on a pro-western ticket against the current Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovich. He was poisoned with 1,000 times more dioxin than is normally present in the human ...
Poisons are becoming the Kremlin's weapon of choice, according to an MP who conducts academic research on Russian warfare. Bob Seely, 51, a member of the Commons foreign affairs committee who lived for four years in the former Soviet Union, said that there was evidence that the Russians were ...
The monument to the killed Ukrainians in Pawlokoma was opened on May 13, 2006, in the presence of the then President of Ukraine Viktor Yushchenko and his Polish counterpart Lech Kaczynski. Tags: Poland Polish Armia Krajowa Ukraine · Share Tweet Pocket Add to Bookmarks. Advertisement.
The politicians include former government leaders Romano Prodi of Italy, Alfred Gusenbauer of Austria, Aleksander Kwasniewski of Poland and Viktor Yushchenko of Ukraine. Prodi, Gusenbauer and Kwasniewski have all denied being paid to lobby on behalf of Yanukovych. Meanwhile, former Irish MEP ...
At least four leaders – former Italian Prime Minister Romano Prodi, former Austrian Chancellor Alfred Gusenbauer, former Polish President Aleksander Kwasniewski and former Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko – were named last year in public filings by the two lobbying firms. The firms said the ...
That image was particularly tarnished after Yanukovych was accused of poisoning his political rival, Viktor Yushchenko, in an apparent assassination attempt during the 2004 Ukrainian election. Yushchenko survived and won that election, but required extensive medical treatment for facial disfigurement ...

