Zelenskiy: Russia Missile Attack a ‘Clear Crime Against Humanity’

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Zelenskiy: russia missile attack a 'clear crime against humanity'

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Ukraine was still recovering from a barrage of Russian missile strikes that hit its energy facilities and prompted the grid operator to halt three nuclear power plants and enact emergency blackouts amid below-zero temperatures. Mayor Vitali Klitschko said 70% of Kyiv was still without electricity, while water supply has been restored on the city’s left bank. Ukraine’s government is preparing for even worse power outages.

President Volodymyr Zelenskiy addressed the United Nations Security Council after Russia launched its latest massive missile assault, calling it “a clear crime against humanity.”

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