Euroasian Jewish News
President of the Jewish Confederation of Ukraine emphasized that up to 300,000 people, most of whom were Jews, had been executed in the Pisky area between 1941 and 1943
Ukrainian President establishes commission to fight corruption and promote Jewish life and international investment.
A rabbi in Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania, is opening there what he says is the city’s first yeshiva, or Jewish religious seminary, since World War II.
Three Holocaust memorials have been desecrated over the last few weeks.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has said that Israel is a Russian-speaking state and that the two countries share a common history and extensive family ties.
The new Tallinn synagogue, first one after the Holocaust, established in Estonia on this date in 2005.
The sense that Russia is growing increasingly illiberal is helping drive a surge of emigration by Jews there to Israel in the past four years.
Seventy-eight years after Nazis threw out Jews from Hekdesh Shul, the Jewish community buys building back.
The Petersburg Grand Choral Synagogue participated in the city-wide commemoration of the Siege of Leningrad and the thousands of lives it has taken last week, among them many Jewish ones.
Rabbi Yisrael Melamed led a celebration opening a magnificent new Mikvah and the inauguration of a historic synagogue in the city of Astrakhan in southern Russia.
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