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      Expert: Russia Orchestrating Ukrainian Conflict - News
      former Israeli ambassador to Russia, gave a special interview to Arutz Sheva Wednesday night analyzing the region's slow descent into chaos. According to Magen
      (Nissan 16, 5774, 4/16/2014)
      Ukraine 'On the Brink of Civil War'? - News
      y violent clashes between pro-Russian protestors and Ukrainian forces. Pro-Russian separatists, who have been calling for a referendum vote to secede from Ukrai
      (Nissan 16, 5774, 4/16/2014)
      Obama Should 'Forget Middle East, Focus on Ukraine' - News
      ng the tense standoff between Russia and Ukraine. The New York Times suggests that the US administration draw up a list of principles for a two state solution t
      (Nissan 15, 5774, 4/15/2014)
      Russian Jews Begin Passover Celebrations - News
      Jews in eastern Russia – in Siberia, and along the border with Japan – are preparing for Passover. The area is home to thousands of Jews, and rabbis affiliated
      (Nissan 14, 5774, 4/14/2014)
      Minister Says Kerry is 'Surrendering' to Iran on Nukes - News
      mbers Britain, China, France, Russia and the United States, along with Germany. After a session in Vienna last week the powers' chief negotiator, EU foreign po
      (Nissan 14, 5774, 4/14/2014)
      Iran Wants 30,000 New Generation Centrifuges for Fuel - News
      ook control of the plant from Russia last year. In October, Salehi said Iran had built a fuel production line for its sole nuclear power plant which would go on
      (Nissan 14, 5774, 4/14/2014)
      Ousted Ukrainian President Blames Unrest on CIA - News
      sh an increasingly brazen pro-Russian insurgency, reported The Associated Press (AP). Speaking late Sunday on Russian state television, Viktor Yanukovych claime
      (Nissan 14, 5774, 4/14/2014)
      One Dead, 5 Injured in Clashes Between Ukraine, Separatists - News
      een government forces and pro-Russian separatists in Donetsk. Acting Ukrainian Interior Minister Arsen Avakov stated that there were "casualties on both sides"
      (Nissan 13, 5774, 4/13/2014)
      Russia's Jittery Neighbors Call for NATO Support - News
      nterim government has accused Russia of orchestrating unrest in the country, after gunmen seized several further government buildings in eastern Ukraine. It com
      (Nissan 12, 5774, 4/12/2014)
      U.S. Threatens Russia with Sanctions Over Oil Deal with Iran - News
      United States is threatening Russia with more sanctions, not only over the situation in Ukraine but also over a possible oil deal between Moscow and Tehran. Re
      (Nissan 11, 5774, 4/11/2014)
      Holocaust Memorial Defaced in Ukraine - News
      - has been hotly debated. The Russian government has long alleged that the relative prominence of far-right militias in the former opposition movement, as well
      (Nissan 9, 5774, 4/9/2014)
      Kiev Threatens Force As Standoffs Continue in Eastern Ukraine - News
      Ukraine Wednesday, where pro-Russian separatists have been demonstrating for the right to secede. Donetsk, Kharkiv, and Luhansk are at the center of the stando
      (Nissan 9, 5774, 4/9/2014)