Russia seizes nuclear power plant Russia | Ukraine | Ukraine crisis

Kyiv റഷ്യ Russia seizes Zaporizhia nuclear power plant in southeastern Ukraine. The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) says there is no immediate threat to nuclear radiation, despite concerns that the plant might catch fire. It is the largest nuclear power plant in Europe. Russia captured the Chernobyl nuclear power plant on the first day of the occupation.

A Russian shelling early yesterday morning set fire to a training center at the Zaporizhia station. Ukraine says 3 of its soldiers were killed and 2 wounded.

NATO rejects Ukraine’s demand for declaration of no-fly zone in Ukraine to counter Russian aggression. It is estimated that such a move would cause the war to spread throughout Europe.

Frequent bombings and airstrikes in the Ukrainian capital Kiev.

സേന Russian troops arrive in the southern city of Mykolayiv with a population of 5 million but strong resistance.

ആക്രമണം Attacks are also severe in Mariupol, Harkiv and Cherniv.

Russia bans foreign media websites such as the BBC, Voice of America and Deutsche Wele in Germany. The BBC says it will broadcast 4 hours of English news, overcoming censorship.

India left once more

The UN Human Rights Council has decided to appoint an independent commission to investigate Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. India abstained from voting on the issue.

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