More than 70% of Kiev remains without power after Russian attacks

About 70% of homes in Kiev, the capital of Ukraine, remained without power on Thursday (24), after a series of attacks with Russian missiles, said the mayor of the city, Vitali Klitschko.

Russian bombing of Kiev has hit power infrastructure and is crippling water supplies to properties, in the worst damage to the region in nine months of war.

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