Russia Agrees to International Monitors in UkraineRussia accepts the deployment of an international monitoring team that will have free access to regions throughout Ukraine.
Ukrainian Jews Face 'Uncertain' FutureSituation for Ukraine's Jewish community tentatively stable, but American Jewish Federations 'not taking chances'.
Ukrainian Naval Chief Seized by Pro-Russia MilitiaPro-Russian gunmen seize control of second Ukrainian military base in Crimea, detain Ukrainian naval chief.
Crimea's 4,000 Jews Doing Fine, Knesset ToldUkraine Jewish leaders give Speaker Edelstein a live update on the situation of Ukraine's Jews at present.
Ukraine PM: Russia Killed Soldier in 'War Crime'The first person killed in the recent unrest in Crimea is a Ukraine soldier, upping the tension between Ukraine and Russia even further
Ukraine Steps Up Defense After Crimea AnnexationKiev digs trenches, allots billions to defense fund, recruits volunteers as Russia moves to annex Crimea.
Putin Drafts Bill For Annexing CrimeaRussian president thumbs his nose at EU, US sanctions; bill still needs constitutional, parliamentary approval to annex.
Report: Putin to Sanction Top U.S. SenatorsRussian President is reportedly planning to sanction American lawmakers in retaliation for similar U.S. sanctions on Russians.
Russia Officially Recognizes Sovereign CrimeaReferendum vote leads to official declaration of Crimea as 'independent state' by Moscow. But what does that mean practically?
Crimea Votes To Be Russian in 'Coerced' Referendum93% of Crimean voters choose Russian annexation, US doesn't recognize 'rigged' vote given Russian occupation.
Israeli Couple Saved From Mob in KievPossibly pro-Russian rioters chase couple with sticks in Kiev's central square; miraculously the two manage to escape to synagogue.
Kiev Rabbi who was Stabbed had Said He Felt SafeRabbi Hillel Cohen, Chairman of Hatzala in Kiev, had told Arutz Sheva that he has experienced no anti-Semitism.
Crimea Heats Up Ahead of Referendum VoteArtillery, propoganda, and rumors pour into Crimea, hours before a crucial vote to decide its Ukrainian or Russian nationality.
Anti-Semites Attack ZAKA Official in UkraineDeputy Commander hospitalized with stab wounds in latest incident of anti-Semitic violence.
Chabad Purim Initiative To Help Jews in UkraineChabad calls for donations to help Ukrainian Jews survive the spike in anti-Semitic violence and threats of war.
Palin Urges Tougher Approach Towards Putin"The only thing that stops a bad guy with a nuke is a good guy with a nuke," says former Republican vice presidential candidate.
Russia Unfazed by American Threats of Sanctions"Sanctions will hit you back like a boomerang," Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov warns Secretary of State John Kerry.
Ukraine Asks Interpol to Arrest YanukovychInterpol studying a request by Ukrainian authorities to issue an international wanted persons alert for the arrest of ousted president.
Crimea Votes to Join RussiaCrimean parliament votes to join Russia, raising the stakes in Russia-Ukraine standoff.
Clinton Compares Putin to Hitler, Then Denies ItHillary Clinton says Russia's deployment of troops into Crimea recalls similar moves by Hitler.
Israel Treating Victims of Ukrainian UnrestSeven Ukrainians scheduled to arrive at Kaplan Medical Center for treatment this week.
Video: Russians Soldiers Fire As Ukrainians MarchTense standoff as unarmed Ukrainian troops march to talk with Russian soldiers at air base, met by warning shots.
Turkey Scrambles Fighter Jets Over Russian PlanePossible new front opens in Ukraine-Russia standoff, which has escalated with Russian missile tests and shots fired in air.
Putin: No Russian Soldiers in CrimeaHeavily armed men who occupied government buildings, surrounded Ukrainian bases are 'local self-defense forces.'
Putin Pulls Troops from Training Near Crimea16,000 troops in Crimea still stationed there, but Putin pulls new trainees back from Russia-Ukraine border after sanctions threats fly.
U.S. Suspends Joint Military Drills with RussiaIn response to Ukraine crisis, Pentagon announces suspension of all military engagements with Russia.
U.S. Preparing Sanctions Against RussiansSenate's Foreign Relations Committee holding consultations on imposing sanctions against individual Russians.
MK: Plans for Mass Aliyah from Ukraine UnderwayArutz Sheva speaks with MK Rina Frenkel on the status of Ukrainian Jewry and her push to bring them to Israel en masse.
Moscow: US 'Blind' to Ukrainian Anti-SemitismRussian slams US over 'unacceptable' threats about Crimea clashes, cites Kiev opposition's 'rampant Russophobia' and hatred of Jews.
