The British law firm McCue Jury & Partners has accused the Wagner Group of using "torture, murder and rape as weapons of war."
Volodymyr Zelensky insisted Ukraine was so successful in its fight against Russia in Donetsk that the streets were littered with Russian bodies.
"International companies which remain working in Russia are directly funding Russian war crimes and genocide," Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba said.
The survey by Russian Field and Chronicles said that the beginning of July "saw a turning point in the Russians' attitudes towards the war."
Ukrainian advances are depleting Russian resources and quickly sapping away Moscow's gains from 2022.
"Prigozhin will try to play a role in Putin's power transition and would use military force, if necessary, to ensure his own survival," an expert tells Newsweek.
The mobilized soldiers are reportedly being deprived of food and personal hygiene items.
Russian milbloggers circulated a letter condemning an offensive in Pavlika, in the Donetsk region this month.
The woman had been placed under house arrest for what officials called "immoral" comments.
On the eve of the midterm elections, one of Putin's allies admitted that "we interfered, we are interfering and we will interfere."
An adviser to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said Ukraine "never refused to negotiate" an end to the Ukraine conflict.
A new video shows Russian propagandist and Kremlin ally Vladimir Solovyov giving a speech to a crowd of youths.
The assessment indicates that while Russia's campaign is widely believed to be facing struggles, the offensive does not seem to have stalled altogether.
The Main Directorate of Intelligence of the Ministry of Defence of Ukraine has said Russia has used 80 percent of its modern missiles in the conflict.
"We have interfered [in U.S. elections], we are interfering and we will continue to interfere," said Yevgeny Prigozhin.
Vladimir Putin's reign will "fall apart due to many circumstances," said Volodymyr Ohryzko, a former minister of foreign affairs of Ukraine.
More than 40 foreign fighters were killed in the attack, according to Russian Lieutenant General Igor Konashenkov.
It comes after reports that Colonel General Alexander Lapin had been fired from his role as commander of Russia's Central Military District in late October.
"Hello and goodbye, London!" the Russian television host quipped, discussing Moscow's nuclear capabilities.
Cheney said the controversial Georgia Republican's stance on Ukraine aid is "exactly what Putin wants."
The Ukrainian Air Force's South Command said three Russian ammunition depots in the Beryslav and Kherson district had also been destroyed.
Patricia Lewis from the Chatham House think tank told Newsweek that the chance of Vladimir Putin using nuclear weapons was "unknown rather than unlikely."
Switzerland rejected German appeals to supply ammunition for the Gepard tanks that Ukraine can use to combat drones.
After the U.K. Ministry of Defense's report, an expert told Newsweek that morale is so low, the use of soldiers as "fodder could come back to haunt the regime."
Boris Bondarev said he thought Putin knew the "Russian army is not as strong as it is reported to be."
"The most educated, the most energetic, the most critically-thinking people are leaving the country," Professor Denis Skopin said.
A mother of a Russian soldier said the mobilized men were called "meat" and "minced meat" in their military unit.
The clip shows Russian military officers dragging unconscious soldiers away from the scene of the brawl.
Analysts and politicians in Ukraine hope Republicans' comments about cutting aid to Kyiv are just a political move ahead of the midterms.