Potential new Moscow-Pyongyang weapons agreements may cause ripples of instability from Europe to the Pacific.
"We had just given him a book about fossils, and because of that he was actively scanning the ground with his eyes," his father said.
"As long as adversaries target our partners, and if those partners invite us, we're going to go there and hunt," the Cyber National Mission Force told Newsweek.
A Ural Airlines plane made an emergency landing in Siberia on the day the Russian president called for more domestic flights.
The country's Defense Ministry told Newsweek that American firms are among foreign companies who have failed to deliver.
Putin also said more than half a million Russians have joined the military since his mobilization order.
Trump calls for the GOP to remove the president from office while citing the 25th amendment in wake of American detainees deal with Iran
A Liberian-flagged cargo ship was targeted by the Russian military on August 24, the U.K.'s Foreign Office said, citing new intelligence.
The child is thought to have swallowed the needles on the farm where his mother worked, where they are used to inject the cows.
Ukraine's Deputy Defense Minister Hanna Maliar said that Kyiv's troops had "dislodged the enemy" in areas of the Bakhmut direction.
Border guard units are poorly equipped and without sufficient digital communications systems, drones, and medical supplies, a top think tank has said.
Ukrainian leaders made clear in Kyiv this weekend that they do not have public support for territorial concessions to Russia.
The latest figures from state media indicate that more than 2,600 people have been killed by the devastating earthquake.
A distillery accident led to an Olympic pool's worth of red wine spewing into nearby areas on Monday.
The artwork found in the 1,600-foot-deep cave is thought to have been made more than 24,000 years ago.
Harrowing footage said to be from Morocco shows an infant being rescued from beneath a mound of earth.
The strange objects, which include anthropomorphic figurines and clay rattles, were found at a campsite along an important pilgrimage route.
"A neighbor next door heard noises and barking and got up, approached the wall with the neighbor and saw what happened. He did what he could," police said.
Maritime expert Yörük Işık told Newsweek the GRU's claims it had retaken the so-called Boyko Towers was a "major event" in the war.
Ramzan Kadyrov blamed Elkhan Suleymanov for his deteriorating health, the VChK-OGPU Telegram channel reported.