KABUL(BNA) A huge blaze at the site of Europe’s biggest nuclear power station was extinguished, and officials said the plant in southeastern Ukraine was operating normally after it was seized by Russian forces in fighting that caused global alarm.
The seizure of the Zaporizhzhia plant has heightened fears about lack of access to radiation data and the potential for a nuclear accident, atomic experts said, although they stressed there did not appear to be any immediate risks.
Russia’s parliament passed a law imposing a jail term of up to 15 years for spreading intentionally “fake” information about the armed forces as Moscow fights back in what it casts as an information war, reuters reporting
Russia’s communications watchdog has restricted access to several foreign news organizations’ websites including the BBC and Deutsche Welle for spreading what it cast as false information.
The United States imposed sanctions against Russian oligarchs as it targeted Russia’s super-rich and others close to President Vladimir Putin.
As Russian troops slowly advanced on Ukraine’s capital Kyiv, some people back in Moscow were attempting to flee to destinations abroad that have not banned flights from Russia, stomaching soaring prices in the rush to escape
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