Iraqi Foreign Minister Fouad Hussein discussed "ways to strengthen bilateral relations" with Iranian counterpart Hossein Amir-Abdollahian.
Ukrainian officials say at least 39 were killed and more than 100 were wounded in the attack which President Zelensky said deliberately targeted civilians.
Isn't the lesson learned from past sanctions inflicted on "rogue states" that they rarely work, and more often than not hurt ordinary people than help remove undesirable leaders? If so, why should Africa, arguably the weakest link of the international chain, try to tie down Russia?
Hall was wounded on March 14 when Russian forces opened fire on the vehicle he was traveling.
"Every day we find more and more bodies of the dead, in different parts of our city—in vegetable gardens, in park areas, in playgrounds," the mayor said.
U.S. Army War College's Lami Kim told Newsweek that "if the U.S. fails to prevent South Korea from acquiring nuclear weapons," then "it is possible that Japan would follow suit."
"The sincerity of Kiev's statements about the desire to seek ways of a diplomatic solution to the crisis raises great doubts," Russian ambassador Anatoly Antonov told Newsweek.
Iran's embassy in Kabul "condemns the use of terrorist methods that threaten the security of the Afghan people" at a time when major powers are still grappling with the country's crisis.
The Pentagon notified Congress of the Biden administration's third round of arms sales to Taiwan on Tuesday.
As President Joe Biden challenges Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin's legitimacy, professor Rajan Menon warns of two consequences that could prolong or even deepen the war in Ukraine.
Estimates vary over the number of Russian troop losses so far, with Kyiv claiming it could be as high as 16,000.
"Russia is not the neighbor we thought it was," said Finland Prime Minister Sanna Marin.
Russian media claimed that a far-right political figure gave the orders to fire at people in Bucha.
On Friday, South Korea's "scum-like" defense minister discussed the possibility of preemptive strikes on North Korea.
A senior Ukrainian intelligence official suspected Russia itself was behind the attack, while a former senior U.S. intelligence officer doubted that theory.
A Russian lawyer has said he will defend 12 national guardsmen who were fired for refusing to go to war in Ukraine.
"The Russian Federation continues to conduct full-scale armed aggression against Ukraine," the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine said.
The Russian-language Wikipedia contains "false information on the subject of a special military operation" of Russia's armed forces in Ukraine, regulator says.
Russia's Arctic Council envoy told Newsweek that the suspended forum should host "peaceful mutually beneficial collaboration despite geopolitical tensions elsewhere."
"We cannot condone any country arguing that another country's independence is the result of historical errors and crazy decisions," Singapore PM Lee Hsien Loong said.
Ukrainian officials are in talks with the Polish government to "completely close" the country's border with Belarus, Ukraine's ambassador to Poland said.
Former ICC President Chile Eboe-Osuji told Newsweek that 'the leadership of major countries have contributed to unreasonable restraint on the project of accountability for international crimes.'
Signs have emerged that Moscow may be setting its focus on the eastern breakaway republics as its largely-stalled forces turn back their advance on Kyiv.
The video of Russian troops describing a lack of equipment and their fears that they might be killed has been viewed more than 1.1 million times.
The lengthy interview was almost immediately banned by the Kremlin's telecommunications regulator, Roskomnadzor.
Ukrainian fighter jets took out four Russian military planes, two drones and a helicopter in 24-hours, Kyiv military officials said.
"Azeri forces are attacking Armenian soldiers in Artsakh at the moment while I'm speaking," an Armenian parliament member told Newsweek.
"Putin is at this point, unable to achieve his objectives in Ukraine," former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine John Herbst told Newsweek.