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Ukraine invasion — explained

Ukraine's power grid sustains record damage in Russian strikes, utility says

Over 1.4 million households have lost electricity after repeated Russian air raids, the president's office says. Ukraine's power utility says the extent of the damage eclipses earlier attacks.

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What went wrong for Liz Truss

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What went wrong for Liz Truss

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Tetyana Safonova looks at her mobile phone during a power outage on Thursday in Borodyanka, Ukraine. Paula Bronstein/Getty Images hide caption

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Ukraine invasion — explained

Ukraine's power grid sustains record damage in Russian strikes, utility says

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Ukraine's power grid sustains record damage in Russian strikes, utility says

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Liz Truss vs. lettuce

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Liz Truss vs. lettuce

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