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In Lviv, a relatively peaceful western city, the sound of Moscow’s rockets cut through the night, destroying three electrical substations and disrupting power and water service. Elsewhere in central and western Ukraine, missiles hit six train stations, and the railway chief called the damage “severe.” Meanwhile, in the contested Donetsk province, a regional governor said Russian strikes had killed at least 21 people Tuesday, including 10 deaths at an industrial plant.
War in Ukraine: What you need to know
The latest: Russia fired at least 85 missiles on at least six major cities in Ukraine on November 15, in one of the most widespread attacks of the war so far. The strikes came just hours after Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, speaking by video link, presented a 10-point peace plan to G-20 leaders at a summit in Indonesia. As in previous Russian missile attacks, critical civilian infrastructure appeared to be primary targets. Parts of several cities that were hit were left without electrical power on Tuesday afternoon.
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