Ukraine's threatened nuclear plant shuts down

The last working reactor at Ukraine's Zaporizhzhia thermal energy station, which is Europe's biggest, was closed down Sunday

Battling close to the plant has powered fears of a calamity like the one at Chornobyl in 1986, where a reactor detonated and regurgitated destructive radiation

The plant, one of the 10 greatest nuclear power stations on the planet, has been involved by Russian powers since the initial days of the conflict

a disturbance in the electrical stockpile could take out cooling frameworks fundamental for the reactors' wellbeing

Working in "island mode" supplies power for the remaining intensity evacuation of the reactor centers and the spent fuel pools

The organization's boss told The Related Press on Thursday that the plant just has diesel fuel for 10 days

The Worldwide Nuclear Energy Organization, the U.N. atomic guard dog affirmed to the AP on Sunday that its last reactor was closed down after outside power had been reestablished

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