Ukraine war: Russia undermining safety of Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant - UK The UK defence ministry says Russian troops are likely operating in the areas around the plant.
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Russia and Ukraine accused each other on Friday of shelling Europe's biggest nuclear power plant as fighting raged again in the crucial border region of the Donbas and three more ships left ports carrying previously blockaded Ukrainian grain.
Ukrainian nuclear plant power lines shelled
The Russian-installed administration of the occupied Ukrainian city of Enerhodar said on Friday that power lines at the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant, Europe's biggest, had been cut by a Ukrainian artillery strike.
UK says Russia's actions at Zaporizhzhia power plant likely undermine its security, safety
The actions taken by Russian forces at the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant has likely undermined security and the safety of the plant's normal operations, Britain said on Friday.
Shelling hits power lines at Ukraine nuclear plant, both sides trade blame
Shelling hit a high-voltage power line on Friday at a Ukrainian nuclear power plant captured by Russia, but Ukrainian authorities said the plant still worked and no radioactive leak had been detected.