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Russians flee Chernobyl with radiation sickness

“The convoy kicked up a big column of dust,” Chernobyl workers said of the Russian military. “Many radiation safety sensors showed exceeded levels.” by Julia Conley, Common Dreams March 31, 2022 The International Atomic Energy Agency…

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Chernobyl nuclear plant power cut Ukraine officials warn of new radioactive danger

Ukraine’s foreign minister demanded an immediate ceasefire in the area to “allow repair crews to restore electricity supply” to the Chernobyl plant “as soon as possible.” by Jake Johnson, Common Dreams Wednesday, March 9, 2022  …

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Nuclear plant on fire after Russian shelling

Ukraine Officials: “Fire has already broke out,” said Ukraine’s Foreign Affairs Minister. “If it blows up, it will be 10 times larger than Chornobyl.” by Common Dreams Staff Thursday, March 3, 2022 This is a developing…

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Greenpeace says Japan’s plan to contaminate Pacific Ocean with Fukushima water would violate international law

“The government has taken the wholly unjustified decision to deliberately contaminate the Pacific Ocean with radioactive wastes.” by Kenny Stancil, staff writer Tuesday, April 13, 2021   In a decision that sparked condemnation from environmental advocates,…

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EPA awards $220 million for uranium mine cleanup on Navajo Nation

Work could start later this year following the completion of assessments for mining sites coordinated between the EPA and the Navajo Nation’s environmental agency, the federal agency said. by Haleigh Kochanski, Cronkite News Friday, February 12, 2021…

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