The Kremlin struggled to explain President Vladimir Putin's apparent U-turn on using mercenaries in his full-scale invasion of Ukraine.
Russia should conduct nuclear tests at the location at least once to scare the West, Vladimir Putin ally Mikhail Kovalchuk has said.
Andrey Troshev, a former Wagner commander, has been touted as the successor to the mercenary group's late leader, Yevgeny Prigozhin.
The initiative raises questions about payouts Vladimir Putin promised to injured servicemen in the war.
Dutch oil refineries would be "a perfect target for a cluster munition," Kremlin propagandist Vladimir Solovyov said on state TV.
The Tashkent blast reportedly damaged houses 20 miles away.
Western-imposed sanctions mean Moscow is looking to ramp up domestic production of microchips. This feat won't be achieved in the near future, Russia signals.
According to officials, Artur Sultangaliev was wounded and hospitalized with a serious illness in January. He died on September 24 and was buried on Monday.
"We are ready, although the result will be achieved at a much greater cost to humanity than in 1945," former Russian President Dmitry Medvedev warned.
Russian President Vladimir Putin is expected to announce his bid for another term by the end of the year, with the election in March 2024.
Calls are growing for Anthony Rota, the speaker of Canada's House of Commons, to resign after calling Yaroslav Hunka a hero.
The closure of the Bosphorus Strait to military traffic has meant three of the fleet's large landing ships have not been able to return to their home port.
Russian President Vladimir Putin is accused by the International Criminal Court (ICC) of the illegal deportation of children from Ukraine to Russia.
Yaroslav Hunka, a Ukrainian who is accused of serving in a Nazi unit during World War Two, was praised at a parliamentary meeting in Canada.
Residents reported hearing a loud sound and a bright flash shortly before a temporary power outage in St. Petersburg.
Fuel shortages have been reported nationwide, while wholesale fuel prices have soared across the country.
A joint-exercise between U.S. and Armenian troops had not been affected by the fighting in Nagorno-Karabakh, a U.S. military spokesperson said.
Russia's Defense Ministry said that a car carrying Russian peacekeepers came under fire in Nagorno-Karabakh and that all servicemen died.
A post has appeared on the Chechen leader's Telegram channel, saying that he is alive and well.
Russia has blamed Ukraine for a rise in attacks on its territory, many of which have struck military targets.
When the unit came under fire, the "commanders, senior company officers...fled like rats, leaving the guys alone to die under shelling."
Russia's Defense Ministry said two crew members were able to safely eject from the aircraft.
Drone attacks on Russian soil have increased in intensity throughout Vladimir Putin's war in Ukraine.
Independent news outlet Verstka reported that the figures may indirectly indicate the approximate scale of the Russian losses in the war.
Over the past year, dozens of types of drugs have disappeared from pharmacies in Russia.
The Azerbaijani defense ministry said "local anti-terrorist activities" had been launched to "suppress large-scale provocations" in Nagorno-Karabakh.
Kyiv has announced the recapture of the village of Klishchiivka, near the city of Bakhmut, only days after liberating the nearby village of Andriivka.