Despite his country's losses, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin, no longer has any chance of winning the war as "he's almost isolated."
The deputy head of a regional military administration in Ukraine collaborated with a medical official to earn money for ambulance transport services that were supposed to be free.
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A host of a Russian state TV show also said Russia is being forced to consider demilitarizing the entire NATO alliance.
The footage from the banks of Isakivs'ke Reservoir in Luhansk first appeared in Telegram.
The high-ranking officials who were caught dissing Russian President Vladimir Putin were Colonels Maksin Vlasov and Vitaly Kovtun.
The videos were found in a mobile phone confiscated from a Russian soldier by Ukrainian authorities.
There have been several reports of mutiny and declining morale among Russian soldiers as the war in Ukraine stretches into its fourth month.
The local officials were accused of offering Russian soldiers accommodation in several Ukrainian villages.
The corpses of Russian soldiers are stored in refrigerator trains stationed in different regions across Ukraine.
Some of the items stolen by Russian soldiers included sneakers, canned goods and tents.
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The neo-Nazi fighters are part of the Russian Imperial Legion and Rusich groups.
Zelensky said Ukrainian forces will continue fighting to free "our land and our people" from the Russians.
At least four Russian commanders killed in the war were born in Ukraine.
Russian soldiers joining the war in Ukraine are required to purchase their own footwear and body armor, a report said.
The agent had previously gave Russian troops access to information on the deployment of Ukrainian troops.
The soldier said his unit had not been given any equipment apart from snipers "from 1945" to fight in the war.
One of the spies caught by Ukraine's Security Service agents had previously worked for the police department and Interior Ministry in Dnipropetrovky.
The newly released recording of an intercepted phone call between the Russian soldier and his friend comes as the war in Ukraine stretches into its third month.
Ukraine's prosecutor general's office said they are investigating more than 11,000 other cases of war crimes committed by Russian invaders.
The coup comes as more than 27,000 Russian soldiers have been killed in the war in Ukraine.