Fairy circles have puzzled scientists for decades. But new research hopes to reveal insights into their mysterious origin.
"Making the success of your security policy dependent on venal, corrupt, and illegitimate regimes carries huge risks," analyst Nathaniel Powell told Newsweek.
The first round of M1A1 tanks has reportedly arrived in Ukraine ahead of schedule.
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.
The U.S.-donated M1 Abrams are "preparing to reinforce our brigades," the Ukrainian leader, Volodymyr Zelensky, said on Monday.
"This is a remarkable achievement by Ukraine eliminating a very significant Russian military leader," James Stavridis wrote on Monday.
The film reportedly focuses on how India handled COVID-19 and its development of the BBV152 vaccine.
British defense officials said that Russian troops have not fared well in making advances in the Orikhiv and Bakhmut sectors.
The Ukrainians are fighting "to maintain the initiative so as to prevent the Russians from regrouping and fortifying their defensive positions yet again."
The unprecedented heat wave influenced researchers to step outside in shorts to acknowledge the occasion.
Dan Rice, a former aide to Ukraine's commander-in-chief, told Newsweek the U.S. is poised to greenlight the weapon system.
The device reportedly detonated after landing on the Khalino airfield in Russia's Kursk oblast, which has been the scene of recent attacks.
Ukraine's special forces said on Wednesday that 34 Russian personnel were killed in Friday's missile strikes on the Black Sea Fleet base.
U.S.-provided ATACMS would boost Ukraine's ability to fire deep behind the front lines into Russian-held territory.
Russian President Vladimir Putin is accused by the International Criminal Court (ICC) of the illegal deportation of children from Ukraine to Russia.
The former Fox News host gave the alleged blocking as an example of what he saw as an attempt to "subvert a democracy" by controlling the media.
The Indian rhino is listed as "vulnerable" on the International Union for Conservation of Nature Red List of Threatened Species.
The Kremlin Secrets Telegram channel suggested that a replacement is being lined up for Sergei Shoigu in the form of Colonel General Mikhail Teplinsky.
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.
The southern Ukrainian city of Odesa has been frequently targeted by Russian missile strikes.
"If you respect Ukraine's integrity so much, give Crimea back to us," Ukraine's Maria Drutska said after Sergei Lavrov's comments at the UN General Assembly.
Residents reported hearing a loud sound and a bright flash shortly before a temporary power outage in St. Petersburg.