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On Monday morning, several explosions were heard in the Ukrainian capital Kyiv, just after an air alarm was triggered. Kiev Mayor Vitali Klitschko issued a warning on Telegram for residents to seek immediate shelter. The attacks were carried out by Russian combat drones that had damaged power supplies in the Odessa and Mykolaiv regions of southern Ukraine. This led to a partial power outage in Odessa, and injuries to eleven people, two of whom were seriously hurt, due to a fire at a substation in the Mykolaiv region.

The Ukrainian Air Force reported that two ballistic missiles were fired over Kiev using hypersonic missiles, according to US Ambassador to Ukraine Bridget Brink. In addition, air strikes were also reported on the Zaporizhia region and artillery shelling in the Sumy region in eastern Ukraine. The Russian army has been increasing its air strikes against Ukraine’s energy supply, causing major problems in cities like Charkiw. Repairs are expected to take about a week.

In Russia, a fire at the Novocherkassk power and thermal power plant was attributed to a Ukrainian drone attack, although the cause is officially under investigation. Ukraine has been defending against a Russian invasion for over two years and has expanded its use of drones to target the Russian oil industry. These events highlight the ongoing conflict between Ukraine and Russia, with both sides engaging in military actions that have led to casualties and damage to critical infrastructure. The situation remains volatile as both countries continue to escalate their attacks and defenses in the region.

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