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  1. Ethnic Greeks killed in southeastern Ukraine shelling attackRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 15 | EKathimerini

    The Greek Foreign Ministry confirmed Wednesday that ethnic Greeks were among those killed during the shelling of Sartana, near the city of Mariupol in southeastern Ukraine. The ministry did not say how many ethnic Greeks lost their lives.

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  2. Giant 22-story Ukraine JCC provides refuge - in styleRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 13 | The Times of Israel

    Five months into the war that turned him into a refugee in his own country, Jacob Virin has already attended 20 Jewish weddings - including those of his son and two other relatives - at the $100 million JCC of Dnepropetrovsk. Towering over the skyline of this industrial metropolis, the 22-story Menorah Center is said to be the largest Jewish community center in Europe and a symbol of the remarkable Jewish revival here after decades of communist repression. 2 comments

  3. Russian media possibly using fake anti-Semitism reports as wartime propagandaRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 12 | Jerusalem Post

    One communal representative says he believes both sides in the current Ukrainian-Russian conflict are making use of Ukrainian Jewry to disparage their opponents. Despite media reports, there has been no surge of anti-Semitic attacks in Odessa, local Jewish leaders have declared.

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  4. A Great Beacon of Light'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 9 | Baltimore Jewish Times

    Five months into the war that turned him into a refugee in his own country, Jacob Virin has already attended 20 Jewish weddings - including those of his son and two other relatives - at the $100 million JCC of Dnepropetrovsk. Towering over the skyline of this industrial metropolis, the 22-story Menorah Center is said to be the largest Jewish community center in Europe and a symbol of the remarkable Jewish revival here after decades of communist repression.

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  5. Oligarchs at warRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 7 | Jewish Chronicle

    Igor Kolomoisky, who has emerged as a significant political figure in Ukraine in recent months, and British-based Gennadiy Bogolyubov have been sued by the third man, Victor Pinchuk. The case, which is unlikely to come to court until well into next year but has already cost the parties millions, concerns privatised state assets in Ukraine in the post-Communist era.

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  6. Warriors of NovorossiyaRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 5 | Pravda

    Both are doing a tremendous job, jeopardizing their lives going on location to inform us what's going on the Eastern part of Ukraine! But the independent bloggers actually live with the resistance army. They sleep in trenches or in open fields and document every move on the battlefield, risking their lives during the "truce" period when there was artillery shelling of the Ukrainian army. 2 comments

  7. Giant Ukraine JCC provides shelter from the storm - in styleRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 3 | The Jewish Journal

    A rendering of the Menorah Center in Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine, which is said to be the largest Jewish community center in Europe. Five months into the war that turned him into a refugee in his own country, Jacob Virin has already attended 20 Jewish weddings - including those of his son and two other relatives - at the $100 million JCC of Dnepropetrovsk.

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  8. Jews 'among the best protectors of our country'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 2 | Jerusalem Post

    Ukrainian Jews have enriched their country and the actions of "stupid people or provocateurs" does not mean that all Ukrainians are anti-Semitic, a Ukrainian official said in response to reports of an failed firebombing of a Kiev synagogue immediately prior to Rosh Hashanah. Anti-Semitism is "far worse" in many other European countries than it is in Ukraine, Embassy Second Secretary Olena Ivanchuk told The Jerusalem Post , asserting that there is little discrimination against Jews in her country.

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  9. Sparkling $100M Jewish Community Center Towers Over East Ukraine CityRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 2 | Forward

    Five months into the war that turned him into a refugee in his own country, Jacob Virin has already attended 20 Jewish weddings - including those of his son and two other relatives - at the $100 million JCC of Dnepropetrovsk. Towering over the skyline of this industrial metropolis, the 22-story Menorah Center is said to be the largest Jewish community center in Europe and a symbol of the remarkable Jewish revival here after decades of communist repression.

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  10. Giant Ukraine JCC provides shelter from the storm - in styleRead the original story

    Wednesday Oct 1 | United Jewish Federation of Tidewater

    Five months into the war that turned him into a refugee in his own country, Jacob Virin has already attended 20 Jewish weddings - including those of his son and two other relatives - at the $100 million JCC of Dnepropetrovsk. Towering over the skyline of this industrial metropolis, the 22-story Menorah Center is said to be the largest Jewish community center in Europe and a symbol of the remarkable Jewish revival here after decades of communist repression.

