Armenian-Russian relations have been deteriorating amid Armenia's continued territorial face-off with Azerbaijan.
Taiwan's military is "monitoring" ongoing Chinese drills, its military said.
"I'm shaking right now, I'm not even gonna lie," said the person filming mysterious lights in the sky above Montreal.
"It is a very dangerous and false choice," said North Korean official Pak Jong-chon about the U.S. and South Korea extending military drills.
"All we do out here is train and get ready for a fight that might come," said U.S. Navy Lieutenant Cordan Mackenzie, an F-18 pilot.
Taiwan deployed six of its most powerful jets late Wednesday in response to ongoing drills from Beijing's fighters.
The diplomat also mocked one of Taiwan's warships saying it looked like a 'museum piece.'
Taiwan's official Central News Agency said Ou Yang Li-hsing's hotel room showed no sign of any "intrusion."
More than 100 warplanes and 10 warships have taken part in drills on Friday after U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's controversial trip to Taiwan.
China continues to claim Taiwan as its own territory, and it has condemned the U.S. from communicating with Taiwan.
Chinese President Xi Jinping and Russian President Vladimir Putin released a joint statement saying there are "no limits" to the two countries' bond.
A Chinese official said the drills were provoked by "Taiwan's independence forces" and "external forces."
U.S. Navy Captain Mike Kafka said the Russian vessels had left the area following drills in the Pacific.
Contact with the German-made vessel was lost at 4:30 a.m. local time Wednesday, according to Indonesian military chief Hadi Tjahjanto.
Pyongyang warned that the planned aerial drill will "throw a wet blanket" on struggling negotiations.
Tensions in the Pacific run high between the U.S. and China over the independence of Taiwan and territorial claims in the South China Sea.
China's militarization of its island bases signified Beijing's determination to assert its territorial claims, regardless of U.S. opposition.
The training is held every year as part of the Foul Eagle joint military drills.
Nearly 7,000 U.S. troops are taking part in the 37th Cobra Gold drills held in Thailand.
"We are standing by and on guard 24 hours a day," said Lieutenant General Huang Kai-sen.
The drills come as the two allies clash over the controversial "comfort women" deal.
China carried out 16 drills near Taiwan in the past year prompting Taipei to warn that China's military threat was growing by the day.
Ultimately, President Jae-in believes that any possible stalemate rests upon Kim Jong Un.
More than 400 marines have been doing training activities together, including shirtless wrestling in the snow.
The exercise by China and Russia started the same day that the U.S., South Korea and Japan practiced underwater.
"We're ready to talk any time they'd like to talk," Tillerson said.
The aircraft left its base in the U.S. territory of Guam before joining two Japanese F-15 fighters to take part in the drills.
The air forces have begun five days of drills.
The drills are scheduled to take place November 11-14.