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IAEA: dangers around Ukraine's nuclear power plants are multiplying

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IAEA: dangers around Ukraine's nuclear power plants are multiplying

IAEA: dangers around Ukraine's nuclear power plants are multiplying

The Zaporizhzhzia nuclear power plant in southern Ukraine has remained in Russian hands since the invasion of the country in early 2022.


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Ukrainian sculptor's haunting artworks made from war debris go on display in Paris

Ukraine's most famous sculptor, spurred by personal tragedy amidst Russia's war, has channeled two years of anguish into transformative artworks.

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Sending Western troops to Ukraine is not 'ruled out' in the future, Macron says [Video]

Sending Western troops to Ukraine is not 'ruled out' in the future, Macron says

The meeting of allies in Paris was held just two days after Ukraine marked two years since the start of Russia's full-scale invasion.

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Sweden to Officially Join Nato [Video]

Sweden to Officially Join Nato

Sweden , to Officially Join Nato . Sweden cleared the final hurdle to join the alliance after Hungary’s parliament approved the motion, Politico reports. The historic move for Sweden comes after the country’s neutrality lasted through two world wars and the Cold War. . Sweden is the 32nd member to join the military alliance. . Hungary was the last NATO member to hold out on Sweden’s membership but held a parliamentary vote to approve it. . 188 lawmakers in the Hungarian parliament supported Sweden’s NATO membership, 6 against and no abstentions. The Russian invasion of Ukraine caused Sweden to change its decade-long stance of neutrality, all while the future of NATO’s future remains uncertain. . Prime Minister of Hungary, Viktor Orbán, withheld his approval of Sweden’s bid for over 600 days. Orbán has faced criticism for maintaining contact with Russian president, Vladimir Putin. . Orbán has faced criticism for maintaining contact with Russian president, Vladimir Putin. . Finally it is done, Sweden is the 32nd member of the alliance, and this way NATO has become stronger, Agnes Vadai, lawmaker of the opposition party Democratic Coalition, via NBC News

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Hungary's parliament has ratified Sweden's bid to join NATO [Video]

Hungary's parliament has ratified Sweden's bid to join NATO

Hungary's parliament has cleared the last major obstacle to Nordic country's membership and brought an end to more than 18 months of delays that have frustrated the alliance as it seeks to expand in response to Russia's war in Ukraine.

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