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three dead and six injured in Russian strikes on kyiv

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Europe 1 with AFP
2:26 p.m., November 23, 2022modified to

3:59 p.m., November 23, 2022

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kyiv’s military administration announced on Wednesday that three people were killed and six others injured in Russian strikes on the city. “A one-story building was damaged” by one of these strikes, added the administration without giving further details.

Three people were killed and six others injured in Russian strikes on Ukraine’s capital kyiv on Wednesday, the capital’s military administration announced on Telegram. “A one-story building was damaged” by one of these strikes, added the administration without giving further details. Also on Wednesday, an “infrastructure” site was hit by shelling in the city, Mayor Vitali Klitschko said, urging people to stay in shelters.

“Stay in the shelters”, urges the mayor of Kyiv to the inhabitants

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“An infrastructure site has been hit. Stay in the shelters,” the mayor of kyiv wrote on Telegram, without giving further details. “Several other explosions in various neighborhoods,” he added shortly after in a separate message. “Rescue services and doctors are on their way to the places” affected, he added. The mayor of kyiv also reported “emergency” power cuts in “certain districts” of the capital.

A northern district of kyiv was left without electricity just after a series of explosions, noted an AFP journalist. Problems with the mobile network were also observed in the capital. The governor of the Kyiv region, Oleksiï Kouleba, reported on Telegram of “residential” areas and “critical infrastructure sites” affected in this region. “There is a risk of further bombings,” he warned.

The mayor of Lviv in western Ukraine, Andriï Sadovy, for his part indicated that “the whole city” was without electricity. “Problems with the water supply are possible,” he warned.

Source: Europe1

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