'Grave hour' at Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant, says UN nuclear chief
Rafael Grossi urged Russia and Ukraine -- who blame each other for the attacks on the plant -- to immediately allow nuclear experts to assess the damage and evaluate safety and security at Europe's largest nuclear powerplant.
Strikes at Ukraine nuclear plant prompt UN chief to call for demilitarised zone
Russia and Ukraine accused each other on Thursday of shelling Europe's biggest nuclear power plant as the U.N. chief proposed a demilitarised zone at the site amid fears of a catastrophe.
Russian advance in eastern Ukraine is slowing to a crawl, says MoD
Some Russian units in eastern Ukraine have advanced only two miles or less during the last 30 days as they struggle to recruit enough troops to push on, according to British intelligence.In the most successful assault, towards the city of Bakhmut in the D
UN chief demands international access to Ukraine nuclear plant after new attack
Kyiv, Moscow trade blame for shelling on Zaporizhzhia, Europe’s largest atomic plant
UN's nuclear watchdog warns on Ukraine plant; Russia shells 'dozens' of towns
The head of the International Atomic Energy Agency raised grave concern about shelling at a nuclear power plant in Ukraine.
Zelensky Condemns Russian 'Terror' After Damage to Nuclear Plant - The Moscow Times
The strikes underline "the very real risk of a nuclear disaster," according to the director general of the IAEA.
UN's nuclear watchdog chief condemns shelling at Zaporizhzhia plant
The head of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) raised grave concerns on Saturday about the shelling the previous day at the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant in Ukraine, saying the action showed the risk of a nuclear disaster.
Renewed debate in Tehran about producing nuclear bomb
Several senior Iranian officials have opened the door over the last two weeks to the possibility of producing nuclear weapons.
Kidnap alert heightens Iran-Israel shadow war fears
The warnings for Israeli tourists join assassinations and sabotage as the foes aim at each other.
Iran says its actions in contravention of 2015 nuclear deal are ‘reversible’
Spokesman argues a new accord could turn back clock on Tehran's accelerated nuclear development, as IAEA slams non-cooperation
IAEA warns of ‘fatal blow’ to nuclear deal as Iran cuts cameras
UN’s nuclear watchdog says Iran’s removal of 27 surveillance cameras poses ‘serious challenge’ to its efforts.
Why Ukraine is furious with the UN nuclear watchdog
A row has broken out over a planned UN visit to the Russian-controlled Zaporizhzhia power plant.
Iran warns of ‘immediate’ response to ‘political’ action by IAEA
Israel prefers diplomacy on Iran but could act alone, Israel tells nuclear watchdog chie
Qatar seeks diversified gas customer base, minister tells Handelsblatt
Qatar is striving for a diversified set of customers for its natural gas, the Gulf state's energy minister told German daily Handelsblatt, potentially posing a limit to Germany's purchasing ambitions to cut its dependency on Russian energy.
Japan OKs plan to release Fukushima nuclear plant wastewater
TOKYO (AP) — Japan’s nuclear regulator on Wednesday approved plans by the operator of the wrecked Fukushima nuclear plant to release its treated radioactive wastewater into the sea next year, sayin…
Ukraine War: Putin's Victory Day speech fact-checked
President Putin made several claims about Ukraine and Nato in his speech at a military parade in Moscow.
Russian takeover of Chernobyl was ‘very dangerous’: IAEA chief
Rafael Grossi says radiation levels around the former nuclear plant are now ‘normal’ but were up after Russian invasion.
Ukraine seeks IAEA help over nuclear plants occupied by Russia
The head of Ukraine's state nuclear company urged the U.N. nuclear watchdog on Thursday to help ensure Russian nuclear officials do not interfere in the operation of nuclear power plants occupied by Russian forces.
Ukraine says all Russian troops have left Chernobyl nuclear plant
IAEA says it was informed by Ukraine that Russia handed control of nuclear power plant and ‘moved convoys of troops’.
UN atomic watchdog hoping to send some staff to Ukraine
The United Nations atomic watchdog agency is hoping to send some of its staff to Ukraine as concerns about the safety of its nuclear facilities rise.
Power cut at Ukraine's Chernobyl nuclear plant
Monitoring groups and experts saw little risk of a major incident at the plant, the site of the world's worst nuclear disaster in 1986.
Russia has destroyed Ukraine’s atomic physics lab, IAEA says
‘We have already had several episodes compromising safety at Ukraine’s nuclear sites’
Iran and UN watchdog agree approach to resolve nuclear issues
The 2015 nuclear deal has been hanging by a thread since the United States’ unilateral withdrawal in 2018 under former US president Donald Trump.
International fury over Russian attack on Ukraine nuclear plant
Six reactors at Zaporizhzhia appear undamaged by fighting; fire said to have erupted some 1,500 feet from one of the reactors
West says Russia attacked nuke plant, Russia blames Ukraine
The United States and its allies are accusing Russia of attacking Ukraine’s largest nuclear power plant and putting the lives of millions of Europeans at risk of radiation fallout