Consequences of shelling nuclear power plant ‘could last decades’ | ABC News

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Nuclear expert Mariana Budjeryn says the indiscriminate shelling by Russian forces is very concerning. It comes after Russian forces captured Europe’s largest nuclear power plant in the Ukraine’s south-east.

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