Russia–Ukraine War

Kherson, Under Russian Occupation, Loses Power After Alleged “Sabotage” | Russo-Ukrainian War

The Russian administration in Kherson blamed the outage on Ukraine, accusing it of attacking the Kakhovka hydroelectric dam. The administration installed by Russia in Kherson Ukrainian The region said the city of Kherson lost water and electricity after what it called an act of “sabotage”. In a statement on Telegram, the Russian-installed administration in Kherson …

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Kyiv prepares for a winter without heat, water or electricity

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — The mayor of Kyiv, Ukraine’s capital, is warning residents to prepare for the worst this winter if Russia continues to hit the country’s energy infrastructure — and that means not having electricity, water or heat in the freezing cold cannot be ruled out. “We are doing everything to avoid this. But …

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Putin approves the evacuation of the Ukrainian region of Kherson | Russia–Ukraine War

Russian President Vladimir Putin has publicly approved the evacuation of civilians from parts of the Kherson region in southern Ukraine amid conflicting reports of a curfew being imposed in the area controlled by the Russia. “Now, of course, those living in Kherson should be removed from the area of ​​the most dangerous actions, because the …

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Russian flag descends in Kherson, but Ukraine sees a trap

The Russian flag is lowered over the main administrative building in Kherson, Ukraine, but Ukrainian officials and war experts are not convinced surrender is near. They suspect Russia is setting an elaborate trap, creating the illusion of surrender while simultaneously increasing reinforcements for a major battle ahead. “The statements coming from Russia are contradictory. They …

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Heavy Russian barrage on Ukraine, no water for much of Kyiv

Kyiv, Ukraine — A massive barrage of Russian cruise missile and drone strikes hit critical infrastructure in Kyiv, Kharkiv and other Ukrainian cities early Monday, cutting off water and electricity in apparent retaliation for what Moscow said was a Ukrainian attack on its Black Sea Fleet. Russia has stepped up its attacks on Ukrainepower plants …

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Russia says British forces blew up Nord Stream; UK denies allegation | Russia–Ukraine War

British naval ‘specialists’ sabotaged critical gas pipelines last month, according to the Russian Defense Ministry, but the UK says Moscow is ‘making up stories’. British Navy personnel planted explosives and blew up the Nord Stream pipelines last month, the Russian Defense Ministry said, a claim London called false and designed to distract from Moscow’s military …

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Russia says it will suspend UN-brokered Ukraine export deal

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — Russia announced on Saturday that it will suspend its implementation of a UN-brokered grain deal that saw more than 9 million tons of grain exported from Ukraine during the war and drove down world food prices. The Russian Defense Ministry cited an alleged Ukrainian drone attack on Russian Black Sea Fleet …

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Russia declares troop recruitment complete; Ukraine says ‘new wave’ needed | Russia–Ukraine War

About 82,000 troops have been sent to the combat zone and the rest of the 300,000 reservists are in training, the defense chief said. Russia says it has finished calling up hundreds of thousands of reservists to fight in Ukraine, more than a quarter of which are already deployed on the battlefield. Friday’s announcement appears …

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Power outages worsen in Ukraine; fighting rages on many fronts

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — Relentless Russian attacks on energy infrastructure prompted Ukrainian authorities to announce worsening power cuts in the country’s biggest cities on Friday, with the mayor of Kyiv warning that the capital’s power grid is working. in “emergency mode” with energy supplies as low as 50% of pre-war levels. Meanwhile, the Russian president …

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“Too strong to be true”: is Russia setting a trap for Kherson? | Russo-Ukrainian War

Kyiv, Ukraine – For days, the Kremlin has been trumpeting evacuation of civilians from the key part of a southern region of Ukraine. Belgian size province of Kherson which serves as a gateway to the annexed Crimean peninsula was seized days after the start of the invasion. Bisected by the mighty Dnieper River, Kherson became …

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