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  11. Ukraine authorities in massive 'Rename Soviet Places' driveRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 30 | Russia Taday

    Barricades made of tires left after rallies staged by supporters of pro-EU integration on Kiev's Institutskaya Street. Authorities in the Ukrainian capital, Kiev, are set to rename several dozen streets, replacing the names of Soviet revolutionaries and commanders with those of Ukrainian public figures, to further cut historical connection to joint history with Russia. 43 comments

  12. Leonid Bershidsky: Ukraine is toppling Lenin 20 years too lateRead the original story

    Monday Sep 29 | The Morning Call

    People react after a statue of Soviet state founder Vladimir Lenin was toppled by protesters during a rally organized by pro-Ukraine supporters in the centre of the eastern Ukrainian town of Kharkiv People react Sunday after a statue of Soviet founder Vladimir Lenin was toppled by protesters during a rally organized by pro-Ukraine supporters in the eastern Ukrainian town of Kharkiv. People react Sunday after a statue of Soviet founder Vladimir Lenin was toppled by protesters during a rally organized by pro-Ukraine supporters in the eastern Ukrainian town of Kharkiv.

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  13. Sharansky predicts further growth in Ukrainian aliyahRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 29 | Jerusalem Post

    Many Ukrainian Jews are "still trying to gain some time and to postpone the decision but its also clear on all the levels that they will have no choice in this decision" to emigrate Sharansky says. Jewish Agency chairman Natan Sharansky forecast a four hundred percent increase in immigration from Ukraine for the coming year, citing worsening economic conditions and the ongoing civil war in that country's east as contributing factors.

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  14. Vigils for innocent victims, anti-war rallies held in Russia and UkraineRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 27 | Russia Taday

    Thousands have attended a Moscow vigil for the innocent victims of the Ukraine conflict, with similar anti-war events taking place in Ukrainian cities. Some of the rallies however were quickly dispersed by police when clashes erupted during the marches.

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  15. This is why you should never go out in a hurricane: Smashed window blasts woman in car parkRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 27 | Metro UK News

    ... and the trees blowing around in the high winds, the woman attempts to walk across the car park in Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine, when smashed panes of glass and the wooden frame of a window are ripped from a building nearby, hitting her squarely and ...

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  16. Ukraine: there are problems with grain transportation from Dnipropetrovsk regionRead the original story

    Friday Sep 26 | Agricultural Market

    The Embassy of France in Ukraine addressed to the Ministry of Agrarian Policy and Food of Ukraine on the problem of grain transport outward Dnepropetrovsk oblast due to the creation of strategic stocks. Note, it is difficult to anticipate the end of grain reserve stocks filling, meanwhile the enterprise risks to incomplete the contract terms and to face considerable financial losses and penal sanctions.

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  17. Mariupol community flees shellsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 23 | Jewish Chronicle

    A group of distressed Ukrainian Jews in Mariupol were preparing to flee the port city this week as the situation in the city became increasingly unpredictable. Around 130 people were receiving emergency assistance from the aid organisation World Jewish Relief , which has taken the unusual step of giving cash stipends to people who fear for their lives.

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  18. Why are Ukrainian women so sexy and beautiful?Read the original story

    Tuesday Sep 23 | PR Log

    Any assumptions? None of them? Then I will tell you a bit why Ukrainian women are so sexy. Keep your attention to this, because it is very interesting.

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  19. Ukrainian Research Lab Adopts C3D's Kernel for Analysis SoftwareRead the original story

    Sep 8, 2014 | ThomasNet

    Dynamics Structures Lab implements C3D Lab's geometric kernel in Belinda Structure Moscow, Russia C3D Labs is pleased to announce that its geometric kernel is being integrated into software from Dynamics Structures Lab of Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine. The research laboratory is developing Belinda Structure as an environment for engineering analysis.

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  20. Rules of EngagementRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 22 | Pravda

    Since NATO began openly operating on Ukrainian soil without ceremonial ties with the Kiev Junta ahead of time and without officially accepting the Ukraine as NATO members, I'm raising a question: Why Russia get hit with more sanctions? Was it for providing shelter for the Ukrainian refugees or sending much needed humanitarian help to hungry citizens of Southern and Eastern Ukraine who were left to die on their land when they could not escape the horror? While the West looks in a different direction, thinking how to help Palestinian children, Eastern Ukrainian kids are dying on the streets when kindergarten, maternity wards and schools are being shelled day and night! No, the Minsk brokered truce was achieved only on a piece of paper.

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