Russian commanders facing "acute dilemma" as border regions attacked: U.K.
The Freedom of Russia Legion and the Russian Volunteer Corps (RVC) said they crossed into the border town of Shebekino in Belgorod on Thursday.
Starved Dogs Discovered After Maggots Come Through Apartment Ceiling
One dog that had died in the Liverpool property was found to have tried eating another after suffering severe starvation.
Russian state TV makes nuclear threat to U.K. after drone attacks
London "directly participates in such operations," a Russian state television commentator has said.
Russia increasingly on the defense against Ukraine: U.K.
The U.K. defense ministry said Putin's military is now "reacting to Ukrainian action rather than actively progressing towards its own war aims."
Abused dog unrecognizable after 4 pounds of severely matted fur shaved off
Larry, who is thought to be a poodle or Maltese, could barely walk or see.
British officials "legitimate" Russia targets after Storm Shadow strikes
Dmitry Medvedev was responding to remarks made by the British Foreign Secretary, who said that Ukraine "has a right" to project force beyond its borders.
Horror as woman discovers source of odd noises in kitchen: "I feel sick"
Ceylan Etem told Newsweek she has not been back to the house since the unsettling encounter
Russians facing "Soviet-style" calls for extra work to support war: U.K.
The U.K. MoD said Russian businesses have petitioned the Kremlin to introduce a six-day working week to support the war in Ukraine.
Putin's man in Crimea worried about ability to defend area: U.K.
The British defense ministry said the Kremlin-backed leader of Crimea is likely turning to paramilitary groups to bolster his defenses.
Nursing home apologizes over "unfortunate" typo spotted in ad
The local resident who spotted the mistake said it was a "bold choice of name considering the age of many residents."
I thought my ex-girlfriend was a terrorist
I was convinced that someone was coming to kill me and my loved ones
Prince Harry loses his first lawsuit in blow to security
Prince Harry has lost a lawsuit against the British government over his police protection, days after a paparazzi "car chase" in New York.
Russia forms "elite" group after air forces "severely underperformed": U.K.
The U.K.'s Ministry of Defense reported on the very likely creation of a new aviation attack group that Russia will use in Ukraine.
Unexpected 4-letter word answer leaves game show contestant in shock
The game show host was left in disbelief at the contestant's response, telling viewers: "it's actually happened."
Russia's hold on Crimea at risk after weapons delivery sabotage
An incident on a Crimean railway that possibly disrupted a weapons delivery could cause concern for the Kremlin, the U.K. said.
How Ukraine might secure a deal for F-16s in weeks
Some of Ukraine's Western allies have signaled they are prepared to give the American-made fighter planes to Kyiv.
Ukraine has "every right" to take back Crimea – U.K. defense secretary
Crimea is "Ukrainian soil," British Defense Secretary Ben Wallace said. "It is their sovereign territory. It has been invaded."
Woman loses lawsuit claiming boss' initials were sexual code
The London woman claimed that the boss' initials in an email, "AJG," actually stood for "A Jumbo Genital."
Kittens fight over napping spot in the sun: "Such a sweet argument"
Leo the Bengal kitten was not happy about finding his sibling Dora in the sunny sleeping spot and let his feelings be known.
Worker discovers padlock on milk in office fridge: "Peak pettiness"
"I've definitely overheard discussions about milk before," the photo's poster told Newsweek. "I don't personally use it, so I'm more of a third-party observer."
Prince Harry should not be allowed to "buy" armed police—U.K. Home Office
Prince Harry's lawyers are fighting to save a lawsuit against the British government over whether he can fund his own police protection detail.
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.
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 has become China's "junior partner," says Britain's former PM
An emerging alliance between the two authoritarian giants is "very real" and has been deepened by the war on Ukraine, Liz Truss told Newsweek.
Eurovision overshadowed by Zelensky drama, travel chaos ahead of final
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky was not given permission for an address during the song contest's final which is watched by millions.
Widow discovers late husband had a hidden coin collection worth thousands
"I couldn't believe how many coins they'd uncovered. It was like an unexpected treasure hunt," said Amanda West-Butler, who assessed the collection.
Russia threatens to destroy U.K. for giving Ukraine Storm Shadow missiles
The U.K. "risks turning into a devastated territory," Georgiy Muradov, the Kremlin's envoy to the annexed territory of Crimea, said.
Russia's prison recruiting isn't replacing huge military losses
The U.K. Defense Ministry reported that Russia's military has increased its efforts to recruit prisoners to fight in Ukraine.
How U.K.'s Storm Shadow missiles sent to Ukraine compare to U.S. ATACMS
The missile can theoretically be fired into Russian territory, which Ukraine has promised not to do.
U.K. crosses Putin's red line
The U.K. is supplying Ukraine with multiple long-range "Storm Shadow" missiles, a weapon that Russia has warned the West not to provide to Kyiv.