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Ukrainian cities suffer from planned power outages

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Ukrainian cities suffer from planned power outages

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  • 22.11, 07:21
    US sees ‘more evidence’ of war crimes in Ukraine


  • 22.11, 07:06
    Power outages in Ukraine likely to last ‘until at least March’ 2023

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  • US sees ‘more evidence’ of war crimes in Ukraine

    U.S. Ambassador General for Global Criminal Justice Beth Van Schaak said there is growing evidence that the invasion of Ukraine “was accompanied by war crimes committed in all regions where Russian troops were deployed.”

    Beth Van Schaak warned of evidence of “deliberate, indiscriminate and disproportionate attacks” on civilians in liberated areas, according to The Guardian. The “forced departure of Ukrainian citizens, including children, to Russia” was also condemned.

    Ukraine accuses Russia of kidnapping 34 children in Kherson

    The same newspaper writes that the US Ambassador General for Global Criminal Justice said that high-ranking Russian officials may be involved in war crimes. However, he declined to say specifically whether Russian President Vladimir Putin could be prosecuted for war crimes in Ukraine.

  • Power outages in Ukraine likely to last ‘until at least March’ 2023

    Sergei Kovalenko, CEO of Yasno, Kiev’s main private electricity supplier, warned that “everyone” should understand that it is likely that “Ukrainians will live with blackouts until at least the end of March” 2023.

    The Guardian recalls that Zelenskiy said half of Ukraine’s energy infrastructure had been damaged by Russian attacks, leaving thousands without electricity and water as winter approached and temperatures dropped.

    Sergei Kovalenko said that before the onset of winter, workers at Yasno are working to complete infrastructure repairs. However, he warns that the shutdowns will be “slightly across” Ukraine, but will be “less prolonged”.

  • Good morning.

    From now on we will focus on this new live blog all the coverage of what is already the 272nd day of the war in Ukraine.

    You can read the latest news here:

    In Lisbon, Boris Johnson says Putin started the war because he wanted to “rebuild the empire” and see himself as “the new tsar.”


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Source: Observador

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