by Dangerous Times
Russia rains missiles on Kyiv, other cities after Sevastopol attack pulling out of grain deal
The following regions and cities hit:
Attacks on structures:
– CHPP-5 (Kiev)
– CHPP-6 (Kiev)
– Lviv CHP (Lviv)
– Kremenchug HPP
– Novodnestrovskaya HPP
10 rocket explosions sounded in Kyiv. Mayor Vitali Klitschko confirmed power outages in parts of the capital and water supply restrictions in some areas.
A missile attack on the Novodnestrovskoye hydroelectric power station, located a few kilometers from Moldova. Apparently, the rocket that was seen over the Odessa region was flying there.
— Типичная Одесса (@odessatypical) October 31, 2022
Dnipro, russians are firing S-300 missiles from Tokmak pic.twitter.com/bXvzc7XMxV
— ТРУХА⚡️English (@TpyxaNews) October 31, 2022
— James agent (@ErnestKavol4) October 31, 2022
The Ukrainian air defense has downed 44 out of more than 50 missiles launched at cities this morning.
#BreakingNews | RUSSIA UPS ATTACK ON UKRAINE#Russia has launched massive missile strikes across #Ukraine, including at the capital #Kyiv, causing power and water outages in the region. At least two blasts were reported in Kyiv. pic.twitter.com/kmAbeZQqkO
— Mirror Now (@MirrorNow) October 31, 2022
A RUSSIAN missile has landed in pro-Nato Moldova
across the border from Ukraine as Putin edges closer to the brink of World War Three.
Russian missile lands in pro-Nato Moldova as Putin edges closer to WW3t.co/JW6i43RPM4
— The Sun (@TheSun) October 31, 2022
No injuries were reported – but the windows of several homes were smashed when it landed at the northern end of the village, the ministry said.
“So far there are no reported victims, but the windows of several houses in Naslavcea were destroyed,” it said.
Naslavcea lies on the border with Ukraine at Moldova’s north.
The falling of debris on Moldova is the latest spillover from the conflict in Ukraine into the country, which is a former part of the Soviet Union with a pro-Western government.
Access prohibited in Naslavcea Moldova. The village is on lockdown after the morning blast
— news.24.md (@news24moldova) October 31, 2022