Russia, Ukraine can reach a deal on Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant through Turkish mediation, Türkiye's President Erdogan tells his Ukrainian counterpart Zelenskyy.
Moscow denies accusations of extrajudicial killings in the Ukrainian city of Izyum, while Kiev says a Russian missile has fallen near a nuclear power plant in the southern region of Mykolaiv.
UN inspectors visit a Russian-occupied power plant to "prevent a nuclear accident" there as the Kremlin criticises a EU move making it difficult for Russians to enter the bloc on the 190th day of the conflict.
Ukraine's Zelenskyy meets with International Atomic Energy Agency Director General Rafael Mariano Grossi, who will head a planned mission to the Zaporizhzhia plant, as the war rolls into 188th day.
Russian forces targeted towns on the far side of the river from Zaporizhzhia, Europe's largest nuclear power plant, as the Ukraine conflict entered the 186th day.
With a number of steps, the Turkish leader has emerged as a key player in the bid to bring Ukraine and Russia to the negotiating table.
The International Atomic Energy Agency, which is seeking to inspect the Zaporizhzhia plant, has warned of a nuclear disaster unless fighting stops.
Russia and Ukraine accuse each other of shelling Europe's biggest nuclear power plant and UN chief proposes a demilitarised zone at the site as fighting enters its 170th day.
Fierce fighting between Moscow and Kiev continues in eastern and southern territories on day 169 of the conflict even as both sides trade blame for imperilling Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant with attacks nearby.
Ukraine calls on the West to impose a blanket travel ban on Russians as angry Moscow steps up its fierce military offensive against Kiev on the 168th day of the conflict.
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