Russia has carried out a number of strikes that are threatening to cut off power in the Ukrainian city of Kharkiv. The latest attacks come barely ten days after a similar barrage on the city.

As Kharkiv works to restore power, there has been a wave of additional strikes across the country targeting the energy supply.

President Volodymyr Zelensky has condemned the attacks which he described as Russia’s “missile terror”.

The Ukrainian president has also renewed his calls on his country’s allies for more air defence systems as protection.

The authorities in Odesa on the Black Sea in the south of the country say the energy system there had also been hit overnight, with missiles and drones, causing partial blackouts