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Downing of Airliner in Ukraine Brings Renewed Focus on Plight of Residents
Former Soviet Union
While many have fled, others remain; all have become victims of shelling and chaos in eastern Ukraine
Jewish Mayor of Kharkhov Plans to Return Home Next Week
Former Soviet Union
Recovering in Israel after being shot in April, Gennady Kernes is eager to get back to Ukraine
Jews Pray for Safety and Aid as Military Action Increases in Eastern Ukraine
Former Soviet Union
Situation grows dire, economically and physically, as emissaries weigh new realities
Banding Together at Lag BaOmer Festivities in Kharkov, Ukraine
Former Soviet Union
It was a show of unity and pride in the backdrop of months of political uncertainty
Kharkov Mayor Works From Israel Hospital Bed While Continuing Slow Recovery
Former Soviet Union
Chabad Rabbi of Kharkov says Gennady Kernes thanks those praying for and assisting in his recovery
Turbulence in Odessa Leaves Dozens Dead; Jewish Community Stays Put
Former Soviet Union
Chabad rabbi sees no anti-Semitism and denies reports of plans to evacuate the city
Kharkov Mayor Wakes, Speaks and Begins Recovery at Israeli Hospital
Former Soviet Union
His condition is serious but stable, while situation in his home city remains tenuous
Critically Injured Kharkov Mayor Airlifted to Israel for Emergency Treatment
Former Soviet Union
Gennady Kernes suffered severe damage to internal organs in an assassination attempt.
Community Prays After Jewish Mayor of Kharkov is Shot
Former Soviet Union
Gennady Kernes, mayor of Ukraine’s second largest city, is in critical condition following surgery after being shot in back by unknown assailants
In Dnepropetrovsk, a Stylish Passover Despite Ukraine's Rumblings
Former Soviet Union
Visitors to the city, the ones not too skittish to come, experienced a quiet and spiritual holiday with residents
Early-Morning Firebombs Strike Synagogue in Southern Ukraine
Former Soviet Union
No one was hurt and minor damage ensued, but nerves were rattled nonetheless
Despite Intimidation and Vandalism, Jews in Ukraine Stay Calm
Former Soviet Union
Fliers demanding that Jewish citizens register deemed a hoax, yet the atmosphere proves unsettling
Israel Breaks the Sound Barrier for a Group of Deaf Russian Tourists
Former Soviet Union
It was as much about the people they met as it was of the places they explored
In Kharkov, Ukraine, Purim Offers a Day of ‘Clowning Around’
Former Soviet Union
A bit of a respite as thousands celebrate the Jewish holiday and circus theme
Purim Mitzvah of Gifts to the Needy to Assist Jews of Ukraine
Former Soviet Union
As the holiday arrives, a way to offer financial relief to Jews in the embattled nation.
Former Soviet Union
Matching grant to help Jewish communities in beleaguered nation.
Former Soviet Union
None are hurt and light damage to property, but concerns heightened in a volatile region
Former Soviet Union
Young couple is glad to be where they are needed as many have come for help during crisis
Israeli Athletes Receive Historic Welcome by Russian Jewish Community
Former Soviet Union
Supporting the delegation in Sochi at a reception laden with pride, joy and tears
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