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  1. Civic obligation' to defend Ukraine, says hassidRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 17 | Jerusalem Post

    Asher Joseph Cherkassky being called 'hero and a symbol of the resistance' By SAM SOKOL Aside from his long gray beard, the soldier pictured in front of a tank, holding a Kalashnikov assault rifle and wearing heavy camouflage body armor appears indistinguishable from any of his compatriots. This soldier, however, is unlike any other currently serving in the Ukrainian military.


  2. En route to Lugansk, lies, bribes and high fivesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 16 | The Jewish Journal

    A guard outside the home of Rabbi Shalom Gopin, Chabad's emissary in Lugansk who fled the flighting and is now in Israel. In the backseat of a car headed to the rebel-held city of Lugansk, I was feeling confident about my plan for getting in and out safely to report an article about how the city's Jewish community is coping with the war ravaging the area.


  3. War Drums Beat Louder & Faster Between U.S. & RussiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 15 | OpEdNews

    On Saturday, December 13th, Russian media reported that U.S. President Obama evidently can't wait to sign the congressional authorization for war against Russia , and that he is already shipping military supplies into Ukraine for use against Ukraine's ethnic Russians that the Ukrainian Government is trying to eliminate. Mikhail Emelyanov , a leading Russian parliamentarian, was quoted as saying on Saturday, Russia "cannot calmly watch as the US arms Ukraine with the most modern lethal weapons.


  4. A pastor's turn to fight for UkraineRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 13 | Worcester Telegram & Gazette

    Sergei I. Reuta was in many ways typical of the 15,000 to 18,000 volunteers who, loosely organized in about 30 battalions, have emerged as the backbone of the Ukrainian military in the war in southeastern Ukraine. Fired by a religious passion and a desire to remake their country, Reuta and others like him have left behind families and careers to join groups like his Dnipro-1 battalion - named for the city it came from, Dnepropetrovsk. 23 comments

  5. ICRC scales up operations in eastern UkraineRead the original story

    Friday Dec 12 | PressReleasePoint

    As winter deepens, the ICRC is stepping up its activities in Donetsk and Lugansk regions of Ukraine to help people affected by the conflict. The organization had previously had to scale back its work there after the tragic death of one of its staff members in early October.


  6. Ukraine's Jews praise easing of Israeli immigration policyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 11 | Jerusalem Post

    Jewish community leaders from eastern Ukraine on Thursday praised Israel's decision to ease immigration requirements for refugees fleeing their country's ongoing civil war, painting the move as a much needed humanitarian gesture. Last week, the Interior Ministry's Population, Immigration and Borders Authority issued an internal directive relaxing rules requiring certain documents from prospective immigrants from Donetsk, Luhansk and other cities occupied by Russian-backed separatists. 1 comment

  7. Malaysia Airlines MH17 shot down to assassinate Putin, says Russian media sourceRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 5 | Examiner.com

    A Russian newspaper with a pro-Kremlin slant has now asserted that the downing of the Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 was in an effort to assassinate Russian President Vladimir Putin . The attempt on Putin's life was reportedly ordered by a billionaire oligarch, says an Inquisitr report on Friday. 9 comments

  8. Pro-Kremlin news claim MH17 'was shot down in botched bid to assassinate PUTIN'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 5 | Daily Mail

    A Russian newspaper has made a series of outlandish claims regarding the MH17 disaster, including that the plane was shot down in a botched bid by the Ukrainian air force to assassinate Vladimir Putin on the orders of a billionaire oligarch. Pro-Kremlin outlets have long blamed MH17 on Ukraine, and have now taken it one step further and named a Ukranian army pilot they say is guilty of shooting down the plane. 7 comments

  9. Ukraine bans carriers on Moscow-Dnepropetrovsk routeRead the original story

    Nov 19, 2014 | Air Transport World

    Ukraine's State Aviation Administration has banned several Russian and Ukrainian airlines on the Moscow-Dnepropetrovsk route from Dec. 1 for safety reasons. The affected airlines are Russia's Aeroflot, Transaero, UTair and UTair-Ukraine and Dniproavia .


