The rescue operation after the dam breach in Ukraine is captured in a video that lasts for 62 seconds. However, the
From Nova Kakhovka to the bank of the Kosheva River, there are areas that have been impacted and the extent of the damage is shown by James Waterhouse from the BBC.
There is a state of emergency in Ukraine and according to Russian media, there are a number of people who cannot be accounted for. Both Ukraine and Russia are pointing fingers at each other for causing the incident
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In this video, Ros Atkins explains the situation surrounding the dam breach in Ukraine. He provides a detailed analysis of the event and breaks down the key elements to help viewers understand what happened
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