A post has appeared on the Chechen leader's Telegram channel, saying that he is alive and well.
A group of Russian soldiers said in a video that they abandoned their equipment after being ordered to fight in the direction of the front lines near Bakhmut.
"It is the right of the youth of those countries to have a defensive capacity," Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi said in response to Newsweek's question.
"Women in Iran have not fought for their rights because they already enjoy their rights," Jamileh Alamolhoda, wife of Iranian President Raisi, tells Newsweek.
The White House urged India to "fully cooperate" with Canada's probe into a Sikh leader's killing but emphasized the "strategic partnership" with New Delhi.
A massive nationwide march in Canada resulted in large gatherings and some arrests between protesters and counter-protesters.
The "skull cup" was found in a cave where ancient humans modified the bones of the dead for thousands of years. But its function remains unclear.
Russia has blamed Ukraine for a rise in attacks on its territory, many of which have struck military targets.
Researchers have identified the remains of at least three Neanderthals who lived more than 50,000 years ago from bones found at a cave site.
The Finnish-made satellite had "a very important role" in Ukraine's recent attack on Russian vessels in Sevastopol, Kyiv's military intelligence agency said.
A discovery from the Kalambo Falls site in Zambia challenges the prevailing view that Stone Age humans were solely nomadic.
"It's quite obvious that this war is going to last a long time," Turkey's leader, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, said on Monday.
"The threat of nuclear escalation proved to be the most powerful instrument in Russia's military toolkit," a war analyst tells Newsweek.
Video shows smoke rising in the Russian-occupied peninsula on Wednesday.
When the unit came under fire, the "commanders, senior company officers...fled like rats, leaving the guys alone to die under shelling."
The ceasefire in Nagorno-Karabakh on Wednesday will mean the "complete cessation of hostilities," Moscow said.
Ukrainian officials framed Russia's failure to prevent a new round of Armenia-Azerbaijan conflict as proof of Moscow's fickle backing.
While he did not not deny the incident happened, Paul Hutchinson said the girl was older than 18 at the time.
The VChK-OGPU Telegram channel which claims to have links to Russia's security services reported the strike hit the premises of the 7th Airborne Division.