The video of the rescue operation after the dam breach in Ukraine lasts only 62 seconds and is currently unplayable.
The regions that have been impacted extend from Nova Kakhovka to the vicinity of the Kosheva River’s shore. James Waterhouse of the BBC provides a visual representation of the extent of the damage.
According to reports from Russian media, there are people missing after a security breach, which has resulted in Ukraine declaring a state of emergency. Each country is pointing fingers at the other as the cause of the
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In this video, Ros Atkins provides an explanation of the dam breach that occurred in Ukraine. He breaks down the details and discusses the implications of the incident.
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