The strikes come as Ukraine continues its latest counteroffensive effort to reclaim occupied territory.
Andrei Medvedev's lawyer told Newsweek on Saturday that his arrest was a "misunderstanding."
"I think we need them, and they need us," Japanese Foreign Ministry deputy spokesperson Okano Yukiko told Newsweek.
"The so-called Indo-Pacific strategy is done for the objectives which suit Western powers," Pakistan caretaker Prime Minister Anwar-ul-Haq Kakar tells Newsweek.
"If the United States is concerned about China and wants to pivot towards Asia, then you have to ensure that Putin doesn't win in Ukraine," NATO's head said.
"It is the right of the youth of those countries to have a defensive capacity," Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi said in response to Newsweek's question.
"Women in Iran have not fought for their rights because they already enjoy their rights," Jamileh Alamolhoda, wife of Iranian President Raisi, tells Newsweek.
The White House urged India to "fully cooperate" with Canada's probe into a Sikh leader's killing but emphasized the "strategic partnership" with New Delhi.
"Our hand of peace still hangs in the air," Azerbaijani Ambassador Khazar Ibrahim told Newsweek, but "our other hand will always defend."
"Our policy in the Islamic Republic of Iran has been in having good neighborly relations with all countries in the region," Raisi told Newsweek.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky declared on Sunday that his military took control of Klishchiivka, a town near Bakhmut.
The Russian warship was attacked using an "experimental" drone, according to Ukrainian media.
"As long as adversaries target our partners, and if those partners invite us, we're going to go there and hunt," the Cyber National Mission Force told Newsweek.
"It is essential for Vietnam to balance its relations with China and the United States," expert Bich Tran told Newsweek.
"A devastative computer attack against our critical information infrastructure will not be left without response," Putin's cybersecurity envoy told Newsweek.
"If the West doesn't pay attention to this now, they will again have missed the boat," South African business leader Ivor Ichikowitz told Newsweek.
Ukraine has reportedly made advances in its counteroffensive efforts in the past week.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky's efforts to clean up corruption resulted in the arrest of a billionaire who backed his 2019 presidential campaign.
Belarus accused a Polish military helicopter of illegally crossing its border.
Russian soldiers defending a critical border are reportedly suffering "extreme physical and psychological stress."
"No one can afford a conflict that extends into space," General Chance Saltzman, head of the U.S. Space Force, tells Newsweek.
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The ultimatum "demonstrates the absence of full Kremlin control over its own politics and its own policies," former U.S. ambassador John Herbst told Newsweek.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky praised Pilshchikov as a pilot "who greatly helped our state."
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