Marina Ovsyannikova, a Russian journalist who protested the attack in Ukraine, is under house arrest

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17h53 : Ukrainian operator Energodom confirmed in a Telegram that several radiation sensors were damaged following the explosions at the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant, close to the reactor.

17h17 : An official of the pro-Russian occupation administration confirmed today that no radioactive leak had been detected after strikes targeting the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant, the largest nuclear power plant in Ukraine and Europe.

16h47 : A Moscow court has announced that Russian journalist Marina Ovsyannikova has been placed under house arrest. He has been charged “respectable” During an isolated protest in mid-July, the military displayed a placard near the Kremlin accusing Russian forces of abuses in Ukraine.

16h28 : New artillery strikes target perimeter of Zaporizhia nuclear power plant, Europe’s largest, Kyiv forces fired on Thursday, pro-Russian occupation official said. The plant’s Ukrainian operator noted when “Five Russian Attacks”.

15h00 : Russia has announced that it has refused to allow Switzerland to be represented diplomatically by Kyiv on Russian territory. Moscow felt that Bern had “has lost its neutral position” By allowing Moscow to launch a military offensive against Ukraine. Yesterday, the Swiss Foreign Ministry announced that Switzerland wants Ukraine to represent its interests in Russia.

14h18 : It’s time to break the news.

Eight major fires are burning in Gironde, Maine-et-Loire, Jura, Drôme, Aveyron and Lozère…not to mention the countless smaller fires that start from north to south every day. Follow our life.

The European Union has sent four aircraft from its firefighting fleet to France from Greece and Sweden. announced by the European Commission. Emmanuel Macron announced earlier in the day that Germany, Romania, Poland and Greece and Austria were sending firefighters to fight the blaze in France.

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The Landes and Gironde firefighters who arrived Elizabeth Bourne continued to confront. “Extreme Climate Conditions” In their fight against the fire, almost 6,800 hectares of pine forests were burnt. In Aveyron, where a fire that broke out on Monday is still active, 500 holidaymakers and residents were evacuated last night.

Bombings continued overnight on Ukraine’s front lines, and during the day the U.N. Not far from the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant, which is on the menu at Security Council meetings. Follow our life.

13h25 : “Take advantage of isolation to reconnect with our traditions”: Increasingly cut off from the Western world because of its aggression in Ukraine, Russia a “Cultural Revolution” Conservative with an artistic refined look. Explanations.

12h06 : Let’s see the message:

Emmanuel Macron has announced that Germany, Greece, Poland, Romania and Austria will help France, which has been hit by several fires. Eight major fires are burning in the Gironde, Maine-et-Loire, Jura, Drôme, Aveyron and Lozère regions…not to mention the countless smaller fires that start each day from north to south. Follow our life.

The Landes and Gironde firefighters who arrived Elizabeth Bourne continued to confront. “Extreme Climate Conditions” In their fight against the fire, almost 6,800 hectares of pine forests were burnt. In Aveyron, where a fire that broke out on Monday is still active, 500 holidaymakers and residents were evacuated last night.

Bombings continued overnight on Ukraine’s front lines, and during the day the U.N. Not far from the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant, which is on the menu at Security Council meetings. Follow our life.

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11h32 : UN The Security Council will hold an emergency meeting this afternoon to discuss the war in Ukraine and the situation at the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant in particular. Moscow and Qi blame each other for the strikes, which no independent source has been able to verify.

(ED JONES/AFP)

11:17 am : “They believe in the fact that this nuclear power plant represents a great danger, if it is ever attacked (…) the Ukrainian army prevents its attack”.

for a few days, Zaporizhia Meet again At the heart of the Ukrainian conflict. In Russian hands since March, it is located opposite an area still held by the Ukrainian army. On the other side is a site where the Russians have been accused of attacking Ukrainians. When firing from here, they will use the nuclear power plant as a shield.

07h21 : We start with a dot in the message:

Thousands of firefighters have been battling new flames in France since July’s effort Completely dry forests Heat waves and a historic lack of rain in a summer will go down in history. Last night, eight large fires were burning in France, in Gironde, Maine-et-Loire, Jura, Drôme, Avignon and Loser…and countless smaller fires started each day from north to south.

The fire is particularly spectacular in the Gironde: it has already burned 6,000 hectares, a resumption of the monster fire that blackened 14,000 hectares a month ago. In total, 10,000 people were evicted, including 2,000 in the Landes, some for the second time.

In Maine-et-Loire, “The fire is finally set”, announced last night Mayor of Baugé-en-Anjou. Overall, according to Edel, “1,540 hectares destroyed”. He also wanted to say thank you “600 firefighters, farmers, volunteers and residents for their solidarity”.

Russian shelling killed at least 14 civilians Tuesday-Wednesday night in central-eastern Ukraine, local officials said, not far from the Zaporizhya nuclear power plant that Moscow and Kiev accuse each other of bombing.

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