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      Hundreds Of Hasidic Pilgrims Leave Belarus-Ukraine Border After Being Stopped By COVID-19 Restrictions
      Sep18

      Hundreds Of Hasidic Pilgrims Leave Belarus-Ukraine Border After Being Stopped By COVID-19 Restrictions

      Hundreds of followers of the Breslov Hasidic movement who were trying to reach the central Ukrainian city of Uman to celebrate Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, have begun leaving neutral territory along the Belarusian-Ukrainian border after they were refused entry to Ukraine over measures banning foreigners from entering the country to slow...

      Top EU Court Upholds Sanctions On Russian Energy Firms, Calls Them ‘Duly Justified’
      Sep17

      Top EU Court Upholds Sanctions On Russian Energy Firms, Calls Them ‘Duly Justified’

      The European Union’s top court has upheld restrictive measures adopted by the 27-nation bloc against Russian oil and gas companies in connection with Moscow’s actions in Ukraine. …read more Source:: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

      Russian Court Sentences Seven Crimean Tatars To Lengthy Prison Terms
      Sep16

      Russian Court Sentences Seven Crimean Tatars To Lengthy Prison Terms

      A court in Russia has sentenced seven Crimean Tatars to lengthy prison terms on charges of being members of a banned Islamic group. …read more Source:: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

      U.S. Embassy Calls On Kyiv To Investigate All Crimes Against Journalists On Gongadze Anniversary
      Sep16

      U.S. Embassy Calls On Kyiv To Investigate All Crimes Against Journalists On Gongadze Anniversary

      The U.S. Embassy in Ukraine has called on Kyiv to invetsigate all crimes against journalists as the country marked the 20th anniversary of the day when prominent reporter, Heorhiy Gongadze, disappeared and later found dead. …read more Source:: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

      Hundreds Of Hasidic Pilgrims Stuck Along Belarus-Ukraine Border Due To Coronavirus Restrictions
      Sep16

      Hundreds Of Hasidic Pilgrims Stuck Along Belarus-Ukraine Border Due To Coronavirus Restrictions

      More than 700 Hasidic Jews who are trying to reach the Ukrainian city of Uman to celebrate Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, remain stuck in neutral territory on the Belarusian-Ukrainian border, held up by measures banning foreigners from entering the country to help tackle the coronavirus. …read more Source:: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

      Hundreds Of Hasidic Pilgrims Stuck Along Belarus-Ukraine Border Due To Coronavirus Restrictions
      Sep16

      Hundreds Of Hasidic Pilgrims Stuck Along Belarus-Ukraine Border Due To Coronavirus Restrictions

      NOVAYA HUTA, Belarus — More than 700 followers of the Breslov Hasidic movement who are trying to reach the central Ukrainian city of Uman to celebrate Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, remain stuck in neutral territory along the Belarusian-Ukrainian border, held up by measures banning foreigners from entering the country to slow the...

      Jewish Pilgrims Spend Night In No-Man’s Land Between Belarus And Ukraine
      Sep15

      Jewish Pilgrims Spend Night In No-Man’s Land Between Belarus And Ukraine

      Hundreds of Hasidic Jews who set off on a pilgrimage to Ukraine via Belarus, despite coronavirus restrictions, were stuck at Novaya Huta border crossing on September 15, after Belarusian border guards let them through, but Ukrainian officials turned them back. …read more Source:: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

      Ukraine Investigators Summon Former Chief Of Presidential Office Over Interview
      Sep10

      Ukraine Investigators Summon Former Chief Of Presidential Office Over Interview

      Ukraine’s State Bureau of Investigations has summoned the former chief of the presidential administration, Andriy Bohdan, for questioning after a controversial interview he gave to journalist Dmytro Hordon where he spoke about the sensitive issue of Crimea. …read more Source:: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

      Crimean Military Park Opens With Historical Boom
      Sep07

      Crimean Military Park Opens With Historical Boom

      The re-creation of a key battle from the 19th-century Crimean War marked the opening of a Kremlin-funded military theme park dedicated to “reviving the 2,000-year history of Crimea” in Ukraine’s Russian-occupied peninsula. …read more Source:: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

      Pompeo Raises U.S. Concern About Chinese Investment In Ukraine In Call With Zelenskiy
      Aug30

      Pompeo Raises U.S. Concern About Chinese Investment In Ukraine In Call With Zelenskiy

      U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has spoken with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy about U.S. concerns over China’s attempt to purchase a Ukrainian engine manufacturer, the State Department said on August 29. …read more Source:: Radio Free Europe / Radio...