Chernobyl anniversary: Radiation remains decades after world’s worst nuclear accident. Seven years after Fukushima disaster.
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I visited the Chernobyl site a few days ago. The arch looks shiny. I was surprised how the lies that the Soviet Union said before being forced to seek help weren't mentioned here.
Exactly 1 person died in the initial blast but thousands died because of the incompetent and corrupt disaster control.
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