Ukraine raced to restore power a day after a barrage of Russian missiles targeted key infrastructure. In a Kyiv hospital, surgeons operated by torch light.

Ukraine raced to restore power across the country on Thursday, a day after Russia sent a new barrage of missiles to target critical infrastructure, resulting in the temporary shutdown of most of its power plants and leaving the “vast majority” of people without electricity.

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