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‘Russian nuclear terror’: Ukraine atomic plant attacked again

Videos‘Russian nuclear terror’: Ukraine atomic plant attacked again

There are fears over the fate of Europe’s biggest nuclear power plant.
Ukrainians are warning that Russians are preparing to connect the Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant with Crimea, which they annexed in 2014.
The plant has come under attack several times over the past week.
The UN nuclear watchdog is warning of a nuclear disaster.

Al Jazeera’s John Hendren reports from Kyiv.

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0:00 Introduction
0:02 ZAPORIZHZHIA POWER PLANT FEARS OF NUCLEAR DISASTER IN DAMAGED FACILITY UKRAINE WAR
0:37 PETRO KOTIN PRESIDENT, ENERGOATOM UKRAINE WAR
1:05 JOHN HENDREN KYIV UKRAINE WAR
2:50 UKRAINE WARNS RUSSIAN FORCES OCCUPYING ZAPORIZHZHIA NUCLEAR PLANT PREPARING TO CONNECT FACILITY TO CRIMEA
3:08 UKRAINIAN OPERATOR ENERGOATOM SAYS RUSSIA WANTED TO CONNECT THE PLANT TO ITS GRID
3:26 PLUMES OF SMOKE COULD BE SEEN FROM THE EXPLOSIONS IN NOVOFEDORIVKA IN CRIMEA
5:17 HEAD OF STATE NUCLEAR POWER COMPANY CALLS FOR DEMILITARISED ZONE AROUND ZAPORIZHZHIA PLANT
5:55 MICHAEL BLUCK IMPERIAL COLLEGE LONDON

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