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CJR Staff
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December 31, 2022

Putin Rains Pure Terror From The Skies

A fresh batch of Russian missiles attacked Ukraine this week, as Russian President Vladimir Putin continues to terrorize Ukraine from the skies.

Belarus said a Ukrainian missile fell on its territory, which is a first, raising fears of the conflict moving into more territories.

Blasts were reported in Ukrainian capital and the city of Kharkiv in the east. Blasts were also reported in the western city of Lviv on the border with Poland.

Putin Continues To Strike Ukraine

"Most of Lviv, where Russian strikes are still rare, was left without electricity," mayor Andriy Sadoviy said.

"The enemy keeps resorting to its missile terror against the peaceful citizens of Ukraine," Ukraine’s commander-in-chief General Valeriy Zaluzhny said.

Zaluzhny continued, adding that Putin launched 69 cruise missiles, 54 were shot down.

"The attacks came 10 months into Moscow’s invasion of Ukraine," reports Breitbart. "In recent weeks Russian strikes have been battering the energy grid, leaving millions in the cold in the middle of winter."

"The US embassy in Kyiv said Moscow was ramping up its campaign of attacks, 'cruelly wielding cold and dark' against Ukraine," reports Breitbart.

"Russia does not want peace with Ukraine. Russia wants the subjugation of Ukraine," said British ambassador Melinda Simmons.

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Source: Breitbart

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