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18h46 : Clarification by IAEA on the disconnection of the network of the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant in Ukraine: This incident already occurred on August 25. “After fresh blasts in the area”, according to information provided to the UN Council by Ukrainian officials. However, the site continues to operate “Thanks for a helpline”says the IAEA.
18h32 : Remember that this is Europe’s largest nuclear power plant, right in the war zone between the Ukrainian military and Russian soldiers. Bombs usually graze the installation.
18h31 : The International Atomic Energy Agency has announced that the Zaporijjia nuclear power plant has again been disconnected from the grid.
16h25 : As inspectors from the International Atomic Energy Agency continue their work in Zaporizhia, home to Europe’s largest nuclear power plant, people are fleeing explosions, particularly at Energodar, which have intensified. “We didn’t want to leave, but this time the shelling was terrible: there were explosions everywhere. Believing Lyudmila, A resident was met by our special ambassadors on site.
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14h36 : Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has offered Turkey’s mediation to his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin to resolve the crisis at Zaporizhia, a Ukrainian nuclear power plant occupied by Russian troops.
14h48 : European Economic Commissioner Paolo Gentiloni has promised that the E.U. “well prepared” Thanks to conservation and energy saving measures, if the supply of Russian gas is completely stopped.
14h18 : “This is a political oil spill, and Siemens, which manufactures the turbine in question, says that such events can happen and there is no reason to stop the pipeline.“
Philippe Chalmin, Professor of Economic History at the University of Paris-Dauphin, confirms That is the stop “absolutely” Nord Stream gas pipeline by Russian giant Gazprom due to oil spill “A Way of Giving Pressure” on the Europeans.
12:30 p.m : It’s afternoon, we take into account the news of the day:
Hundreds of Russians bid farewell to Mikhail Gorbachev, the last leader of the Soviet Union. In a quiet funeral Marked by the absence of President Vladimir Putin.
After a failed first attempt earlier this week, fifty years after Apollo’s last flight, NASA will try to launch its mega rocket to the moon tonight for a test mission to launch its new flagship, Artemis.
Moscow cuts the Nord Stream gas pipeline. The rebound will raise concerns among Europeans, who are struggling to avoid an energy crisis this winter and accuse Moscow of using gas as a weapon. Follow our life.
With tears, with lip service, Serena Williams declaredAfter her exit in the third round of the US Open, we may never see her on the tennis courts again.
10h19 : A Game and a Moral Dilemma. French athletes have competed in the championships in Russia or plan to do so despite the war in Ukraine. Some federations ban it, others don’t. The Sports Ministry would like to clarify this situation.
09h55 : Bonger @Aveyron45. The mechanism would limit the resources Russia receives from the sale of hydrocarbons, maintaining them above production costs, and impose a discount on market prices to protect export incentives. But for the cap to become a reality, Russia must comply and continue exporting to countries that have adopted the policy.
09h54 : Hello Robin. The decision to control oil prices in Russia is difficult to understand. How can that be? I think Russia is exploiting the deposits and the price at which it wants to sell its hydrocarbons. How can foreign countries control prices? If Russia does not want to sell at a limited price, it risks cutting off supplies to European countries. Thanks for shedding some light.
The UK has not ruled out providing fighter jets to Kiev
Aum Neko, a Thai political refugee, was mysteriously attacked in France
Russian bombing kills at least two in Kramatorsk