The new groups will "strengthen the protection of public order and ensure public safety during the period of mobilization, during martial law, in wartime."
"Dishes, masts, transmitting, and receiving devices" have been installed atop the Russian embassy in Moldova, an investigation has found.
Russia's airborne forces, the VDV, in Kherson had put forth an audio message threatening desertion.
There have been widespread concerns about a potential nuclear catastrophe at Europe's largest nuclear power plant since Russian forces captured it in 2022.
Russia is seeing a surge in interest in spirituality and mysticism as President Vladimir Putin's war in Ukraine continues.
Russia's defense ministry has accused Kyiv of attempting to carry out a "terrorist act" using two drones on Monday.
Authorities are evacuating residents living within a five-kilometer radius of the damaged ammunition depot.
The Pentagon confirmed on Thursday that Ukraine had started using cluster munitions on the battlefield.
Days earlier, Igor Girkin said Russia would not survive another presidential term by Vladimir Putin.
A missile and drone attack launched by Moscow damaged a building at the Chinese consulate in the Ukrainian port city of Odesa this week.
Yevgeny Prigozhin's mutiny "exposed weaknesses in the system that Putin has built," William Burns said .
"What is happening at the front [in Ukraine] is an embarrassment in which we do not need to participate," the Wagner Group leader said in a video.
South Africa would be legally obliged to arrest the Russian president should he make a trip there next month for the BRICS summit.
Explosions were reported at Russian military training grounds in Crimea early on Wednesday morning.
More than 2,000 residents of four Crimean settlements will be evacuated after explosions rocked a military training ground.
Russian authorities detained Mikhail Polyakov, a former Federal Security Service (FSB) colonel, last week.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has made a number of military changes over battlefield failures in Ukraine.
In early July, four residents in the Tuva region, which borders Mongolia, were diagnosed with anthrax after eating the meat of an infected horse.
Thousands began to leave Crimea on Monday after an attack on the Kerch bridge.
Tourists and residents are leaving the Black Sea peninsula—which was illegally annexed by Putin in 2014—videos show.
"Everyone involved in this should be presented with the highest state awards," Oleksiy Goncharenko, a member of the Ukrainian parliament, said.
Authorities said two people were killed in an "emergency" on the strategically vital Kerch Strait Bridge, which connects Russia with Crimea.
Drone footage caught a lone soldier running before he tripped and was struck by a falling tree, reportedly near Bakhmut.
Local residents have reportedly been asked to remain at home, while an official asked residents not to panic, saying the situation "is under control."
More than 100 workers from the plant were reportedly taken to a nearby hospital after a cylinder containing depleted uranium hexafluoride "depressurized."
""Friends, it's all just beginning. PMC Wagner and its path is far from over," a man who says he is a Wagner Group field commander said in a video.
The polling was conducted a few weeks into the start of Ukraine's counteroffensive to recapture territories seized by Russia throughout the war.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan on Monday agreed to send Sweden's NATO accession protocol to the Turkish parliament "as soon as possible."
The high-ranking commander reportedly died near the Russian-controlled port city of Berdyansk in Ukraine's Zaporizhzhia region.