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Looking through the peephole of the monocular is like looking through the lens of a camera and seeing what the Nazi photographer saw in the area on the days of mass executions in 1941.
09:00, 27 January 2021
This project should be international and draw the world's attention to the history of Ukraine.
16:40, 29 July 2020
Activists push for renaming the station to commemorate victims of Nazi atrocities.
22:30, 11 February 2020
According to Zelensky, this is a terrible tragedy of the Jewish people and a tragic lesson for all humankind.
12:52, 27 January 2020
The Ukrainian leader says the international community should unite and prevent any manifestation of anti-Semitism, xenophobia and racism.
22:50, 26 January 2020
The Ukrainian president says he is content with the political dialogue between Ukraine and Israel.
12:46, 24 January 2020
It's those deserving it most who should attend the main event, the president said, adding that all scheduled meetings will be held as planned.
10:00, 23 January 2020
Security at Kyiv synagogues is not as tough as abroad since Jews are not in danger in Ukraine, says the president.
13:40, 20 January 2020
It was spray-painted in red.
23:45, 19 January 2020
The decision came after Duda learned he would not be speaking at the event.
09:40, 08 January 2020
Putin said last week that Poland had taken "the first step towards genocide" by entering into an agreement with Hitler and joining the partition of Czechoslovakia in 1938, and called the then-Polish ambassador to Germany, Jozef Lipski, "an antisemitic pig."
23:15, 03 January 2020
Over 100,000 civilians and prisoners of war were massacred and buried there during World War II.
12:59, 29 September 2019
The statement came Monday, following Zelensky's negotiations with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
18:00, 19 August 2019
The far-right Bolsonaro during a solidarity visit to Israel last month asserted that the Nazis had been "leftists."
22:40, 14 April 2019
Israel offered to host the meeting of the Visegrad group to strengthen ties with members of the European Union.
09:00, 18 February 2019
The film, one of 17 competing for the festival's Golden Bear award, tells the story of Gareth Jones, the Welsh journalist who escaped the gilded cage of 1930s Moscow to discover that the facade of a thriving Soviet economy rested on Ukrainian corpses.
14:32, 11 February 2019
The president noted that the tragedy of the Holocaust showed what intolerance and hatred could lead to.
15:40, 27 January 2019
On September 30, residents of Kyiv are honoring the memory of Babyn Yar victims.
22:30, 30 September 2018
Ukraine, the United States and Israel said they were concerned about the adoption of the law.
13:18, 01 March 2018
<p>By refusing to veto the bill, Duda dashed the possibility of political negotiations, which Israel and the United States had still hoped for in recent days.</p>
23:59, 06 February 2018