UKRAINE-RUSSIA-CRIMEA-CONFLICT-ELECTRICITY

People walk along a street in central Simferopol on November 22, 2015. Crimea declared a state of emergency on Sunday after its main electricity lines from Ukraine were blown up, leaving the Russian-annexed peninsula in darkness after the second such attack in as many days. More than 1.6 million people are without power, water supplies to high-rise buildings have stopped and cable and mobile Internet is down. The electricity feed from Ukraine was cut at 00:25 am (2225 GMT), the Crimean branch of Russia's emergency situations ministry said in a statement. AFP PHOTO / MAX VETROV (Photo by MAX VETROV / AFP) (Photo by MAX VETROV/AFP via Getty Images)
People walk along a street in central Simferopol on November 22, 2015. Crimea declared a state of emergency on Sunday after its main electricity lines from Ukraine were blown up, leaving the Russian-annexed peninsula in darkness after the second such attack in as many days. More than 1.6 million people are without power, water supplies to high-rise buildings have stopped and cable and mobile Internet is down. The electricity feed from Ukraine was cut at 00:25 am (2225 GMT), the Crimean branch of Russia's emergency situations ministry said in a statement. AFP PHOTO / MAX VETROV (Photo by MAX VETROV / AFP) (Photo by MAX VETROV/AFP via Getty Images)
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