Over 1.4 million households have lost electricity after repeated Russian air raids, the president's office says. Ukraine's power utility says the extent of the damage eclipses earlier attacks.
The move signals Russia's growing frustration over Ukrainian advances in areas the Kremlin claimed to annex. It came hours after Kremlin-appointed officials ordered civilians to evacuate Kherson.
A Russian warplane crashed Monday into a residential area in a Russian city on the Sea of Azov, leaving at least 13 people dead.
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Explosions rang out across Kyiv early Monday, a week after nationwide strikes rocked the city for the first time since June.
A neighbor recalls the girl saying in her final moments, "Why did this happen to me? I didn't do anything bad to them."
Theories abound about who is responsible for the attack and how they did it. On Wednesday, Russia arrested eight men alleged to have set off a truck bomb. Ukraine says Russia planned the attack.
A major oil output cut by Saudi Arabia, Russia and other oil producers has drawn sharp accusations in Washington.
Ukrainians celebrated the Saturday attack on a key bridge connecting the Crimean peninsula to mainland Russia by flooding social media with memes, which have become a staple of the conflict.
Antalya is a longtime Russian tourist destination that's become a refuge for those who don't want to fight in the war. But things are getting more complicated for Russians in Turkey.