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More than 35,000 people are still without electricity three days after a storm in the southern Russian region of Kalmykia
More than 35,000 people are still without electricity three days after a storm in the southern Russian region of Kalmykia, the local emergencies ministry said Tuesday. "In total 103 electricity lines and 688 sub-stations are out of action across the republic," an Emergency Situations Ministry press officer said, adding that supplies should be restored by March 9. The official said that a storm March 4 had knocked out power lines in seven districts in Kalmykia, and also damaged gas pipelines and torn roofing off homes and local administration buildings.
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