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Nuclear radiation in Russia: 16 times the allowed limit

A new treaty is needed as soon as possible

On August 8 in the Russian city of Severodvinsk an explosion occurred which caused the release of dangerous nuclear radiation and the death of 7 people (see AVIONEWS). On August 18 there were funerals attended by thousands of people from the 5 dead engineers, now buried in Sarov, the city where the first Russian research center on atomic weapons is located. According to a statement of August 19 by...

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