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ZAPORIZHZHIA, Ukraine – A third shipment of food products left Ukrainian ports on Sunday, as explosions near Europe’s largest nuclear power plant raised the specter of war and unleashed a nuclear disaster.

A convoy of four ships, carrying more than 161,000 metric tons of corn, sunflower oil and other goods, left ports in Odessa on Sunday morning, according to Ukrainian authorities. It was the second multi-ship convoy to leave Ukraine in three days under a UN-backed deal with Russia, which aims to alleviate a global hunger crisis amid a surge in global food prices caused by partly by Russia’s attack on Ukraine.

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