Ukraine, missiles on Kiev: victims. Russia raids across the country

Air warning in all regions. Attacks also on Kharkiv and Odessa and in the cities of Dnipro and Kirovohrad. Civilians urged to stay in shelters. Blackout at the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant

Bombings all over Ukraine tonight. In one of the most massive offensives in recent months, Russia has launched attacks on several regions, with air raid alarms going off across the country. Several explosions have been reported in Kievwhere an explosion in the western part of the city has killed at least two peoplethe mayor of the capital Vitali Klitschko said on Telegram, as reported by Cnn.

“Another explosion in the capital. Svyatoshynskiy district. All services are heading to the scene. Cars are burning in the courtyard of a residential building,” the post read. “Two victims in Svyatoshynskiy district. Doctors are providing assistance at the scene.”

Earlier, Klitschko reported that a series of explosions had hit the Holosiivskyi district in southwest Kiev and that about 15 percent of the city was without electricity due to an emergency power outage.

The military administration of the Kyiv region warned residents of possible airborne threats and urged residents to stay in shelters.

Explosions were reported overnight in the Ukrainian cities of Dnipro and Kirovohrad and in the Mykolaiv region. Russian bombings hit the Ukrainian regions of Kharkiv and Odessa during the night.

Because of the Russian bombing, the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant has been “completely disconnected” from the electricity grid. This was announced by the state energy company Energoatom on Telegram. “Currently, the plant is unplugged and in blackout mode for the sixth time since the start of the occupation, units 5 and 6 are being put into a cold shutdown, and 18 diesel generators have been ignited to power the plant’s needs,” the post reads, adding that the plant has enough fuel to run for 10 days.