Polish President Andrzej Duda said the missile that killed two people in the eastern part of the country was "most likely" produced in Russia.
French Politician Says Helping Ukraine By Sending Weapons 'Only Prolong' The War, Encourage Conflict
The French politician stressed that the conflict in Ukraine can only be resolved through diplomatic means.
The Russian Defense Ministry denied targeting Poland's border and called Polish media's reporting "a deliberate provocation in order to escalate the situation."
Aleksandr Dugin, known as "Putin's Brain," blamed the West for implying that he has turned against the Russian leader.
The Russian foreign ministry said they imposed the bans on individuals involved in shaping an "aggressive anti-Russian policy."
The UN General Assembly adopted a resolution Monday called for Russia to pay Ukraine reparations. Russia said the move was outside the assembly's jurisdiction.
The Kremlin-linked businessman did not specify the reason why he requested an investigation into St. Petersburg Gov. Alexander Beglov.
The Russians removed their helmets and military vests to swim across the Dnipro River, according to a video.
Ukraine's defense ministry said that several animals were found hanging in areas abandoned by the Russian army. Among the tortured animals was a rare gray dwarf hamster.
President Joe Biden and China's Xi Jinping met Monday in Indonesia to discuss the two superpowers' contentious relationship.
Ukraine's President Zelensky visited the liberated province of Kherson on Monday.
Ukraine also revoked the work permits of film crews from Suspline and Hromadske.
President Volodymyr Zelensky added that the unexploded munitions were found in critical infrastructure and civilian facilities.
The warning was made by Ukrainian Air Force spokesperson Yuriy Ignat.
The U.S. believes Russia and Ukraine each have over 100,000 casualties, providing an estimate to the brutal war that rages on.
Russian Soldiers' 'Psychological Condition' Is 'Significantly Deteriorating' Due To Inhumane Conditions At Training Centers
The soldiers were also having difficulties receiving the wages they were promised for joining the Russian army, Ukrainian authorities said.
The women's husbands are part of the "non-existent" Russian military unit 11097 deployed to Luhansk Oblast on Nov. 1.
A retreat from Kherson represents a blow for Putin and a win for Ukraine.
At least 150,000 to 180,000 square meters of land and nearly 14,000 square meters of Ukraine's waters have been contaminated with explosives, Ukraine's human rights commissioner said.
The Russian conscripts are reportedly being held in a basement in the village of Zavitne Bazhannia in Donetsk Oblast.
The Russian Armed Forces have "already stretched" following the mobilization of 300,000 Russians, according to the U.K. defense ministry.
Surveys showed that Russian support for the "military operation" in Ukraine peaked in March and April and began to decline slowly by autumn.
Central Bank of Russia restated that cryptocurrencies and digital assets can never be dubbed as legal tender in Russia.
Ukrainian authorities said that as of Monday, Russia lost a total of 76,460 military personnel, including 530 in the previous day.
The list of brands still operating in Russia include Abbott, AstraZeneca, Johnson & Johnson and Unilever.
One of Vladimir Putin's closes allies admitted to inferring in past U.S. elections, and vows to continue.
Iran has acknowledged its suppliance of deadly drones to Russia for use against Ukraine in its ongoing war.
A report from the U.K. Ministry of Defense found the Russian military has created 'blocking units' to shoot retreating Russian soldiers.
A crowdfunding campaign started by the Prytula Foundation raised $5.5 million in 36 hours to purchase armored vehicles for the Ukrainian military.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed a law that will immediately mobilize citizens convicted of serious crimes.