Iran and Venezuela agreed on "the commitment to reinforce multilateralism and reject the interference and interventionism" of the United States.
Iran said it's "confident that our Muslim brothers and sisters in Afghanistan will foil the divisive schemes of their enemies through solidarity."
"We're in the midst of a ticking time bomb," one Lebanese citizen who lives in Ein Rummaneh and witnessed the confrontation told Newsweek.
Pakistan International Airlines spokesman Abdullah Hafeez said "the situation on the ground is not conducive for international flight operations."
"Engagement among countries in the region, engagement with Iran...that's all things that we would encourage," the U.S. special representative for Iran said.
"There is no doubt that the malicious hand is behind the ISIS attack," Ahmad Yasir, protocol officer of the Taliban's political office in Qatar, told Newsweek.
"From the very beginning, our scientists said we need to develop a vaccine that could be used with children," senior Cuban diplomat Carlos Fernández de Cossío told Newsweek.
"We believe more countries, with their eyes wide open, will oppose the U.S. hegemonic approach featuring politicization and a sense of supremacy in pursuit of self-interests at the expense of others," the Chinese Foreign Ministry's Zhao Lijian said.
Under Secretary of State Victoria Nuland arrived in Moscow on Monday for a three-day trip on behalf of the U.S. State Department.
The United Nations provides a podium that authoritarian regimes exploit to advance their agendas, mock international norms and gaslight victims.
Taiwan's ruling party has "thrown itself into a political gamble that has only short-term benefits and no chance of winning in the long run," said the Global Times.
"The US dispatching military personnel to the island of Taiwan is a very severe matter," said an editorial piece in the Global Times.
Top Russian diplomat said the U.S. approach "has openly proclaimed that its chief objective is containing China," which Beijing said "was very well-put indeed!"
As Turkey continues to stoke the fires of ongoing tensions, the U.S. must make clear that it will not fight Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's wars under the obligation of NATO defense if these disputes erupt beyond Erdogan's control.
"To take a photo with the product of another country is no honor," Iranian Revolutionary Guard deputy commander-in-chief General Ali Fadavi said.
The two men agreed to use the AUKUS conflict as an opportunity to "deepen and strengthen coordination" to repair relations between the U.S. and France.
Taliban spokesperson Zabihullah Mujahid's said that forces raided an operations center despite no claim of responsibility for the bombing.
Even though it is human nature to keep scrolling—to shift our attention from one crisis to the next—we must keep working to help the Afghans who are at risk of Taliban retaliation.
U.N. deputy spokesman Farhan Haq said the U.N. policy on "persona non grata" only applies to states, and therefore does not apply to U.N. personnel.
North Korean Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un says he intends to restore inter-Korean communication lines "from early October."
"There has been no decision so far on the development of nuclear weapons," one Taliban official told Newsweek on the condition of anonymity.
"Getting the relationship right is not optional, but something we must do and must do well," Chinese ambassador to the U.S. Qin Gang said, citing President Xi Jinping.
Rodong Sinmun reported that North Korea's Academy of National Defense Science "conducted a test launch of the newly developed hypersonic missile 'Hwasong-8.'"
North Korea's U.N. envoy said "nobody can deny the righteous right to self-defense for the DPRK to develop, test, manufacture and produce the weapon systems" like those fielded by its rivals.
Expert analysis shared with Newsweek shows similarities between the "Waeed" unmanned aerial vehicle displayed earlier this year by Ansar Allah and a "Shahed-136" drone Western officials link to Iran.
If we are going to stand a chance against the latest generation of tyranny, the U.K. can and must lead the way on religious freedom.
Pakistan's foreign minister says his country is ready to play a "constructive, positive" role in opening communications with the Taliban.
The two leaders spoke for the first time since the U.S. announced its submarine deal with Australia—an agreement France called a "knife to the back."