Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko on Saturday voiced his concerns to the Russian president about the "aggressive" actions of Poland and Lithuania.
Ukrainian officials have requested more weapons as Russian forces gain key victories.
Head of the State Duma Vyacheslav Volodin said if West sends nuclear warheads to Kyiv, there will be a "conflict in the center of Europe."
This is the cool moment elephants take a break from the heat at a zoo's new enclosure.
The device, weighing 110 pounds was found during construction work, and local police said it was "a very dangerous find."
Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov said he'd take European countries and "America wouldn't have any allies left."
"After Ukraine, if we're given the command, in six seconds we'll show you what we're capable of," Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov said.
"When are we going to see formula in the mouths of babies in America without any stress in terms of getting it?" Mika Brzezinski asked the U.S. surgeon general.
Host of '60 Minutes' Olga Skabeyeva made the threat on the Kremlin propaganda channel.
Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin said that a conflict with NATO is a fight that Vladimir Putin "really doesn't want to have and that would very quickly escalate."
A Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman said she knows who is responsible for the attack on Russia's ambassador to Poland.
A video shows Sergey Andreev's face covered in the red substance, shortly after he attempted to lay a wreath at the cemetery of Soviet soldiers in Warsaw.
Russia's foreign ministry announced it had conducted simulated missile strikes near a region between Poland and Lithuania.
Moscow has cut gas to Poland and Bulgaria, raising concerns over which other countries might face a halt to energy supplies.
Polish Climate Minister Anna Moskwa said "there will be no shortage of gas in Polish homes" after Russian energy giant Gazprom halted exports.
Since Russian President Vladimir Putin's war against Ukraine began on February 24, some 4.9 million Ukrainians have fled for neighboring countries, according to the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR).
Most of Ukraine's 11 million displaced people want to return, but it's unclear how much will be left if they do.
A provocative statement from a Russian official reenforces concerns experts have that Russia could drag other countries into its war in Ukraine.
Groups have met around the country in recent weeks to show their gratitude by cleaning up parks and other public places.
Polish prosecutors say the Russian man collected information on military units and their equipment. If found guilty, he could face 10 years behind bars.
Russia is amassing troops and armored vehicles in Donbas, where Ukrainian officials expect a huge battle to break out soon.
"I think the global growth of interest in Ukrainian tells us something about how much the world cares about the situation," Duolingo's Dr. Cindy Blanco said.
Ukrainian politicians urged the leaders of more Western democracies to visit the capital as the British prime minister did Saturday to show solidarity.
Oliwia Dabrowska starred as the "girl in the red coat" in the 1993 film aged 3. She is now providing aid to Ukrainian refugees.
Jaroslaw Kaczynski also called for more American troops to shore up Europe's eastern flank and face down Russia.
Ukrainian officials are in talks with the Polish government to "completely close" the country's border with Belarus, Ukraine's ambassador to Poland said.
The 4 million people who have fled represent almost 10 percent of the pre-war Ukrainian population, according to the United Nations' refugee agency.