"The next couple of days, the facts will be established," former director of policy planning for NATO, Fabrice Pothier, told Newsweek.
The man dubbed "Putin's chef" hailed gruesome footage of the Russian prison inmate, who was drafted into the military, being bludgeoned with a sledgehammer.
Margarita Simonyan's post came just moments after she speculated that Tuesday's missiles came from Ukrainian armed forced, or even from British intelligence.
"The Russian armed forces did not strike any targets near the Ukrainian-Polish border," Russian state-run media has reported.
Kyiv's mayor said that several residential buildings in the capital city were hit by missiles.
Most members of the G20 took the opportunity on Tuesday to condemn Russia's war against Ukraine.
Russian President Vladimir Putin already announced on November 3 that he would pay mobilized soldiers 195,000 rubles ($3,237) per month.
Political expert Maxin Yusin told Prava Slova: "It's really unpleasant when people mock you and laugh at you."
China's leader is said to have shared Biden's opposition to nuclear weapons use despite failing to state the position publicly.
The Russian leader may not hold his annual big press conference next month, according to two Kremlin sources.
"We aren't seeing results," a guest on Russian state TV said following retreat from the city of Kherson.
The Ukrainian president told world leaders in Bali that a document should be signed after "all anti-war measures are implemented."
"I would like to know what those [goals and objectives] are, for a change," one Russian official said. "Just once."
"The people were waiting for the Ukrainian army, for our soldiers, for all of us," President Zelensky said.
"This, of course, is the height of fakery," Maria Zakharova, a spokesperson for Russia's Foreign Ministry, said in a statement.
Ukraine will likely assess the winter as an opportunity to continue to press the advantage against Russian forces, an expert told Newsweek.
Russia recently withdrew its forces from the strategically important city of Kherson in southern Ukraine.
Alexander Dugin shared a veiled threat to Vladimir Putin that hinted he could be replaced.
Since Putin's war with Ukraine started, Ukraine has regained 50 percent back without negotiating with Russia.
Vladimir Solovyov complained of "severe problems," saying they must be overcome with an "iron fist" response.
Footage shows soldiers being greeted by those celebrating the Russian withdrawal from the southern Ukrainian city.
The president appeared to confuse Columbia with Cambodia at the ASEAN summit.
Solovyov, nicknamed 'Putin's voice,' said Russia is fighting a "religious war" against the West.
"The withdrawal brings significant reputational damage," the British defense ministry said, and was a "public recognition" of the problems Russian forces faced.
Russian officials have portrayed the withdrawal as part of its military strategy.
U.S. officials suspect the Russian navy has attempted to test its Poseidon nuclear-powered torpedo.
Amid Ukraine's gains in Kherson, a U.S. think tank warns that a winter ceasefire would only help Russia.
Many of those casualties came from Bakhmut, an area in eastern Ukraine under heavy fire from Russian forces.
Moscow has accused Kyiv of carrying out targeted strikes against Russian-appointed officials who have been working with the Kremlin.