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A unique translation of the Mishnah, the Jewish Oral Law codex, was presented last week by publishing house Knizhniki.
The 2016 global Shabbat Project – now in its third year – outdid its predecessors on all fronts, reaching 1,150 cities in 94 countries around the world, attracting a record numbers of participants.
A unique Jewish museum and visitors center opened in Moscow Saturday night.
The Stars Ukraine youth program coordinators, leaders and educators gathered in the city of Dnepr last week to discuss the program’s development goals for the coming year.
Lechaim publishing house released the translation of the sixth and final volume of Ein Yaakov last week, making it the first time the entire work was translated and published in Russia.
A 34-year-old lawyer was elected new president of CCOJB, the umbrella group of Jewish organisations in Belgium, a body which has been marked by internal strife.
A new Jewish educational center opened Thursday in Petersburg, Russia.
At its height, Cuba was home to roughly 20,000 Jews. Now that number teeters around 1,000.
Community members of a neighborhood synagogue in Petersburg rejoiced at the inauguration of a new Torah Scroll right before Rosh Hashanah.
The initiative aims to provide a contemporary socially-minded type of Judaism through outdoor education and farming.
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