Parliament President Roberta Metsola told Newsweek that the EU "would have failed" if it denies Ukraine candidate status in the coming days.
The Russian deputy foreign minister said Western countries try to "accuse Russia of playing some "rhetorical game" about its potential use of nuclear weapons."
Images released by pro-Russian military officials in Ukraine purport to show Luhansk People's Republic separatists engaging in combat against Ukrainian forces.
"Just a question," Dmitry Medvedev wrote on his Telegram channel. "Who said that in two years Ukraine will even exist on the world map?"
The Kremlin batted away the request by Denis Pushilin, the head of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People's Republic.
A video circulating online shows the alleged wives of Russian soldiers complaining that they haven't heard from their husbands in months.
Melitopol Mayor Ivan Fedorov sent a clear message to French President Emmanuel Macron, as he hit back at any suggestion Ukraine give up its territory.
"We can't wait too long," said Ukraine's deputy defense minister Hanna Maliar when calling for more western arms.
Blinken said that "Ukraine's sovereignty will prevail and will be there long after Vladimir Putin has left the scene."
"Delay with its provision cannot be justified," the Ukrainian leader wrote. "I will constantly emphasize this when talking to our partners."
According to a recent report, Russia made nearly $100 billion in fossil fuel exports during the first 100 days of the war in Ukraine.
The video begins by showing the aftermath of what has been reported as shelling on a civilian area in the Donetsk region of eastern Ukraine.
After Russia's invasion of Ukraine in February, players from both nations were banned from international tennis competitions altogether.
In an interview with Danish media Tuesday, Zelensky said that he is "not interested in shelling" Russian civilians and that Ukrainians are not "terrorists."
The prominent Kremlin critic has reportedly been transferred from a prison colony to an undisclosed location.
Aerial footage purports to show Russian military vehicles and pieces of Russian military equipment ablaze after they were hit in Ukrainian artillery strikes.
Biden previously called Saudi Arabia a "pariah" for its human rights abuses when he entered office.
President Joe Biden blamed Russian President Vladmir Putin for the country's record rises in inflation.
Ukraine's defense intelligence service released a report on an alleged attempt by Russian commanders to compromise their own equipment and sell off parts.
A 21-year-old student was strangled to death by a man who then lied about finding her body when he went to visit her.
The Iskander OTRK is a mobile short-range ballistic missile system built and used by Russia.
Members of the Mozart Group told Newsweek about the "dire" situation Ukrainians face in the east of the country.
The Security Service of Ukraine has alleged that the majority of Russian troops are refusing to take part in direct combat with Ukrainian soldiers.
At least 30 aircraft allegedly belonging to Russian businessmen have flown over EU airspace despite flight bans imposed after the invasion of Ukraine.
British defense officials said on Tuesday that Russia is trying to mobilize its weapons production to meet the demands of the Ukraine war.
Recognizing how weak Russian forces are, Ukraine is not ceding anything. But it's also a holding action while they hope arms will reach the front in time.
Dmitry Peskov told the Tass news agency sanctions were pushing Russia towards "friendly" countries.
In recent weeks, multiple Russian regions close to Ukraine's border have reported unexplained explosions at military and industrial sites.