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February 6, 2002
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A house for Jewish elderly opened in Ukraine. Some 15 people are currently living in the house, which has a capacity of 100, in the city of Dnepropetrovsk. The local Jewish community and the Global Jewish Assistance Project funded the house, which contains rooms for medical care, a synagogue, a library and a canteen.

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