Forty missiles and sixteen kamikaze drones over Ukraine. One and a half million people without electricity

Kiev: 'Humanitarian catastrophe risk for Russian raids on power plants'. Pro-Russians urge citizens to leave Kherson 'immediately'. U.S. 101st Airborne Division Deployed in Romania: It hasn't happened since World War II

  Kiev, after the Russian raids 1.5 million Ukrainians without light Power plants still under attack in Ukraine Photo Video

It's still raining fire on Ukraine: 40 missiles and 16 kamikaze drones were launched yesterday. Kiev raises the alarm: 'Risk of humanitarian catastrophe for Russian raids on power plants'. One and a half million people are without light. Volodymyr Zelensky appeals to the rest of the world: 'Act to free the Zaporizhzhia plant'. Pro-Russians urge citizens to leave Kherson immediately. US 101st Airborne Division deployed in Romania - hasn't happened since the end of WWII. Giorgia Meloni to the Ukrainians: 'Italy will always be on your side'. - Photo | video 1 | video 2 | video 3

Kiev, the song of the Ukrainian refugees in the subway after the Russian attacks Kiev, the song of the Ukrainian refugees in the subway after the Russian attacks

Putin's revenge for the Crimean bridge: raid on Zaporizhzhia residential districts - guard

RAIN OF FIRE - More missiles on the country. At the end of the day, the war report of the General Staff in Kiev reads: 40 missiles and 16 Shahed-136 kamikaze drones launched by the Russians on Ukraine in 24 hours: 'The Ukrainian defenders shot down 20 missiles and 11 drones'. The pro-Russian authorities of Kherson have ordered the population to leave the city 'immediately' in anticipation of the advance of Kiev forces. On Telegram, the administration annexed to Moscow reports a 'tense situation at the front' and 'a growing danger of massive bombing'. In recent days, 60,000 people have left the region of the city of the same name and moved to the opposite side of the Dnipro River. In the usual evening video message to the nation, Zelensky updates on what is happening in battle: “This terrorist attack and other attacks will not stop our defenders. Russian propagandists are lying when they say that this terror against our infrastructure and people can somehow slow down the active actions of our military or create some kind of difficulties. Ukrainians are united and know for sure that Russia has no chance to win this war. Our defense forces receive everything they need to protect the state and every day, I stress, every day they move forward.

In Vladimir Putin's head, this is how the 'tsar' who invaded Ukraine thinks - guard

WITHOUT LIGHT - During an interview on Canadian TV Ctv and Cbc However, the Ukrainian president does not hide his concerns and makes an appeal: 'The world community should act more actively to get rid of Russian nuclear blackmail, in particular by freeing the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant from the Russian invaders. We are dealing with terrorists. We shouldn't have to meet their conditions. We should demonstrate that the world is stronger than any terrorist'. The energy issue is becoming a priority, especially as winter approaches. Ukrainian MP Kira Rudik writes on Twitter: 'One and a half million Ukrainians are without electricity right now. Total darkness and cold are coming'. She is echoed on Telegram by Kyrylo Tymoshenko, deputy head of the president's office, who accuses the Russians of 'another audacious attack by the occupiers on our energy infrastructure'. And the prime minister of Kiev, Denys Shmyhal, speaking in German Frankfurter Allgemeine , speaks of the risk of a 'planned humanitarian catastrophe like the one Europe has not seen since the Second World War'. According to him, Russia is aiming for a Ukraine with “a cold winter in which many people could literally freeze to death”.

The Times: 'Putin wants a nuclear test on the border with Ukraine' - guard

AMERICAN IN EUROPE - For the first time since the Second World War, the US 101st Airborne Division was deployed in Europe. We are talking about 4,700 soldiers who arrived in Romania, a few kilometers from the Ukrainian border. The deputy commander of the division, General John Lubas, is peremptory: 'We are ready to defend every inch of NATO territory. We bring a unique capability. We are a light infantry force but we bring mobility with us, with our planes and airborne assaults'. Colonel Edwin Matthaidess, commander of the division's Second Combat Brigade, adds: 'We are closely following the Russian forces'. Meanwhile, the spokesman for Tehran's Foreign Ministry, Nasser Kanani, responding to the request to the UN by France, Germany and Great Britain to investigate the kamikaze drones that Iran allegedly sold to Vladimir Putin, once again denied everything, defining the issue a mere 'provocation'. And he says: 'The provocative approach of the EU and Great Britain is part of an intentional political scenario and is in contradiction with their empty claims on the contribution to peace and stability'.

Who is Vladimir Putin, the man of war - guard

THE WORDS OF GIORGIA MELONI - The new Italian government is quick to show its support for Kiev. On Twitter, the Ukrainian foreign minister, Dmytro Kuleba writes: “I appreciate that Antonio Tajani had his first telephone conversation with me as Italian foreign minister. A clear signal of the priorities of the new government. I wished him every success and stressed that the top priority now is to rapidly supply Ukraine with air defense systems.” And, again on Twitter, the new prime minister Giorgia Meloni replies to Zelensky: “Italy is and will always be on the side of the courageous Ukrainian people who are fighting for their freedom and for a just peace. You are not alone!'

Vladimir Putin, the two daughters Maria and Katerina sanctioned by the US: 'They hide their father's assets' - X Gossip guard