Helsinki is concerned about Moscow using migration to pressure the country into lifting sanctions and travel bans on Russians.
The WNBA star was arrested in the days leading up to Russian President Vladimir Putin's invasion of Ukraine.
Betting websites are offering odds on a Russian nuclear attack before the end of the year.
Moscow Mayor Sergey Sobyanin said on Monday that the goals of the partial mobilization "have been achieved in full."
Kirill Kabanov said Friday that he received a complaint from a Russian worker who was "detained during a 'raid' on draft dodgers."
Newsweek takes you through the most serious nuclear war near misses since the Cuban Missile Crisis, and compares them with the ongoing Ukraine war.
"Putin, and this is the great irony, is in danger of being outflanked by the very political constituency he created," said former head of MI6 Alex Younger.
The reported arrests come as the Kremlin faces mounting criticism over President Vladimir Putin's invasion of Ukraine.
A Russian athlete "completely blind" from birth was reportedly called up to join Putin's war effort.
Gordei Nefedov, a deputy from Moscow's Lomonosovsky Municipal Council, told Newsweek he expressed his opinion "as a deputy and as a citizen."
A company the actor has a stake in plans to build a martial arts center on the land, which was to be the site of a children's cancer rehabilitation facility.
"There were no people who wanted to rejoice at the occupation of part of Ukraine for free and without coercion," activist George Alburov tweeted.
Russian officials confirmed its forces had retreated from the city of Lyman, which had previously been under its occupation.
The ministry said the measures are a response to increasing production costs as a result of sanctions imposed after the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
Edward Snowden has said being granted Russian citizenship by Vladimir Putin will give him "a little stability."
One 63-year-old man who has diabetes and a severe brain injury was among those called to fight after doctors told him he was fit for service.
Video of Chinese tanks "near the Russian border" claimed to be part of strike against "Evil NATO," while others speculated it was a sign of imminent invasion.
A Pentagon press secretary said that the mobilization may address "a manpower issue" for Russia, but not necessarily solve the logistics problem.
The Kyrgyzstan embassy in Russia warned citizens that they could face 10 years in prison as punishment for fighting in the war.
More than a thousand people have reportedly been arrested for opposing Putin's announcement that up to 300,000 reservists would be called up to fight.
Russian protesters are being threatened with punishments that include being drafted to fight against Ukraine.
Scientist Anatoly Gerashchenko is the latest Russian public figure who has died in mysterious circumstances since February.
"We are not prepared to expose our men - brothers, sons, husbands, fathers and grandfathers - to any moral, ethical or physical danger."
The Russian president's call for more firepower comes as new laws impose stricter penalties against disobedient soldiers.
"The Ukrainian operational success has simply led to the realization that now we are going to have to start fighting for real," said a Russian military expert.
"I do not recognize the results of such a vote, and I cannot consider my mandate as legitimate," said Daria Bagina, who won election to Moscow's parliament.
Four more members of the Smolninskoe local council are set to make court appearances this week.
Pro-Russian Telegram channels have openly criticized the Kremlin amid Ukraine's counteroffensive.