Russia-Ukraine Latest News: October 20, 2022 – Bloomberg

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Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy said Russia must compensate his country for the destruction that has been wrought by the invasion. Almost eight months into Russia’s invasion, Ukrainians were warned of rolling blackouts because of damage to the country’s power infrastructure from missile attacks. Camping stoves, generators and winter underwear are in high demand. “Controlled limits” were placed on electricity consumption in Kyiv and several northern and central areas on Thursday.
The UK defense secretary said a Russian warplane in late September fired a missile “in the vicinity of” an unarmed Royal Air Force jet flying in international airspace over the Black Sea. 

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