U.K. foreign secretary Liz Truss said sanctions are being widened to allow "more Russian interests that are of direct relevance to the Kremlin" to be targeted.
Russia has sent nearly 100,000 troops to the eastern border of Ukraine, and Western powers fear an invasion could be imminent.
Trump's remarks came after Russia recently told the U.S. to stop providing military aid to Ukraine.
Ukraine's president and GOP lawmakers have urged the Biden admin to hit Russia with sanctions before, not after, an invasion.
The Democratic legislation would sanction the pipeline if Russia invades Ukraine, while the Republican legislation would enact sanctions without an invasion.
The officials are accused of helping to provide equipment and technology for the country's missile program.
Myanmar is the world's largest exporter of teak, which is a valuable kind of hardwood used in building floors, furniture and bridges.
The State Department set visa restrictions on 116 people involved with the Ortega administration, including mayors, prosecutors and law enforcement officials.
Fourteen West African nations sanctioned Mali after its military transitional government delayed elections to 2026 instead of February as originally promised.
Akezhan Kazhegeldin told Newsweek the U.S. was needed to ensure an end to so-called strongman Nursultan Nazarbayev's influence.
He has been accused of violating the 1995 Dayton Accords by advocating for Bosnian Serb separatism.
"I fear that Putin is very likely to invade," Schiff said. "I think nothing other than a level of sanctions that Russia has never seen will deter him."
The 2015 nuclear deal eased sanctions on Iran in exchange for adding limits on its nuclear program, but President Donald Trump withdrew the U.S. in 2018.
U.S. Treasury Department announced sanctions against China on December 10 to place barriers in the global financial system for the people and bodies targeted.
The U.S. Senate passed a law Thursday banning imported goods from the Xinjiang region unless companies can prove they weren't produced using forced labor.
The government announced U.S. companies are not allowed to sell to China's Academy of Military Medical Sciences and its research institutes without a license.
"We have sanctions in place, we are ready to take additional sanctions if needed, and we will see" what happens, said EU Council President Charles Michel.
The Afghan foreign minister said the U.S. and other countries should unfreeze $10 billion in funds and that weakening the government is not in their interest.
A Treasury Department official said it "is using its tools to expose and hold accountable perpetrators of serious human rights abuse."
Johnson challenged the U.S. government to give details about which specific administrations in Liberia had paid him corrupt fees.
The ban on western imports is retaliation to what Belarus says is an "illegal external sanctions pressure aimed at undermining the sovereignty of Belarus."
The Arkansas Republican and New Hampshire Democrat argued over the Nord Stream 2 pipeline between Russia and Germany.
The U.S., U.K., Canada and European Union hit Belarus with sanctions including travel bans and asset freezes on all suspected of aiding in the migrant crisis.
The remaining signatories of the 2015 Iran nuclear deal met on Monday in Vienna to discuss reentering the agreement.
The sanctions are expected to be approved by EU leaders in the coming days.
Officials said the Belarus government is "using them [migrants] to escalate the border crisis and provoke Poland."
China and Russia's resolution aims to lift sanctions "with the intent of enhancing the livelihood of the civilian population" of North Korea.
Joe Biden wrote a letter to Congress saying Ethiopia was in "gross violations of internationally recognized human rights" as scores of people starve to death.
Belarus Interior Minister Ivan Kubrakov said the agreement's suspension is a "temporary measure" and could be resolved "after relations normalize."