Ukraine, live reporting    Moscow bombs Kherson: “4 dead and 10 wounded”.  UK: “Russian paratroopers return to Donetsk and Luhansk”

Ukraine, live reporting Moscow bombs Kherson: “4 dead and 10 wounded”. UK: “Russian paratroopers return to Donetsk and Luhansk”

November 24, 2022 8:30 p.m

Kyiv: “A playground was also hit in Kherson”

“The Russian invaders bombed Kherson again. Around 5 p.m. They covered a residential area of ​​the city with fire. Due to the bombings, a skyscraper caught fire while a playground was also hit. This was stated by Yaroslav Yanushevich, head of the Kherson regional military administration, quoted by UNIAN.

November 24, 2022 20:28

Four killed and ten wounded in Russian raids on Kherson

At least four people were killed and 10 injured in Russian shelling of the southern Ukrainian city of Kherson today, Governor Yarovslav Yanushovich said. “The Russian invaders opened fire on a residential area with several rockets. A large residential building caught fire,” Yanushovich explained.

Nov 24, 2022 7:54 p.m

Ukraine: “17 bombings in Kherson, one dead”

Russian troops bombed the liberated city of Kherson 17 times today, killing one and wounding another. This was reported by Halyna Luhova, head of the city’s military administration, quoted by Ukrinform. According to Luhova, there have been 62 Russian artillery strikes since November 20, with a total of eight dead and four wounded. Kherson was liberated by Ukrainian troops on November 11 but continues to come under fire from Russian forces who have withdrawn to the opposite bank of the Dnipro River.

November 24, 2022 7:50 p.m

Kyiv: “Iranian military advisers killed in Crimea”

Secretary of Ukraine’s National Security and Defense Council Oleksiy Danilov confirmed the killing of Iranian military advisers in Crimea and warned that other Iranians supporting Moscow’s invasion of occupied Ukrainian territory would also be targeted. The Guardian reports on it. Danilov said the Iranians were present in Crimea to help Russia fly armed Shahed-136 drones supplied by the Tehran government, but did not say how many were killed. In October, the Israeli press reported that 10 people had been killed in Ukrainian military attacks in Crimea. The senior Kiev official added that any further Iranian military presence would be targeted: “They shouldn’t be where they shouldn’t be,” he said, “they were on our territory. We didn’t invite them here, and if they are collaborating with the terrorists and taking part in the destruction of our nation, we must kill them.”

November 24, 2022 7:00 p.m

Biden: ‘This is not the time to leave Ukraine’

‘This is not the time to give up Ukraine for nothing,’ Joe Biden told reporters over the Thanksgiving holiday while visiting a fire station on the island of Nantucket. “I still believe there is enough support,” the president added, referring to the midterm result after the discussions and doubts raised by a Republican fringe during the campaign.

November 24, 2022 5:30 p.m

Russian bombs hit one of the most populated areas of Kherson

Powerful attack by the Russian army today on Tavriyskyi, one of the most densely populated districts of Kherson, a city in southern Ukraine from which Moscow troops moved on April 11. After yesterday’s rockets, they attacked one of the most densely populated districts, Tavriyskyi, 13 times today , in the northern part of the city,” said regional councilor Sergii Khlan, as reported by Ukrinform. Military chief Halyna Luhova said there had been destruction and the number of casualties was being investigated.

November 24, 2022 5:14 PM

Kyiv: “At least six dead in Russian attack on Vyshgorod”

“Six dead, thirty injured, damaged houses in the Ukrainian city of Vyshgorod.” This was announced by Andriy Nebytov, head of the national police agency of the Kyiv region, writes Ukrainska Pravda, recalling that yesterday the Russian Federation launched a massive missile attack on a number of regions of Ukraine, including the capital Kyiv. especially the energy infrastructure.

Nov 24, 2022 4:44 p.m

CNN: “Ukrainian surgeons operate with flashlights”

Flashlights on operating tables to avoid power outages. This is how we gear up in Ukraine, a country devastated by Russian missile attacks and constant power outages. Cnn writes it and reports on the experiences of Dr. Borys Todurov, the head of medical services at the Kyiv Heart Institute, who posted a video on Instagram showing a medical team wearing headlamps while performing heart surgery on a baby. The operation was underway when the power went out, said Dr. Todurov and also specified that the hospital “had no water for several hours”. The situation was also identical at the Mechnikova hospital in the central region of Dnipropetrovsk, where, according to director Sergii Ryzhenko, “dozens of patients were in critical condition while lying on the operating tables” just as the lights went out with “anaesthesiologists and surgeons.” “. who turned on their headlamps to save them.” “Lack of light will not stop us,” Ukraine’s Ministry of Health said on Facebook.

Nov 24, 2022 3:28 p.m

Kyiv: “Russian bombs destroyed a kindergarten in Donetsk”

Ukrainian authorities in Donetsk said Russian shelling hit the city of Toretsk, including the destruction of a kindergarten. Ukrinform reports this. “The Russians have launched another missile attack on the Donetsk region, this time on Toretsk. A Russian missile completely destroyed a kindergarten,” Pavlo Kyrylenko, head of the Donetsk regional military administration, wrote in Telegram. Since February 24, the Russians have reportedly destroyed and damaged a total of 682 educational institutions in Donetsk, including 283 kindergartens and 298 schools. On November 23, Russian troops shelled nine settlements in the region.

November 24, 2022 3 p.m

Kyiv: “Power has been restored across the country”

Power has been restored across Ukraine. This was announced by the deputy head of the Ukrainian office, Kyrylo Tymoshenko, via telegram, as reported by Ukrinform. “All regions of Ukraine were supplied with electricity,” Tymoshenko said. The first infrastructures to receive power were the “critical” ones, while technicians are working to “gradually reconnect household consumers to the grid”.