Ukraine counterattacks. The Ukrainian army destroyed several Russian bases in the occupied territories with Himars missiles.

The Ukrainian military launched a large-scale missile attack on several Russian military bases in the occupied territories on Saturday night.

Two airfields in Crimea and a military base in the city of Melitopol were targeted. There is a tourist complex where soldiers from the Wagner paramilitary group and Chechens from Ramzan Kadyrov’s elite troops stay.

Media in Moscow acknowledged the attack, but reported that only two soldiers were killed in the bombing, while Ukrainians claimed several hundred.

Overnight, the Ukrainians launched massive missile attacks on several Russian bases in the Crimean Peninsula and the Zaporizhia region.

A military base set up in a tourist complex in Melitopol, an important Russian logistics hub, was destroyed in a missile attack. Himars.

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Local residents reported at least 10 loud explosions, with the death toll in the hundreds, according to Ukrainian officials. The wounded were sent to Crimea because hospitals in the city were full.

Other Ukrainian attacks took place in Crimea, where the Sagi and Belbek military airfields near Sevastopol were targeted, but other bases in the cities of Simferopol, Yalta and Zhankoy were also hit by missiles.

As Ukrainian attacks on Russian bases escalate, Kremlin propagandists admit that the Russian military is incapable of providing air defense against Ukrainian missiles.

Russian propagandists: ”The anti-aircraft defense system around these bases has been strengthened, but the main problem of creating a unified defense across the country cannot be solved in such a short time.

War in Ukraine. On the eastern flank, the Russians continue their offensive

To the east, the Russians continue their offensive against the Ukrainian defensive lines around the town of Bahmut.

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Massive efforts by Russian units trying to break through the front and capture the city show the Kremlin’s determination to achieve a victory here at any cost. This would be a first step after months of failures on all fronts in Ukraine. For the people who leave here, every day is a nightmare.

Reporter: How is life in Bahmuth?
Resident of Bahmud: ”Very difficult. Very difficult. Impossible. It is cold and there are no blankets. They were. Freezing… only 3-5 degrees inside. Waiting in line to get the oven. They put our names on a list and asked us to wait. When will it end…? Good dear…”

A handful of volunteers are fortunate enough to try to bring food and survival necessities to the people.

Resident of Bahmud: ”We are in the Stone Age. It is terrible to live like this in the 21st century. And no one in the world is helping us… How can this happen?”

The Russians attacked several cities in southern Ukraine with Iranian-made kamikaze drones.

Ten of them were destroyed in the air by Ukrainian air defenses, but a few managed to hit targets in the cities of Kherson, Nikolaev and Odessa.

In total, more than 1.5 million people are without electricity in these regions, according to officials in Kiev.

Meanwhile, the wave of inexplicable fires that have hit targets and institutions in Russia in recent months continues.

On Saturday, the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts in Moscow caught fire. A firefighter was injured in the roof collapse.

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