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Russia gets approval to build two new nuclear reactors in Hungary
The nuclear plant, which dates back to 1982, already has four reactors and produces around 40% of Hungary's electricity.
Ukraine war: Russia shells cities near nuclear power plant
Grad missiles and artillery shells hit the cities of Nikopol and Marhanets, each about 10km and across the Dnieper River from the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power station.
Ukraine: Macron slams Russian invasion, after brokering nuclear deal
The Kremlin agreed to a deal allowing UN inspectors access to Europe's largest nuclear power station after a phone call between French President Emmanuel Macron and Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Russia rejects calls to demilitarise Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant
It comes amid warnings that shelling in the area around the plant could trigger a nuclear disaster.
Moldova imports a million iodine pills amid nuclear disaster fears
The country insisted people should not panic as it upped its stockpile of iodine tablets to be taken in case of a radioactive disaster.
Ukraine war: Five key developments to know about today
From Ukrainian troops advancing around Kharkiv to the Pentagon's latest Russian casualties estimate, here is what you need to know about the Ukraine war this Tuesday.
Stop suicidal attacks on Europe's largest nuclear plant, says UN chief
It comes after Ukraine's state energy company said a worker at the Zaporizhzhia plant was wounded in Russian shelling on Saturday evening.
Where is Europe storing all its radioactive waste?
Can we find a solution to the problems of nuclear waste in time to stop climate change?
How is Japan releasing Fukushima nuclear wastewater into the sea?
Japan is seeking to reassure neighbours that there is no serious risk to fish and people, 12 years on from the nuclear disaster.
Germany to vote against EU plan to label nuclear power as 'green'
The EU's biggest economy is planning to vote against nuclear power becoming a 'green' form of energy.
Chernobyl staff 'exhausted mentally and physically': energy minister
It's "a big pressure to operate the station under occupation," Ukraine's energy minister told Euronews.
Radioactive soil and red trees: Why is Chernobyl’s forest so deadly?
After five weeks of occupation, Russian troops retreated from Chernobyl suffering from radiation poisoning. What happened?
Nuclear experts ‘gravely’ concerned about safety of Ukraine's reactors
Time is running out for an agreement on how to maintain nuclear facilities in Ukraine, the International Atomic Energy Agency says.
Gas and nuclear labelled 'green' by the EU. But how will it affect us?
The controversial change to the EU's list of sustainable energies has been branded a ‘robbery’ by Greenpeace.
Why is the EU's green label for nuclear and gas so controversial?
The bloc's taxonomy classification system for sustainable financing is being called into question over fears of greenwashing.
Sweden's spy agency probes drones over 3 nuclear plants
Sweden's domestic security agency will investigate drones that were seen hovering over or near three nuclear power plants.
Germany shuts down three of its six nuclear power plants
However, the full phase-out will not be over for a long time, as the post-operational phase and the gradual dismantling of the plants, under the responsibility of operators, is expected to take many more years.
Belgium to shut down all seven of its nuclear reactors by 2025
Progressively phasing out nuclear power has been enshrined in Belgian law since 2003.
France vows to build new nuclear reactors to meet climate goals
France already has 56 operational reactors and derives about 70% of its electricity from nuclear energy.
Chernobyl: Why the nuclear disaster was an environmental success
The 1986 disaster has unexpectedly created Europe's largest nature reserve.
Iran blames Israel for nuclear site sabotage and vows revenge
Israel has not directly claimed responsibility for the incident but Israeli media reported the cyberattack was orchestrated by the country.
MEPs raise safety concerns over a new nuclear plant in Belarus
Russia’s state nuclear corporation, Rosatom, which built the plant, has rejected claims the Astravets facility is unsafe, saying the design conforms to the highest international standards.
'Serious' incident at Finnish nuclear power plant under control
The Finnish nuclear safety authority says there is no danger to humans or the environment after a "serious" incident occurred at a nuclear power station in Finland.
How is nuclear fusion part of the UK’s ‘green industrial revolution’?
Achieving this long sought after source of energy would be a big step.
Belarus opens first nuclear power plant amid criticism from Lithuania
Lithuanian officials say the Astravyets plant, which is close to its own capital city, has been plagued by accidents and mistreatment of workers
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Belarus' first nuclear power plant launches despite Baltic unease
It lies just 20km from Lithuania and the European Union.