Ukraine’s nuclear power plants under threat from Russian shelling
A Russian missile exploded just 300 yards from a nuclear power plant in southern Ukraine, hundreds of miles from the front lines. The strikes are reviving fears that the ongoing conflict could lead to a nuclear catastrophe. John Dickerson talks to Margaret Kosal, professor of international relations at Georgia Tech, about what might happen if a nuclear power plant were hit.
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