Yekaterinburg police investigate shots fired at synagogue
Michael Oshtrakh, the chairman of the Sverdlovsk Regional Society of Jewish Culture Hatikva, said Yekaterinburg, which is Russia's fourth largest city, has a Jewish population of approximately 6,500, JTA reports.
In March, a Jewish community center in the central Russian city of Perm sustained damage in what police said may have been part of an anti-Semetic hate crime.
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