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01:50

During the occupation, Russian aggressors destroyed the entire energy system of Kherson. – Press service of the DTEK Energy

06:00

Total combat losses of Russian aggressors in Ukraine from 24 February to 12 November (approximation): 80210 troops; 2838 tanks; 5730 armored vehicles; 1829 artillery systems; 393 MLRS; 205 anti-aircraft warfare systems; 278 aircraft; 261 helicopters; 4279 military auto vehicles and fuel tanks; 16 military boats; 1506 tactical UAVs; 160 special military equipment; 399 cruise missiles. – General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine

16:43

As of November 12, the Armed Forces of Ukraine have liberated 11 settlements in the Luhansk region. – Serhii Haidai, Head of the Luhansk Regional Military Administration

23:48

In the last 24 hours, Russian troops shelled the Zaporizhzhia, the Kherson, the Dnipropetrovsk, the Donetsk, the Kharkiv, the Sumy, and the Luhansk regions. 8 people were killed. 13 citizens were injured [conservative estimates, real numbers are likely higher]. – Information from Regional Military Administrations

See the war

The price of freedom. Bakhmut, the Donetsk region. November 2022.

By Serhii Nuzhnenko

Serhii watched with pursed lips as the bodies of his father and grandmother were pulled out from a grave near their home in the Kherson region. Russian murderers shot them in their heads.

By Lynsey Addario for The New York Times

A wounded man and his wife after a Russian strike in Kherson.

By Bernat Armangue / Associated Press

Trenches near Bakhmut. In the cold and mud, Ukrainian soldiers fight the Russian invaders back.

By Victor Borinets

Serhii was only 2 days old, when his life was cynically taken by a Russian missile. It crashed into the hospital’s maternity ward in Vilniansk, the Zaporizhzhia region. November 2022.

By Heidi Levine for The Washington Post

Serhii was only 2 days old, when his life was cynically taken by a Russian missile. It crashed into the hospital’s maternity ward in Vilniansk, the Zaporizhzhia region. November 2022.

By Heidi Levine for The Washington Post

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