More shelling in Kherson as Ukraine gradually restores power

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More shelling in Kherson as Ukraine gradually restores power

Ukrainian official says 10 people killed and dozens injured in Russian attacks on recently recaptured city of Kherson.

Two people peering inside the shell of a building. A destroyed car is behind them. There is debris all over the ground.
Residents inspect damage of shop destroyed in a Russian attack in Kherson, November 25 [Bernat Armangue/AP Photo]

Published On 25 Nov 202225 Nov 2022

The Ukrainian city of Kherson has faced multiple attacks for the second day in an escalation of shelling since Russia withdrew from the city two weeks ago following an eight-month occupation.

Ukrainian officials said Russia continued to bombard Kherson on Friday and that at least 10 people were killed in the previous day’s attacks.

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Yaroslav Yanushevych, governor of the Kherson region, said on Telegram the region was shelled “54 times” on Thursday.

“The Russians targeted private and apartment buildings, a shipyard, a building on the school grounds, and gas pipes,” Yanushevych said. “The enemy also shelled the following settlements in the district: Zelenivka, Chornobayivka, and Stepanivka.”

Yanushevych added that 10 residents were killed and 54 others injured in the bombardment.

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