Pro-Russian Militias Attack Jewish-Owned BankPro-Russian militants attack bank owned by Jewish-Ukrainian oligarch; follows shooting of Jewish mayor of Kharkiv.
Jewish Mayor in Ukraine Shot, Critically WoundedMayor of Kharkiv, Gennady Kernes, has been shot in the back by unidentified gunmen; doctors fighting to save his life.
West Preparing More Sanctions on RussiaNext round of sanctions will be more painful, U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew warns Moscow.
Ukraine: Separatists Seize a Bus with International ObserversArmed separatists in Sloviansk seize a bus carrying international observers from the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe.
Ukrainian Synagogue Firebombed in Apparent Anti-Semitic AttackIncident marks the second such attack in as many months; comes at a particularly tense time for Ukrainian Jews.
Five Killed in Eastern Ukraine as Clashes ContinuePro-Russian protestors clash again in Ukraine, amidst claims that military operations against separatists are temporarily suspended.
Neo-Nazism Raging in Ukraine?Amidst reports that pamphlets calling for Jews to 'register' are a hoax, Ukrainian PM vows to 'bring perpetrators to justice.'
Protestors Remain in Eastern Ukraine Despite DealPro-Russian separatists insist that deal reached between Russia, West 'does not apply' to them.
Three-Way Deal to 'De-Escalate' in UkraineRussia, the US and the European Union have said that all sides have agreed to steps to lower flames.
Kerry Slams 'Grotesque' Ukrainian Anti-SemitismNotices sent to Jews in eastern Ukrainian city seized by pro-Russian forces, ordering them to identify themselves and pay, or be deported.
Ousted Ukrainian President Blames Unrest on CIAViktor Yanukovych says the CIA is behind the new Ukrainian government's decision to deploy armed forces.
One Dead, 5 Injured in Clashes Between Ukraine, SeparatistsAfter armed men storm government buildings, encourage uprising in Donetsk, Ukraine fights back; clashes kill one, injure 5.
Russia's Jittery Neighbors Call for NATO SupportMove comes as Foreign Minister calls on Russia to end 'provocative actions' after gunmen seize more buildings in eastern Ukraine.
Holocaust Memorial Defaced in UkraineNeo-Nazis desecrate memorial, Jewish cemetery; incident raises fear of post-revolution anti-Semitic surge.
Kiev Threatens Force As Standoffs Continue in Eastern UkraineUkrainian Interior Minister insists that standoffs in three provinces over secession will end in 48 hours - by any means necessary.
Ukraine Retakes Donetsk Building from DemonstratorsUkrainian special forces move against pro-Russian demonstrators occupying a government building in Donetsk.
Domino Effect? Another Ukrainian Province Demands IndependencePro-Russian demonstrators storm government buildings in Donetsk, sparking fears of another annexation.
Deposed Ukrainian President Calls for Referendums Country-WideOusted President Viktor Yanukovych calls for vote in every district 'for Russia or for Ukraine.'
West Grants Ukraine $14-18 Billion BailoutLifeline stretched for Ukraine after Crimea annexation as West offers big money. But is it enough to stabilize the embattled country?
General Assembly Says Crimea Referendum is InvalidUN General Assembly approves a non-binding resolution calling the Crimean referendum to secede from Ukraine invalid.
Obama Promises to Increase Russia's Isolation"If Russia continues its current course, the isolation will deepen," says U.S. President as Russia remains unfazed by sanctions.
Ukrainian Defense Minister Fired Over Crimea CrisisAs concerns over other annexations snowball, Kiev chooses to oust military official.
Ukrainian Jewish Leader to Run for PresidentVadim Rabinovich, president of the All-Ukrainian Jewish Congress, says he will run for president in May 25 election.
Ukrainian Far-Right Leader Shot DeadOleksandr Muzychko, leader of the far-right Right Sector, dies in a shoot-out with police in western Ukraine.
Russia Booted from G8, More Sanctions PossibleRussia's membership in the G8 suspended in the latest response to its annexation of Crimea.
Ukraine Withdraws Military From CrimeaInterim president orders withdrawal after Russia annexes and conquers nearly all bases in peninsula; concerns of continued aggression.
Russian Forces Storm Ukrainian Air Base in Crimea, Killing 1Military takeover sparks media furor, just 24 hours after Russia annexes the peninsula. Are more takeovers to follow?
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 Leader Issues Ultimatum After Naval Chief SeizedPro-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 Russia Moves to Annex CrimeaKiev 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 Official Recognizes Sovereign Crimea, Sparking AlarmReferendum 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 She DidHillary 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 Warning Shots 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 Government's Anti-SemitismRussian slams US over 'unacceptable' threats about Crimea clashes, cites Kiev opposition's 'rampant Russophobia' and hatred of Jews.
Arutz Sheva'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.