Life in Ukraine as Russia Weaponizes Winter
For months, the war in Ukraine was about territory as both sides fought to control areas in the country’s south and east.
In recent weeks, the war has taken a new turn.
Mounting attacks on civilian infrastructure have left people across Ukraine without power, heat and sometimes water as the snow begins to fall.
Guest: Marc Santora, the International News Editor for The New York Times.
- Even as Ukrainian workers race to restore basic services like electricity, heat and water, new Russian airstrikes send them back to the starting line.
- Survival kits in elevators, alternative menus in cafes, flashlights and generators everywhere: This is life under Russian bombardment.
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