Russia has already spent at least $82 billion in the war in Ukraine since February.
A Russian soldier's wife revealed that the Federal Security Service first summoned servicemen who belonged to the Black Sea Fleet for "interviews."
The soldiers were ordered to return to the battlefield after they were left pinned down in a Ukrainian village for several days, according to reports.
The director of Russian independent pollster Levada Center believed that Vladimir Putin's mobilization order contributed to the rise in support of peace talks.
Russia also lost a total of 2,911 tanks, 5,866 armored fighting vehicles and 280 aircraft, the Ukrainian military said.
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.
The widow of the Russian colonel believed that her husband wanted to tell Russian officials that there was a problem in their war efforts.
Russian President Vladimir Putin paid tribute to the soldiers defending "Novorossiya"—a historical term for "new Russia" often used by Russian nationalists.
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.
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.
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.
Despite the poll results, a Kremlin source reportedly said Russian President Vladimir Putin's administration does not believe large anti-war protests will occur.
Rafael Grossi, the head of the International Atomic Energy Agency, described the fresh clashes around the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant as a "close call."
An official of Alexei Navalny's Anti-Corruption Foundation accused prison officials of torturing and letting the Russian dissident freeze to death.
Lawyer Maksim Grebeniuk believes the arrests were made "as a warning to others."
The mayor of Melitopol in Ukraine said resistance forces destroyed an ammunition depot and a railway bridge used by Russian troops to transport heavy weapons.
A Ukrainian official said they created mobile groups to document the crimes and offenses made by Russian troops against the Ukrainian children.
Aleksandr Dugin, known as "Putin's Brain," blamed the West for implying that he has turned against the Russian leader.
Some see Russia's Kherson retreat as a tactical concession in a larger conflict with the West, but others find it humiliating and unsurprising.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky did not mention the demand for Russian President Vladimir Putin's ouster while outlining conditions for peace talks Monday.
The Security Service of Ukraine put the priest and his accomplice on its wanted list after the two fled to Russia.
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.
Ukrainian authorities said that as of Monday, Russia lost a total of 76,460 military personnel, including 530 in the previous day.
Patriarch Kirill, the head of the Russian Orthodox Church, warned that "forces outside of Russia" are trying to destabilize the country, Ukraine, and Belarus.
The Pentagon announced Friday they plan to give Ukraine an additional $400 million in military aid.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed a law that will immediately mobilize citizens convicted of serious crimes.