Russian lawmakers on Tuesday adopted two amendments that will allow Russian President Vladimir Putin to create temporary, decentralized military groups.
According to Ukraine's military, Russia has lost more than 4,100 tanks since the beginning of the war.
The new groups will "strengthen the protection of public order and ensure public safety during the period of mobilization, during martial law, in wartime."
Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny called Girkin's detention illegal in a Tuesday message.
"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 are now nearly 4,000 Wagner Group fighters in the country, a pro-democratic opposition figure told Newsweek.
Social media users noted how the Russian president's suit didn't quite fit him during a meeting with Alexander Lukashenko.
Colonel Yevgeny Vashunin was killed during Ukraine's ongoing counteroffensive.
"We intend to give an additional impetus to these ties and elevate them to a brand-new level," Ambassador Anatoly Antonov tells Newsweek.
Russia is seeing a surge in interest in spirituality and mysticism as President Vladimir Putin's war in Ukraine continues.
Soldiers are heard being threatened by their commanding officers in newly published audio.
A new base housing Wagner Group exiles in Belarus is less than 500 miles from the Russian capital.
"We care about the security of the eastern flank," Polish Defense Minister Mariusz Błaszczak said on Sunday.
Russia's defense ministry has accused Kyiv of attempting to carry out a "terrorist act" using two drones on Monday.
The Russian president said his country is "capable of replacing Ukrainian grain."
Pope Francis travelled to Havana in 2016 for a historic meeting with Patriarch Kirill, but the Ukraine war has strained relations.
Authorities are evacuating residents living within a five-kilometer radius of the damaged ammunition depot.
"In terms of what Russia sought to achieve, what Putin sought to achieve, they've already failed," Secretary of State Antony Blinken said.
The former president said European nations must contribute more to Ukraine to match what the U.S. has given.
Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko said the paramilitary group wants to go on a "tour" of Poland during a meeting with Vladimir Putin Sunday.
The Russian nationalist blogger critical of Russian President Vladimir Putin's war conduct is in pre-trial detention on extremism charges.
Ukraine claimed an attack against an oil depot and warehouses in Crimea Saturday, days after explosions struck the Kerch Bridge, forcing thousands to evacuate.
Anton Cherepennikov, who was head of the IT company ICS Holding, is the second figure linked to Putin's regime to have died in 48 hours.
Russia's parliament has extended age limits for troops and increased fines for draft dodgers.
Donald Trump's Hollywood tribute was damaged, making puerile fun of his relationship with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
The planned drones course follows an earlier announcement that Russian schools will soon offer military training.
The Pentagon confirmed on Thursday that Ukraine had started using cluster munitions on the battlefield.