Euroasian Jewish News
Comedian and political novice Volodymyr Zelensky, best known playing the role of a fictional head of state, won last weekend's first round run-off.
JCU is planning to make the conference an annual international event.
Exit polls show Volodymyr Zelensky with 30.4 percent of the vote in the first round of Ukraine’s presidential election.
This marks the first time Poles could state the name of their relatives in the 'Every Person Has a Name' ceremony which comes amid growing tension over the Polish 'Holocaust Law'.
The law enforcers also took in a group of 42 individuals, involved in this criminal gang; all are suspected in organizing and funding the trafficking network.
Keeping Jewish life alive is a daily struggle for the local community of 3,000 in a city held by pro-Russian militants.
On February 15, some 140 Ukrainians were held for hours at Israel's Ben Gurion Airport.
In four months, 12 streets have been renamed in Ukraine as part of the JCU's “Righteous from My City” campaign.
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