Speculation that the Russian president is seriously ill continues to swirl, but does the Kremlin have a plan should Putin die or need to step down?
Ukrainian officials have said that the rocket systems have been instrumental in its defenses against Russia's military.
Head of RT, Margarita Simonyan, told Russia's Channel 1 that Ukraine "as it was cannot continue to exist."
A top Russian politician said his country will make more demands in negotiations with Ukraine while adding that Kyiv has resisted peace talks.
In his new book, John Sweeney writes that the Russian president may be terminally ill and questions if Putin would be willing to "kill us all."
Ukraine's defense ministry on Friday announced the arrival of more heavy weaponry from the West.
"They [Russian mothers] hate the government, they hate Putin," Valya said. "They all want this war to end."
Igor Korotchenko, a prominent Russian military journalist, also called for strikes on Ukraine's bridges and railways.
The Belarusian president also charged that America's influence is a threat to "the system of global security."
The Russian president slammed the "hostile actions of Western countries" during a meeting with lawmakers last week.
Russian prosecutors are also reportedly putting pressure on tech companies to pull content that's not supportive of the war in Ukraine.
The Ukrainian council member also stated that Western-supplied weapons "are already changing the course of the war."
Lithuania angered Moscow after it imposed the European Union's restrictions on materials heading to Russia's Kaliningrad region on the Baltic sea coast.
A pro-Kremlin party said using the term "president" has " always embarrassed us" because of its U.S. roots.
Families of soldiers killed in Putin's war are being monitored incase they voice public opposition to the conflict, according to Kyiv intelligence.
"Trump, Trump, Trump" exclaimed anchor Vladimir Solovyov on his show on the channel Russia-1.
Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said the British prime minister "doesn't like us very much, we don't like him either."
The Kremlin said it would "hardly be considered appropriate" for Russia to wish Biden a happy Independence Day.
Multinational oil corporation Shell is currently invested in the venture, as are Japanese companies Mitsui and Mitsubishi.
A Kremlin spokesperson claimed that the conflict will end when Kyiv orders Ukrainian nationalists to surrender their weaponry.
"I think Putin is ill, but not in the way that most people think Putin is ill. Putin is mentally ill...," financier and political activist Bill Browder said.
Russia's foreign ministry has expanded its blacklist of foreigners in a tit-for-tat response.
Lithuania's defense ministry said similar cyberattacks are likely to continue after Moscow warned of "serious consequences" related to the transit blockade.
Video footage showed a motorcade rushing towards the Kremlin building, the seat of the Russian government.
Mikhail Khodorkovsky, who served 10 years in jail after openly criticizing Russian President Vladimir Putin, called on NATO to do more for Ukraine.
The retired Russian colonel is reportedly in critical condition after being found shot in his home.
"Ukraine knows everything very well," Kremlin spokesperson Dmitry Peskov said when asked to clarify Moscow's demands.
Britain's prime minister said Russia's recent military advances have come at a cost that could end up turning the tide of the war in Ukraine.
Will extending the war in Ukraine better Russia's chances of declaring an eventual victory?