Russian attacks on Ukraine’s power grid leave 4.5 million without power
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zeleskyy claims that Russia’s attacks against his country’s energy grid left 4.5 million people without electricity. CBS News Foreign Correspondent Holly Williams explains how the government is protecting Ukraine’s critical infrastructure.
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