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  • Sharansky: Jewish Agency will resume work in Odessa

    The Jewish Agency will resume its work in Odessa, Natan Sharansky announced.

  • Ukraine’s first lady honors righteous gentiles

    Ukraine’s first lady attended a ceremony in Kiev to honor righteous gentiles who rescued Jews from the Nazis.

  • Book documents Holocaust in FSU

    A new encyclopedia documents the history of the Holocaust in the former Soviet Union.

  • Holocaust monument erected in Dnepropetrovsk

    A monument to Holocaust victims was erected in the eastern Ukrainian city of Dnepropetrovsk.

  • New Babi Yar monument unveiled

    A monument to the victims of Babi Yar based on a book about German-occupied Kiev during World War II was unveiled.

  • Ukrainian Jews mark Babi Yar

    Ukrainian Jews held two separate ceremonies in Kiev to remember the Jewish victims of the Babi Yar massacre.

  • Book recalls Ukraine’s Balta ghetto

    A new book relates the recollections of former prisoners of Ukraine’s Balta ghetto.

  • Rabbi: Don’t restrict Uman residents

    The Rabbi Nachman Charitable Foundation has asked Ukrainian law enforcement not to place restrictions on Uman residents during the High Holidays.

  • Central Ukrainian synagogue vandalized

    Two unidentified vandals threw red paint on the walls and windows of a synagogue in a central Ukrainian city.

  • Kiev plans hotel at Babi Yar site

    The Kiev municipality’s decision to build a hotel on the site of the Babi Yar massacre memorial has alarmed Ukraine’s Jewish community.