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Halt to military activities around Zaporizhzhia is vital, says expert

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Halt to military activities around Zaporizhzhia is vital, says expert

Halt to military activities around Zaporizhzhia is vital, says expert

IAEA chief Rafael Grossi said "we're playing with fire" as he presented his report on conditions at the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant.


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Europe’s biggest nuclear power plant is under attack. Russian-occupied Zaporizhzhia - on the banks of the Dnipro River in southeastern Ukraine - is home to six reactors, supplying energy to roughly four million homes. Explosions at the plant, some within metres of the site's safety and security systems, prompted the head of the UN nuclear watchdog Rafael Grossi to make an urgent appeal for calm. "Whoever’s behind this," he said, "you are playing with fire." Russian state media said 15 shells had been fired at the plant from the Ukrainian side of the Dnipro, but no radioactive emissions had been detected. The warring factions blame each other for the shelling. Report by Braybrooks. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

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Civilian and energy infrastructure was targeted in the regions of Kyiv, Odessa, Vinnytsya, and Zaporizhzhia. A few hours before this wave of missiles, Ukrainian forces likely conducted strikes on Russian strategic airbases.

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Crossing from Russian-occupied areas to the rest of Ukraine is difficult and dangerous. But there's one place about 30 kilometers south of the city of Zaporizhzhia where civilians pass through an informal corridor, albeit one with police checkpoints.

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Rocket attack killed newborn baby in southern Ukraine [Video]

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An overnight rocket attack killed a newborn baby at a small maternity hospital near Zaporizhzhia whilst the mother was giving birth. The mother and doctor helping her were pulled from the rubble

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After Russia claims 'Dirty Bomb', IAEA inspectors to visit nuclear sites in Ukraine | Oneindia News [Video]

After Russia claims 'Dirty Bomb', IAEA inspectors to visit nuclear sites in Ukraine | Oneindia News

Inspectors from the International Atomic Energy Agency will, very soon, be visiting two sites in Ukraine. The inspectors will examine the sites for signs of "undeclared nuclear activities".And this development comes after the Russian claim that Ukraine is reportedly planning to use ''dirty bombs at these sites. Kyiv has denied any such allegations and has agreed to the UN's request to let the inspections happen. However, up until this moment the location or the names of the sites have not been disclosed. Ealier, the IAEA said it had received an invitation from the Ukrainian government to carry out "verification activities" at two unspecified locations, adding that the agency's inspectors already have been visiting both sites regularly. #Dirtybombclaim #Russiaukrainewar #IAEA

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