"Maybe now is the time to go 'into the streets' to stop this insane President," the Republican lawmaker tweeted.
A Kremlin spokesperson claimed that the conflict will end when Kyiv orders Ukrainian nationalists to surrender their weaponry.
Ukrainian law enforcement officers carried out the raids in order to verify citizens' compliance with martial law restrictions and to prevent curfew violations.
Ukrainian military officials posted footage of its forces striking Russian targets on the occupied island.
Vladimir Solovyov said that Russia was only using 18 percent of its army in Ukraine and a "peacetime" army.
A 7-year-old girl was pulled out of the rubble alive following Sunday's attack, according to Ukrainian officials.
Putin wants to drag Belarus into the Ukraine war "as a direct participant," officials in Kyiv said Saturday after the attacks.
The Eastern European nation's foreign minister warned that "summer will be hot" for Russians attacking his country.
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Dmitry Medvedev derided French, German and Italian leaders who visited the Ukrainian capital Kyiv as "fans of frogs, liverwurst, and spaghetti."
France's president applauded Ukrainian "heroism" and decried Russia's "barbarism" after touring the heavily damaged suburb of Irpin.
Photos of Ukrainians using beaches in Kyiv and Mariupol have led to conspiratorial claims about the country's conflict with Russia.
Russian Foreign Ministry spokesperson Maria Zakharova claimed without offering evidence that Russia learned the U.S. played a role in the stalled negotiations.
Speaking to a forum of young professionals, the Russian leader said there have been moments in history when Russia retreated in order to "move forward."
Pro-Kremlin television host Olga Skabeyeva said "it's time for Russia to roll out something," appearing to float the idea of missiles.
Reports say Russia's military may be having manpower issues. However, the potential use of conscripts could be a politically risky move.
A 13-year-old girl whose family was allegedly fatally shot by Russian soldiers played dead so she wouldn't meet the same fate, police say.
A Russian journalist on state-run television said that the development was "a very interesting paradox."
The report out of Ukraine says Russia has forced individuals into military service in areas it occupies in the Donetsk region.
As the war in Ukraine continues on, some experts say Russia's military is losing its reputation as one of the world's mightiest forces.
Today marks the 100th day since Russia invaded Ukraine. For Putin, it's not gone according to plan.
"We understand that no one will be able to stay away and avoid being affected when a catastrophe of such enormity occurs in the world," Zelensky said.
The lawmakers were previously branded "traitors" for appealing to the Russian president to withdraw his troops from Ukraine.
According to one estimate, Russia is spending about 21 billion rubles—or more than $330 million—a day on the war in Ukraine.
State Duma's member Oleg Morozov said he dreams of all Western politicians visiting Kyiv being kidnapped and brought to Moscow "to face trial."
A Facebook post claims that Russian troops refused to obey an order from General Valery Solodchuk, who had come to the Donetsk region to visit the frontlines, and almost shot him.
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.
A Russian military court assessed Wednesday that the sacking of 115 servicemembers was justified after troops decided to return to their base instead.
Experts tell Newsweek that Putin's recent decree that eases citizenship requirements for residents of occupied territories could be a strategic move.