UN chief: Military activity at Ukraine nuke plant must end UNITED NATIONS (AP) — The United Nations chief called Thursday for an immediate end to all military activity around Europe’s largest nuclear power plant in southeastern Ukraine, warning that any damage could lead to “catastrophic consequences” in
Zaporizhzhia nuclear workers: We're kept at gunpoint by Russians
"Soldiers are everywhere," says one worker at Zaporizhzhia. "Everyone is kept at gunpoint."
Ukraine war: Zaporizhzhia bombed, more military aid, Swiss neutrality
Radiation sensors damaged at Europe's largest nuclear power plant, while Russia says Switerzland "no longer neutral" over Ukraine. These are the latest developments in the Ukraine war.
UN demands end to military activity at Ukraine nuke plant
The U.N. nuclear chief is warning that “very alarming” military activity at Europe’s largest nuclear plant in southeastern Ukraine could lead to dangerous consequences for the region and calls for an end to combat actions there
UN nuclear watchdog warns of ‘grave hour’ amid fresh shelling of Ukraine’s Zaporizhzhia plant
Agency chief calls for immediate end to military activity around plant, saying further ‘deeply worrying’ incidents could lead to disaster
UN chief issues warning as Ukraine nuclear plant shelled again
Russian and Ukrainian officials have repeatedly accused each other of shelling the Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant.
Ukraine, Russia blame each other for shelling of nuclear plant
Ukraine and Russia-installed local officials blamed each other for a renewed shelling of the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power complex in southern Ukraine on Thursday.