  10. Choice of Jew as Ukrainian parliament speaker won't have direct impact on communityRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 30 | Jerusalem Post

    "I think that it is just another proof that Ukraine is a normal multi-cultural society," Ukrainian chief rabbi tells the Post. A vote by Ukraine's parliament to confirm a Jew as speaker will not have a large direct impact on Ukrainian Jewry, sources within Kiev's local community told The Jerusalem Post on Sunday. 11 comments

  11. Bloomberg Sensationalism and Inaccuracies Regarding "Forced Nationalization of Crimea"Read the original story

    Friday Nov 21 | Mish's Global Economic Trend Analysis

    A few days ago a friend emailed the Bloomberg article Russia Delivers a New Shock to Crimean Business: Forced Nationalization . I replied something along the lines of "interesting, but I am going to bounce this of Jacob Dreizin", a US citizen who provides frequent updates to me regarding Ukraine.


  12. From universities to big Soviet-era enterprises, VCs eye Ukrainian space startupsRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 18, 2014 | VentureBeat

    Is the Ukrainian space industry attractive to venture investors? Business magazine Capital has identified examples of successful startups and asked local and international VCs to comment on the matter. There already are space startups at universities in the country.


  13. Reporter's notebook: Ukraine rabbi tries to hold a dispersed community togetherRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 18, 2014 | Jerusalem Post

    KIEV Walking up to Kiev's Great Choral Synagogue on Monday morning, I ran into Yaakov Virin again. The former editor of Donetsk's Jewish newspaper, Yaakov is currently an internally displaced person, having made a circuit of Ukraine looking for sanctuary as his city crumbles.


  14. Ukrainians find new weapon in war: Self-relianceRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 15, 2014 | Windsor Beacon

    When war sent waves of refugees across east Ukraine, Oleg Zinchenko decided that the expansion of his fish processing plant could wait. Instead of installing equipment in the newly built facility, Zinchenko devoted himself - and his resort properties - to housing people displaced by the fighting, and to providing goods and money to citizens who volunteered to defend his city.


  15. Group of companies UkrAgroCom & Hermes-Trading - Sponsor of the...Read the original story

    Nov 13, 2014 | Agricultural Market

    One of the leading Ukrainian agricultural holdings, the Group of companies UkrAgroCom & Hermes-Trading, became the Sponsor of the Second round of the V Ukrainian Grain Congress , to be held on November 24-26 in Kiev. The Group of companies UkrAgroCom & Hermes-Trading is the powerful integration of Ukrainian agricultural corporation, which dynamically develops and mainly specializes in the production of grains and oilseeds, breeding of pigs and cattle , grain trading, sugar, meat and milk production.


  16. Ukrainian Cease-fire Under Threat, Resignations Rock Georgian GovernmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 5, 2014 | Transitions Online

    Plus, a Bosnian court strikes down the 'two schools under one roof' policy, and Washington ups the ante in its high-stakes influence game with Budapest. In a strong response to Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko's call to revoke the special status of separatist-controlled eastern areas, rebel leaders today said the step would end the fragile two-month-old cease-fire.


  17. Well, That a Cease-firea in Ukraine Sure Seems Short-LivedMore troops in eastern Ukraine, pleaseRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 4, 2014 | New York Magazine

    Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko ordered more troops to eastern Ukraine on Tuesday and urged authorities to reconsider a law that gives the contested rebel-held regions more autonomy, just days after they held an unauthorized election. For those curious about what happens next, it almost certainly means more bloodshed. 6 comments

  18. Evacuating the Jews of UkraineRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 4, 2014 | The Times of Israel

    Events in Gaza and Israel had us glued to our TV screens in the summer, many anxiously waiting to hear news about loved ones involved in the conflict. Right now, hidden from the headlines, there's another war going on.


  19. Wake Up Europe - An Essay From George SorosRead the original story

    Oct 31, 2014 | GuruFocus.com

    Europe is facing a challenge from Russia to its very existence. Neither the European leaders nor their citizens are fully aware of this challenge or know how best to deal with it.


  20. EXCLUSIVE: Israel to provide aid to displaced Ukrainian JewsRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 30, 2014 | Jerusalem Post

    The Israeli government has earmarked NIS two million for the rehabilitation of Jews displaced by the conflict in Ukraine, The Jerusalem Post has learned. The move marks a turnaround for Jerusalem, which has previously been accused of taking a distinctly laissez faire attitude by Jewish leaders there.