With Ukraine nuke plant in peril, UN tries to broker safety The head of the U.N. nuclear watchdog agency says he'll meet with Ukraine’s and Russia’s foreign ministers in a bid to establish a safety and security zone around a nuclear plant in southeastern Ukraine that is Europe’s largest
Ukraine: main power line restored at Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant, IAEA says
Although the reactors at Europe’s biggest nuclear power plant have been shut down, the fuel in them still needs cooling to avoid a meltdown
Ukraine war: Power back on at huge nuclear plant in Zaporizhzhia
Electricity from the national grid is being directly received at the embattled Zaporizhzhia site.
Power has been restored to the Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant, a U.N. watchdog says.
Maintaining power at Europe’s largest nuclear plant has been crucial to prevent a meltdown in the shadow of fighting nearby.
Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant reconnected to Ukraine electricity grid
One of the four main external power lines has been repaired, but situation ‘remains precarious,’ IAEA says.
The U.N. watchdog says there are active discussions to end fighting around the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant.
The nuclear complex in southern Ukraine has been imperiled by frequent shelling, raising fears of a nuclear catastrophe.
Putin, Macron trade blame over Ukraine nuclear plant security
The presidents of Russia and France held talks on Sunday regarding safety at the Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant in Ukraine, with Vladimir Putin blaming Ukrainian forces while Emmanuel Macron pointed the finger at Russian troops.
UN nuclear watchdog lays out plan for protection zone around Zaporizhzhia plant
IAEA chief says Ukraine and Russia have shown interest in the agreement.