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Russia-Ukraine War: Latest News Updates on September 19 – Bloomberg

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Ukraine said Russian forces targeted an artillery strike near a nuclear plant north of the city of Mykolayiv, raising new concern of a potential atomic disaster in addition to worries surrounding the occupied Zaporizhzhia power station. 
A travel ban forbidding Russian tourists from entering Poland and the three Baltic states took effect, restricting one of Russians’ main avenues to travel to the European Union in the wake of Moscow’s invasion of Ukraine.

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