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Russian attacks leave Ukraine without power, water and telephone communications. How the situation is presented
About 50% of the Ukrainian capital is without power after the Russian attacks, according to Ukrainian authorities.
The military administration of the city of Kiev said the water supply has been restored and that emergency crews are working quickly to restore heat to the city.
He added that "as soon as the power system is stabilized, communication will appear in all districts of Kyiv," as power outages affected mobile networks.
Russia's targeting of critical infrastructure on Wednesday resulted in the temporary shutdown of most of Ukraine's power plants and left most people without electricity. Ukraine's armed forces said 70 Russian missiles were launched Wednesday afternoon and 51 were shot down, along with five attack drones.
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has started providing on-site support to four more nuclear power plants in Ukraine, in response to a request from the country, IAEA Director General Rafael Mariano Grossi said.
Ukraine is heavily dependent on nuclear power, according to the World Nuclear Association. It has 15 reactors in four power plants that, before Russia's full invasion in February, produced about half of its electricity.
Russia has turned its attention to destroying Ukraine's energy infrastructure ahead of the bitter winter season, and successive waves of strikes have left much of the country facing ongoing power outages.