Russian lawmakers on Tuesday adopted two amendments that will allow Russian President Vladimir Putin to create temporary, decentralized military groups.
The ship sunk on July 20 and now 1,300 shipping containers are floating throughout the harbor.
A U.S. drone in Syria was damaged on Sunday by Russian aircraft, U.S. officials confirmed on Tuesday.
The new groups will "strengthen the protection of public order and ensure public safety during the period of mobilization, during martial law, in wartime."
The fiercely contested Donetsk city of Bakhmut in eastern Ukraine has borne the brunt of some of the heaviest fighting of the war.
Qin Gang was last seen in public on June 25 and he has now been removed from his post just months into the job.
The delicate statuette, thought to have been of religious significance, was found in a very unusual location: the garbage heap.
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.
Moscow has been bombarding Ukrainian ports with kamikaze drones and anti-ship missiles, the British defense ministry said.
With electronic jamming, drones do not "need to be shot down by anti-aircraft missiles or anti-aircraft guns," a Ukrainian air force spokesperson said.
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.
Russia has lost 311 helicopters since February 2022, according to figures from Ukraine's General Staff.
Ukraine added the British company to its "International Sponsors of War" list after it decided to keep operating in Russia.
There have been widespread concerns about a potential nuclear catastrophe at Europe's largest nuclear power plant since Russian forces captured it in 2022.
"They've already got their hooks in the critical infrastructure and that's my biggest concern as a military commander," General Laura Richardson tells Newsweek.
"We are now waging World War IV," political scientist Andrey Sidorov told Russia 1 channel anchor Vladimir Solovyov.
Ukraine is about to receive an additional $400 million of military aid from the U.S., according to reports.
A crucial air defense system in Moscow failed to shoot down a drone strike on Monday.
Protesters were gathered in the area in opposition to a controversial set of sweeping judicial overhauls recently passed by the Israeli parliament.