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Key infrastructure hit by Russian strikes

The Manila Times 15 Jan 2023
Moldova, meanwhile, said debris from the latest Russian missiles had landed on its territory and condemned the attacks ... Moldova, Ukraine's ... "Russia's brutal war against Ukraine directly impacts Moldova again," President Maia Sandu tweeted, posting photos of the wreckage.
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12 killed, 64 wounded in latest Russian missile attack targeting civilians in Ukraine

Arab News 15 Jan 2023
Moldova meanwhile, said debris from the latest Russian missiles had landed on its territory and condemned the attacks ... Moldova, Ukraine’s southwestern ... “Russia’s brutal war against Ukraine directly impacts Moldova again,” President Maia Sandu tweeted, posting photos of the wreckage.
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Ukraine says key infrastructure hit in Russian strikes

Korea Times 15 Jan 2023
Moldova meanwhile, said debris from the latest Russian missiles had landed on its territory and condemned the attacks ... Moldova, Ukraine's southwestern ... "Russia's brutal war against Ukraine directly impacts Moldova again," President Maia Sandu tweeted, posting photos of the wreckage.
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Ukraine says emergency blackouts applied in ‘most regions’ after latest Russian strikes

Hindustan Times 14 Jan 2023
Moldova meanwhile, said debris from the latest Russian missiles had landed on its territory and condemned the attacks ... Moldova, Ukraine's southwestern ... "Russia's brutal war against Ukraine directly impacts Moldova again," President Maia Sandu tweeted, posting photos of the wreckage.
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WhoWhatWhy’s Best Ukraine Stories of 2022

WhoWhatWhy 28 Dec 2022
Photo credit ... Photo credit ... Photo credit ... Photo credit ... Photo credit ... Photo credit ... Alexandra (middle) and friends volunteering to distribute food at Palanca, a village in Moldova. Photo credit ... The Reality for Refugees Arriving in Moldova ... Photo credit ... Photo credit ... Photo credit.
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Fresh wave of Russian attacks leaves most of Ukraine without power

Belfast Telegraph 23 Nov 2022
A shopkeeper uses a flashlight inside a small food shop during a power outage in Chisinau, Moldova (AP Photo/Aurel Obreja) ... A shopkeeper uses a flashlight inside a small food shop during a power outage in Chisinau, Moldova (AP Photo/Aurel Obreja) ... It was Moldova’s second outage this month.
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AP News Summary at 8:17 a.m. EST

Caledonian Record 23 Nov 2022
Police. Shooter at Virginia Walmart was employee. CHESAPEAKE, Va. (AP) — Police say the person who opened fire at a Walmart in Virginia was an employee ... Authorities are reporting power outages in multiple cities of Ukraine, including parts of Kyiv, and in neighboring Moldova ... Many U.S ... 100M euros pledged to Moldova, hit hard by war in Ukraine ... AP PHOTOS.
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Police: Shooter at Virginia Walmart was employee

Caledonian Record 23 Nov 2022
CHESAPEAKE, Va. (AP) — Police say the person who opened fire at a Walmart in Virginia was an employee. Chief of Chesapeake Police Mark G. Solesky told reporters Wednesday that the gunman killed himself. Six people are dead and four are being treated in hospitals ... CHESAPEAKE, Va ... The U.S ... 100M euros pledged to Moldova, hit hard by war in Ukraine ... AP PHOTOS.
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Poland, NATO say missile landing wasn't Russian attack

Toronto Sun 16 Nov 2022
From our newsroom to your inbox at noon, the latest headlines, stories, opinion and photos from the Toronto Sun ... Russia’s Defence Ministry denied being behind “any strikes on targets near the Ukrainian-Polish border” and said in a statement that photos of purported damage “have nothing to do” with Russian weapons.
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Ukraine backers get behind probe of missile blast in Poland

Reflector 16 Nov 2022
“An investigation into this incident is ongoing and we need to await its outcome ... U.K ... Russia's Defense Ministry denied being behind “any strikes on targets near the Ukrainian-Polish border” and said in a statement that photos of purported damage “have nothing to do” with Russian weapons. The Russian bombardment also affected neighboring Moldova ... .
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EU Announces $250 Million Package To Help Moldova Tackle Harsh Energy Crisis

Radio Free Europe 10 Nov 2022
Von der Leyen said on November 10 that Moldova was to receive 100 million euros in grants and the same amount again in loans from the European Union to help it meet its gas needs this winter, starting on January 1.
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Azerbaijani FM Receives Copy Of Credentials Of Newly-Appointed Ambassador Of Moldova (PHOTO)

MENA FN 06 Nov 2022
(MENAFN - Trend News Agency) BAKU, Azerbaijan, November 6. Azerbaijani Foreign Minister Jeyhun Bayramov received the newly-appointed Ambassador of Moldova to Azerbaijan Alexandr Esaulenco on ... .
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Heavy Russian barrage on Ukraine, no water for much of Kyiv

Asahi News 01 Nov 2022
Russia has intensified its attacks on Ukraine’s power plants and other key infrastructure as the war enters its ninth month, forcing rolling power cuts ... “Partly, yes ... Moldova’s interior ministry released photos showing a thick plume of smoke rising over the northern city of Naslavcea, on the border with Ukraine, as well as broken house windows ... .
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Russia strikes Ukrainians’ power, water

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 01 Nov 2022
Oleksii Kuleba said ... "Partly, yes ... "The goals of the strikes were achieved. All designated targets were hit," the ministry said ... On Oct ... Moldova's interior ministry released photos showing a thick plume of smoke rising over the northern city of Naslavcea, on the border with Ukraine, as well as broken house windows ... U.S ... 30, 2022.(AP Photo/Efrem Lukatsky).
photo: AP / Andrew Kravchenko
City lighting turned off at twilight in Kyiv downtown, Ukraine, Monday, Oct. 31, 2022
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Ukrainians grapple with power outages as winter approaches

The Associated Press 01 Nov 2022
Russia has intensified its attacks on Ukraine's power plants and other key infrastructure as the war enters its ninth month, forcing rolling power cuts ... “Partly, yes ... Moldova’s interior ministry released photos showing a thick plume of smoke rising over the northern city of Naslavcea, on the border with Ukraine, as well as broken house windows ... ___ ... .

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