Local sources also suggested that the internet blockages were intended to "prevent concerned citizens from correcting the strikes of the Ukrainian Defense Forces."
According to workers at the Russian-occupied plant, a short circuit 100 kilometers north of the site caused the plant to lose connection to its 750 kilovolt (kV) power line at around 10:30 a.m. local time.
Defense Minister Jana Cernochova said her country would compensate for the low supply by providing commercial licenses to private companies.
The UN truce resolution, normally adopted by unanimous consensus each year, was proposed by France and supported by 118 countries. Russia and Syria abstained.
During a meeting of the UN Security Council, the ambassador said that Putin, like Stalin, used food as a weapon of war, and that the Holodomor "has become a cautionary tale about what happens when we let cruelty and tyranny go unchecked.”
"Look, I would push back on that assertion," U.S. Defense Department Spokesperson Sabrina Singh told reporters.
Duda congratulated Ukraine on the European Commission's recommendation to begin EU accession talks and said Poland would continue to support Ukrainian sovereignty in its fight against Russian aggression.
In a Gallup survey conducted during summer 2023, Russians' self-reported confidence in the military dropped from 80% to 75%.
National Resistance Center: Occupiers in Kherson, Zaporizhzhia oblasts recruit informants from unemployed residents
Once recruited, the collaborators pass information about other local residents with pro-Ukrainian views to the occupying authorities.
The 11 banned officials are all members of President Maia Sandu's Action and Solidarity (PAS) party.
The U.S. State Department has barred entry to Russian Colonel Azatbek Omurbekov and Guard Corporal Daniil Frolkin over their role in the killings of Ukrainian civilians.
According to the Kyiv City Military Administration, air defense units successfully destroyed all targets on the outskirts of Kyiv.
Russia's planes were reportedly flying close to NATO airspace.
Anti-war artist Alexandra Skochilenko replaced price tags at a grocery store with anti-war messages in March 2022, shortly after Russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine.
Following the launch of the full-scale invasion in February 2022, Russian forces attacked grain-rich regions and food infrastructure first as part of a deliberate starvation campaign, according to human rights law firm Global Rights Compliance.
Finland plans to close crossings along its eastern border on Nov. 16 for national security purposes, the Finnish media outlet Helsingin Sanomat reported on Nov. 15, citing sources within the government.
"Each week that passes, our ability to fully fund what we feel is necessary to give Ukraine the tools and capacities it needs to both defend its territory and continue to make advances, that gets harder and harder," U.S. National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan told reporters.
The settlements of Bilopillia, Myropillia, Seredyna-Buda, Yunakivka, Shalyhyne, Velyka Pysarivka, Krasnopillia, and Nova Sloboda came under fire from artillery, mortar shelling, and drones.
Russia has received 551 Land Rovers, 226 Mercedes-Benz vehicles, 177 Porsches, and other luxury-brand cars since the ban on such imports went into effect on March 15, 2022.
The SBU told New Voice that it had initiated over 7,000 investigations into criminal proceedings related to Article 111-1 of the Criminal Code and nearly 1,000 under Article 111-2.
The officials claimed that the clinics had "voluntarily" stopped offering the procedure, meaning abortions can only be accessed at government health centers.
Russian authorities deported 17-year-old Borden Yermokhin following the occupation of Mariupol in May 2022. He was placed with a foster family in Moscow Oblast in October, and served with a conscription notice in November 2023.