After a year of war, 'the most meaningful place to be Jewish is Ukraine'
If you’re Jewish, you’re living proof that Putin is lying, says 24-year-old 'Tanya'
In the shadow of Babyn Yar, Ukraine’s Jews return home
At the start of Putin’s invasion of Ukraine in February, Kyiv's Central Synagogue was packed to the gunnels with human misery. Today, the shul is near-normal, as Kyiv bustles almost as busily as before the war started
The corpses and mass graves in Bucha tells the world the case against Putin at his Nuremberg will be overwhelming
An eyewitness account of the horrific evidence of Russian forces' war crimes in this satellite town of Kyiv
Putin’s death cult may not know it but they’ve lost already, the rabbi told me
On the ground in Kyiv, Ukrainians are growing increasingly confident of victory
Armed and ready: Meet the shul-goer and the imam braced for Putin’s onslaught
John Sweeney reports from Kyiv on how this multi-faith city is preparing to repel the Russian invaders
As Jews huddle in Kyiv synagogue, Putin rains down bombs across their country
Reporter John Sweeney on the hell being faced by Ukrainians still in Kyiv