Ukraine’s Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant shut down
12 September 2022 | 11:25 am
International concerns have been mounting about the safety of the Russian-held nuclear plant. It is now being switched to a cold state.
Ukraine war: Evidence shows widespread use of cluster munitions in Kharkiv. Russia has killed hundreds of civilians in the north-eastern Ukrainian city of Kharkiv using indiscriminate shelling and widely-banned cluster munitions, according to new research by Amnesty International.
The state premier of Saxony, Michael Kretschmer, drew the ire of Ukraine's ambassador in Germany over a suggestion that the Russian war be "frozen" to give diplomacy a chance.
UN secretary-general warns at Hiroshima memorial of risks posed by crises in Ukraine, Middle East and Korean peninsula.
How to avoid the unthinkable when Europe’s largest nuclear power plant finds itself on the frontline of war? As UN inspectors prepare to visit Zaporizhzhia in the hopes of securing a facility hit by power outages and alleged attacks, we ask about accusations of Russian shelling from the compound, the risk of a Chernobyl-style meltdown and the toll it’s already taken on a complex that's now under Russian control but still operated by under-pressure Ukrainian staff.
Foreign and defense ministers from across the European Union are meeting in Prague to discuss the bloc's support for Ukraine's military, six months into Russia's war. What is the latest military aid Ukraine is set to receive from western countries?
With the nation's energy security under threat and prices rising, Tokyo is making plans to extend aging reactors' lifespans and develop new nuclear power plants.
Zaporizhzhia produces almost half of the electricity generated by Ukraine's nuclear power plants. Can the Ukrainian energy system function without it?
The EU will work to “define the parameters” of a collective mission to help train the Ukrainian army in fighting Russia’s invasion, the bloc’s foreign policy chief said.
The war in Ukraine attracts thousands of foreign fighters from all over the world. Who are they? Why do they risk their lives? Our reporter wants to know more and joins them on their way to Ukraine.
Aid organizations say tens of millions of people are facing extreme hunger in Kenya, Ethiopia and Somalia. They are dependent on grain imported from Ukraine and also from Russia. Cary Fowler is the U.S. special envoy for global food security and is on the line.
Taiwan has beefed up its training of reservists since the Ukraine war started and is raising awareness about the value of civil defense. Experts say new programs can better prepare Taiwanese for potential crises.
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