Russia attacks Kryvyi Rih with kamikaze drones

Wreckage of the Iranian Shahed-136 drone (illustrative photo)
Wreckage of the Iranian Shahed-136 drone (illustrative photo)

“Several city districts are without power and water,” said Vilkul.

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“It’s yet unclear whether there were any casualties (in the attack). Repairs are already underway.”

Earlier on Nov. 2, Russia launched kamikaze drones at civilian infrastructure in Kharkiv and Zaporizhzhia.

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Dnipropetrovsk Oblast was one of the regions that had to deal with induced blackouts on Nov. 2, in order to prevent the power grid from overloading.

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