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Ukraine's president shared a video filmed from his Kyiv office, saying: "I'm not hiding. And I'm not afraid of anyone."
The Chinese ambassador expressed alarm at the loss of civilian life in Ukraine and thanked countries including Russia for helping to evacuate its citizens.
"Potentially anything that helps to empower the Iranian economy, the money is then channeled into terror activity," an Israel Defense Forces official told Newsweek.
India has been leading global initiatives to tackle climate change and its impact.
Those on the list are considered to have taken "unfriendly actions against Russia, Russian companies, and citizens," the Kremlin said.
Russia is ready to halt its military action "in a moment," said Kremlin spokesperson Dmitry Peskov.
The arrest comes amid a broader crackdown on free speech in Russia, where authorities have prohibited media from calling the invasion of Ukraine a "war."
Russia announced new "humanitarian corridors" that were denounced by Ukraine and its allies after two failed bids to evacuate civilians from Mariupol.
Some 47 people died in Chernihiv following Russian airstrikes, regional authorities claimed.
"We were all deceived, all deceived. They were sent there as cannon fodder. They are young. They were unprepared," one Russian mother said.
Social media users have praised the girl for offering hope to Ukrainians as they try to withstand the Russian invasion.
The city of Chuhuiv in eastern Ukraine was among the first places to report damage after Russia's invasion.
The war has so far cost the lives of hundreds of soldiers from both countries, though the exact number of deaths remains disputed.
"We firmly oppose any separatist activities seeking 'Taiwan independence' and firmly oppose foreign interference," said Premier Li Keqiang.
Videos showed protesters waving Ukrainian flags in the city of approximately 300,000 people.
"Starlink has been told by some governments (not Ukraine) to block Russian news sources," the SpaceX CEO tweeted on Saturday.
"We are at a significantly escalated risk of nuclear use," Nuclear Threat Initiative President Joan Rohlfing told Newsweek.
The leading independent broadcaster was blocked by Russia's telecommunications regulator this week following pressure over its coverage of the Ukraine war.
A U.S. military officer told Newsweek that Russia's 40-mile convoy seems a "super juicy target looking from the sky," but Ukrainian forces "can't do anything about it."
"We have around 1,500 personnel of the Russian military stationed in the eastern region of the Republic of Moldova, which is a breakaway region," Ambassador Eugen Caras told Newsweek.
"Western allies could have isolated the far-right, but blew it by delegitimizing all this as conspiracy theories and propaganda," former State Department analyst Jonathan Brunson told Newsweek.
Belarus, Eritrea, North Korea and Syria rejected U.N. condemnation of Russia, while China, India and Pakistan were among those abstaining.
"Georgia was the first victim who suffered from atrocities of Russian invasion," Former Georgian Prime Minister Mamuka Bakhtadze told Newsweek. "Back then we were not heard and now, as a result, 20% of Georgian territories are occupied."
"Biden's statement about no U.S. service members in Ukraine opens the door wide to covert drones as well as CIA paramilitary in the country," a former senior U.S. intelligence officer told Newsweek.
Chinese embassy spokesperson Liu Pengyu dismissed a "conspiracy theory" alleging "China supported the military action" launched against Ukraine by Russia.
"Neutrality does not imply to be indifferent with regard to violations of international law," the Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs told Newsweek.
A host of Hollywood stars spoke out in support of Ukraine at the 2022 Screen Actors Guild Awards.
"Growing strategic relations with the U.S. cannot imply India dumps its ally Russia," India's retired Major General Harsha Kakar told Newsweek.