Russian missile strikes have damaged a hospital in Zaporizhzhia, according to the region’s governor, Oleksandr Starukh.Starukh wrote on Telegram that no one was injured but "the same cannot be said about the building".The attacks come after Russia’s latest barrage shut down all of Ukraine’s nuclear plants – including Europe's largest located in Zaporizhzhia – for the first time in 40 years.The vast plant in Russian-held territory was reconnected on Thursday, Ukrainian nuclear power company Energoatom said.A barrage of missiles late also struck the recently liberated city of Kherson, killing four people and injuring at least 10 others, according to the Ukrainian army."This is the revenge of those who lost," Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said on Thursday."They do not know how to fight.
The only thing they can still do is terrorise. Either energy terror, or artillery terror, or missile terror -- that's all that Russia has stooped down to under its current leaders."Ukrainian officials also reported that seven people were killed and 30 wounded in shelling in Vychgorod.NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg said there would be no lasting peace in Ukraine if Russia won the war, adding that the Western military alliance would not back down its support for Kyiv.The mayor of Kyiv says that nearly 50% of the city's residents were still without power on Friday, two days after Russian strikes.The Ukrainian capital was one of many cities and infrastructure sites targeted by a barrage of Russian rockets on Wednesday.Officials say ten people were killed while millions of Ukrainians had spent Thursday without electricity or water."A third of Kyiv's homes already have heating, specialists are still restoring it in the capital," VitaliRead more on euronews.com