Even as Russian troops have retreated from key neighboring areas, Moldova remains exposed to Moscow's "energy blackmail."
Police have not yet identified a suspect in the killings of four University of Idaho students who were found dead in their beds on November 13.
Mystery surrounds the case after the grim discovery that four University of Idaho students were stabbed to death in their beds more than two weeks ago.
The Moscow Police Department confirmed on Friday that it is yet to identify a suspect for the crime.
A police press conference earlier in the week sparked theories that the killings could be linked to an unsolved stabbing in Oregon.
Two of the Idaho Universities students stabbed to death may have "ditched" a man the night before, according to an eyewitness.
Police have received a tip potentially linking the Idaho quadruple murder with an unsolved double stabbing in Oregon.
A Russian official told a radio station that Vladimir Putin's so-called "special military operation" likely has played a role in the surge.
Russian officials argued the partial mobilization is having adverse effects on the "psychological state" of Russian society in a rare rebuke of the invasion.
The two surviving roommates are not viewed by police as suspects.
The episode is a rare example of disagreement among some of the Kremlin's strongest supporters.
A fire broke out in a two-story warehouse in the Russian capital's Komsomolskaya Square, Russian authorities said.
Police have released an update after four University of Idaho students were found murdered on Sunday.
Vladimir Solovyov complained of "severe problems," saying they must be overcome with an "iron fist" response.
More than 40 foreign fighters were killed in the attack, according to Russian Lieutenant General Igor Konashenkov.
"We have anti-air defense, but not anti-missile defense," a spokesperson for Ukraine's Air Force said on Tuesday.
"Alexander Pisarev is the standard of friendship, decency and courage of a Russian person," his team said in a statement mourning the fighter's death.
Europeans are already discontent with the impacts of Moscow's war in Ukraine, including the energy crisis that emerged as a consequence of the invasion.
Most Americans think overthrowing Putin is a "reasonable objective," according to a Newsweek poll.
Earlier, government officials quit in droves after a colleague who was conscripted as part of Russia's mobilization decree died in Ukraine.
Multiple videos on social media have begun to circulate showing Russian vehicles on Moscow streets sparking concerns a coup is underway.
Helsinki is concerned about Moscow using migration to pressure the country into lifting sanctions and travel bans on Russians.
The WNBA star was arrested in the days leading up to Russian President Vladimir Putin's invasion of Ukraine.
Betting websites are offering odds on a Russian nuclear attack before the end of the year.
Moscow Mayor Sergey Sobyanin said on Monday that the goals of the partial mobilization "have been achieved in full."
Kirill Kabanov said Friday that he received a complaint from a Russian worker who was "detained during a 'raid' on draft dodgers."
Newsweek takes you through the most serious nuclear war near misses since the Cuban Missile Crisis, and compares them with the ongoing Ukraine war.
"Putin, and this is the great irony, is in danger of being outflanked by the very political constituency he created," said former head of MI6 Alex Younger.