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A surge in fighting on the southern front line and Ukrainian claims of new attacks on Russian positions is feeding speculation that a counteroffensive has started to try to turn the tide of the war.
A U.N. nuclear watchdog team has set off on an urgent mission to safeguard the endangered Russian-occupied Zaporizhzhia atomic power plant at the heart of fighting in Ukraine.
Authorities have begun distributing iodine tablets to residents near Ukraine's Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant in case of a radiation leak, amid mounting fears that the fighting around the complex could trigger a catastrophe.
The United States reinforced the worry when its embassy in Kyiv urged U.S. citizens still in Ukraine to depart the country immediately.
Russian authorities reported shooting down Ukrainian drones Saturday in Crimea, while Ukrainian officials said Russian forces pressed ahead with efforts to seize one of the few cities in eastern Ukraine not already under their control.
Massive explosions and fires have hit a military depot in Russia-annexed Crimea.
Ukrainian authorities say at least three civilians have been killed and 20 others wounded in the latest Russian artillery barrages.
The outage, which hit Argentina and neighboring countries, ignited questions about preparedness and lack of investment in the power system.
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