The Ukrainian leader has ordered an inspection of air-raid shelters after reports of people being unable to enter them. The IAEA head says the country's biggest nuclear plant is "extremely vulnerable." DW has the latest.
Ednews reports that Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has told his government to remedy problems with air-raid shelters in the capital, Kyiv, as Russia continues heavy missile attacks on the city.
His comments on the shelters in his nightly address come after three people, including a 9-year-old child, were killed by missile debris after reportedly being unable to access a locked shelter. Police have detained four people in an investigation into the deaths.
Zelenskyy said Kyiv residents were reporting that there were too few shelters, that they were sometimes locked and that access to them was sometimes difficult.