Russian President Vladimir Putin added "a special combat service regime" to his nuclear forces after accusing top NATO countries' leaders of "making aggressive statements."
An Estonian Foreign Ministry spokesperson told Newsweek that all Ukrainians—whether in civilian clothes or in uniform—will be allowed to enter the country.
"We'll be happy to receive any Jew that wants to immigrate from Ukraine to Israel," Israeli Foreign Ministry spokesperson Lior Hayat told Newsweek
Many call mysterious pilot a "hero" and the "first European Ace since World War II."
"Russian attacks on a kindergarten and an orphanage are war crimes," said Ukraine's Minister of Foreign Affairs.
Democratic parliaments around the world must intensify their support for Tunisia and meet with Tunisians who truly aspire for freedom and a way forward.
Beijing previously said it understood Russia's "reasonable concern on security issues."
If this conflict is to recede peacefully, Ukraine, with the encouragement of the U.S. and Europe, has no choice but to come to the negotiating table with the very man who authorized a war against it.
The alert came as the Ukrainian defense ministry said Russian forces appeared to have infiltrated a residential district of Kyiv.
A new poll has found that 56 percent of registered voters don't think Biden has been tough enough on Russia.
Ukrainian President President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has said the soldiers will each be awarded the Hero of Ukraine medal posthumously.
The woman told the soldier to put flower seeds in his pocket so that they would be planted if he died on Ukraine soil.
"After the air and artillery end and the ground war really starts, I think Kyiv falls in just a few days," one former senior U.S. intelligence officer told Newsweek.
U.S. intelligence officials told Newsweek that Russian Tu-95s were being prepped to fly and Spetsnaz were operational as President Vladimir Putin announced an operation to "demilitarize" Ukraine.
U.S. officials told Newsweek that Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has been informed a full Russian invasion involving airstrikes, missiles and ground troops is imminent.
The notice came after Russian President Vladimir Putin's decision to move his troops into eastern Ukraine on Monday.
At a UN Security Council meeting, China's Ambassador Zhang Jun continued to call for the implementation of the Minsk II agreement.
"We cannot simply use competition to define bilateral relations." Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi was said to have told Secretary of State Antony Blinken.
As reports emerge of Russian peacekeeping units entering Ukraine's Donbas, a senior administration official said "Russia has occupied these regions since 2014."
"These people they are mothers, fathers, daughters, sons, they just to protect their families, protect what's theirs" said an American who is training Ukrainian civilians.
Tensions have risen dramatically in eastern Ukraine, with reports of intensifying shelling and fighting between Ukrainian forces and Russian-backed separatists.
Evacuations have been ramped up as shelling in the Russian-backed separatist enclaves of Luhansk and Donetsk has escalated in recent days.
An FBI report obtained by Newsweek warns "the private sector about the threat of Russian state-sponsored advanced persistent threat (APT) cyber activities, while tensions with Russia are heightened."
The fight broke out between the two men over an argument about whether or not Vladimir Putin was a "murderer and a criminal."
"It is my recommendation that Ukraine withdraws her troops from the territory...as soon as possible," Donbas rebel envoy in Finland Johan Bäckman told Newsweek.
"You see issues like Crimea and Ukraine, in particular, and other areas now pressuring this bubble, this balloon, that was around the Arctic," U.S. Arctic Research Commission Chair Michael Sfraga told Newsweek.
The vice president is leading the U.S. delegation to the Munich Security Conference as tensions remain high between Russia and Ukraine.
Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Wang Wenbin asked that the U.S. not "hype up and sensationalize the crisis and escalate tensions" over Ukraine.