Lukashenko's voice in video raises questions about Belarus leader's health
The Belarusian president seen for the first time since May 9 at an air base on Monday.
Russian state TV sounds worried over Ukraine's new weapons
"We shouldn't succumb to bravado," one Russian state television guest said in a translated clip.
Drone attacks target Russian territory after Ukraine hit overnight
Drone incidents inside Russian territory have been growing in intensity in recent weeks ahead of an anticipated counteroffensive by Ukraine.
Huge "mushroom" blast in Khmelnytskyi reignites "depleted uranium" claims
Pro-Moscow accounts also claimed "heightened radiation levels" were detected in the area following a series of Russian missile strikes on Western Ukraine.
Russia concerned its air defenses "compromised" after Ukraine attacks: U.K.
A recent attack on a Russian airbase could be a sign that Russia has become vulnerable.
Video shows Russian mortar position annihilated in "one shot" Krab strike
Ukraine has been using the AHS Krab howitzers since the summer of 2022.
U.K. pledges "hundreds" of long range air defense missiles to Ukraine
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky is in the U.K. on his latest leg of a European tour as Kyiv gears up for its long awaited counteroffensive.
Russia creating unstoppable submarine nuclear missiles—Report
The commander-in-chief of the Russian Navy previously said that new missiles would have to be capable of overcoming missile defense systems "of any enemy."
Has Putin suffered his biggest betrayal yet?
Wagner Group founder Yevgeny Prigozhin reportedly offered up to Ukraine details about the locations of Russian troops.
Putin faces political threat from new group of "angry patriots"
Igor Girkin, a military blogger and Russian nationalist, is trying to make an impact on discourse about the war in Ukraine.
How Marianne Williamson, RFK Jr. compare to Biden on 6 key issues
Democratic presidential candidates are taking opposing positions on issues including immigration, the Russia-Ukraine war and inflation.
Ukraine's Bakhmut counterattack is building momentum
Deputy Defense Minister Hanna Malyar praised the "steadfastness and courage" of Ukrainian soldiers who were preventing Russian forces from surrounding Bakhmut.
Zelensky rules out peace talks with "insane" Putin: "It's a joke for him"
There is "no point" for some countries to attempt to mediate between Kyiv and Moscow, Ukraine's presidential office said.
Wagner founder thinks Russia shot down its own aircraft
A Su-34 and a Su-35 fighter jet, as well as two Mi-8 helicopters, were downed over the weekend.
Russia announces deaths of two colonels in Bakhmut
The reports were confirmed as Ukrainian forces continue to launch their counterattacks.
Ukraine's new "Storm Shadow" missile's range, power compared to HIMARS
The new, longer-range missiles have been used in eastern Ukraine, Russia has said, just days after their supply to Kyiv was announced by the U.K.
Russia lost three helicopters and two planes over Bryansk—Ukraine
Three helicopters, in addition to two fighter jets, crashed in Russian territory near the border with Ukraine, Kyiv's Air Force said on Sunday.
Ukraine's Bakhmut gains buoying troops ahead of counter: Kyiv official
"It's not huge, but it's enough for our soldiers to feel like they did something great," Oleksandr Korniyenko told Newsweek.
Russia loses 48 artillery systems in two days: Ukraine
The war in Ukraine "has become an artillery war," the U.S.-based Center for International and Strategic Studies said earlier this year.
Russia's ground forces poorly trained and using antiquated equipment: U.K.
Many of the units making up Russia's Combined Grouping of Forces are "severely under-strength," the British Defense Ministry said on Sunday.
Ukraine's Eurovision act's hometown struck by Russian missiles during show
"Ternopil is the name of our hometown, which was bombed by Russia while we sang on the Eurovision stage," musical duo Tvorchi said on social media.
Rumors swirl about Putin ally Lukashenko's health after Moscow trip
Speculation has grown over the Belarusian president's health in recent days.
Kremlin lies leading to "global tragedy" for Russia: Wagner founder
Yevgeny Prigozhin urged the Russian defense ministry on Friday to "stop lying immediately" about the situation in Bakhmut.
Russia loses 27 artillery systems, 12 APVs and 6 tanks in a day: Ukraine
Ukraine also claimed it "liquidated" 590 Russian personnel on Friday.
Putin "not insane" but may resort to nuclear weapons: Estonian president
The Russian president would likely only consider weapons of mass destruction if "very desperate," Alar Karis told Newsweek in Tallinn.
Russian helicopter and Su-34 jet crash to the ground in Bryansk
Videos shared online appear to show the burning wreckage of the Su-34 in the Bryansk Oblast, near Russia's border with Ukraine.
What the Pope has said about Russia's invasion of Ukraine
The pontiff suggested last month that a secret peace mission was underway and that the Vatican stood ready to assist.
Russia's deployment of ineffective unit highlights "severe shortage"—U.K.
Russian forces "fled from the flanks" around Bakhmut, according to the boss of a pro-Kremlin mercenary group.
NATO has a Russian submarine problem
NATO's underwater capabilities "atrophied" after the Cold War, experts have told Newsweek, while Russia has focused on underwater power
Prigozhin says Russian "flanks are collapsing" in Bakhmut
Wagner Group founder Yevgeny Prigozhin had threatened to pull his forces from Bakhmut unless they received additional ammunition.