What do Russians hear about the war? There are the top news stories on Channel One from June 12 to June 19, 2022, summarized and translated by NewsGuard
Footage obtained from Kadyrov purports to show Chechen special forces carrying out operations in eastern Ukraine.
Insignia bearing the flag of Ukraine alongside a kangaroo can be seen being put on the military vehicles.
The Russian Ministry of Defense said that the images show the "destruction of Ukraine's manpower and military equipment by the Russian Armed forces in Ukraine."
Pro-Russia separatists say that Ukrainian attempts to break through their lines have so far failed.
"You have 48 hours to remove your review or I'm hiring a private investigator to obtain your address and then the fun begins," the host said.
Video shows debris from what military officials claim was a tactical missile fired by Ukrainian forces into the village of Horoshee.
A Ukrainian official says that 200 schools have so far been destroyed by Russian forces.
The Isle of Vaila in Scotland Shetland islands also has a farmhouse, a cottage, and a coastline spanning around 6.5 miles.
As Russian warships blockade Ukrainian ports, Russian officials have begun accusing the government in Kyiv of creating a global food crisis.
The released footage appears to show Ukrainian artillery targeting entrenched Russian positions in the area.
An Israeli security official revealed to Newsweek "a very significant amount of work" on Israel's border security strategy near Egypt and Jordan.
Ukrainian troops reportedly struck Russian soldiers while the latter tried to make progress in taking the Kharkiv region in northeastern Ukraine.
NATO-member Lithuania blocked the transit of goods to the Russian exclave of Kaliningrad.
The new book by Andrew Chatterton has lifted the lid on the network of civilian saboteurs and spies trained to defeat Adolf Hitler's army.
A family of three in Australia went to the hospital after experiencing severe muscle pains, 10 hours after eating a queen snapper fish.
An explosive joint report by the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP) and Meduza exposed a common thread between several assets allegedly linked to Russian President Vladimir Putin.
A historic cathedral city was home to some of Britain's earliest humans more than half a million years before writer Geoffrey Chaucer immortalized it in verse in his Canterbury Tales.
Although the husband, Robbie Morgan, managed to escape the accident uninjured, tragically his wife died.
A judge in Brazil has banned abortion for an 11-year-old girl who became pregnant after being raped, prompting widespread outrage.
Taiwan says it would resist a Chinese attack on its own, but its citizens have gained renewed confidence in American assistance.
"We need to start rioting like the French when they are crossed," the employee reckoned about the different ways American and French employees were treated.