UKRAINE-RUSSIA: latest headlines, updates – Russia 'projectile' hits nuke plant, fire extinguished

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Updated: March 4, 2022 - 9:39am

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A large fire at an Ukraine nuclear power station – the largest such facility in Europe – was extinguished late Thursday. The blaze was reportedly the result of Russia's invasion of the neighboring country. A Russian projectile reportedly hit a training facility at the site, and no increase in radiation levels have so far been reported. ... READ MORE 

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