Ukraine nuclear power station shelled, UN nuclear watchdog says
IAEA says Ukraine plant rocked by 12 blasts
UN nuclear inspectors shut down Russian ‘dirty bomb’ claim against Ukraine
Volodymyr Zelenskiy says findings are ‘clear and irrefutable’ after IAEA finds no evidence of undeclared nuclear activities and materials
World ‘holding breath’ over possible N Korea nuclear test: IAEA
International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) chief says indications are that North Korea is preparing for a nuclear test.
Exclusive: Ukraine nuclear chief says Zaporizhzhia plant does not need Russian fuel
The head of Ukraine's state nuclear energy company on Thursday decried as "fake news" Russian assertions that the Russian-controlled Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant will need Russian fuel.
Ukraine's Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant loses external power for 2nd time in a week
The plant is once again forced to rely on emergency diesel generators for necessary safety operations.
Zaporizhzhia attack: Russian shelling in 'annexed' city kills 17
The city is controlled by Ukrainian forces, but is in a region illegally annexed by Russia.
U.N. Agency Renews Plea to Secure Nuclear Plant After Russian Takeover
Since President Vladimir V. Putin nationalized the Zaporizhzhia facility, its safety has taken on new urgency, the head of the nuclear watchdog said.
Iran deal's fate comes down to "one huge obstacle"
Iran is demanding a key nuclear investigation be dropped
Iran insists on U.S. guarantees to revive 2015 nuclear pact
Iran's hardline president struck a defiant tone on Wednesday by demanding guarantees the United States not abandon any revived nuclear deal and by decrying "double standards" on human rights after the death of an Iranian woman in police custody.
French foreign minister urges Iran: Accept nuclear deal
UNITED. NATIONS (AP) — France’s foreign minister is urging Iran to take the last offer on the table to revive the 2015 nuclear deal with the United States and key powers, saying the window of opportunity “is about to close.”
Russian forces killed 2, abused others at Ukrainian nuclear plant: report
Russian forces who took over Ukraine’s massive nuclear power plant beat to death two staff members and abused several others, according to a report.
Offsite power supply to Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant destroyed
IAEA says shelling makes the ‘situation increasingly precarious’ as reliable supply is unlikely to be restored
Shelling resumes near Ukraine nuclear plant, despite risks
KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — Russia resumed shelling near Ukraine’s Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant, a local official said Wednesday, a day after the U.N. atomic watchdog agency pressed for the warring si…
Ukraine backs UN call for nuclear plant safe zone
The UN nuclear agency said Russian military equipment at the Zaporizhzhia plant undermines security.
U.N. Inspectors to Detail Findings From Nuclear Plant
The nuclear watchdog agency will brief the U.N. Security Council. On Monday, shelling again cut off power to the Zaporizhzhia plant.
Shelling damages Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant's backup power line -IAEA
Shelling on Tuesday damaged a backup power line at the Russian-held Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant (ZNPP) in Ukraine, which has already lost all four of its regular power lines, the U.N. nuclear watchdog said in a statement on Wednesday.
Ukrainians smash 50km past Russian frontlines, general says
Brigadier General Oleksiy Gromov said Ukrainian soldiers had also recaptured more than 20 villages in the Kharkiv region.
‘Afraid for our lives’: Ukraine nuclear plant loses power
Constant artillery fire has prompted fears of a radiation disaster in the Zaporizhzhia area.
Russia-Ukraine war: List of key events, day 195
As the Russia-Ukraine war enters its 195th day, we take a look at the main developments.
Physical integrity of Russia-held Zaporizhzhia power plant ‘violated’, says UN nuclear chief
IAEA head Rafael Grossi says his team is ‘not going anywhere’ and will stay for full assessment of safety and physical damage to nuclear plant in Ukraine
U.N. inspectors assess damage to Ukraine nuclear plant in high-stakes visit
United Nations nuclear experts who crossed into Russian-held territory in Ukraine to assess the safety of Europe's biggest atomic energy plant were seeking on Friday to assess physical damage to the facility, where both sides warn of possible disaster.
U.N. team to inspect Ukrainian nuclear plant in bid to avert disaster
U.N. nuclear experts are due to visit the Russian-occupied Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant in Ukraine's south on Thursday to assess any damage from shelling that has prompted bitter recriminations and global fears of a radiation disaster.
U.N. Experts Plan Perilous Visit to Ukrainian Nuclear Plant Thursday
The international team prepared to cross the front lines to inspect the embattled, Russian-held Zaporizhzhia plant, but it was not clear how long the Russians would let them stay.
Experts Arrive to Inspect Nuclear Plant, but Ukraine Warns of Pitfalls
A senior adviser to Ukraine’s president said that key aspects of the negotiations between the international team, Ukraine and Russia were in question, including a safe route to the plant itself.
IAEA chief says mission to big Ukraine nuclear plant on way
The head of the International Atomic Energy Agency says that the U_N_ nuclear watchdog’s long-awaited expert mission to the Zaporizhzhia power plant in Ukraine “is now on its way.”