Alexander Granovsky fled Israel before being indicted, and may never face the consequences of his sophisticated alleged crime
2018 was a horrible year for attacks on minority groups. With elections looming, 2019 may be even worse – and many say the government is aiding and legitimizing extremists
Main reason for refusal stated by immigration authority is concern that people arriving will not leave the country, with only a few cases involving security or criminal concerns
Uman, site of the grave of Rabbi Nachman, draws thousands of ultra-Orthodox pilgrims each year. Tension between pilgrims and local residents often turns violent.
Manor Solomon, 19, has signed for Shakhtar Donetsk – a team that is known for taking a chance on young talent and launching players into the soccer stratosphere
Move forces Ukrainian clerics to pick sides between the Moscow-backed Ukrainian churches and the new church as fighting persists in eastern Ukraine between government forces and Russia-backed rebels
Thousands of Ukrainians marched through the streets of central Kiev holding torches to celebrate the 110th anniversary of Ukrainian nationalist hero Stepan Bandera's birth
Separately, the state banned 'Book of Thieves' which criticizes the anti-Semitic actions of a different national leader for 'inciting ethnic, racial and religious hatred'
State Department calls on Russia 'to immediately return seized vessels and Ukrainian crews' after incident that reignited tensions ■ Russian fighter jets land in Crimea
Russia denies it is at war with in eastern Ukraine, but says its regime 'has all the characteristics of being Nazis and neo-Nazi'
Russia annexed Crimea from Ukraine in 2014 and tensions between the two neighbours flared on Nov. 25 after Russia seized three Ukrainian naval vessels and their crews
Equipment will be part of $46 million pledge to strengthen Ukraine's armed forces
The current anti-Russian government has enlisted history in its cause, working to rehabilitate people and groups that fought against the Soviet Union — no matter what crimes they may have committed against the Jews
U.S. military notified Turkey of possible activity in Bosporus, CNN says
Over the weekend, Ukraine's president said that Russia has deployed a large number of troops along its border with Ukraine and alleged that the Kremlin intends to push inland into Ukraine
Anatoly Altman was sentenced to over a decade of hard labor over his involvement in plan to leave Soviet Union
Senior state security official says Kiev is considering whether to respond with 'mirror actions' to Black Sea incident ■ Russia's RIA news agency reports Russia has no plans for a reciprocal move to bar Ukrainian men
Amid the most recent flare-up of tensions between Russia and Ukraine the German Chancellor said the West would impose sanctions on Russia
Moscow and Kiev blame each other for the Black Sea incident on Sunday, in which Russia fired on and seized three Ukrainian vessels and their crews
NATO, which Ukraine one day hopes to join, has stopped short of offering to deploy new forces in the area to deter Russia
Trump, Putin, MBS and Xi Descend on Argentina for G-20. On the Agenda: Nukes, Trade Wars, Khashoggi and Ukraine
Trump is expected to meet with the Saudi crown prince amid furor over the Khashoggi killing and is also expected to hold a talk Putin as Russia and Ukraine inch toward open conflict
The Wall Street Journal, citing people familiar with the matter, said former Trump campaign manager Manafort's alleged false statements included comments about his business dealings in Ukraine
Russian president says Ukrainian counterpart sparked crisis to score political points ■ U.S. calls on European allies to consider further sanctions against Russia as tensions rise near Crimea
Analysis Russian Aggression Against Ukraine May Not Start WWIII, but Hints at Troubled Waters for Putin
Twenty-four Ukrainian sailors are being held by Russia following Sunday’s incident on the Black Sea when three Ukrainian vessels were captured, but no one knows what the Kremlin will do next
Move comes after Ukraine introduced martial law following Russia's seizure of three Ukrainian navy vessels
Three of the sailors were said to be wounded in the incident and were recovering in hospital, but that they were not in a critical condition
Russia and Ukraine traded blame for the confrontation that raised the specter of a full-blown conflict between the neighbors
Explained Russia vs. Ukraine: What's Behind the Black Sea Naval Standoff Pushing the Countries to Brink of War
The incident forced Kiev to put its forces on full combat alert
'There is no justification for the use of military force against Ukrainian ships and naval personnel'
Ukraine's parliament has to approve the decree