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Gongadze, Heorhiĭ, 1969-2000

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    • us: Ґонґадзе, Георгій, 1969-2000
    • us: Gongadze, Georgiĭ, 1969-2000
    • us: Ġonġaże, Giorgi, 1969-2000
    • us: Honhadze, Heorhyi, 1969-2000
    • us: Honhadze, Heorhiy, 1969-2000
    • us: Gongadze, Georgy, 1969-2000
    • us: Gongadze, George, 1969-2000
    • us: Gongadze, Heorhiy, 1969-2000
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    • Honhadze, Heorhiĭ, 1969-2000
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    • found: Chobit, Dmytro. Chas pidloï vlady, abo, Chy i͡e "Sprava Honhadze" spravoi͡u Kuchmy?, 2001:t.p. (Honhadze) p. 3 (journalist Heorhii͡a Honhadze) p. 9 (b. 21 May 1969 in Tbilisi)
    • found: Brama, 11-14-01.Ukrainian Community Press Releases (Heorhyi Honhadze)
    • found: Radio Free Europe, July, 2001(Heorhiy Honhadze, who had been a persistent critic of the Ukrainian political elite, including President Leonid Kuchma, disappeared last September [2000] in Ukraine, and a headless corpse, subsequently identified as Honhadze's, was found a few weeks later)
    • found: National Union of Journalists, home page(31-year-old journalist Georgy Gongadze)
    • found: Ukraine today, Dec. 4, 2000(Oleksandr Moroz, leader of Ukraine's Socialist Party, said in parliament on November 28 that Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma, as well as Volodymyr Lytvyn, head of presidential administration, and Yuriy Kravchenko, the Minister of Internal Affairs, were personally involved in the disappearance of George Gongadze, editor-in-chief of the Ukrainian Truth, an internet newspaper)
    • found: U.S. Dept. of State. Country reports on human rights practices (Heorhiy Gongadze)
    • found: Radio Free Europe, (Heorhiy Gongadze; young investigative journalist who was kidnapped and killed by his captors near Kyiv)
    • found: New York Times, March 20, (Georgy Gongadze)
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    • 2001-11-14: new
    • 2016-08-24: revised
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