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Ukraine war: Two-thirds of Kyiv still without power after deadly Russian missile strikes

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A day after Russian strikes battered Ukrainian cities, killing ten people and knocking out power and water service in several regions, according to officials, more than two third of Kyiv was still without power on Thursday morning.The outages are the biggest the city has experienced since the beginning of Russia's invasion on February 24.

According to Kyiv Mayor Vitali Klitschko, electricians and repair workers were doing everything to get the power back on "as fast as possible", but the recovery would depend largely on the overall energy "balance" of the nationwide grid.Following the missile attacks on Wednesday, Ukraine has been forced to disconnect three nuclear power plants - Rivne, South Ukraine and Khmelnytskyi - from the national electricity grid as a precaution in view of fresh strikes from Russia, according to what energy company Ukrenergo wrote on Telegram.

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