A Ukrainian brigade reportedly destroyed several Russian armored vehicles in Kharkiv Oblast, as images from Ukrainian military officials purport to show.
The Russian Ministry of Defense said helicopter crews fired missiles at enemy targets from a distance of over three miles.
Ukrainian soldiers launched an anti-aircraft missile into the sky and apparently destroyed a Russian unmanned aerial vehicle, as reportedly shown in images released by Ukrainian military.
Ukrainian authorities said the Russian group used civilian automobiles and camouflage during their advance in the eastern Ukrainian region.
Russian prosecutors are also reportedly putting pressure on tech companies to pull content that's not supportive of the war in Ukraine.
The Russian Ministry of Defense (MoD) said the troops opened fire on the Ukrainian targets after reconnaissance work by an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV).
The Ukrainian council member also stated that Western-supplied weapons "are already changing the course of the war."
"If we could have stayed in Lysychansk, we would have," a woman told Newsweek. "Now we don't know when we'll be able to go home. Everything is destroyed."
Lithuania angered Moscow after it imposed the European Union's restrictions on materials heading to Russia's Kaliningrad region on the Baltic sea coast.
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Alleged footage of the attack shows Russian military equipment ablaze in a rural area in southern Ukraine.
Oleksii Reznikov, Ukraine's defense minister, urged the West to provide Ukraine with additional weapons at a faster pace.
A pro-Kremlin party said using the term "president" has " always embarrassed us" because of its U.S. roots.
Decades-old anti-aircraft and anti-ship missiles are reportedly being repurposed to strike land-based targets in the Ukraine War.
Families of soldiers killed in Putin's war are being monitored incase they voice public opposition to the conflict, according to Kyiv intelligence.
Military officers allegedly wrote in an open letter to the Belarusian president that joining Russia to fight in Ukraine would be "pure suicide."
Mykhailo Podolyak made an appeal as clashes intensified in the battle for Ukraine's eastern Donbas region.
Biden is traveling to the oil-rich nation as the U.S. continues to grapple with soaring gasoline prices.
A Newsweek search on a local recruiting website found more than a dozen job adverts hiring recruits in mobilization training.
The time of Russia's "better relations with the West was the aberration," said Moscow Rules author Keir Giles.
Officials said Saturday Russian troops are deploying vehicles that were "designed in the 1950s as a tractor to pull artillery," with little armor and weapons.
Ivana Stradner said Saturday that "Russia is undermining Bosnia's stability by working with Serbia to exacerbate ethnic divisions" in the Balkans.
Last month the former Formula One chief called Putin a "first-class person," adding he'd "take a bullet" for him.
One of Vladimir Putin's allies said that Alaska was part of Russian territory and his country could claim it back.
General Philip Breedlove, who served as NATO's supreme allied commander in Europe, said that the Kerch Strait bridge is a "legitimate target."
Multiple Russian officials have recently alluded to potentially reclaiming Alaska because of U.S. sanctions, a move discussed by Vladimir Putin in 2014.
Alexei Gorinov said during a meeting in March that efforts "should be aimed only at stopping the war and withdrawing Russian troops" from Ukraine.
Legislation was passed in March imposing jail terms of up to 15 years for intentionally spreading "fake" news about Russia's army.
Russian officials have so far publicly denied that Moscow is having difficulties sustaining Putin's war effort in Ukraine.
The war in Ukraine has laid out what is needed to win on today's battlefield in stark terms: sophisticated, precise, and long-range weaponry, as well as the ability to keep soldiers in the field supplied with enough of that weaponry to offset wartime expenditures.