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Ukraine, Russia trade blame for nuclear plant shelling amid global alarm

The Bemidji Pioneer 09 Aug 2022
KYIV -- Kyiv and Moscow traded blame on Monday for the weekend shelling of Ukraine's Zaporizhzhia nuclear complex amid ... Ukraine blamed Russia for weekend attacks around the complex, which is still being run by Ukrainian technicians.
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Ukraine reports heavy fighting in Donbas region amid intense Russian shelling

The Irish Times 09 Aug 2022
Ukrainian infantry fighters at a frontline trench position just 200 yards from Russian forces near Pokrovske in Ukraine’s Dnipro region ... Ukraine reported intense Russian shelling across the frontlines on Tuesday. The latest report comes as both sides in the conflict have traded blame for the weekend strike on the Zaporizhzhia nuclear complex.
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Ukraine says its troops advancing towards Izium as fighting rages in Donbas

RTE 09 Aug 2022
Ukraine has reported intense Russian shelling across the frontlines this morning, as both sides traded blame for the weekend strike on the Zaporizhzhia nuclear complex, which triggered international concern about a potential atomic disaster ... Ukraine's forces are moving very successfully ... Ukraine may end up encircling them," he said.
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‘Attack on a nuclear complex is a suicidal thing’ – alarm grows over shelling of plant in Ukraine

Irish Independent 09 Aug 2022
Russia’s foreign ministry said it too favoured an IAEA visit, which it accused Ukraine of blocking while trying to “take Europe hostage” by shelling the plant.Ukraine blamed Russia for weekend attacks around the complex, which is still being run by ...
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Ukraine says its troops advance towards Izium as fighting rages in Donbas

The Times of India 09 Aug 2022
Ukraine reported intense Russian shelling across the frontlines on Tuesday as both sides traded blame for the weekend strike on the nuclear complex which triggered international concern about a potential atomic disaster ... Ukraine's forces are moving very successfully ... Ukraine may end up encircling them," he said.
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US announces $1 billion in new arms aid for UkraineThe funds will help Kyiv pay ...

Deccan Herald 09 Aug 2022
The Pentagon announced Monday $1 billion in fresh military aid for Ukraine, including additional precision missiles for the Himars system that have helped Kyiv's forces attack Russian troops far behind the front lines ... Separately, the World Bank announced Monday $4.5 billion in aid for Ukraine paid for by the United States ... Ukraine.
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U.S. to send Ukraine $1B more in weapons

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 09 Aug 2022
Russian forces struck areas in Ukraine's east and south over the weekend, local officials said, as signs mounted that both sides were readying for a counteroffensive in the southern part of the country ... Britain's Ministry of Defense said over the weekend that Russian forces were ...
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World Bank announces additional $4.5 billion in Ukraine aidThe funds will help Kyiv pay for ...

Deccan Herald 09 Aug 2022
The World Bank on Monday announced it was mobilizing another $4.5 billion in financial support for war-torn Ukraine ... "Ukraine needs continued government services, including health, education, and social protection to prevent further deterioration in living conditions and poverty," World Bank President David Malpass said.
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Russian general threatens to bomb nuclear power plant

Raw Story 09 Aug 2022
One of Russia's top military commanders has threatened to blow up the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant in Enerhodar, Ukraine after heavy shelling over the weekend sparked fears of a potential radioactive catastrophe ... Officials in Ukraine and Russia continue to exchange blame for the bombardment.
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UN chief seeks access to Ukraine N-plant after attack

Dawn 09 Aug 2022
UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres called on Monday for international inspectors to be given access to the Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant after Ukraine and Russia traded accusations over the shelling of Europe’s largest atomic plant at the weekend ... Ukraine said renewed Russian ...
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Russia continued to reinforce defence in southern Ukraine over weekend, UK says

FX Empire 09 Aug 2022
(Reuters) – Russia continued to focus on reinforcing its defences in southern Ukraine over the weekend, while also maintaining attacks on Kyiv’s positions in the Donetsk region in the east, Britain said on Monday.
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Kyiv Says Russians Trying to Dislodge Its Forces in Donetsk, As Nuclear Concerns Persist

Voa News 09 Aug 2022
Kyiv said two Russian warships armed with Kalibr cruise missiles are poised for battle off Ukraine’s Black Sea coast. Meanwhile, international concern persisted over the weekend shelling of the Zaporizhzhya nuclear power plant over the potential for a disaster at Europe’s largest atomic facility.
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France reverses Russia ban after chateau turns away visitorsThe chateau is covered by a French ...

Deccan Herald 09 Aug 2022
Technically therefore a military installation, it is covered by a French ban on Russian nationals entering army territory that was issued after Russia's invasion of Ukraine in February ... Since Moscow sent troops into Ukraine in February, France has taken in some 100,000 Ukrainian refugees, government figures show ... Ukraine.
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Ukraine, Russia Trade Blame for Nuclear Plant Shelling

The Epoch Times 09 Aug 2022
KYIV—Kyiv and Moscow traded blame on Monday for the weekend shelling of Ukraine’s Zaporizhzhia nuclear complex amid ...
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Ukraine war: safety concerns grow as nuclear plant repeatedly shelled; fighting rages in Donbas

South China Morning Post 09 Aug 2022
Both Kyiv and Moscow blamed the other for weekend attacks around the complex, which is still being run by Ukrainian technicians. Ukraine said three radiation sensors were damaged and two workers injured by shrapnel ... .

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