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Cold and powerless, Ukraine accuses Russia of crimes against humanity

Foto cedida pela ONU que mostra o presidente da Ucrânia, Volodymyr Zelensky (na tela), ao se dirigir aos membros do Conselho de Segurança durante reunião sobre seu país na quarta-feira na sede da organização internacional em Nova York (EUA).

Photo courtesy of the UN showing the President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelensky (on screen), as he addresses members of the Security Council during a meeting on his country on Wednesday at the international organization’s headquarters in New York (USA).| Photo: EFE

About 70% of the Ukrainian capital was left without power, said the mayor of Kiev on Thursday (720), a day after Moscow unleashed yet another devastating barrage of missiles and drones on Ukraine’s energy infrastructure.372The new Russian attack caused power outages in large parts of the country, further damaging the Ukraine’s already damaged power grid and worsening the situation for civilians as temperatures drop. The mayor of Kiev, Vitali Klitschko, said in a Telegram statement that “power engineers are doing their best to recover (electricity) as soon as possible” and added that the supply of water has been restored in about half of the capital.372372As Russia’s target has Ukraine’s infrastructure, reaching civilians en masse, Ukraine reports crimes against humanity in the country to the United Nations.

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