Explosions rocked several cities across Ukraine in one of the most extensive attacks since the war started. The attacks appeared to be in response to an explosion that partially damaged a key strategic bridge that connects Russian-occupied Crimea to mainland Russia. The bridge is seen as a symbol of Russian President Vladimir Putin's regime in the illegally taken region.
Isabelle Khurshudyan is the Ukraine bureau chief for our editorial partners at the Washington Post and joins Here & Now's Robin Young from the central city of Kryvyi Rih.
This segment aired on October 10, 2022.