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Ukraine war: Crimea base explosions; Putin accuses US; and Moscow slams 'lies' over nuclear weapons

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Ukraine war: Crimea base explosions; Putin accuses US; and Moscow slams 'lies' over nuclear weapons

Ukraine war: Crimea base explosions; Putin accuses US; and Moscow slams 'lies' over nuclear weapons

Blasts shake a Russian military base in occupied Crimea, while Moscow resists a UN mission to Zaporizhzhia and cranks up the rhetoric against the West: Your daily round-up of the latest developments.


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Ukraine Braces for Disaster As Nuclear Plant ‘Approaches Critical’ [Video]

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Ukraine Braces for Disaster, As Nuclear Plant, 'Approaches Critical'. BBC reports that danger is growing near a nuclear plant in Zaporizhzhia, Ukraine, as the plant remains under fire from heavy shelling. Since early March, Russian forces have occupied the site which is the home of Europe's largest nuclear reactor. The area has been heavily shelled in the past two weeks with both sides blaming each other. NATO has called on the United Nations to send inspectors to the Zaporizhzhia power plant, claiming the facility poses a serious threat to Ukraine and neighboring countries. NATO has called on the United Nations to send inspectors to the Zaporizhzhia power plant, claiming the facility poses a serious threat to Ukraine and neighboring countries. It is impossible to ensure the safety of the nuclear power plant while the Russian occupying forces are there. It is the key concern that we all should understand, Denys Monastyrskyy, Ukraine's interior minister, via BBC. According to officials, power to the plant could be cut off as Russia redirects electricity to Crimea, which it annexed in 2014. Rafael Grossi, the director general of the International Atomic Energy Agency, warns that the strikes highlight, "the very real risk of a nuclear disaster that could threaten public health and the environment in Ukraine and beyond.". Any military firepower directed at, or from, the facility would amount to playing with fire, with potentially catastrophic consequences, Rafael Grossi, director general of the International Atomic Energy Agency, via BBC. For the sake of protecting people in Ukraine and elsewhere from a potential nuclear accident, we must all set aside our differences and act, now, Rafael Grossi, director general of the International Atomic Energy Agency, via BBC. For the sake of protecting people in Ukraine and elsewhere from a potential nuclear accident, we must all set aside our differences and act, now, Rafael Grossi, director general of the International Atomic Energy Agency, via BBC. BBC reports that while Ukraine is unable to force Russia to relinquish control over the power plant, the country is focused on preparing for the worst.

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South Korea and U.S. Respond , After North Korea Fires Another , Missile Over Japan. Early on October 4, North Korea fired a ballistic missile over Japan. . ABC reports that South Korean and U.S. forces conducted a precision bombing drill and a joint package flight in response to the North Korean weapons test. ABC reports that South Korean and U.S. forces conducted a precision bombing drill and a joint package flight in response to the North Korean weapons test. According to a spokesperson for the Japanese government, the missile was not shot down because it was not believed to post a threat. Regardless, the government issued a "J-alert" through Japan's emergency warning system, telling residents to seek cover underground or in sturdy buildings. ABC reports that a U.S. defense official confirmed the North Korean ballistic missile launch. The October 4 launch was the fifth missile test in just over a week, and it marked the seventh time a missile has been fired in the direction of Japan. In 2022 alone, North Korea has fired 21 ballistic missiles and two cruise missiles, a record number of launches in a single year. In 2022 alone, North Korea has fired 21 ballistic missiles and two cruise missiles, a record number of launches in a single year. North Korea's actions threaten Japan and the international community. Missile launches like this go against the U.N. resolutions, South Korean government spokesperson, via ABC. Late on October 3, the White House said in a statement that , "the United States strongly condemns the Democratic People's Republic of Korea's (DPRK) dangerous and reckless decision to launch a long-range ballistic missile over Japan.". ABC reports that analysts have warned that North Korea may be looking to reaffirm its nuclear weapons capability with a potential seventh nuclear test

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China and Russia Look to Form, a New International Order , to Rival the West. Fox News reports that a top Chinese official stated that Beijing plans to continue its partnership with Russia in the hopes of forming a new international order to compete with the West. The Chinese side is willing to work with the Russian side to continuously implement high-level strategic cooperation between the two countries, safeguard common interests and promote the development of the international order in a more just and reasonable direction, Yang Jiechi, Director of the Office of the Foreign Affairs Commission of the Communist Party of China Central Committee, via Bloomberg. The statement by China comes amid Russia's ongoing war with Ukraine. Fox News reports that the West has responded to the invasion of Ukraine with sanctions on Russia and attempts to cut off Moscow's international influence. Fox News reports that the West has responded to the invasion of Ukraine with sanctions on Russia and attempts to cut off Moscow's international influence. The increased pressure has seemingly brought Russia and China closer together. Later this week, Chinese President Xi Jinping is set to meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin. The trip will be the first time Xi has left China since the beginning of the COVID pandemic. While China has fallen short of directly supporting Russia's war in Ukraine, it has extended trade with Moscow, including liquefied natural gas (LNG) at a discount. While China has fallen short of directly supporting Russia's war in Ukraine, it has extended trade with Moscow, including liquefied natural gas (LNG) at a discount. Russia and China are building a massive $55 billion pipeline called the ‘Power of Siberia,’ delivering gas from Siberia to Shanghai, Rebekah Koffler, Former DIA intelligence officer, via Fox News. This is a major development of strategic importance as Putin is pivoting to Asia in a big way, Rebekah Koffler, Former DIA intelligence officer, via Fox News. This is a major development of strategic importance as Putin is pivoting to Asia in a big way, Rebekah Koffler, Former DIA intelligence officer, via Fox News

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Putin and Xi , To Meet in Uzbekistan. AP reports that on Sept. 6, a Russian official announced that Vladimir Putin and Xi Jinping will meet next week. AP reports that on Sept. 6, a Russian official announced that Vladimir Putin and Xi Jinping will meet next week. The meeting will take place at the Shanghai Cooperation Organization in Uzbekistan on Sept. 15-16. . We are actively preparing for it. , Andrei Denisov, Russian Ambassador to China, via Russian state news agency Tass. The summit comes at a time when both Russia and China are experiencing strained relations with the West. . The summit comes at a time when both Russia and China are experiencing strained relations with the West. . The summit comes at a time when both Russia and China are experiencing strained relations with the West. . Additionally, Putin is faced with economic and political repercussions due to his war in Ukraine, . and Xi is attempting to break tradition and secure a third term as Communist Party leader, which he is expected to attain. . The two countries have strengthened their ties over the years, most recently participating in joint military drills that began last week. . The last time the two leaders met was weeks before Russia invaded Ukraine. . The last time the two leaders met was weeks before Russia invaded Ukraine. . At that time, they signed a pledge asserting that their support for each other would have "no limits.". AP reports that while it is not known whether Xi had prior knowledge of Putin's impending attack, China has publicly maintained a neutral stance. . AP reports that while it is not known whether Xi had prior knowledge of Putin's impending attack, China has publicly maintained a neutral stance.

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