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Kyiv announced today that it has recovered 62 bodies of its slain soldiers, including those who died in July in the shelling of a prison in Olenovka, in occupied eastern Ukraine, Ukrinform reported.

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"Sixty-two fallen heroes have returned home," the Ukrainian ministry responsible for the reintegration of Russian-occupied territories said in a statement.

According to the same source, some of the bodies came from the Olenovka prison, in the occupied part of Ukraine's Donetsk region, AFP reported.

Dozens of inmates died when the prison was shelled in July.

Kyiv and Moscow blame each other for carrying out the strike.

During today's strikes against energy facilities in the central part of Ukraine, serious destruction was caused, announced the governor of Dnipropetrovsk region Valentin Reznichenko.

"The Russians have fired rockets at the energy infrastructure in the Pavlograd and Kamen areas: there is serious destruction," the governor announced, adding that "many villages are without electricity."

Energy facilities in Western Ukraine were also affected by yesterday's shelling.

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In the region, a mode of maximum energy saving is being introduced "so that hospitals, transport and other important social infrastructure can work", added the governor, urging residents to economize.

Russian strikes targeting Ukraine's energy infrastructure continued today.

In the south, "as a result of strikes by drones and rockets, two objects were damaged" in the Vinnytsia region, injuring at least two people, the southern command of the Ukrainian army said on Facebook.

Earlier, the governor of the Lviv region announced "three explosions in two infrastructure sites in the region", BTA notes.

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