A successful open-heart surgery by torchlight in the hospital went into the darkness of a missile attack
Ukraine: In a hospital without electricity in Kiev, doctors performed open heart surgery on a child with the help of flashlights and generators.
The British Broadcasting Corporation reports that power plants in Kiev have been badly damaged by airstrikes in the Russian capital, Kyiv, and much of the city has been plunged into darkness.
According to foreign media reports, due to the attack, most of the hospitals in the city have lost electricity, but the doctors are treating the citizens.
Media reports say 10 open-heart surgeries have been performed at the Kaif Heart Institute since the November attack.