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Jewish history and Holocaust studies scholar murdered in Ukraine

In addition to writing the definitive work on the Holocaust in the Nikolayev region, Vladimir Shchukin also authored research papers on the Jewish presence in Ukraine more broadly.

By CNAAN LIPHSHIZ/JTA
27/05/2021
The Sarona Food Market in Tel Aviv

A Galician adventure in Lviv and Boston's record-breaking Judaica

The Jerusalem Post Podcast - Travel Edition, Episode 7 with Mark Gordon and David Harris

A neo Nazi attends a rally in Budapest October 23, 2009

Hundreds in Ukraine attend marches celebrating Nazi SS soldiers

President Vlodymyr Zelensky, who is Jewish, condemned the embroidery marches, which had been conducted legally.

By CNAAN LIPHSHIZ/JTA
04/05/2021

35 year anniversary of Chernobyl disaster, world's worst nuclear accident

In 2016, the UN General Assembly designated April 26 as International Chernobyl Disaster Remembrance Day, recalling the long-term consequences of the disaster that continue to this day.

26/04/2021

Russia's Putin and US President Joe Biden may meet in June - report

Earlier this month, Biden called on Putin to reduce tensions stirred by a Russian military build-up on Ukraine's border and proposed a summit to tackle a raft of disputes.

By REUTERS
25/04/2021

Rare ‘fortress synagogue’ to return to Jewish ownership in Lutsk, Ukraine

The former synagogue is in poor condition, requiring millions of dollars to be renovated.

By CNAAN LIPHSHIZ/JTA
23/04/2021

Russian military build-up numbers more than 100,000 troops, EU says

Russia has temporarily restricted the movement of foreign warships and what it called "other state ships" near Crimea.

By REUTERS
20/04/2021
THE RUSSIAN Navy’s landing ship ‘Caesar Kunikov’ sails in the Bosphorus near Istanbul.

Russia beefs up warship presence in Black Sea as Ukraine tensions simmer

The reinforcement coincides with a huge build-up of Russian troops near Ukraine.

By REUTERS
17/04/2021

Russian security service briefly detains Ukrainian diplomat

Ukraine's foreign ministry said Sosoniuk was held for several hours, but was now back at the country's consulate in St Petersburg.

By REUTERS
17/04/2021
A Turkish flag, with the New and the Suleymaniye mosques in the background

Turkey supports Ukraine, NATO solidarity at Russia’s expense - analysts

Ankara has been strengthening ties with Moscow for years but said it would side with the West in Ukraine conflict.

By KRISTINA JOVANOVSKI/ THE MEDIA LINE
15/04/2021
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