Russia's much-hyped Avangard missile makes an appearance on state TV weeks after Russia de-ratified a nuclear test-ban treaty.
The meme-filled videos spread on Ukrainian and Russian Telegram channels, though it's unclear if the Kremlin created them.
Moscow police stormed Artyom Kamardin’s flat, beat him and his girlfriend, and raped him with a dumbbell, the poet’s lawyer said.
The Moscow Aviation Institute said Anatoly Gerashchenko’s death was a “colossal loss.” He’s the latest in a string of high profile Russian officials to die in unusual circumstances in 2022.
More than 1,300 people were arrested in 38 cities after Vladimir Putin called up 300,000 reservists, a rights group said. Some of those arrested were reportedly threatened with being drafted to fight in Ukraine.
“Are you serious? Me? An 18-year-old girl and fashion blogger?” Veronika Loginova wrote in an Instagram post.
Attackers attempted to disrupt ride-hailing app service on Thursday, the company confirmed.
Ravil Maganov died Thursday after falling out of a sixth-storey window of a hospital nicknamed the “Kremlin’s Clinic,” according to Russian media.
Western sanctions have already had a major impact in Russia, with people who can't get their hands on foreign currency trying to convert their salaries into valuable goods such as MacBooks.
Ukrainians were seen attempting to stop the advance of Russian tanks by standing or kneeling before them.
In a lengthy speech that began with Putin claiming Russia created Ukraine, the Russian president warned that any “ensuing bloodshed” would be the responsibility of Ukraine's government.
Open source intelligence researchers and U.S. analysts see little evidence of troops actually pulling back, despite Russia's claims.