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Russian troops have begun shelling Europe’s largest nuclear power plant, on the Dnieper River in Ukraine. The plant accounts for one-quarter of the country’s power generation. A spokesman for the plant said the shelling began early Friday. The shelling comes as the second round of peace talks between Ukrainian and Russian delegations began in Belarus on Thursday, according to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy’s office, with Russian negotiators saying another round will likely be held “shortly.” Full story: https://www.newsnationnow.com/world/russia-at-war/russia-ready-to-talk-wont-stop-targeting-ukraine-military/

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Resident: We went through the most devastating hurricane in Florida history | NN Continuing Coverage: Hurricane Ian

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Resident: We went through the most devastating hurricane in Florida history | NN Continuing Coverage: Hurricane Ian

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Florida resident who decided to stay describes conditions | NN Continuing Coverage: Hurricane Ian

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Watch: Dog, cat rescued from sailboat as Ian rages on | NN Continuing Coverage: Hurricane Ian

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First responders make rescue outside flooded Florida fire department

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