LIVE: Day 275 of Russian aggression against Ukraine

A destroyed van used by Russian forces and marked with the "Z" logo is seen on November 24, 2022 in Kherson, Ukraine. Photo: Chris McGrath/Getty Images

The war continues. Much of Ukraine remained without heat or power after the most devastating Russian air strikes on its energy grid so far, and in Kyiv residents were warned to brace for further attacks and stock up on water, food and warm clothing.

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Recent updates as of 25.11👇

— UkraineWorld (@ukraine_world) November 25, 2022

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Another Putin fake show. Those women are actresses. Those 2 are an example and but even the others have been identified.

It is so revealing that with more than 80.000 killed Russian soldiers Putin couldn't find (or risk) to sit with a few widows. Pathetic to the core.

— (((Tendar))) (@Tendar) November 25, 2022

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How pathetic Merkel is, doubling down on decades of appeasing Putin that everyone around her has now admitted was a catastrophic blunder leading directly to Putin’s first and second invasions of Ukraine. She bought time for Putin—and weapons, too.

— Garry Kasparov (@Kasparov63) November 25, 2022

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This is a real gem. Turret tossed, flipped, barrel landed inside the body. Turret is not touching the ground.

— Mr Ghostly (@mr_gh0stly) November 25, 2022

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Today, #Russian troops shelled #Kramatorsk, #Donetsk region. There were no casualties, but an administrative building was destroyed.

— NEXTA (@nexta_tv) November 25, 2022

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⚡️Ukraine bans fuel wood exports.

The government banned the exports because fuel wood is the primary resource for heating in many Ukrainian communities, especially those near the front line, Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal said on Nov. 25.

— The Kyiv Independent (@KyivIndependent) November 25, 2022

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Pundits and military analysts (though not @TheStudyofWar) "suggested for months that winter would bring a hiatus in the fighting on #Ukraine’s frontlines—but it is becoming increasingly clear that both sides will seek to press home advantages in the cold."

— ISW (@TheStudyofWar) November 25, 2022

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Those who still think that leaving some territories under the russian occupation will bring peace have to carefully look at how the intense care unit in Mariupol hospital now looks. What end of human pain these people are talking about?
Photos: mayor's advisor Andryushchenko

— Olena Halushka (@OlenaHalushka) November 25, 2022

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Ukrainian M270/MARS II MLRS delivered by Germany in snowy scenery.

— Status-6 (@Archer83Able) November 25, 2022

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Russia's justice ministry added Facebook-owner Meta Platforms to its register of extremist organisations on Friday, the Kommersant newspaper reported.

A Russian court earlier this year ruled Meta had engaged in “extremist activity”. Moscow has restricted access to Facebook and Instagram as part of a campaign against Western social media platforms.

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NATO will not let down in its support of Ukraine and also ramp up non-lethal aid for the country, Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said on Friday.

“NATO will continue to stand with Ukraine for as long as it takes. We will not back down,” he told reporters in Brussels ahead of a foreign ministers' meeting of the alliance in Bucharest next week.

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The air defence system has been triggered in the town of Armiansk in Russia-annexed Crimea peninsula, TASS news agency quoted a local mayor as saying on Friday.

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