Ukrainian officials have claimed that more than 10,000 hectares of forest in the Chernobyl exclusion zone have been set ablaze due to active fighting between Russia and Ukraine.
"Once Upon a Time in Hollywood" and "Joker" receive multiple awards in film categories.
Electricity that will power 2,000 homes will be generated by solar panels just a stone's throw away from the original nuclear plant.
Australian scientists say that some native plant species could be used to "make contaminated regions safe again".
Scientists have come up with a new hypothesis that challenges the accepted version of events in the initial moments of the disaster.
The new hostel is reportedly located in heart of the Chernobyl exclusion zone, just 9 miles away from nuclear disaster site.
Creepy dolls litter the ghost town of Pripyat, but were they abandoned by fleeing children or placed there by visitors?
Very few photographers have ventured inside the restricted red zone, or seen the interiors of its abandoned buildings.
Nuclear meltdown could have been prevented if government had ordered Tepco to take preventive steps, court rules.
A spike in radiation levels was recorded across Europe in January.
The zone's resurgent wolf population poses a threat to nearby livestock, so local farmers pay hunters for each wolf they kill.
A concrete and steel arch is being moved to cover a exploded reactor, which triggered the 1986 disaster.
Terry and Heather Voysey from Cornwall have supported Iryna since she came to the UK in 2012.
Police estimated that close to 50 protesters gathered near the Fennovoima site in northern Finland.
The virus hit the plant on the 30th anniversary of Chernobyl.
Watch this special documentary from IBTimes UK on the 30th anniversary of the Chernobyl disaster.
No 4 reactor exploded on 26 April 1986, releasing large amounts of radiation into the atmosphere.
Chernobyl 30th anniversary: Ukraine's tearful memorials to those who died in the world's worst nuclear disaster
Memorial services are held in Ukraine to mark the 30th anniversary of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster.
The fourth reactor of Chernobyl's nuclear power plant in Ukraine exploded on 26 April, 1986.
Reuters photojournalist Gleb Garanich photographed the survivors as they visited the ghost town and the dusty derelict flats there that were once home.
Thirty years later, IBTimes UK looks at Chernobyl's future as construction of the New Safe Confinement continues.
War in the east and new concerns raised by the Fukushima disaster presents a dangerous future for Ukraine.
Radiation from the Chernobyl disaster led to thyroid cancer, mental health problems and blindness.
Chernobyl disaster: How wildlife in the exclusion zone is really faring after 30 years of radiation exposure
Timothy Mousseau discusses the impact that the Chernobyl nuclear disaster has had on the area's wildlife.
The fourth reactor at the Chernobyl power plant exploded on 26 April 1986 in the world's worst nuclear accident.
Soviet authorities drafted hundreds of thousands of workers to assist with clean-up operations at the plant and in the surrounding areas
The effects of the 1986 nuclear accident are more than ever today's concern.
How the 1986 nuclear accident still haunts the plant's workers, residents and clear up staff.
Ivan Shamyanok lives in the Belarusian village of Tulgovich, on the edge of the exclusion zone around Chernobyl.
The accident was a result of a mismanaged test at the Soviet nuclear plant, leaving clouds of nuclear matter spreading across the western USSR and Europe.