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IAEA 'making progress' on Zaporizhzhia access: Grossi


The UN nuclear watchdog is "making progress" inspecting several areas of the Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant in Ukraine, after claims it had been mined, IAEA chief Rafael Grossi said Friday. "I think we are making progress," he said in Tokyo, explaining officials had visited sites including cooling pools, but had not yet been given access to the roof, where Ukraine claims possible explosive devices have been placed. SOUNDBITE

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