Euroasian Jewish News
Travelers held for hours by Russian authorities, reportedly have DNA samples taken.
Kremlin spokesman says US proposal ‘not in compliance’ with UN Security Council resolutions.
Every New Year heralds hope for meaningful change. Some hopes are ephemeral, and others enduring, the result of years of planning or a simple leap of faith.
Kremlin announces release of Naama Issachar shortly before Netanyahu travels to Moscow; mother: ‘Right now all I want is to hug my daughter Naama’.
Qatar’s Ambassador to Russia Fahad bin Muhammad al-Atay met this morning with Chief Rabbi of Russia, Rabbi Berel Lazar in his offices at the Marina Roshcha Center in central Moscow.
A monument now marks a mass grave of Ukrainian Jews murdered during the Holocaust.
Gitanas Nauseda cancels participation in Holocaust Forum in Jerusalem, with source saying it is because Polish president wasn’t allowed to speak while Putin was.
Russia’s defense ministry accuses Armia Krayova of ‘destroying Jews’ in Warsaw, amid feud with Poland over war’s history.
A Jewish organization in Ukraine said that the number of anti-Semitic incidents documented there last year decreased by 27 percent over 2018.
A new Torah Scroll celebration took place in Bobruisk, Belarus for the first time in almost a hundred years on Sunday.
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