Russia has lost 173,360 personnel since it launched its full-scale invasion of Ukraine more than a year ago, Ukrainian data showed.
The elderly man maintained he was expressing pacifist convictions as a Christian, according to reports.
The new agreement could potentially last beyond the NBA star's playing career, according to reports.
Eight of Ukraine's Offensive Guard brigades should be ready by Saturday, officials previously claimed.
The court action comes after repeated pleas from mothers, some of whom have already paid the man in the past for him to stop donating his sperm.
The IOC reaffirmed its condemnation of Russia's invasion but provided recommendations on how organizers can admit athletes with Russian and Belarusian passports to their competitions.
Doctors expect allergy conditions to return to a baseline level after spring rains subside and tree pollen decreases in June.
Fighting continues in the besieged Ukrainian city of Bakhmut, where up to 30,000 Russian servicemen have reportedly been killed or wounded, according to Western intelligence.
The man's lawyer was allegedly unaware of his client's plans.
Ukraine will require $11 billion for Expo 2030, according to officials.
No one was injured in the rescue, according to reports.
Amid Russia's reported losses, Russian forces have made some gains in Ukraine's partially occupied Donetsk province, according to Western intelligence.
More than 13 million people in Ukraine have been displaced a year into Russia's invasion, according to data provided by the United Nations' refugee agency.
The families of the two children have reached a settlement, but it was unclear if the girl or her family will face any charges for the incident.
The study's lead author insisted "there's certainly no imminently dangerous effects of drinking coffee."
Russian forces occupying Ukrainian territory "continue to suffer heavy losses," according to the Ukrainian military.
A GoFundMe page for the victim's family has raised more than $76,000 as of writing.
There are accounts of Kim's father and predecessor sending members of his staff to prison or the firing squad for "very minor offenses," an expert said.
Ukrainian forces were able to spot the Wagner Group fighters using aerial reconnaissance, they said.
The "extreme attrition" of Russian forces may have been the primary factor that caused Russia's assault on Bakhmut to stall, according to Western intelligence.
No M1 Abrams was destroyed by enemy fire during the Gulf War, which is where the U.S. and its coalition allies faced off against T-72 series tanks that Russia still uses.
The provision of newer, but more costly, cancer medicines may ease hospitals' burden and speed up processes, a top official from one facility suggested.
The snake catcher who relocated the reptile warned the public on social media to "check the bed carefully tonight."
Russia's Defense Ministry plans to recruit 400,000 contract soldiers this year to replenish its forces, according to reports.
Aspiring soldiers need only be at least 18 years old and fit for service, according to reports.
The British prince's visit to southeastern Poland was kept secret until he arrived in Warsaw over security reasons, according to reports.
The man was arrested on a misdemeanor battery count and booked into the Marion County jail, according to a report.
The man has "banished" the shirt to the closet following the incident, according to a report.
Sanitation Commissioner Jessica Tisch acknowledged during a City Council hearing earlier this month that they "don't have an effective strategy" for the issue.
Investigations into the incident are ongoing, according to police.