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IAEA says 'essential' parts of Ukraine nuclear plant not affected

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U.N. atomic watchdog says there has been no release of radiation at the Ukrainian nuclear plant that was targeted. The shelling of the plant came as the Russian military advanced on a strategic city on the Dnieper River near where the facility is located. The U.S. Department of Energy activated its nuclear incident response team as a precaution.
5 months ago·Kyiv, Ukraine

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Times of India

IAEA: Ukraine says 'essential' equipment at nuclear plant not affected by fire

Europe News: VIENNA: The "essential" equipment at a Ukrainian nuclear power plant is unaffected by a fire there, the UN's atomic watchdog said local officials told.

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News18 India

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Reuters

IAEA says 'essential' parts of Ukraine nuclear plant not affected

LONDON - Essential equipment at Ukraine's Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant was unaffected after a fire there, with no change in radiation levels, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) said on Friday, citing the country's regulatory authorities. Ukraine had said the plant in its southeast was shelled overnight, the IAEA added. "The Ukraine regulatory authority said a fire at the

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The Guardian

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The Independent

Nuclear power plant’s ‘essential’ equipment not affected, Ukrainian officials say

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Daily Mirror

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5 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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