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Newsday

in singapore. our headlines... thousands take to the streets of chinese cities to protests against the strict covid restrictions — with some openly calling for president xi to stand down. at least seven people are killed in a landslide triggered by torrential rain on the italian island of ischia — buildings and homes have been swept away. let's turn to ukraine now — where snow is falling in kyiv and temperatures are hovering around freezing, as the country battles to cope with power cuts after a barrage of russian missile strikes targeting ukraine's energy grid. the cold weather is pushing up energy needs even as repair workers race to fix wrecked power facilities. jessica parker reports from kyiv. it's almost a novelty, the lights come on. the water, too! ludmilla, who lives on her own had, like millions, been without power for days.

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the water, too. ludmilla, who lives on her own, had, like millions, been without power for days. these outages could keep happening again and again this winter. is it bearable? translation: it's impossible to live in the city _ without electricity and water. the radiators don't work, the water is cold, it's cold everywhere. only one hope remains — that we will win. we'd found her here the night before, in a tent by a main road, one of the many public refuges springing up across ukraine. it's a lifeline for everyday contact, but also emergencies. irena, who's nine months pregnant, wants to know she can call

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BBC News

return to continue to support those who they claim are being repressed. greg mckenzie, bbc news, outside the chinese embassy, london. snow is falling in kyiv and temperatures are hovering around freezing— as ukraine battles to cope with power cuts after a barrage— of russian missile strikes targeting ukraine's energy grid. the cold weather is pushing up energy needs —even as repair workers —fix wrecked power facilities. jessica parker reports from kyiv. woman exclaims. it's almost a novelty — the lights come on. the water, too. ludmilla, who lives on her own, had, like millions, been without power for days. these outages could keep happening again and again this winter. is it bearable? translation: it's impossible to live in the city _ without electricity and water. the radiators don't work, the water is cold, it's cold everywhere. only one hope remains —

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it's almost a novelty — the lights come on. the water, too. ludmilla, who lives on her own, had, like millions, been without power for days. these outages could keep happening again and again this winter. is it bearable? translation: it's impossible to live in the city _ without electricity and water. the radiators don't work, the water is cold, it's cold everywhere. only one hope remains — that we will win. we'd found her here the night before, in a tent by a main road, one of the many public refuges springing up across ukraine. it's a lifeline for everyday contact, but also emergencies. irena, who's nine months pregnant, wants to know she can call for help just in case. we come here because we need extra call to 911, for emergencies, because i am pregnant,

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normality soon. thank you for being with us. . . . normality soon. thank you for being with us. ,, . ., ., , ., with us. such a worrying time for the families _ with us. such a worrying time for the families of— with us. such a worrying time for the families of those _ with us. such a worrying time for the families of those missing. i further power outages are expected in ukraine today as the country tries to stabilise its energy system. in the capital, kyiv, tens of thousands of people were still without any electricity last night. it follows a series of russian missile strikes targeting ukraine's energy grid, as our correspondent jessica parker reports. it's almost a novelty, the lights come on. water as well! ludmilla, who lives on her own had, like millions, been without power for days. these outages could keep happening again and again this winter. is it bearable? translation: it's winter. is it bearable? translation: it's impossible — winter. is it bearable? translation: it's impossible to _ winter. is it bearable? translation: it's impossible to live _ winter. is it bearable? translation: it's impossible to live in _ winter. is it bearable? translation: it's impossible to live in the _ winter. is it bearable? translation: it's impossible to live in the city - it's impossible to live in the city without electricity and water, the remediator doesn't work, the water

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BBC News

cost of living crisis. we are going to do everything in our means of disposal to help people because they deserve this. this disposal to help people because they deserve this-— deserve this. this is a conversation that is really _ deserve this. this is a conversation that is really only _ deserve this. this is a conversation that is really onlyjust _ deserve this. this is a conversation that is really onlyjust starting - that is really onlyjust starting with— that is really onlyjust starting with rail— that is really onlyjust starting with rail strikes may be stretching into january. further power cuts are expected in ukraine today as the country tries to stabilise its energy system. in the capital, kyiv, tens of thousands of people were still without any electricity last night. it follows a series of russian missile strikes targeting ukraine's energy grid, as our correspondent. jessica parker reports from kyiv. it's almost a novelty, the lights come on. the water too! ludmilla, who lives on her own had, like millions, been without power for days. these outages could keep happening again and again this winter. is it bearable? translation: it's impossible to live in the city _

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this war could be a long wait. ludmilla and his mother are here to get hot water for his child, who's unwell. 0lga says the strain of it all is getting to her. translation: it was already very difficult for me, - i used to hold on but now my nervous system cannot cope with this load. it's so hard, this morning i could barely get up. winter brings a few guarantees, except the cold, and fears russia will keep targeting ukraine's energy system, driving people here to shelter from their own homes. jessica parker, bbc news, kyiv. could the key to finding the wheat crops of the future be hiding in a 300—year—old museum collection? that's the hope of scientists at natural history museum. 0ur science editor rebecca morelle has more.

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BBC News

social media has described what happened here and just down the road is absolutely tragic. he says two more lives have needlessly been lost to violence and he says something needs to change. further power cuts are expected in ukraine today as the country tries to stabilise its energy system. in the capital, kyiv, tens of thousands of people were still without electricity last night. it follows a barrage of russian missile strikes targeting ukraine's energy grid, as our correspondent jessica parker reports from kyiv. it's almost a novelty, the lights come on. the water too! ludmilla, who lives on her own had, like millions, been without power for days. these outages could keep happening again and again this winter. is it bearable? translation: it's impossible to live in the city _

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some just sit in silence. this war could be a long wait. ludmilla and his mother are here to get hot water for his child, who's unwell. olga says the strain of it all is getting to her. translation: it was already very difficult for me, - i used to hold on but now my nervous system cannot cope with this load. it's so hard, this morning i could barely get up. winter brings a few guarantees, except the cold, and fears russia will keep targeting ukraine's energy system, driving people here to shelter from their own homes. jessica parker, bbc news, kyiv. could the key to finding the wheat crops of the future be hidden in a 300—year—old museum collection? that's the hope of scientists at london's natural history museum. our science editor rebecca morelle has more.

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for dying people. sam, thank you very much _ for dying people. sam, thank you very much for— for dying people. sam, thank you very much for speaking _ for dying people. sam, thank you very much for speaking to - for dying people. sam, thank you very much for speaking to us. - millions of people in and around the ukrainian capital, kyiv, are battling to cope with power cuts. many are without heating as emergency services try to fix the damage caused by russian missile attacks. temperatures are below zero with heavy snow forecast. refuge centres have been set up. officials in kyiv say russia is trying to make life impossible for ukrainians. jessica parker reports from kyiv. it's almost a novelty — the lights come on. the water, too. ludmilla, who lives on her own, had, like millions, been without power for days. these outages could keep happening again and again this winter. is it bearable? translation: it's impossible to live in the city without electricity - and water, the radiators doesn't work, the water is cold, and water.

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