Euroasian Jewish News
If you get to Kaliningrad, Russia — formerly Königsberg, East Prussia — you can now follow a Jewish heritage itinerary in the city.
A new educational center was opened this year by the Jewish community of Mariupol, East Ukraine to serve the needs of the city’s Jewish children.
Anti-Semitic graffiti was found on Oct. 12 on a Lithuanian project depicting Jewish life before World War II in the capital of Vilnius.
Jewish Odessa making a difference with orphans that will last a lifetime.
Jewish community of Irkutsk, Russia came together for a moment of “historical justice” as the locals called it, at the opening of a monument on the Jewish part of a destroyed city cemetery last week.
Issachar’s mother Yafa arrived at the prison Tuesday morning but was told that a visit to Naama last week by the Israeli consul had come at the expense of a visit by her mother.
Ukraine will open an innovation office in Jerusalem, which, together with the Embassy in Tel Aviv, will help new industries in the two countries find partners.
Backpacker imprisoned for 7.5 years for smuggling some 10 grams of marijuana reportedly says she is being well treated; family says interview appears staged.
An effigy of a Ukrainian-Jewish billionaire covered in red paint was placed at the entrance to a synagogue in Kyiv.
President of Ukraine honored the memory of the victims of the Babyn Yar massacre in Kyiv.
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