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Zelensky rails against ‘Russian nuclear terror’ after shelling of power plant
Europe · Moscow

Zelensky rails against ‘Russian nuclear terror’ after shelling of power plant

43% Left coverage: 35 sources
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky called for a stronger international response to what he termed "Russian nuclear terror" on Sunday. Russia and Ukraine accused each other on Friday of being responsible for the shelling, which damaged a power line and forced one of the plant's three reactors to be disconnected. The attack did not result in any radiological leak, the International Atomic Energy Agency said.See the Story
Two more grain ships sail from Ukraine as third port opens
Europe · Kyiv

Two more grain ships sail from Ukraine as third port opens

44% Right coverage: 16 sources
Two more ships, carrying corn and soybeans, departed from Ukrainian Black Sea ports on Monday, Turkey and Ukraine said. The Sacura, which departed from Pivdennyi, is carrying 11,000 tonnes of soybeans to Italy, Turkey's defence ministry said. Arizona, which left Chornomorsk, carrying 48,458 tonnes of corn to Iskenderun in southern Turkey.See the Story
Ukraine's Zelenskiy rules out talks if Russia holds referendums
Europe · Moscow

Ukraine's Zelenskiy rules out talks if Russia holds referendums

42% Left coverage: 12 sources
Russian forces and their separatist allies now hold large swathes of territory in eastern Ukraine. Officials in both areas have raised the possibility of holding referendums. Zelensky said Kyiv was holding fast to its position of yielding no territory to Russia. Ukrainian and Russian officials held several sessions of talks soon after Russian forces launched their invasion of Ukraine in February.See the Story

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