At an emergency meeting of the UN Security Council Friday U.S. Ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield said the "world narrowly averted a nuclear catastrophe" after Russia shelled a nuclear power plant in southeast Ukraine overnight. Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy called the attack "nuclear terror" and continued to press for a no-fly zone over the country, a request NATO has so far denied. As the Russian invasion extends into its second week, we'll hear the latest developments from the ground and talk about how the global community is responding, and realigning, in support of Ukraine.
Ukraine Accuses Putin of 'Nuclear Terror' Over Power Plant Shelling
The live stream of the channel Welt with the Ukrainian President Volodymyr Selenskyj is connected live at the solidarity event of the International Literature Festival "For your and for our freedom!" on the Bebelplatz in Berlin on March 6. (Gerald Matzka/picture alliance via Getty Images)
Steven Pifer, William Perry fellow, Center for International Security and Cooperation, Stanford University; former ambassador to Ukraine
Richard Ensor, Ukraine correspondent, The Economist