Pro-Russia hacking group Killnet has threatened more cyberattacks against the American manufacturer.
Pentagon official Colin Kahl said that Russia had suffered up to 80,000 casualties, although this figure has not been independently verified.
The partisans have reportedly been making life hell for Russian soldiers in occupied parts of their country.
As Russia's unprovoked invasion of Ukraine staggers through its sixth month, the risk of a catastrophic nuclear war between Russia and NATO grows with each bloody day.
Lawmaker Roman Kostenko said Ukraine needs a "serious" expansion of operations in the southern Kherson region to evict the Russians.
A Pro-Putin TV host said that all Russia had to do if a civil war started in the U.S. would be to decide which side to support with weapons.
The Hollywood star is renowned for his pro-Russian stance and was filmed in Olenivka prison where dozens were killed and injured in an attack on July 29.
Attacks on Europe's largest nuclear facility in Ukraine have heightened awareness among global officials, even as Vladimir Putin has dismissed nuclear warfare.
If Ukraine is responsible for the explosions in Crimea, Russia could interpret that as an attack on its territory, according to experts.
Some storks fled or abandoned their nests, but in the shattered town of Moshchun, images show one set of storks that have set up home among the ruins.
Alexei Leonkov wrote on Telegram that the U.S. is starting to "restrict" supplies of arms to Ukraine.
Investigators have released the woman's confession after it was first believed that the deaths had been caused by the house being coated in insect poison.
Three of the workers who were cleaning the sewer died, while the others were rescued on Sunday.
Two Russian officials have confirmed that an incident involving massive explosions has taken place however they did not indicate what was the cause.
As leaders grapple with how to respond to the conflict's fallout, the West has found itself with fewer allies and more vulnerable to Russian propaganda than it expected.
Panelist on Vremya Pokazhet (Time Will Tell) Yuri Kot said missiles could hit Washington or London, as fears about a possible nuclear escalation grow.
Mykhailo Podolyak told the BBC "Russia is so intellectually predictable that it is obvious."
Yezhel signed off a treaty which authorities said "facilitated" Russia's annexation of Crimea, officials said.
An extended curfew was in place in the Black Sea port of Mykolaiv so authorities could crack down on "collaborators and traitors."
"Washington must prioritize urgent action to restore some order to the nuclear chaos and prevent these crises from escalating," expert Kelsey Davenport said.
WNBA star Brittney Griner, sentenced to nine years in prison, has been mistakenly called "male" in the past.
A decorated colonel with close ties to Vladimir Putin was reportedly found dead in Ukraine, joining other recent high-ranking Russian casualties.
The would-be assassins were allegedly promised rewards of $100,000 to $150,000 per kill, the Security Service of Ukraine said.
Russia's president accused the U.S. of being directly involved in the Ukraine war by providing military aid.
The head of the Anti-Corruption Foundation's investigative unit said Putin played a role in the marriage between Lyudmila Ocheretnaya and Artur Ocheretny.
The Center for Political Innovation shared the video from the opening of a Chicago conference dubbed "Unite Against the Imperialists" on Twitter.
Diplomat Vasyl Bodnar said that Baykar—the company which builds the Bayraktar TB2 drones—has already bought a plot of land in Ukraine.
Ukraine having stronger weapons could force Russia to the negotiating table quicker, said retired Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Vindman on Monday.
Russia previously used these anti-personnel mines in Afghanistan which allegedly maimed a "high number" of children, according to the U.K.
Several Western media outlets repeated the claim about the alleged Kim Jong Un offer of support to Putin, but what is the basis for the claim?