Russian Convict Troops Suffered Greatest Losses in Ukraine: Report
Russian units made up of volunteers, mobilized citizens, and prisoners fighting in Ukraine have suffered greatly since December 2022, according to a new report.
Putin Will Threaten Strikes Against NATO Countries, Russian TV Chief Warns
RT editor-in-chief Margarita Simonyan recently predicted that the Russian leader will give NATO an "ultimatum" over its support for Ukraine.
Putin Compared to Mummy by Russian Ex-Commander: 'Is There Putin at All?'
"Where is he anyway?" asked military blogger Igor Girkin about the Russian president.
Donald Trump's Six Reasons to Be Hopeful in Indictment Case
The former U.S. president will have some advantages when it comes to fighting the case that could carry a substantial prison sentence.
Over 50 Russian Soldiers Wiped Out in 'Fire Attack' on Training Camp: Kyiv
Amid reports that their counteroffensive had started, Ukraine's armed forces have said that Russia has launched a barrage of missile strikes.
Ukraine's Forces Have Penetrated Russian Front Lines in Some Areas: U.K.
The British Ministry of Defense said there had been some Ukrainian gains amid reports that Kyiv's counteroffensive had begun.
Kadyrov Mocks Prigozhin's Bakhmut Failures as Bitter Feud Reignites
In a Telegram post, the Chechen leader said "the answer is obvious" as to whether his troops or Wagner forces were more effective.
Exclusive: Pakistan Ex-PM Imran Khan Says Defying U.S. Policy Led to His Downfall
"For some reason, if you don't agree with the U.S. foreign policy, you turn anti-American," former Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan tells Newsweek.
Russia Plotting 'Worse Than Chernobyl' Disaster at Chemical Plant: Official
"The plant is already completely mined, including containers with acid, chlorine and reagents," Ukrainian official Oleksandr Prokudin said.
Lioness Found Malnourished in War-Torn Ukraine Finds Forever Home
The nearly 2-year-old lioness had escaped from a private owner who was keeping her illegally in the village.
Why Russia's Story on Kakhovka Dam Breach Doesn't Stack Up
Russia maintains that it wasn't behind the dam's collapse, accusing Ukraine of blowing it up to distract attention from a "faltering" counteroffensive.
Horror Discovery of Dead and Dying Pythons Crammed Into Small Tanks
The surviving snakes were found emaciated amongst the corpses of their dead neighbors, having been kept in a garage without adequate food, water and heat.
Prehistoric Shark Species From Ancient Marine Ecosystem Discovered
Researchers have identified 17 extinct shark and ray species that lived in the same ecosystem around 58 million to 56 million years ago.
Putin Ally Admits Ukraine War Benefits West as Russia 'Bogged Down'
Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko has been one of Russian President Vladimir Putin's most trusted allies throughout the Russia-Ukraine war.
How to Spot Putin's Body Doubles, According to Ukraine's Secret Service
Body doubles stand in for the 70-year-old Russian president at certain events, a Ukrainian intelligence official says.
Fury As Ancient Stone Monuments Destroyed to Build DIY Store
The stones, often referred to as "French Stonehenge," date back at least 7,000 years.
How U.S. May React to Chinese Spy Base on Cuba
Although the move "isn't going to herald a modern-day Cuban Missile Crisis," security think tank head Alan Mendoza told Newsweek the U.S. will respond.
Russia 'Rapidly' Losing Control of Occupied Ukraine: Kyiv
Ukrainian leaders are hoping that the beginning of a long-awaited counterattack will liberate territory occupied by Russian troops for more than a year.
Russia's 'Smoking Gun' on Ukraine Dam Collapse
Days before the destruction of the Kakhovka dam, Russia passed a law banning probes into attacks on hydroelectric stations in Ukraine's Kremlin-annexed regions.
Putin's Ukraine Ambitions Will Have to Be 'Adjusted'—Crimea Chief
The Kremlin has shown no sign of abandoning its vague war goals of "demilitarizing" and "de-Nazifying" Ukraine.
Big Spike In Russian Losses As Counteroffensive Begins—Ukraine
Moscow lost 4,860 soldiers in the past week, including 1010 over the past 24 hours, according to Ukraine's military.
The Party Town Where Putin's Henchmen Blow Off Steam
The controversial visit of a Chechen businessman has sparked fresh anger as partially occupied Georgia struggles with a wave of Russian migrants.