Russian forces launch S-300 missiles against villages in Zaporizhzhia Oblast.

Russian forces attacked several villages in Zaporizhzhia Oblast on the night of 17–18 November, damaging a community hall in one of the villages.

Enemy forces attacked our peaceful villages overnight. A community arts centre was damaged as a result of a missile strike, likely using an S-300 missile, on one of the villages in the Zaporizhzhia district. Preliminary reports suggest there were no casualties.

Russian forces continue to fire on Kherson, killing 1 civilian.

Operational Command Pivden (South) has reported that Russian occupation forces are continuing to fire on the right bank of the River Dnipro and the liberated city of Kherson. One civilian resident of Kherson died after sustaining shrapnel wounds.

The occupiers are deploying multiple-launch rocket systems, mortars and heavy artillery to fire on the right bank [of the River Dnipro]. They are firing on Chornobaivka, Antonivka and the city of Kherson itself.

The Command reported that a local resident died from shrapnel wounds he sustained  in the Russian shelling of Kherson. Windows in a high-rise building shattered in a blast from a mortar-launched bomb.

Cruelty of tortures in Kherson Oblast shocks ombudsman: people electrocuted.

mytro Lubinets, the Ukrainian Parliament’s Commissioner for Human Rights, has been appaled by the extent of torture that the Russian invaders applied to civilians in Kherson Oblast.

Details: Lubinets reported that  two torture chambers, where dozens of people had been tortured, have been discovered in the city of Kherson. There are confirmed facts of victims killed following torture.

The ombudsman stated that both pro-Ukraine citizens and wealthy people – who were offered release for ransom –  had been kept in those torture chambers.

Lubinets expressed an opinion that more Russian torture chambers will be discovered  in other settlements.

Quote: "I have not seen [tortures on] such a scale before. And I have personally visited all torture chambers in different regions of Ukraine. The scale is just horrifying… It seems like the Russian soldiers enjoy the process of killing and torturing our citizens…

I have even spoken with a young man who had been held and tortured in one location for 45 days. During that time, he witnessed dozens of other people being tortured as well. They were electrocuted, beaten with metal pipes, and had their bones broken. All this was on camera, that is, it was filmed by Russians."