November 26, 2022

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War in Ukraine: Massive new wave of Russian strikes

Russia had already carried out massive strikes on Ukrainian civilian infrastructure across the country on Tuesday, near the Polish border, leaving millions of homes without electricity, kyiv reported.

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UA new wave of Russian strikes hit several parts of Ukraine on Thursday morning, injuring at least one person, Ukrainian officials announced.

In Dnipro (Middle East), two infrastructure sites were hit and one person was injured, the president said. In Kew, two cruise missiles were shot down by Ukrainian defense forces, while infrastructure was damaged near Odesa (south), respective regional authorities said.

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The grain agreement was renewed

Also, Ukraine’s infrastructure minister announced on Thursday that the grain agreement allowing Ukrainian grain exports to continue via the Black Sea has been extended by 120 days.

“The Black Sea grain initiative will be extended by 120 days,” Minister Oleksandr Kubrakov announced on Twitter, hailing “a significant step in the fight against the global food crisis.” The deal, which expires Friday evening, has allowed more than 11 million tons to be released from Ukrainian ports in four months.

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