UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres called for Moscow and Kyiv to work together with the UN to set up aid and evacuation corridors in Ukraine.
Igor Volobuev is at least the fifth senior executive known have left Russia since it launched the war in Ukraine.
Poland and Bulgaria said they were looking for alternative sources of natural gas supplies.
For the moment, Russia's forces are concentrated in eastern Ukraine and attempting to seize the Donbas region.
Trash collectors in the Russian city of Novosibirsk have gone on strike against poor equipment and long hours.
Adam Delimkhanov was recognized by Russian President Vladimir Putin for his “courage and heroism.”
A gunman has reportedly opened fire inside a kindergarten in Russia’s Ulyanovsk region.
Alekhina is wanted by police after failing to attend court last week.
Some of the Ukraine-based reporters for independent Russian outlets have been surprised by the level of help they have received from Ukrainians.
At least 1,744 Russian soldiers have been killed in Ukraine, according to Mediazona research.
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Analysts linked the collapse of fertilizer and metals exports to EU sanctions over Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
Britain announced it would prevent the export of surveillance and interception equipment.
Given the current tensions, Lavrov said the danger of a World War III was "real."
The separatist Moscow-backed territory in Moldova has been targeted in what appeared to be a grenade-launcher attack.
The United States believes Kyiv can win the war against Russia if it has the "right equipment," Pentagon chief Lloyd Austin said Monday.
Officials alleged that the 'neo-Nazi assassins' were under orders from Ukraine’s Security Services.
Russian companies have reportedly called on the government for help purchasing “tens of thousands of servers.”
Vnukovo’s year-on-year traffic has declined by 19 percent as countries close their airspace to Russian planes.
Officials said that imposing sanctions on Kabaeva could hamper efforts to negotiate peace in Ukraine.
The first explosions took place shortly after midnight.
"In effect, the embassy is under a blockade by the U.S. government agencies," Ambassador Anatoly Antonov told state television.
Putin is reportedly avoiding meeting Zelensky "with all his might."
Blinken and Austin’s trip comes as the war enters its third month.
Zelensky issued a new call for a meeting with Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin "to end the war."
“I realized that we as a company are responsible for this. We are not victims, we are actors,” said one former Yandex employee.
Putin has not taken Guterres's phone calls since the UN chief said the invasion violated the UN charter.
This marks Moscow's first admission of the losses following the tragedy.
Pope Francis has condemned Russia's military operation in Ukraine while Patriarch Kirill has been a staunch supporter of the campaign.
Lev Ponomarev cited worries about his personal safety, including "shadowy information about what they intended to do to me."
Ukraine's forces in besieged Mariupol have repeatedly rejected calls to lay down their arms.
Ukraine says the battle for Mariupol continued despite Russian claims that it has "liberated" the besieged port city.
The Defense Ministry said the ceasefire would start with the "raising of white flags" by Ukraine's forces at the Azovstal plant.
With foreign firms unable to carry out upgrades, Russia faces the risk of being stuck with outdated equipment.
The strategic port city has been badly damaged by two months of fighting, and tens of thousands of people have fled.
Vladimir Kara-Murza has spoken out regularly against Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
"Control over the south of Ukraine is another way out to Transnistria, where there are cases of Russian-speaking people being oppressed."
Vagit Alekperovv had been head of Lukoil since 1993 and recently fell under British and Australian sanctions.
Russia classified customs data "to avoid incorrect estimates, speculation and discrepancies in imports."
Zelensky said the battle continued despite Russian claims that it has "liberated" Mariupol.
Russia launched its spring draft this month, eyeing the recruitment goal of 134,500 men by July 15.
"The special operation to destroy and clear Mariupol has been completed today," Delimkhanov said.
Foreign Secretary Liz Truss tweeted that the sanctions were on "those with Ukrainian blood on their hands."
The foreign ministry said the list was comprised of people responsible for the two countries' "Russophobic" policies.
Video shows plumes of dark smoke rising from the Aerospace Defense Forces’ Second Central Research Institute.
Authorities last week approved a $41-million program to support employment in the Russian capital.
Aynur Shayakhmetov was charged under a sweeping law against “fake news” about the military that Russia passed after invading Ukraine.
Two low-resolution photos taken from different angles showed a large warship engulfed in smoke.
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