Two Putin Allies Were Set To Lead Ukraine Had Russia Captured Kyiv, Overthrown Zelensky: Report
The top candidates in consideration were Ukrainian businessman Viktor Medvechuk and former President Viktor Yanukovych.
Russia Is Recruiting Young Palestinians To Fight In Ukraine; Offers Them $350
A majority of Palestinian refugees who were deployed to Ukraine came from Ein Al-Khalwa, the largest Palestinian refugee camp in Lebanon.
Putin Admits 'Losses' In Russian Military As Ukraine War Continues
Russia is estimated to have lost between 40,000 to 149,000 troops in the war in Ukraine.
UNITED24, Monobank Partner With Mark Hamill For 'Star Wars'-inspired Fundraising For Ukraine
The fundraising campaign aims to collect $1.6 million for Ukraine to purchase drones.
Putin's Girlfriend Owns The Largest Penthouse In Russia, $120 Million In Real Estate: Report
The penthouse features a swimming pool, a movie theater, a patio and a private helipad.
'Russia Has Lost', Putin's Army Will Emerge A 'Shattered Military Power': DoD Official
Under Secretary of Defense for Policy Dr. Kahl also said Russia is unlikely to take over all of Ukraine as it initially planned when it launched the war.
Ukraine Partners With Banks, Global Organizations To Offer Loans To Local Businesses
Ukraine has partnered with Kredobank, the European EBRD and Oschandbank.
These 10 Countries Still Support Russia And Its Ukraine Invasion
Belarus, one of the biggest supporters of Russia's invasion of Ukraine, served as the launching pad for Moscow's military operations that began in February 2022.
Russia Sends Fighters With AIDS, Some Terminally Ill; Corpses Lying On Streets: Ukraine Soldier
Russia's Wagner Group is reportedly recruiting prisoners with AIDS, syphilis and hepatitis to fight in the war against Ukraine.
Belarus' Ikea Copycat To Open 10 Stores In Russia By End Of 2023
Belarusian home good firms Swed House may also open up to 50 stores across Russia in the coming years.
Inflation Effects On Consumers: Americans Spent $395 More In January To Purchase Same Goods
The consumer price index rose by 7.5% in January from last year, making it the fastest increase since February 1892.
Russian Soldiers Hold Muslim Ukrainians Captive, Force Them To Help Or Be Killed
The Russian army is capturing Muslim Ukrainians from temporarily-occupied regions.
NATO Has 'Seen Signs' China Is Planning To Supply Lethal Aid To Russia: Stoltenberg
NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg warned China against supporting Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
Putin 'Could Never Have Imagined' Russia's Losses In Ukraine War, But Nation 'Will Not Disappear'
Russia has lost over 145,000 military personnel in the year-long war against Ukraine.
Putin Is 'Afraid' Of NATO's Response To Nuclear Weapon Use: 'Russia Has No Chance'
President Joe Biden called Russia's decision to suspend its participation in the New START treaty a "big mistake."
Missile System Spotted Near Stadium Where Putin Gave 4-Minute Speech
The air defense systems were deployed on the rooftops of homes in Moscow last month.
Global Leaders Show Support For Ukraine's NATO Membership: 'Future Lies In Europe'
British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak said he has already told his partners and allies that a discussion on Ukraine's NATO membership should be conducted.
Putin Ally Shows Photo Of Multiple Dead Russian Fighters, Blames Military For 'Shell Famine'
Putin ally and Wagner founder Yevgeny Prigozhin also said the Russian military elite refuses to solve the problem of an ammunition shortage.
Putin's 'Invincible' And 'Very Expensive' Hypersonic Missile Has Major Limitations, Expert Reveals
Russia's Zircon hypersonic missiles can travel at Mach 9 or about 6,000 mph.
Trump's PAC Spent $16 Million On Legal Fees In 2022 Amid His Many Lawsuits
At least $12.5 million was paid to 16 law firms that represented Trump, his businesses and family interests in lawsuits in 2021 and 2022.
Putin Slams Russian Oligarchs, Mocks Them Over Western Sanctions: 'They Just Got Robbed'
Russian President Vladimir Putin also labeled oligarchs living overseas as traitors to the Russian state.
Leaked Putin Document Shows Russia's Plan To 'Take Control' Of Belarus By 2030
The internal strategy document, which was completed in the fall of 2021, was leaked from Russian President Vladimir Putin's executive office.
Trump Boasts About 'Very Good Relationship' With Putin As Biden Visits Ukraine Amid Russia War
Former President Donald Trump also claimed Putin would never have invaded Ukraine had he still been in the White House.
Russia Allocates Billions To Develop 'Patriotic' Video Games Amid The Ukraine War
Several projects are currently underway, including a game based on the Time of Troubles, a Russian private military company located in Africa.
Russia Uses Putin's Planes To Transport Corpses Of Dead Soldiers From Ukraine: Report
The presidential air fleet is being operated by Rossiya Airlines, a subsidiary of the state-owned Aeroflot Group.
Biden Announces New $460 Million US Aid To Ukraine: Here's What's Included
In total, the Biden administration has committed more than $30.4 billion in military aid to Ukraine.
Putin Creating More 'Conflicts In Europe' To 'Divert' West's Attention Away From Ukraine: Osmani
Kosovo President Vjosa Osmani also warned that Russia is attempting to use tactics it used in 2014 to destabilize eastern Ukraine.
Ukraine Official Warns World Russia's Nuclear Weapons Will 'Touch Everyone On Our Planet'
Kyiv Mayor Vitali Klitschko said it is a "huge mistake" for people outside of Ukraine to think the war does not affect them.
Russian Official Reveals 'Most Despicable Act' By Ukraine During War
The Russian official also accused Kyiv of banning the use of the Russian language and dividing the Russian Orthodox Church.
Russian Army Officials Accept $1,000 Bribes In Exchange For Soldiers' Vacations: Ukraine Intel
Russian army officials are reportedly offering short-term vacations to privates and sergeants.