Russia will still deploy Wagner troops despite "ongoing feud"—U.K.
Mercenary group founder Yevgeny Prigozhin said his troops have started to withdraw from positions around the Donetsk city.
"Exhausted" Wagner Group unlikely to fight beyond Bakhmut–ISW
Ukraine has insisted that fighting is continuing in the Donetsk city that Wagner founder Yevgeny Prigozhin claims has been taken.
Former Russian commander rips "strategic senselessness" of Bakhmut victory
Igor Girkin wrote on Telegram that Russia "washed themselves in blood" after Wagner Group founder Yevgeny Prigozhin claimed victory in the Donetsk city.
Prigozhin says his Wagner fighters have taken full control of Bakhmut
The Wagner founder made the claim in a post on his Telegram channel. A video shows him holding the Russian flag next to his troops.
Video shows Ukrainian troops fighting on the destroyed streets of Bakhmut
"No video shot in Bakhmut will fully convey what is really happening in the city," wrote the Ukrainian armed forces next to the clip.
Russia sending more units to Bakhmut after Ukraine's "tactical gains"—U.K.
The British Ministry of Defense said that Moscow was showing a "notable commitment" to taking the Donetsk city.
Battle for Bakhmut swinging in Ukraine's favor—and Russia knows it
Military spokesperson Serhiy Cherevaty has been quoted as saying Ukrainian troops had advanced up to 500 meters in the direction of Bakhmut in a day.
Ukraine's Bakhmut counterattack is building momentum
Deputy Defense Minister Hanna Malyar praised the "steadfastness and courage" of Ukrainian soldiers who were preventing Russian forces from surrounding Bakhmut.
Ukraine's Bakhmut gains buoying troops ahead of counter: Kyiv official
"It's not huge, but it's enough for our soldiers to feel like they did something great," Oleksandr Korniyenko told Newsweek.
Prigozhin says Russian military fleeing Bakhmut
Russian units are "fleeing" Bakhmut, not regrouping, Wagner Group head Yevgeny Prigozhin said, challenging the Russian Defense Ministry's version of events.
Ukraine's rumored gains in Bakhmut spark confused Russian response
On Friday, Ukraine's Deputy Defense Minister Hanna Malyar said Ukraine's armed forces had advanced over a mile.
Ukraine forces launch successful Bakhmut counterattack—ISW
The think tank said Kyiv's troops have made small gains west and southwest of the Donetsk town.
Bakhmut on fire as Ukraine accuses Russia of using "phosphorus bombs"
"Looks like something out of a video game," wrote one Twitter user about the footage shared by Ukraine's military.
Russia lost 100,000 soldiers in four months amid battle of Bakhmut: U.S.
Russia has reportedly expended massive amounts of resources in Bakhmut, allegedly deploying Wagner troops with little direction or training.
Putin set to deport more Ukrainian children to Russia – ISW
Ukraine has said that Russia is looking to forcibly deport children from the city of Horlivka.
Russians "tense" amid "sporadic" Ukraine counterattacks: Pro-Putin leader
Russian troops in eastern and southern Ukraine are still on the offensive while Kyiv prepares its own spring counter.
Mariupol before and after photos reveal how Russia has devastated Ukraine
Google Earth images show the destruction of the Ukrainian port city that was besieged by Russian forces.
Video shows Russian tank engulfed in fiery explosion after "SSO" strike
The reported strike comes as Russian media boasted about the arrival of the long-awaited T-14 Armata tanks.
How Russia's seven front lines shape up for Ukraine's counteroffensive
Moscow's forces are involved in five offensive and two defensive operations, the Institute for the Study of War said.
Russians are weaponizing passports in occupied Ukraine—U.K. intel
Ukrainian politician Lyudmila Denisova said weeks into the war that Ukrainian citizens were having their passports seized and replaced with Russian ones.
Ukrainian soldier fends off Russian attack in incredible 11 minute video
The clip purportedly shows the Da Vinci Wolves fighting for the so-called Road of Life in Bakhmut.
Russia claims new Bakhmut territory as Kyiv hopes to "break morale"
Russia's defense ministry said Ukrainian units were destroying the city's infrastructure and buildings in a bid to slow down the advance of Russian troops.
Ukraine reveals intense fighting on Bakhmut's streets in new video
Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu has said that Moscow's armed forces will be able to advance deep inside Ukraine if Bakhmut falls.
Russian army cannot sustain multiple offensives at once, Ukraine says
As Russia braces for Ukraine to launch its counteroffensive, the bloody battle for the city of Bakhmut in eastern Ukraine continues to rage.
Ukraine has "no possibility" of retreat in "sealed off" Bakhmut—Reports
Almost 4,500 Russian fighters were killed or wounded in the Bakhmut area in the past fortnight, Ukraine's General Staff of the Armed Forces said on Thursday.
Video shows heavy combat in Bakhmut as Russia goes "scorched earth"
Russia has reportedly invested heavily and exhausted numerous resources in its effort to control Bakhmut and other key cities in the Donetsk region of Ukraine.
Russia using "scorched earth" tactics in Bakhmut—Kyiv
Russia is "destroying buildings and positions with air strikes and artillery fire" in Bakhmut, the head of Ukraine's ground forces said.
Russia sacrifices resources for "minimal" gains in city with key road: U.K.
The intense conflict over Marinka, Ukraine, has left what once was a city of 10,000 empty of people and largely destroyed.
Bakhmut on the brink as Russian forces "regain momentum"—U.K. intel
Russia's advance in and around the city "had largely stalled" at the end of March, the British defense ministry said on Friday.
Ukrainian reserve officer says Russia is forming special "Storm Z" units
The specialized units will be deployed among Russia's key frontline formations in areas where Russian offensives have been widely unsuccessful.