The Eastern European nation's foreign minister warned that "summer will be hot" for Russians attacking his country.
"The longer the range of the systems that will be delivered, the further we will move back the Nazis," Russia's foreign minister said Monday.
One Russian official issued a warning that biblical figures mentioned in the book of Revelation are on their way.
More than 230 members of Ukraine's parliament voted to remove the official from her post.
"Where will we stop? Well, as I was saying today, maybe Stonehenge," said Vladimir Solovyov on Monday.
Anna Ivanova, despite her actual views, has been praised by Russian leaders and state-run media, who refer to her fondly as "Grandma Anna."
In a Saturday assessment, the Institute for the Study of War said that there is "eroding military professionalism" within the leadership of Russia's forces.
The United Kingdom's Ministry of Defence has put out daily maps and intelligence briefings on the Russian invasion of Ukraine since it began in late February.
A Russian military court assessed Wednesday that the sacking of 115 servicemembers was justified after troops decided to return to their base instead.
Texas Senator Ted Cruz was one of the 30 lawmakers who signed a September 2021 letter to the White House pushing for an end to the ammunition ban.
He said there have been multiple failures in Russia's invasion of Ukraine, which has led to uncertainty.
Dmitry Peskov, a spokesman for the Kremlin, said during a radio interview that Ukraine must assess the situation "soberly."
Rinat Akhmetov said that his firm has already initiated the legal work necessary to receive compensation from the Russian government.
In response to an article calling Russia a fascist country, a Russian TV host said the United States has been "offering the hallmarks of a fascist state."
A handful of officials and some prominent Russians outside of the government have stepped down since the invasion of Ukraine.
Vadim Shishimarin had pleaded guilty to killing an unarmed 62-year-old man in northeastern Ukraine in February.
"Now we will never know how many civilians from Mariupol were actually killed by a Russian bomb at the Drama Theater," wrote an adviser to the city's mayor.
"Two ships with a total volley of up to 16 '3M-54 Kalibr' missiles are ready for use in the Black Sea," said a spokesman from Ukraine's Ministry of Defense.
The columnist painted a rather grim picture for Russia as they continue their invasion of Ukraine.
The mini-bloggers previously cheered Putin's military, but now "criticized Russian armed forces leadership," the Institute for the Study of War said Saturday.
Vladimir Putin's troops are increasingly constrained by "continued low morale and reduced combat effectiveness," the U.K.'s defense ministry said Sunday.
British Foreign Secretary Liz Truss urged fellow Western leaders to "go further and faster" in support of Ukraine.
A report said the effort was part of a larger plan to try to isolate Ukrainian forces from support or reinforcement by units in the west of the country.
The dramatic footage was captured by a dashcam in a vehicle headed in the direction of the blast.
The Russian president said that his country was "confidently managing in the face of external challenges."
Some observers questioned why Putin was wearing a blanket during the Victory Day festivities, while others suggested the president was limping at the event.
Republican Senator Lindsey Graham warned Sunday that "if Putin's still standing after all of this, then the world's going to be a very dark place."
The figure doesn't take into consideration how much Russia may have lost financially because of the severe economic sanctions.
Ukraine's former president called for international support of the Republican congressman's resolution.
A Russian government official says Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky doesn't want a peace deal because it would end badly for him.