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The head of a nuclear research facility in the northeastern Ukrainian city of Kharkiv said Friday that the grounds of the institute had been struck by Russian shells during recent fighting, but the core housing nuclear fuel remains intact.

He warned, however, that any future damage to equipment in the core could pose a danger.

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