Euroasian Jewish News
Ukrainian historian Maxim Hon has penned the story of Rivne’s Jews, adding to a greater understanding of the country’s historic ethnic mosaic.
Georgian Prime Minister Mamuka Bakhtadze has sent warm wishes to the Jewish community of Georgia on Chanukah today.
Public menorah will be lit in Mariupol, industrial port on Sea of Azov.
On November 27, the David Baazov Museum of History of the Jews of Georgia and Georgian-Jewish Relations in Tbilisi opened exhibition named Fragments from the History of Lithuanian Jews.
In Russia, a rabbi is expected to be like the country: conservative, respectable and traditional.
Deep in the dark and cold winter of the FSU, the lights of Chanukah will begin to shine on Sunday evening, December 2.
Residents of Kalush, one-third of whose population were Jews prior to WWII, take off work and school to give a piece of their shared history a much-needed facelift.
Founded by a band of liberated Jewish Cantonist soldiers in 1818, this small Siberian community has donated to communal causes worldwide — and been threatened with expulsion.
Hundreds of Jewish youth leaders gather in Kyiv for the fifth annual Active Jewish Teens conference.
The new ‘Ohel Chesed’ and Esther’s Cafe in Moscow might be the world’s most interesting “Gemach” – lending organization.
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