European cycles, in turn, include the de-Stalinisation period, the time of the first three presidents of independent Ukraine (Leonid Kravchuk, Leonid Kuchma, Viktor Yushchenko) and the turn of 2014, which brought to power Petro Poroshenko. Using this approach, Kuzio analyses the most important areas of ...
Two pictures show: (L) ex-Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko in July 2004 and (R) in December of the same year. Yushchenko was the victim of dioxin poisoning, according to his doctor in Vienna. Yushchenko has no doubts it was Moscow to poison him. He's also sure that Russia poisoned former ...
Today, NATO became the latest organisation to take action, axing seven diplomats and blocking the appointment of another three. Ex-Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko, who himself was poisoned during a 2004 election campaign, welcomed the international response. But he also warned Russian ...
Viktor Yushchenko would go on to be president of Ukraine but in September 2004, he was engaged in a bruising election campaign battle against pro-Moscow candidate Viktor Yanukovich when he fell seriously ill. Months of tests in an Austrian clinic determined that he had ingested a massive amount of ...
In August 2009, Russian President Dmitry Medvedev sent an open letter to his Ukrainian counterpart, President Viktor Yushchenko, outlining a host of demands to change Ukrainian domestic and foreign policies. One can now hear similar demands coming from officials in Poland. Such a situation forces a ...
“The main problem facing Azerbaijan today is the Armenia-Azerbaijan Nagorno-Karabakh conflict. I do hope that this problem will soon be solved fairly,” Viktor Yushchenko, former President of Ukraine, has told AZERTAC in an exclusive interview. Yushchenko said that Nagorno-Karabakh conflict should be ...
1999 - Oil slicks from the sunken tanker Erika spread along the west coast of France. 2004 - Opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko wins Ukraine's presidency after a historic and wrenching election. 2007 - Benazir Bhutto is assassinated in a bomb blast in Rawalpindi, Pakistan. 2009 - UAE signs agreement ...
Holodomor memorialization was a signature achievement of the administration of then-President Viktor Yushchenko, who promised to move Ukraine away from Russian influence and toward Europe and the United States. Part of this project was the establishment of a specifically Ukrainian history, one that ...
In 2010-2012, he was Deputy Prime Minister, minister of social policy in the government of Nikolai Azarov. In 2002-2004, he headed the National Bank of Ukraine. In 1999-2000, Tigipko was minister of economy in the government of Viktor Yushchenko. In 1997-1999, he served as deputy prime minister in ...
2004 - Doctors say Ukrainian presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko was poisoned with dioxin which may have been put in the opposition leader's soup, producing severe disfigurement and partial paralysis of his face. 2008 - Former Nasdaq stock market chairman Bernard L Madoff is arrested on a ...
2004 Ukrainian presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko is poisoned with dioxin. 2005 Explosions at one of Britain's largest oil depots jolted an area north of London. 2006 Prince Turki Faisal, Saudi Ambassador to the US, resigns from his post. 2007 North and South Korea begin a regular train service for ...
Yanukovych was defeated in the second vote and the pro-western Viktor Yushchenko became president. But Yanukovych remained a fixture of Ukraine's politics, becoming prime minister again from 2006 to 2007 and then going on to win the 2010 presidential election. Although international observers ...
KIEV, October 27. /TASS/. Former Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko has made it clear that he still has presidential ambition. "It will be immodest of me to say that I still strongly believe that Ukraine needs a political course developed by President Yushchenko. In the widest sense of the word," he wrote ...
KIEV, October 27. /TASS/. Former Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko has made it clear that he still has presidential ambition. "It will be ...
Poland's Institute of National Remembrance (IPN) has slammed parallels drawn by former Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko between ...
... after the square where the events took place: the Orange Revolution in 2004-2005, which helped bring to power Viktor Yushchenko, a pro-Western president, ...
Tymoshenko was one of the key politicians during the 2004 Orange Revolution that brought Viktor Yushchenko to power. Following the ...
September 2004 - Opposition candidate Viktor Yushchenko develops a mysterious illness which leaves his face pock-marked. Medical tests ...
Deputies of Ukraine's parliament going at it before the annual speech by then Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko in February 2006.
Russian assassination attempts were made against Ukrainian opposition candidate Viktor Yushchenko and FSB defector Alexander Litvnenko ...
... and Ukrainian Presidents Mikhail Saakashvili and Viktor Yushchenko, respectively. At the time, these leaders were considered “revolutionary ...
2006: Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko says that he is nominating his former Orange Revolution foe, Viktor Yanukovych, to become ...
... ill-fated 1994 Budapest Memorandum was signed or serving during the 2004 Orange Revolution, which brought Viktor Yushchenko to power, ...
Ukrainian former president, Viktor Yushchenko, announced that his country intends to expand economic ties with Iran, for which a Ukrainian ...
During the last three years of President Viktor Yushchenko's term, from 2008 to 2010, relations were tense following Russia's invasion of the ...
Ukraine got rid of President Viktor Yanukovych, [who took office after a rigged election, and lost the seat] to Viktor Yushchenko, [who received the majority vote]. But the Orange Revolution was partly orchestrated by political parties. There were a ...
Kateryna Yushchenko, the wife of the former Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko, has emphasized the importance of the 5th Global Baku Forum as she was interviewed by AZERTAC.
Instead, his crimes inspired the 2004 Orange Revolution, which led to the election results being annulled and Viktor Yushchenko getting elected in a re-vote on Dec. 26, 2004. Manafort and a coterie of political consultants who don't care where they get ...
In 2006, Russian-spy-turned-Kremlin-critic Alexander Litvinenko drank tea laced with polonium-210. Two years earlier the Ukrainian politician Viktor Yushchenko had somehow ingested dioxin. He survived but was disfigured. But what would the motive be in ...
... Ukraine, Andrew Robinson] began to organize secret monthly meetings of western ambassadors, presiding over what he called 'donor coordination' sessions among 20 countries interested in seeing Mr. [presidential candidate Viktor] Yushchenko succeed.
Contrary to the Orange Revolution that didn't provide the expected results with the election of Viktor Yushchenko, Dubovyk believes this time Ukrainians are much more engaged in the political life of the country.
Whether we are talking about the attempted assassination of Viktor Yushchenko or the successful assassination of Alexander Litvinenko, such acts become news fodder very quickly.
"to organize secret monthly meetings of western ambassadors, presiding over what he called 'donor coordination' sessions among 20 countries interested in seeing [presidential candidate Viktor] Yushchenko succeed. Eventually, he acted as the group's ...


 

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