Scholar Olga Lautman warned Saturday that former Soviet Union territories could be at high risk of invasion in the wake of Russia's actions in Ukraine.
Away from the battle for the Donbas region is the body of water where Russia's domination has consequences for the Ukraine war and the world's food supply.
U.S. Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin also warned Saturday that the ongoing war could be a "preview" to a "world of chaos."
Kyiv rejected the U.S. president 's suggestion that his Ukrainian counterpart Volodymr Zelensky did not take warnings about a Russian invasion seriously enough.
Russian authorities in Kherson and Melitopol have started handing out passports to Ukrainian citizens, which Ukrainian officials have called "illegal."
A representative from the Moscow-backed Luhansk authority said talks were underway for civilians to leave the Azot chemical plant.
Ingrida Šimonytė told Newsweek she is more worried by Vladimir Putin's imperial ambitions than fringe elements of Russia's parliament.
Russia's top cyber diplomat warned "aggressive actions" won't go "unanswered" as a U.S. official threatened "consequences on states that use cyber capabilities irresponsibly."
The video shows Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov saying that "Western European states have made all possible attempts to destroy our state."
Video released by the Ukrainian military purports to show a Ukrainian anti-tank missile blowing up a stronghold of Russian troops and ammo.
The State Emergency Service of Ukraine said bomb experts carried out the "dangerous work" in the contested eastern region of Donetsk Oblast.
Donetsk People's Republic accused "Ukrainian nationalists" of firing a missile at a city, resulting in the death of a civilian woman and injuring a man.
The current front lines in Ukraine have been described as evolving into World War I-style trench warfare.
Video shows the moment Russian troops sent a drone into the sky to carry out reconnaissance of hidden Ukrainian targets before launching a deadly strike.
Russia said it has completed its week-long naval drill maneuvers in the Pacific Ocean and performed more than 300 combat exercises.
Pro-Russia troops of Donetsk were seen on video reportedly attacking Ukrainian targets near Avdiivka with tanks, rocket systems, and huge howitzers.
Ukrainian Marines fired a volley of missiles at Russian targets during a military strike in the country's south, footage reportedly shows.
"Every once in a while, something you learn makes you viscerally angry," Biden said from America's busiest port on Friday.
The U.S. Labor Department reported the highest year-over-year Consumer Price Index (CPI) increase since December 1981 on Friday.
Images released by the Ukrainian military purport to show the moment a Russian tank blows up in a massive explosion after being hit by Ukrainian ordnance.
The deputy head of Ukrainian military intelligence said the conflict has become an "artillery war" and that Ukraine is reliant on weapons provided by the West.
Valeria Goldenberg Mikhailovna, 60, was sentenced to two years in prison after admitting to the crime.
As fighting intensifies between Ukraine and Russia on multiple fronts, so do the online narratives calling on Ukraine to compromise its territorial integrity.
Finnish President Sauli Niinistö and King Carl Gustaf of Sweden were attending celebrations marking the centenary of the autonomy of Finland's Åland islands.
Deputy Secretary General Mircea Geoană said he "anticipates" allied presence to remain in Eastern Europe following Ukraine invasion.
One straw doll carried a note that read: "Vladimir Putin, born 7 October 1952. Pray for his extermination."
Videos released by Ukraine purport to show a Russian armored personnel carrier or infantry fighting vehicle spewing smoke and fire after soldiers blasted it with a British-made missile.
A released video shows a Russian base in Ukraine erupt into flames after shelling by Ukrainian troops.