World Jewish News
Birobidzhan Jewish community, located in the historic Jewish Autonomous region in Russia’s Siberia will soon get the first mikvah ritual bath in the region’s history.
Odessa Jewish University celebrated the graduation of its senior class last week, marking the program’s 10-year anniversary.
Nineteen rabbinical students graduated from the High Torah Yeshiva Academy in Moscow last week.
As the school year across the FSU region has come to an end, the EnerJew movement’s weekly club meetings in its 39 cities are also taking a break for summer vacations.
In Hungary, the main Jewish organization is the Hungarian Jewish Federation (MAZSIHISZ), which has a great history and tells a lot about the Hungarian Jewry.
A new children education center opened its doors in FJC’s Jewish community of Krasnoyarsk, Russia, yesterday
After a long period of preparations, construction finally began to renovate and expand the historic synagogue of Bryansk, South-West Russia.
The city state of Monaco, which is sandwiched between France and Italy, saw the largest Jewish gathering in its history during a visit to the principality by more than 1,000 Russian Jews.
The final round of the Darkeinu Olympic quiz for participants from Ukraine, Belarus, Latvia and Azerbaijan took place Wednesday in Dnieper, Ukraine.
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