Ukraine has suffered a second night of attacks after Russia fired more missiles into the country, according to Ukrainian officials.
Following on from New Year's Eve, where multiple Russian missiles were launched at Ukraine, Kyiv Mayor Vitali Klitschko reported that 40 exploding drones were headed for Kyiv overnight and all of them were destroyed.
He said 22 were destroyed over the capital, three in the outlying region and 15 over neighbouring provinces.
The mayor added that energy infrastructure facilities in Kyiv were damaged, and an explosion occurred in one city district.
This resulted in one person being taken to hospital and power outages.
In the outlying Kyiv region, a critical infrastructure object and residential buildings were hit.
Seven drones were also shot down over the southern Mykolaiv region, according to Governor Vitali Kim, and three more in the south-eastern Dnipropetrovsk region, governor Valentyn Reznichenko said.
Mr Reznichenko also said that energy infrastructure was targeted, and a missile was also destroyed in the Dnipropetrovsk region.
The previous night, on New Year's Eve, a Russian missile assault on Ukraine killed three civilians and wounded dozens across the country.
The strikes came 36 hours after widespread missile attacks by Russia on Thursday targeting energy infrastructure facilities.
Russia has been carrying out airstrikes on Ukrainian power and water supplies regularly since October.