The Russia-Ukraine War began after a Xi-Putin summit. Can it end with one?
"The Chinese are signaling that they do not want the Russians to lose...they are totally capable of making sure that the Russians don't," ex-CIA analyst said.
"No hope": Ukraine lawmakers dismiss China peace talk after Putin-Xi meet
China's Xi Jinping and Russia's Vladimir Putin both left this week's talks with significant gains, observers tell Newsweek.
Putin should be arrested if he visits an ICC state: Blinken
The U.S. secretary of state stopped short of vowing to arrest Putin if he were to travel to the U.S., which is not a member state of the ICC.
Zelensky adviser pours cold water on looming Ukraine counteroffensive
Mykhailo Podolyak, one of the Ukrainian president's top aides, took issue with a published story's details about plans for a major military move.
Putin ally warns of worldwide "lesson" if uranium ammo used in Ukraine
Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko responded to news that the U.K. could provide Ukraine with ammunition containing depleted uranium.
Russia building up defenses in Moscow after strikes hit inside borders
Russia recently claimed a Ukrainian drone crashed 62 miles outside Moscow.
Putin's window for more mass strikes on Kyiv is shrinking
Accelerated weapons deliveries to Ukraine could prevent damage to major Russian targets in expected spring offensives.
Did Chinese TV air map of carved up Russia during Xi-Putin summit?
The viral image supposedly shows which nations will inherit Russia's various regions after its collapse, but what is the real context?
Russian state TV guest collapses live-on-air
A professor speaking on the Russia-1 show 'Evening with Vladimir Solovyov' suddenly collapsed live on TV.
Fact Check: Photo of Putin on his knees in front of China's Xi
The picture was said to show Russia's President Vladimir Putin bending below Xi Jinping as the pair met in Moscow
Ukraine downs barrage of Shahed-136 drones in overnight assault—Kyiv
An air alert was announced overnight in multiple regions across Ukraine, including Kyiv, where at least four people were killed, officials say.
Xi's comments to Putin about "driving changes together" caught on video
The Chinese leader made the comments after meeting his Russian counterpart in a visit to Moscow.
In His Latest Trick, Putin Kills Off a Fake Language
This week Putin has helped kill off of the fictitious language of Moldovan, thus reducing the sum of nonsense in the world.
Putin's former elections chief dies after "massive heart attack"
Vladimir Churov led the Russian Central Election Commission from 2007 to 2016, when he was removed from his post.
Mr. Xi Goes to Moscow, Replacing U.S. Global Leadership
Xi has little to fear from Washington, which is on the defensive vis-à-vis Beijing in the Pacific.
Putin issues depleted uranium warning to West—ISW
Russia's president is trying to portray the provision of depleted uranium shells to Ukraine's forces as a "significant escalation" in the war.
Commitments by Putin, Xi "notably lopsided": ISW
Chinese President Xi Jinping spent his second day in Moscow discussing China's partnership with Russia, although the ISW said the promises were "tempered."
Russian TV unsure whether Xi Jinping is 'an ally or a trading partner'
Questions remain as to what unwritten understandings the two leaders might or might not have reached regarding shipment of Chinese arms to Russia.
Russian TV host threatens nuking any country that detains Putin
Propagandist Vladimir Solovyov reacted strongly to a war crimes arrest warrant issued for the Russian president by the International Criminal Court.
Wagner Group to release thousands of convict troops into society: U.K.
The U.K. Ministry of Defense warned of the "significant challenge" the Russian public will face once former violent offenders return from war.
What Is "Black Bridge"? Anti-Putin group claiming FSB building fire
At least four people were reported dead and five were wounded in the fire that broke out at the building belonging to the FSB last week.
Putin should "shut up" after comments showed weakness—former commander
Former FSB officer Igor Girkin has been critical of how the Russian president and his commanders have conducted the invasion of Ukraine.
Russian pop star who criticized Putin found dead after drowning
The group called Cream Soda released a song in 2017 about drowning in the Volga, four years before it's founding member died in the same way.
Wagner chief Prigozhin calls for Kremlin support amid soldier exodus
The head of the mercenaries fighting for Moscow in Ukraine has reportedly sent a letter to Russia's defense minister asking for help.
Russia renews Bakhmut onslaught with Kh-555 cruise missile barrage—ISW
"The overall Russian spring offensive is likely approaching culmination," the think tank said.
As Xi summits with Putin, is Biden losing ground to China?
"These two countries have grown closer," NSC spokesperson John Kirby said. "They are both countries that chafe and bristle at U.S. leadership."
Ex-Wagner prisoner troop reveals lies fed to him about Putin's invasion
One fighter recruited from prison blamed Russian media for misleading him.
Did Putin snub Xi? What to know about airport greeting
The Russian president did not greet the Chinese leader at the airport during his arrival in Moscow for this week's high-stakes visit.
Ukraine gets desperately needed artillery boost in war with Russia
Two announcements, one by the European Union and another by the United States, should help Ukraine's military efforts.
Putin's staff ordered to stop using iPhones
Concern about cybersecurity was cited as the reason why Kremlin officials were reportedly told to stop using the Apple devices.