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Russians shell city near Europe’s largest nuclear plant – Associated Press

Russian forces shelled a Ukrainian city close to Europe’s biggest nuclear power plant Thursday, reinforcing warnings from the U.N. nuclear chief that the fighting around the site could lead to a disastrous accident. Dnipropetrovsk’s regional governor said Russia fired 60 rockets at Nikopol, across the Dnieper River from the Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant, which has been

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Some flee eastern Ukraine, others defy govt order to leave – Associated Press

Photo: Marina Havrysh, left, is comforted by her husband, Vadim, as she weeps while watching her elderly parents helped into a van to be evacuated to a safer part of the country in the west from their home in Kramatorsk, Donetsk region, eastern Ukraine Maryna Havrysh struggled to hold back her tears as she helped

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Ukraine fears repeat of Mariupol horrors elsewhere in Donbas

Photo: People sort and collect discarded potatoes beside a road near Makariv, on the outskirts of Kyiv Moscow-backed separatists pounded eastern Ukraine’s industrial Donbas region Friday, claiming to capture a railway hub as concerns grew that besieged cities in the region would undergo the same horrors experienced by the people of the port city Mariupol

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Russian forces shell Ukraine’s No. 2 city and menace Kyiv

Photo: Ukrainian volunteers tear cloth into strips to make camouflage nets in Lviv, western Ukraine Russian forces shelled Ukraine’s second-largest city on Monday, rocking a residential neighborhood, and closed in on the capital, Kyiv, in a 17-mile convoy of hundreds of tanks and other vehicles, as talks aimed at stopping the fighting yielded only an

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Ukraine’s capital under threat as Russia presses invasion

Russian troops bore down on Ukraine’s capital Friday while the president grimly predicted that the conflict would soon intensify and fears of wider war in Europe triggered new international efforts to make Moscow stop, including direct sanctions on President Vladimir Putin. Amid reports of hundreds of casualties — including shelling that sliced through a Kyiv

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