Russia's partial military mobilization aimed at slowing Ukraine's high-octane counteroffensive was in full swing Thursday. Live updates.
Russia's partial military mobilization aimed at slowing Ukraine's high-octane counteroffensive was in full swing Thursday: Conscripts answered summonses, schools were commandeered for recruit intake … [+8425 chars]
Vladimir Putin recently pledged to increase Russia's armed forces personnel by 137,000.
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Russia's leader condemned attempts to create a "unipolar world" in talks with China's President Xi.
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