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In order to watch this video, you must activate JavaScript on your browser. A dam has broken in the southern region of Ukraine that is controlled by Russia, leading to the evacuation and rescue of many thousands of individuals.

The regions that have been impacted extend from Nova Kakhovka to close to the Kosheva River bank. James Waterhouse from the BBC exhibits the magnitude of the consequences.

There is a state of emergency in Ukraine and Russian media suggests that a number of individuals are unaccounted for. The two nations have accused one another of being responsible for the security breach.

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