The Ukrainian advances in the Kharkiv region would be taking place in tandem with an ongoing counteroffensive in the southern Kherson region.
Ambassador Mark Brzezinski told Newsweek the Russian president "called this strategically absolutely wrong."
Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky said in his nightly address that "we have good news from the Kharkiv region."
Military analyst Rob Lee shared a "pessimistic" account from a Russian source who said things are "pretty bad" in Kharkiv.
Peter Seaton told Newsweek that "it was art. It's not a diagram. It's metaphoric and it's about love."
The HQ belonged to a pro-Kremlin group that was organizing referendums on joining Russia.
Valeriy Zaluzhnyi and Mykhailo Zabrodskyi, a lawmaker, also acknowledged that Ukraine had been behind missile strikes on Russian air bases in the peninsula.
The General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine said that Kyiv's forces had "successfully repelled" Russian attacks.
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Dr. William LaPlante, U.S. undersecretary of defense for acquisition and sustainment, reportedly said that the training took place over Memorial Day weekend.
The soldier testified that he wanted to temporarily take a break from fighting in Ukraine.
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The soldier reportedly said in the intercepted call that all bridges in the Kherson region have been damaged by Ukrainian shelling.
There has been an "unfortunate lack of training," said Igor Girkin, a former Russian military leader, regarding Russian troops in the field in Ukraine.
Kyrylo Mykhailov from the Conflict Intelligence Team warned that Moscow's forces will have a shortage of winter gear.
The footage appears to shows multiple "dead" Ukrainian soldiers, all lying prone and lifeless on a river bank.
Putin told an economic forum that Western countries are trying "to maintain the old world order that is beneficial only to them."
Ukraine's military said that it destroyed three Russian ammunition warehouses in the Kherson region and killed 83 Russian troops on Tuesday.
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Artem Bardin, appointed by the Kremlin to a post in an occupied Ukrainian town, was killed in a car bombing Tuesday.
Putin ordered his army to push to Donetsk's administrative borders by September 15. But Ukraine indicated Tuesday that may be difficult.
New analysis released by a U.S. think-tank suggests Ukraine's bid to "slowly chip away at both Russian tactical and operational level capabilities" is working.
The unit commanded by Yaroslav Melnyk was fighting in the Russian-occupied Kharkiv region at the time.
On Monday, a Russian-installed leader said the Antonovsky Bridge had become impassable to cars after Ukrainian shelling.
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New U.S. intelligence indicates Russia might be purchasing weapons from North Korea amid its struggles in Ukraine.
Ukrainian Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal said that Ukraine estimated that Russia only had about "four dozen" hypersonic missiles left.
The Russian military suffered the greatest losses in the past day in Ukraine's eastern Donetsk region, Ukrainian military officials said.