Ukraine’s military warned early Friday that the threat of a Russian missile attack remained high, a day after the Kremlin launched a barrage of missiles and confirmed its use of hypersonic weapons. The attack killed at least nine people.
Repair crews are working to restore power and water supply in parts of the country after the attack hit critical infrastructure, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said.
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Traumatic stress, an invisible wound, hobbles Ukrainian soldiers: As the war enters its second year, Ukrainian soldiers are experiencing intense symptoms of psychological stress, including nightmares, poor sleep, guilt, anxiety and panic attacks, Siobhán O’Grady and Anastacia Galouchka report from the eastern Donetsk region.
“Some soldiers have turned their weapons on themselves, dying by suicide. Others are suffering quietly in hospitals and on military bases, during visits home and on the front lines,” they write.
Amar Nadhir contributed to this report.