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                  Russia as mediator could change Israel, Hamas game rules
                  Russia as mediator could change Israel, Hamas game rules
                  04.03.2020

                  Hamas does not want to distance Egypt as the chief mediator between the group and Israel, but it would like to add Russia to the equation.

                  Ukraine: Rudy Giuliani, the rabbi and Trump’s impeachment
                  Ukraine: Rudy Giuliani, the rabbi and Trump’s impeachment
                  02.03.2020, Communities of Eurasia

                  The president’s lawyer backed a scheme to resettle refugees from eastern Ukraine. But cash is drying up after fallout from the case.

                  Young people in Poland are rediscovering their Jewish roots
                  Young people in Poland are rediscovering their Jewish roots
                  25.02.2020, Communities of Eurasia

                  Kasia Leonardi was 21 when she discovered her Jewish roots.

                  They gave $25 million to Jewish nonprofits. Was some of that money laundered from Ukraine?
                  They gave $25 million to Jewish nonprofits. Was some of that money laundered from Ukraine?
                  24.02.2020

                  The 2019 lawsuit by PrivatBank’s new owners accuses Korf and Laber of racketeering, conspiracy and fraud in what it and the National Bank of Ukraine report the year before described as a scheme involving hundreds of fraudulent loans, a complicated network of dozens of shell companies in Delaware and elsewhere, metallurgical assets and commercial real-estate transactions in Cleveland.

                  Poland Is Becoming a Global Capital of Chutzpah
                  Poland Is Becoming a Global Capital of Chutzpah
                  14.02.2020

                  As the government cracks down on Holocaust remembrance, the country’s Jewish art scene is thriving like never before.

                  What's behind Russian Defense Ministry anger at Israeli strikes in Syria?
                  What's behind Russian Defense Ministry anger at Israeli strikes in Syria?
                  13.02.2020, Israel and the World

                  The Russian Defense Ministry slammed Israel on Feb. 7 for what it considered a provocation in the skies over Syria.

                  Israel, Russia play delicate balancing act in maintaining tricky relationship
                  Israel, Russia play delicate balancing act in maintaining tricky relationship
                  05.02.2020, Israel and the World

                  Just days after Russia released Israeli prisoner Naama Issachar, the nature of the relations between Israel and Russia have been brought to the forefront, prompting a discussion on what really motivates each side of the relationship.

                  A difficult maneuver between politics and memory: The President of Ukraine at the Holocaust Forum in Jerusalem
                  A difficult maneuver between politics and memory: The President of Ukraine at the Holocaust Forum in Jerusalem
                  31.01.2020, Xenophobia and anti-Semitism

                  Ukraine could well have been lost among the four dozen countries at the global forum in Jerusalem dedicated to the 75th anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz death camp.

                  Remembering Babi Yar: Ukrainian Center to Commemorate Largest-ever Jewish Massacre
                  Remembering Babi Yar: Ukrainian Center to Commemorate Largest-ever Jewish Massacre
                  29.01.2020, Communities of Eurasia

                  A new museum is to be built at the site of the Babi Yar massacre in Ukraine, where during two days some 34,000 Jews were murdered by German forces in 1941.

                  Displaced by a brutal war, Ukraine’s Jews start life anew
                  Displaced by a brutal war, Ukraine’s Jews start life anew
                  28.01.2020, Communities of Eurasia

                  Tens of thousands of Ukrainians have fled their war-torn country for Israel. Those who remain are struggling to rebuild their shattered communities

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