A7's Man on the Ground: Ukraine Situation 'Grim'Arutz Sheva's correspondent in Kharkov says Russia appears to be preparing for a full-blown invasion of Ukraine.
Ukraine Rabbi: Jewish Men Likely to Be DraftedThe Ukraine Jewish community was steeling itself for troubled times, said Rabbi Moshe Wasserman, the Chief Rabbi of the country.
Crimea Synagogue Vandalized Amid Ukraine UnrestSwastikas and graffiti sprayed on a synagogue in Crimea, local rabbi advises worshippers to stay away from the site,
Republicans: Obama is 'All Talk and No Action'Republican lawmakers called on President Obama to stop threatening Putin and take some action.
Putin Agrees to German Proposal on UkraineRussian President agrees to a proposal from German Chancellor Angela Merkel to set up a contact group on Ukraine.
Kiev's Lesson for Israel: 'US Guarantee Worthless'Ex-MK Aryeh Eldad notes that the US and Britain guaranteed Ukraine's security in exchange for nuclear disarming.
Despite Ukraine, PM Meeting With Obama on For NowObama and Netanyahu are still set to meet on Monday, but that could change, given developments in the Ukraine.
Ukrainian Military Gears Up to Defend KievReservists called up for urgent training as larger crisis with Russia looms large.
Netanyahu Can Learn from Putin’s Strong LeadershipStrong leadership is not necessarily negative. Putin is facing down America to invade Ukraine, Israel must face down the US to protect its very existence.
Did Sarah Palin Predict Current Ukraine Trouble?Sarah Palin warned in 2008 that if Obama were elected, Putin would be encouraged to invade Ukraine. At the time, she was mocked.
Obama Threatens Putin with 'Isolation'U.S. President Obama phones Russian President Vladimir Putin, tells him Russia violated international law with its incursion into Ukraine.
Ukrainian Military on High AlertKiev steps up military presence against Moscow invasion of Crimea; Ukrainian Prime Minister offers to begin talks to prevent a war.
Russia OKs Military Force in UkraineTensions in Ukraine deteriorate as over 6,000 Russian troops storm Crimea.
Armed Men Take Over Airport in Ukraine's CrimeaArmed men take over the military airport in the Crimea region, as the White House warns Russia not to intervene in Ukraine.
MEP to Ukraine: Stop Anti-SemitismFinnish European Parliament Member calls on EU to hold Ukraine responsible for its treatment of Jews, other minorities.
Ukraine Interim President Warns Russia: Stay AwayOlexander Turchynov warns Russia against military aggression after armed men seized Crimea's regional parliament.
Kerry Warns Russia as Troops Head for BorderIntervention in Ukraine would be ‘a grave mistake,’ US diplomat warns as Russian warplanes head for border.
MK: Time to Bring Ukraine Jews Home to IsraelYesh Atid MK Rina Frankel appealed to Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu to initiate an immediate aliyah “rescue effort” for Ukraine Jewry.
Kerry: Ukraine Conflict Not America Versus RussiaDespite separatist threat of ethnic-Russian Ukrainians and Western leanings of interim govt., Kerry denies it's West versus East.
'Israel, Protect Us!'Ukraine's Jews report attacks, threats accompanying current rebellion are getting worse, ask for Israeli security personnel.
Ukraine Synagogue Firebombed Amid ProtestsThe Giymat Rosa Synagogue in Zaporizhia, southeast of Kiev, was attacked by unknown individuals over the weekend.
Arrest Warrant Issued for YanukovychUkraine's new rulers launch probe over the "mass murder" of protesters in Kiev.
Russia Recalls Ukrainian Ambassador Amid UnrestRussia calls its ambassador to Ukraine back to Moscow for "consultations", cites "escalation of the situation."
Kharkov Rabbi: More Jews Seek to Leave for IsraelIn special interview, Rabbi Moshe Moskowitz discusses the concerns of Jews in the city in the wake of the recent unrest in Kharkov.
Hatzalah Head: Ukraine Jews 'Miraculously Saved'Rabbi Hillel Cohen, chairman of Hatzalah Ukraine, said that the situation there was calming down, but that there was still danger.
Kiev: Parliament Speaker Elected Interim PresidentNewly elected parliament working double-time to stabilize Ukraine, has already enacted several big changes in just 24 hours.
'This is Not a Revolution - This is War'Arutz Sheva correspondent Ludmila Yuga, in Ukraine, reports from ground zero of the political upheaval.
Tymoshenko Greeted by Thousands in Central KievFreed former Ukrainian Prime Minister hails protesters as "heroes" after President Viktor Yanukovych flees Kiev.