The 21-year-old soldier shot a 62-year-old man in the head toward the beginning of the war
On the day the first location opened, more than 30,000 customers stood in line to get a taste of American-style fast food. Just over a year later, the Soviet Union fell
Finland formally announced on Sunday that it plans to apply for membership in the Western military alliance
Ukraine leader hails visit as strong sign big bipartisan support from America
"This is the second spending bill for Ukraine in two months. And this bill is three times larger than the first," Paul said before formally blocking the aid package. "Congress just wants to keep on spending, and spending"
"When our children are taken out, they destroy the national identity, deprive our country of the future," said Ukraine's ombudswoman
The addition of Finland and Sweden would expand NATO to include 32 member nations
Trump returns to a familiar argument that North Atlantic Treaty member countries are not paying their fair share
Alyokhina: "I have no idea what will be the end of this reflection but without that, the country doesn't have a right to exist – like Germany after the Second World War. It’s Russia where we should have a de-Nazification, not Ukraine"
Marat Gabidullin, 55, took part in Wagner Group operations in Syria and the previous conflict in Ukraine, but turned down a recruiter who approach him for the current invasion because he knew Russian forces were ill-prepared