An explosive joint report by the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP) and Meduza exposed a common thread between several assets allegedly linked to Russian President Vladimir Putin.
The Russian president's claim comes amid an estimate from Ukraine's armed forces of growing troop losses.
The pro-free speech journalist has raised over $100 million for Ukrainian child refugees by auctioning his Nobel Peace Prize.
The parents of 49 conscripts who survived when the Moskva missile cruiser sank in April, wrote to Russian officials demanding their sons not be sent to Ukraine.
Macer Gifford said the punishment faced by Alabama veterans Alexander Drueke (27) and Andy Tai Ngoc Huynh (39) will not deter others.
Western leaders imposed severe sanctions on Russia in response to Vladimir Putin's Ukraine invasion, which began on February 24.
Taiwan's foreign minister, Joseph Wu, has spearheaded a series of diplomatic engagements with local officials in Ukraine in recent weeks.
"I'm not sure whether there is enough time left to find common ground," a former Turkish diplomat told Newsweek.
Ukraine's Operational and Tactical Group "East" also said a significant amount of military supplies and equipment were destroyed on Monday.
Russia's Black Sea Naval fleet includes three missile-carrying surface ships and three underwater missile carriers, according to reports.
"Seeking safety is a right and it needs to be upheld for every person," Stiller said, advocating for those displaced by Russia's war.
Kazakhstan does not recognize "quasi-state territories which, in our view, is what Luhansk and Donetsk are," Kazakh President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev said.
"I won't name [the red lines] due to the military tactics. Why would we show them our cards in advance?" Putin reportedly said.
A video purporting to show Sergey Gundorov's helicopter being shot down has been circulating on social media.
Russia has been failing to consistently deliver since Vladimir Putin launched a full-scale invasion against Ukraine, British intelligence said.
The viral photo appears to show the veteran Hollywood star sporting a T-Shirt featuring Ukraine's Crimea, annexed by Russia, with the words "I'll be back."
"It's a joke," said the man who filmed the video, "that they are selling 'Zelensky's Tears' vodka in Moscow supermarkets."
Mikhail Khodorkovsky previously said that he believes Putin's defeat is inevitable as long as the West continues to back Ukraine.
"There is now a burning imperative to forge an Army capable of fighting alongside our allies and defeating Russia in battle," said Sir Patrick Sanders.
The death toll and destruction of Russian equipment happens on a daily basis, and here are the updated numbers.
Russia has a manpower shortage, "so any additional troops would add greatly to their potential," said Mark Voyger, noting the potential use of Belarusians.
Mykhailo Podolyak said with Ukraine getting "heavy armament supplies" Russia "will no longer be in a position to threaten Europe and be disruptive."
The anchor of Russia-1 show 60 Minutes suggested there would be no chance that Alexander Drueke and Andy Huynh could be freed.
The former Democratic presidential candidate said Trump "has to know that he lost" the 2020 election.
The Azovstal iron and steel works plant fell to the Russians after the Azov Battalion fighters surrendered on May 16 in the final days of the siege of Mariupol.
A video montage released by the Russian military shows Russian howitzers being fired, missiles being launched into the air, and targets in and around a treeline going up in billows of smoke.
"It turns out that in an anti-Russian fever, Washington is ready to shoot itself in the leg and dance simultaneously," Anatoly Antonov said. "It looks absurd."
The Russian Ministry of Defense said Russian howitzers blew up Ukrainian targets in and around a grove of trees in a field.
Ukrainian soldiers reportedly shot down a massive Russian helicopter gunship, sending it crashing into a field in a ball of flames.
Whether U.S. and European sanctions will have their desired effect depends on one man: Vladimir Putin.