Vladimir Putin appeared to drop his pen after a surprising announcement from his Armenian counterpart at a CSTO summit.
Oleksiy Gromov, from the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, said that Russian officials had circulated a document about the need for more troops.
Putin's fear of death will ultimately prevent him from pushing the "red button," an FSB whistleblower wrote in an email shared with Newsweek.
"This is war. They are killing us," Vladimir Solovyov told his audience on his radio show.
The only light came from the surgeons' battery-powered headlamps.
"Everything is in Ukraine's hands now. If they don't want to perish, they have to stop," Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko said.
A principle architect of the Russian legislation said: "LGBT today is an element of hybrid warfare."
Legislators from the two main political parties threw furniture at one another during a debate on electoral reform in Freetown, the country's capital.
Mark Hertling said that the war has reached a fourth phase but Russia "must not be allowed" to create a frozen conflict.
Facing growing pressure to assist each other on the global stage, Russia and China backed Iran in an international vote on the country's recent crackdowns.
Beer has long been a fixture at the tournament, but Qatar's alcohol policy has forced fans to find other ways to enjoy drinks at the event.
In August 2021, Russia was "quite seriously preparing for a localized military conflict with Japan," an FSB agent wrote in an email shared with Newsweek.
The gunman can be seen shooting a person lying on the ground multiple times at close range.
A viral open letter, written after the FIFA World Cup opened on Sunday, questioned China's ongoing zero-tolerance policy toward COVID-19.
The Basij paramilitary force can mobilize up to 600,000 volunteers.
The Canadian government said it was looking into the activities of three such stations in Toronto this week.
There were 58 European lawmakers who opposed the resolution that overwhelmingly passed In the European Parliament vote.
"If Russia starts not to take any POWs, but just shoots everyone, then the Ukrainian side will also be shooting ours," another guest hit back.
Bloody clashes between assembly-line workers and hazmat-clad riot police over unpaid bonuses and COVID-19 measures continued until late on Wednesday.
Andrey Medvedev, a Moscow city politician, described Ukraine as a "death cult" persecuting Russia, in what has been described as "openly genocidal rhetoric."
South Korea is set to face off against Uruguay on Thursday in what will be its World Cup kickoff.
Researchers analyzed a set of coins found in 1713 considered by many experts to be fake, finding that they were authentic artifacts from Roman times.