A Russian soldier's wife revealed that the Federal Security Service first summoned servicemen who belonged to the Black Sea Fleet for "interviews."
TIME magazine's director of photography said the featured photos reflect "the sentiment humming in the background, and sometimes roaring quite loudly."
The UAF General Staff said that the Russian army has lost more than 230 soldiers and over 15 pieces of military equipment in the Zaporizhzhia region over the previous days.
The billionaire's death is the third in the string of mysterious deaths of crypto leaders over the past weeks.
Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said missiles and artillery systems play a significant role in "effectively defeating the enemy."
The prisoners recruited by the infamous Wagner mercenary group were imprisoned for committing crimes of rape and murder, a report said.
The director of Russian independent pollster Levada Center believed that Vladimir Putin's mobilization order contributed to the rise in support of peace talks.
Sergey Naryshkin, the Director of the Foreign Intelligence Service of Russia, claimed that Poland believes it deserves compensation for providing Ukraine with military aid and accommodation for war refugees.
Ukrainian military intelligence also suggested that Russia is planning to have its cadets in military educational institutions graduate earlier than usual to help bolster Moscow's ranks.
Russia has reportedly lost more than 88,300 soldiers since the invasion began in February.
The rollout of the crowd-dispersing drone is seen as Russia's response to some concerns about large anti-war protests that could break out in the country.
Lukashenko Fears Russia Will Assassinate Him, But Killing President Is 'Catastrophic For Putin': Report
Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko's fears were allegedly triggered after the sudden death of his Foreign Minister Vladimir Makei.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky added that Russia is losing "hundreds" of troops in the Donetsk region daily.
The ongoing Russian-Ukraine war and lockdowns in China in the face of interest rate hikes could renew supply chain woes and push the U.S. economy into stagflation in 2023.
The Russian soldiers' mothers and wives will be sent to the Russian-occupied Donbas region.
The widow of the Russian colonel believed that her husband wanted to tell Russian officials that there was a problem in their war efforts.
The soldiers were conducting "Donbas Evacuation" operations when they saved the grandmother from her home near the frontline.
Russian President Vladimir Putin paid tribute to the soldiers defending "Novorossiya"—a historical term for "new Russia" often used by Russian nationalists.
The recovery army has been deployed to the regions of Sumy, Chernihiv, Kyiv, Donetsk, Poltava and Rivne.
Several of the world's most prominent news organizations released a letter calling for the U.S. to drop charges against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.
Russian General Andriy Gurulev said targeting Ukraine's banking infrastructure would plunge the country into chaos.
In March, U.S. intelligence also suggested Putin is being misled by people in his inner circle about the Russian army's poor performance in the war in Ukraine.
Peter Kotin, the president of Energoatom, said the Russian army appeared to be planning to hand over control of the Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant to the IAEA.
The speaker of the Russian State Duma said 45,000 babies born to Russian surrogate mothers have been taken abroad in the past few years.
Russia last week claimed Ukrainian forces shelled the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant.
The Ukrainian anti-disinformation office branded Russian media's claims of staging a power plant shutdown as "pure manipulation."
The top Russian infectious diseases specialist noted that the elderly and immunocompromised people make up the bulk of COVID-19 hospitalizations.
In a new document distributed to military personnel, Russia said it needed at least 5 million soldiers to win the war in Ukraine, according to a report.
As of 2020, Russia had an overall life expectancy of 71 years.
A Russian LGBT support group fears that the ban might unleash a new wave of discrimination against the community within the country.