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Goodbye Ukraine...

‘’Bye!’’ I called cheerily to my friends as I prepared to board a Kyiv-bound train.
There were long hugs, the happy sounds of laughter and teary (not really teary) goodbyes, and at last, I was on my way out of Ternopil, a little city I’d called home for the past six years and on my way back to my other home, Nigeria. 944 more words


Right Sector Ternopil protests migrant invaders

A protest was held by the militants of Right Sector in Ternopil, after a young Ukrainian girl was raped by an arab studying at the local university. 68 more words


Into Podolia

Vasyl, our great driver, brought Sylvia and me to Vinnytsia in Podolia today. On the way we have taken a look on the Jewish cemetery of Ternopil and have visited Medzhybizh – the place where the Baal Shem Tov, the founder of Hasidism, was buried. 285 more words

Jewish Cemeteries