U.N. inspectors head to Ukraine nuclear plant

STORY: A Reuters reporter traveling in a convoy with the team from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) from Kyiv, the Ukrainian capital, said it was likely the inspectors would overnight in the nearby city of Zaporizhzhia before visiting the plant, which is on territory controlled by Russia, on Thursday.

Russian-installed officials in the area suggested the visit might last only one day, while IAEA and Ukrainian officials suggested it would last longer.

Russia captured the plant, Europe's largest, in early March. For weeks now, Ukraine and Russia have accused each other of endangering the plant's safety with artillery or drone strikes.