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War in Ukraine: rescuers killed, 2,000 homes deprived of electricity, demonstration against corruption… Update on the situation


Two rescue workers were killed in the Zaporizhia region, 2,000 homes were deprived of electricity in Odessa and a demonstration against corruption took place in kyiv this Saturday, November 18.

Two rescuers killed

The Ukrainian government announced this Saturday, November 18, the death of two rescue workers in a Russian bombing in the Zaporizhia region.

Four people were also injured among residents in the area and a residential building caught fire. “When the police and rescuers arrived at the scene, the military of the terrorist country fired again (…) Two employees of the state emergency service were killed, and three more of their colleagues were injured in varying degrees,” Ukrainian police announced on X (former Twitter).

“Double taps”, these two-stage bombings a few minutes apart which target relief efforts, are relatively rare in Ukraine despite the intensity of the fighting.

2,000 homes without electricity in Odessa

2,000 homes are without electricity after a Russian attack which hit an energy installation near Odessa, DTEK, the Ukrainian electricity supplier, said on telegram.

Demonstration against corruption in kyiv

Demonstrators gathered to protest against corruption and demand the reallocation of public funds to the armed forces.

Russia and North Korea are getting closer

Alexander Kozlov, the Russian Minister of Natural Resources, visited Korea from Tuesday to Thursday with a delegation.

They would have addressed issues related to trade, mineral resources, education, sports, wildlife protection and culture.

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