Militiamen reportedly loaded pro-Russia propaganda leaflets into projectiles and blasted them over Ukrainian-held territory.
Foreign Minister Gabrielius Landsbergis said that giving up territory would be "a very strong signal to all other aggressors."
Video footage showed Russian troops firing high-precision missiles into the air and reportedly destroying the Motor Sich engine plant in southeastern Ukraine.
Pro-Russian troops have apparently captured the telecommunications tower of the Ukrainian Army FM radio station, closing down its broadcasts.
Pro-Russian soldiers also found a large network of tunnels stretching for kilometers under the Azovstal plant, calling it a "city within a city."
The Ukrainian brigade, which formed in autumn 2014, said they destroyed two Russian tanks in the easternmost Ukrainian region of Luhansk Oblast.
Thermobaric warheads are a type of explosive that uses oxygen in the surrounding area to generate a high-temperature blast.
The 9K720 Iskander is a mobile short-range ballistic missile system produced and deployed by the Russian military.
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken sharply rebuked China for maintaining close ties with Russia as the war in Ukraine continues.
An investigation by an independent Russian media outlet said a Russian officer may have shipped a Russian drone from a shipping checkpoint near the border.
A video shows fighters of the so-called Donetsk People's Republic patrolling the battered Donetsk Airport on the anniversary of the first battle in 2014.
"If you block a briefing once again, one reporter or one American media outlet will go home,'" Foreign Ministry spokesperson Maria Zakharova reportedly said.
A Russian military expert invited on state TV appeared to disappoint fellow hosts as he acknowledged that Ukraine's forces are "very strong."
Ukraine's leaders have put the U.S.-made weapons at the very top of their shopping list. But will they get them?
"This would not be the first time Moscow has launched an ambitious military adventure...only to find itself outmatched and humiliated," Anders Aslund warned.
A Russian ministry said the vans were deployed in the city because for nearly three months, the "residents of Mariupol were in an information vacuum due to a lack of power supply."
One Russian state TV host claimed that all nations that have reported cases of the monkeypox virus are sending weapons to Ukraine.
"There's never enough for somebody like Putin unless you make clear that it's over and he simply cannot get any more," Ambassador Yovanovitch tells Newsweek.
That's how long it will take Ukrainian troops to assimilate Western military equipment, according to the former general.
Former U.S. secretary of state Henry Kissinger "emerges from the deep past and says that a piece of Ukraine should be given to Russia," Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said.
This comes just days after a report stated the U.S. was preparing to target the Russian fleet.
"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.
Rinat Akhmetov said that his firm has already initiated the legal work necessary to receive compensation from the Russian government.
Ukraine has denounced a new move by Russia's president that it said erodes away at the country's "sovereignty and territorial integrity."
A report from independent news outlet Meduza said that talk "about 'the future after Putin' is increasingly common" among the country's elite.
"Thanks for the advice, but we'll probably take up arms," a Zelensky adviser said to suggestions that Ukraine should back off in order to reach a peace deal.
The King Daniel unit successfully destroyed their targets in the easternmost Ukrainian region of Luhansk Oblast, according to military officials.
Footage shows the moment a captured Ukrainian soldier was allowed to visit with his mother at the prison camp where he is being held.
A video recorded the moment bombs rain down on an idyllic coastal village in Ukraine and a Russian armored vehicle is destroyed.