Euroasian Jewish News
Over 2,000 Jewish school and kindergarten students from 8 countries competed in the first round of FSU’s Darkeinu’s Olympics contest that finished yesterday.
Jewish Odessa making a difference with orphans that will last a lifetime.
Jewish community of Irkutsk, Russia came together for a moment of “historical justice” as the locals called it, at the opening of a monument on the Jewish part of a destroyed city cemetery last week.
Seventy-eight years after Nazis threw out Jews from Hekdesh Shul, the Jewish community buys building back.
Some of the tombs in the Akhaltsikhe cemetery have inscriptions in Ladino.
Hundreds of Jews traveled to the former Soviet republic of Kazakhstan to commemorate the 75th yartzeit of Rabbi Levi Yitzchok Schneerson, father of the Lubavitcher Rebbe.
Schools in Azerbaijan are annually evaluated and assessed based on various pedagogical and educational factors by the State Examination Center.
This may not be the first group of Yeshiva students to receive Rabbinical ordination in Moscow, but the excitement of it is no less than the first time.
The holiday of Lag BaOmer was particularly joyous in Krasnoyarsk, Russia this past Thursday.
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