5 January 2001 On 28 November 2000, Ukrainian Socialist Party leader Oleksandr Moroz presented an audio tape to parliament that allegedly linked Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma, Interior Minister Yuri Kravchenko, and presidential administration head Volodymyr Lytvyn to the mid-September disappearance of opposition journalist Georgy Gongadze. In late December, a decapitated body believed to be Gongadze’s […]

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