The medal is the highest honor awarded by the international organization

The petite beauty from Crimea demonstrates her ability to render a uniquely emotional version of Ukraine’s national anthem

 

Residents of several cities in eastern Ukraine will be able to not only sample famous German dishes but also to participate in master classes by a noted German chef

Issues leading to a significant decline in visitors to Uman this year include the escape of Rabbi Eliezer Berland, leader of the "Shuvu Banim" Breslov community, to Morocco after he was charged with sexual harassment by Israeli authorities. Another reason is the decision to stop subsidizing ultra-Orthodox passengers' flights to Kyiv on behalf of the "Shuvu Banim" community.

 

Famous stunt that came to be known as “Nesterov’s loop” began aerobatics era

 

The United States Embassy in Kyiv remembers Ukrainian Independence Day in an unusual way

September 3rd is the first day of classes and the last day to sign up for a class is September 13th.

 

For more information about courses or the Ukrainian Studies Program at Columbia University, please contact Mark Andryczyk at ukrainianstudies@columbia.edu or (212) 854-4697.

The new U.S. ambassador takes viewers along on his tour of the Honchar Museum

 

Lacking an interest in football clubs and other pursuits of the wealthy, one very rich Pakistani-Ukrainian decided instead to promote the singing career of his wife and “send Lady Gaga into retirement.”

Jewish Daily Forward: “Each year, thousands of Hasidic Jews travel to Ukraine to visit the grave of Rabbi Nachman of Breslav.”

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