Most of a team of United Nations inspectors departed the Russian-held nuclear power plant four hours after they arrived, leaving behind five experts to monitor the plant until Saturday.
Even before the production debuted, it had inflamed a rancorous debate about sex and gender that plays out almost daily in Britain.
After lobbying by the governor, lawmakers adopted $54 billion in climate spending and voted to keep open the state’s last nuclear plant.
Rafael M. Grossi, the International Atomic Energy Agency’s secretary general, told reporters he had been briefed on the increased shelling in the region between the Russian and Ukrainian armies.
Pavel Filatiev has been greeted as a hero by some in the West but is seen as a scourge in his native country for criticizing what he called Russia’s “terrible war.”
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