Putin fires "Butcher of Mariupol" Russian general, Mikhail Mizintsev
Mikhail Mizintsev was sanctioned by the U.K. government last year for "reprehensible" actions in Ukraine.
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.
"I'm a combat medic in Ukraine. I hear what Russian soldiers do to women"
I've witnessed first-hand that women in war zones are absolutely vulnerable.
Ukrainian POW used breathing drills to handle interrogation and starvati
"My arms and my legs were in pieces," a soldier from the Azov regiment who survived the Olenivka prison massacre has told Newsweek.
Russian commander's car blown up by resistance fighters in Mariupol—mayor
Moscow has accused Kyiv of carrying out targeted strikes against Russian-appointed officials who have been working with the Kremlin amid the conflict.
Russia's Vladimir Putin Is Stealing Ukraine's Children. What Can We Do?
Russian President Vladimir Putin'sVla troops have long been separating families and detaining anyone in the occupied territories suspected of pro-Ukrainian sentiments.
Pictures of Vladimir Putin's chin spark conspiracy theories
There have been rumors that the Russian president uses body doubles and footage of his visit to Mariupol has prompted further speculation.
Putin's visit to occupied Ukraine shows all is not well
"It was done to increase support and rally people inside of Russia around this war, and to distract from the ICC warrant," an expert told Newsweek.
Putin heckled while visiting Mariupol: "It's all for show"
A resident appeared to scream at the Russian president as he spoke to a crowd, prompting his security to look for the source.
Video explaining how to spot 'real' Putin reemerges after Mariupol visit
Former Russian commander Igor Girkin said that doubles of the Russian president are used when he meets crowds.
Putin's "desperate" Mariupol visit was his "last stand": Governor
New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu has sought to differentiate himself from top GOP presidential contenders about supporting Ukraine.
Putin compared to Hitler for Mariupol visit after ICC warrant
The Russian leader visited Mariupol on Saturday, a day after the International Criminal Court issued a warrant for his arrest over alleged war crimes.
Crimea may become Ukraine's central focus in second year of Putin's war
"It's absolutely more intense now," the president of the American Foreign Policy Council, who recently returned from Ukraine, told Newsweek.
Mariupol explosions have mayor "smiling and waiting for good news"
This is the same city that, in 2022, Boychenko called "one of the worst genocides of civilians in modern history."
Potential Russian capture of Vuhledar may provide key strategic advantages
Russian forces are conducting an offensive in Ukraine's Donbas region as part of a mission with potential long-term implications.
Ukrainian survivors recount horror of Russia's "genocidal" deportation
Survivors of Russia's siege of Mariupol told Newsweek how they were forcibly relocated to Russia, and how some eventually escaped westwards.
Mariupol council says occupiers cast out "demons" with exorcism in Azovstal
The exorcism comes as Moscow has increasingly referred to its invasion of Ukraine as a fight against "Satan."
Russian fighter jet crashes into apartment building across bay from Ukraine
The crash resulted in a fiery explosion that eventually engulfed every floor of the building in flames.
Russian General Removed From Post as 'Mariupol Butcher' Takes Over
Colonel-General Mikhail Mizintsev has been appointed as the country's new deputy defense minister.
Ukraine Timelapse Map Video Shows How Much Russians Have Retreated
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has claimed his troops have captured about 2,400 square miles of territory since the beginning of September.
'Harry Potter' Symbol Adorns Russian Tanks Near Mariupol: Ukraine Official
The triangular sign from the fantasy novel and film series represents the three powerful artifacts needed to create the "Master of Death."
Russian Soldiers Blown Up by Own Mines Responding to Fake Call: Official
"The result is one occupier minus a leg and a hospital in Donetsk. One occupier sings with Kobzon," a Mariupol official said.
Ukraine Cyber Cops Battle Russian Hackers and Con Men Preying on Public
"It is one thing to fight against criminals," Ukraine's cyber chief said, "and another to defend one's country against the cyber attacks of an aggressor."
Russian Media Slammed for 'Bragging' Over New Traffic Lights in Ruined City
"When you beat someone half to death, took everything that was, and then you proudly tell everyone how you gave candy," anti-Russian account writes.
Thousand Ukrainian Children Given 'New Families' in Russia: ISW
Russia is reportedly paying Russian families to adopt Ukrainian children, a now-deleted government post reveals.
Ukraine Warns Russian Brutality Will Be Repaid 'a Hundredfold'
"We are already coming to you to repay your 'kindness and generosity' a hundredfold," Ukraine's military intelligence service said.
Russia to Display Caged War Prisoners on Ukraine Independence Day: Report
The event will allegedly take place in Mariupol, where a building is being "urgently remodeled" in preparation for the August 24 display.
Russian TV Airs Nuclear Missile Warning for U.S., Britain
Panelist on Vremya Pokazhet (Time Will Tell) Yuri Kot said missiles could hit Washington or London, as fears about a possible nuclear escalation grow.
Putin's Military Stole Famous Artwork From Ukraine Museum: Mariupol Council
Mariupol City Council members have publicly accused Russia of mimicking the looting of art by the Nazis during World War II.
Russian-Backed Separatists Seize Non-Ukrainian Ships in Black Sea: Report
A separatist group in Ukraine has "nationalized" two shipping vessels as part of a previously stated plan to create its own fleet.