Poland hands out iodine pills as fighting rages near Ukrainian power plant


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Poland began distributing iodine tablets to various regional fire departments Thursday over concerns about potential radioactive exposure from a nuclear power plant under occupation by the Russians in Ukraine. 

There has been shelling near Zaporizhzhia, Europe’s largest plant during fighting between Ukrainian and Russian forces, and buildings near the plant’s six reactors have been damaged. 

If a nuclear emergency were to occur, neighboring



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