Chernobyl radiation levels rise after being seized by Russia President Zelensky's aide also warned that Chernobyl will be used by Russia as a blackmail tactic against the West
Ukraine warns of radiation spike after Chernobyl seized by Russia
The UN nuclear watchdog says levels do not pose a threat, noting that the readings may be a result of military activity stirring up contaminated soil.
Still leaking radioactivity, Chernobyl back in Russian hands 36 years after disaster
'It is impossible to say Chernobyl nuclear power plant is safe,' says adviser to Ukraine president; 2nd official claims radiation levels rose after shelling hit a waste repository
Russia aims rockets at second nuclear plant in Ukraine after capturing Chernobyl
Ukraine's interior ministry has said the invading troops are approaching Zaporizhzhia, which has a nuclear plant.
What Russia Is Stirring Up at Chernobyl
The 1986 explosion at the plant was a turning point for independence in Ukraine. Now Russia is threatening to make the country relive that trauma.
What does Russia’s invasion of Ukraine mean for Chernobyl?
Experts weigh in on potential risks
Chernobyl: Radiation spike at nuclear plant seized by Russian forces
But a disaster at the defunct nuclear power plant there is "extremely unlikely", experts say.
Chernobyl radiation rise detected as Russia military kicks up dust, says nuke agency
Ukraine's State Nuclear Regulatory Inspectorate says higher than usual gamma radiation levels caused by heavy military equipment disturbing topsoil at decommissioned nuclear plant