As the government cracks down on Holocaust remembrance, the country’s Jewish art scene is thriving like never before.
The Russian Defense Ministry slammed Israel on Feb. 7 for what it considered a provocation in the skies over Syria.
Just days after Russia released Israeli prisoner Naama Issachar, the nature of the relations between Israel and Russia have been brought to the forefront, prompting a discussion on what really motivates each side of the relationship.
Ukraine could well have been lost among the four dozen countries at the global forum in Jerusalem dedicated to the 75th anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz death camp.
A new museum is to be built at the site of the Babi Yar massacre in Ukraine, where during two days some 34,000 Jews were murdered by German forces in 1941.
Tens of thousands of Ukrainians have fled their war-torn country for Israel. Those who remain are struggling to rebuild their shattered communities
Russian president’s assertion that 40% of the Jews who died in the Holocaust were citizens of Soviet Union ‘ridiculous,’ and part of ongoing dispute with Poland over WWII history
For four days, we delved into the lives and cultures of the Eastern European teen Jewish community.
‘Ukraine and Israel are very close, both historically and in terms of mentality’
Ahead of this week’s visit to Israel, comedian who became a corruption-battling president discusses everything from Babi Yar, the Holocaust and the Holodomor, to Putin… and Trump.
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