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LIVE: 166th day of Russian aggression against Ukraine

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres called on Monday for international inspectors to be given access to the Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant after Ukraine and Russia traded accusations over the shelling of Europe’s largest atomic plant at the weekend.

07:30 CEST

#HIMARS hit the positions of #Russian occupiers in #Melitopol, a total of 100 invaders were killed, reports the mayor of the city Ivan Fedorov.

— NEXTA (@nexta_tv) August 8, 2022

07:29 CEST

Two more grain-carrying ships have sailed from Ukraine’s Black Sea ports on Monday, Turkey’s defence ministry said, as part of a deal to unblock Ukrainian sea exports.

The Sacura, which departed from Yuzni, is carrying 11,000 tonnes of soybeans to Italy, it said, while the Arizona, which left Chernomorsk, is carrying 48,458 tonnes of corn to Iskenderun in southern Turkey.

07:27 CEST

Operational Command “South” reports that Ukrainian forces killed two dozen Russian troops; destroyed various Russian equipment, including a T-62 tank, 5 units of armored and other military vehicles, and an ammunition depot located in Beryslavskyi district of Kherson region.

— The Kyiv Independent (@KyivIndependent) August 8, 2022

07:19 CEST

Soldiers of the 93rd Mechanized Brigade of the Armed Forces of #Ukraine showed new footage of how they effectively “demilitarize” #Russian tankers with the help of a FGM-148 Javelin.

— NEXTA (@nexta_tv) August 8, 2022

07:09 CEST

“Any attack on a nuclear power plant is suicide,” stated UN Secretary General @antonioguterres on the shelling of the #Zaporizhzhya NPP. He expressed hope that the @iaeaorg would be able to gain access to the plant.

— NEXTA (@nexta_tv) August 8, 2022

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