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Ukraine Brings Chernobyl Radiation Monitors Back Online

HeadlineJun 09, 2022

In Chernobyl, Ukrainian officials say nuclear radiation detectors are up and running for the first time since Russia briefly occupied the site of the 1986 nuclear disaster. This comes just days after a security camera at the South Ukraine Nuclear Power Plant captured video of what appears to be a Russian cruise missile flying at low altitude almost directly over the plant’s three active nuclear reactors.

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