"We are ready to go further on orders, to easily take Kyiv and the NATO countries," Chechen Leader Ramzan Kadyrov wrote Sunday in a Telegram post.
Carlson has long been seen by some Republican strategists as a potential successor to Trump who might make a run for the White House in 2024.
The jet was reportedly downed near Alchevsk, a city in the Luhansk region and one of the areas where Vladimir Putin's war is focused.
A notorious Russian mercenary group is now hiring convicts and formerly blacklisted individuals, the U.K.'s defense ministry said.
Vladimir Putin has warned that Zircon missiles will enable Russian warships to strike "decision-making centers" within minutes.
A viral video has been used to perpetuate Russian disinformation and propaganda, but the "evidence" doesn't stand up to scrutiny, Newsweek Fact Check found.
"Should anything of the kind happen," Medvedev said a doomsday would be "very quick and tough, immediately."
The Chechen commander praised Putin, saying "we are not under the flags of the LGBT" as long as the Russian president is alive.
The "very odd" failure "may hinder Russian operations going forward," according to the Institute for the Study of War.
The Ukraine war will become a "frozen conflict," predicted former NATO Supreme Allied Commander James Stavridis on Sunday.
Lieutenant-General Igor Konashenkov claimed Russian forces were able to destroy parts of U.S.-made HIMARS system.
The U.S. Department of Defense has said the user of HIMARS is making it more difficult for Russia to fight Ukraine on the frontlines.
Footage released by Ukrainian officials shows large plumes of black smoke rising into the sky above a university in Mykolaiv after it was reportedly hit Friday.
Ukrainian paratroopers reportedly blew up a Russian armored personnel carrier with a Stugna-P anti-tank guided missile.
Foreign minister Luigi Di Maio has condemned his ex-party the 5-Star Movement for threatening to bring down the Italian government.
Kyiv has claimed battlefield success from using the High Mobility Artillery Rocket Systems (HIMARS).
British defense officials said that Ukraine has managed to repel a number of Russian attacks.
Russia has scored two big victories this week in its sanctions battle with the West, leaving Ukraine enraged.
Seventy percent of Russia's attacks on Ukraine have hit civilian targets, according to numbers from Ukrainian military officials.
In his new book, John Sweeney writes that the Russian president may be terminally ill and questions if Putin would be willing to "kill us all."
Ukraine's defense ministry on Friday announced the arrival of more heavy weaponry from the West.
The state agency last convened on July 1, when members focused on "the performance of the defense industry."
Russian officials claimed the strike targeted Ukrainian forces who were discussing the transfer of the next batch of weapons.
"The prospects for wider talks to end the conflict [in Ukraine] remain low," the U.K. Defence Ministry said in an intelligence update.
Britain's defense ministry has repeatedly assessed that Russia's air force has underperformed since the Ukraine war began.
The U.S. began supplying Ukraine in June with the HIMARS rocket system, which has a range of 50 miles.
Ukrainian soldiers have said that the war is almost like being in a western but instead of cowboys packing Colts and Winchesters, they are packing American-made Stinger missiles.
The General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine said they seized "another trophy."
The BM-27 Uragan is a self-propelled multiple rocket launcher vehicle that was originally built in the Soviet Union.
At least 20 civilians, including three children, were killed by the strike on the central Ukraine city, according to officials.