Widespread power outages in Ukraine following Russian strikes 


Ukraine was forced to cut off electricity in most regions on Saturday, following Russian strikes, one of which killed nine people and injured 64 others in an apartment building, while London announced its intention to donate heavy tanks to Kyiv, which it says it badly needs.

Russia fired missiles at key infrastructure in Kyiv and other parts of Ukraine on Saturday, according to Ukrainian officials.

The Ukrainian Energy Minister Herman Galushenko announced power outages in most regions of Ukraine due to the recent Russian missiles attacks.

The deputy head of Ukraine’s presidential administration, Kyrylo Tymoshenko, wrote on the Telegram that a “missile attack on critical infrastructure facilities” was under way in Kyiv.

The capital’s mayor, Vitali Klitschko, spoke of explosions in the Dnipro region and urged residents to stay in shelters.

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