Local authorities quoted by The Euro Weekly News said that the fire caused no "threat to the population."
"I've witnessed that sort of resilience and determination to fight against the Russians," photographer Lynsey Addario told Newsweek.
The U.S. think tank said the Kremlin is preparing for a second draft of troops to fight in Ukraine.
The Kinburn Spit, along the Black Sea and just south of the city of Kherson, has played a major role in Russia's ability to control the waterway.
Ukraine's General Staff said Russia was drafting a law to legalize conscripting Ukrainians in Russian-occupied territories who have a Russian passport.
Artem Zinchenko has reportedly sought asylum in Estonia, where he was arrested in 2017 and then traded back to Russia a year later.
The withdrawal from Kherson has led those within Putin's inner circle to question the end game of the Ukraine war.
There is "panic and fear that the [Ukraine] Armed Forces will be able to liberate Crimea in the near future," a commenter said.
The last time the Russian leader attended a meeting with the permanent members of the Security Council was before the Ukraine war began.
"The Service (FSB) is not ready for internal terror, and Prigozhin and Kadyrov think that their time has come," an FSB agent wrote in an email shared with Newsweek.
Now in Spain, Nikita Chibrin said he was in a unit accused of atrocities in Bucha in the Kyiv region and is "completely against the war and Putin's policy."
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky vowed to take back Crimea hours after launching his Kherson counteroffensive.
A Russian pundit argued against nationalization on state television, saying: "Everything we have is Western."
Moscow's top diplomat in Beijing said both countries seek a world free from "rules written by nobody knows whom or on what basis."
Zelensky's interests are not the same as America's interests.
Russia's Black Sea Fleet has sustained major losses since the beginning of the war, including the sinking of its flagship Moskva.
The Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) said it had discovered a "torture chamber" where Russian occupiers tortured pro-Ukrainian Kherson residents.
Vadim Boyko was reportedly heavily involved with President Vladimir Putin's mobilization efforts.
"Russia's military is broken," an urban warfare expert tells Newsweek. "It can still engage in battles, but it is no longer capable of waging a large campaign."
Biden's measured response to an accidental missile strike in Poland helped soothe rising tensions, earning the praise of even the Kremlin.
Russia recently retreated from Kherson, the only regional capital the military had held since the start of the war.
Bolsheviks seized Wrangel Island, located near Alaska, from American settlers in 1924.
The soldier was charged with violence against a superior serviceman during mobilization, according to his lawyer.
Officials say the missile strike that killed two people in Poland was not an intentional Russian attack.
The news comes after Kirill Stremousov, another Kremlin-backed leader in Kherson, died in an apparent car accident.
Many are voicing their dissatisfaction with Vladimir Putin's partial mobilization order.
Ukrainian President Volodymr Zelensky has called the missile strike "a very significant escalation" amid the ongoing war in his country.