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  1. “The Great Chernobyl Acceleration” by Prof. Kate Brown (MIT)via Nacionalinė dailės galerija June 18, 2021

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  2. Chernobyl’s nuclear fuel is ‘smoldering’ again and could explode via Live Science May 15, 2021

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  3. ‘It’s like the embers in a barbecue pit.’ Nuclear reactions are smoldering again at Chernobyl via Science May 12, 2021

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  4. ‘It’s like the embers in a barbecue pit.’ Nuclear reactions are smoldering again at Chernobyl via Science May 6, 2021

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  5. Could Ukraine’s nuclear industry face another Chernobyl? via Al Jazeera April 30, 2021

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  6. Chernobyl captures imaginations, brings underground tourism 35 years after nuclear disaster via abc news April 29, 2021

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  7. Ukraine opens new nuclear waste site at Chernobyl via AP April 27, 2021

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  8. Personal stories from the world’s worst nuclear disaster via Beyond Nuclear International April 5, 2021

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  9. A Fukushima lesson: Victim compensation schemes need updating via Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists March 10, 2021

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  10. Remembering Fukushima 10 Years Later via Oregon Physicians for Social Responsibility March 5, 2021

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  11. A grim reality: Living longterm in radioactively contaminated areas damages our health via Beyond Nuclear International February 19, 2021

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  12. Unsafe levels of radiation found in Chernobyl crops via Live Science December 19, 2020

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  13. Temporal variations of 90Sr and 137Cs in atmospheric depositions after the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant accident with long-term observations via Scientific Reports December 17, 2020

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  14. Chernobyl ‘Exclusion Zone’ Radiation Doses Reanalyzed via Scientific American November 28, 2020

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  15. Poisoned Beauty:inside the former closed town next to one of Russia’s largest nuclear power plants via Russia Z November 27, 2020

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  16. First assemblies loaded into new Chernobyl used fuel store via World Nuclear News November 21, 2020

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  17. ‘Brutal Truth’: Fukushima’s Radioactive Water Threatens Life Worldwide, Warns Environmental Journo via Sputnik November 10, 2020

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  18. Belarusian nuclear reactor begins commercial production amid protests from the Baltics  via Bellona November 5, 2020

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  19. Chernobyl: bumblebees still at risk from radiation nearly 35 years on via The Conversation November 5, 2020

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  20. Press Release: Hazardous dredging started in the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone via Save Polesia September 29, 2020

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  21. Dose reconstruction supports the interpretation of decreased abundance of mammals in the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone via Scientific Reports August 22, 2020

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  22. De novo congenital malformation frequencies in children from the Bryansk region following the Chernobyl disaster (2000–2017) via Heliyon August 17, 2020

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  23. Forest Fires Are Setting Chernobyl’s Radiation Free via the Atlantic August 12, 2020

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  24. Cuba, Chernobyl and COVID-19 via Beyond Nuclear International July 14, 2020

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  25. Belarus Receives IAEA Equipment to Assess Radiological Threats Associated with Forest Fires via IAEA May 30, 2020

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  26. Chernobyl: How did the world’s worst nuclear accident happen? via Independent April 26, 2020

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  27. Chernobyl Still Burns via Greenpeace April 24, 2020

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  28. #461 – Chernobyl Fire, Chernobyl Anniversary, Covid19/Nuclear: Author Kate Brown, Timothy Mousseau via Nuclear Hotseat April 22, 2020

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  29. Fires in Chernobyl Exclusion Zone Are Still Getting Closer to The Reactor via Science Alert April 13, 2020

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  30. チェルノブイリで森林火災、高い放射線に阻まれ消火活動難航 via Yahoo!Japan ニュース April 13, 2020

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  31. Chernobyl Wildfires Reignite, Stirring Up Radiation via The New York Times April 11, 2020

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  32. ‘Bad news’: radiation 16 times above normal after forest fire near Chernobyl via The Guardian April 6, 2020

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  33. Cascadia Uranium Film Arts Festival, April 3-5, 2020 in Portland, Oregon February 24, 2020

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  34. Chernobyl shocker as fungi that eats radiation found inside nuclear reactor via Fox News February 8, 2020

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  35. ‘Mother of Chernobyl’ via The Current January 15, 2020

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  36. Lithuania Fears Belarusian Nuclear Plant Hasn’t ‘Learned Lessons Of Chernobyl’ via RadioFreeEurope January 13, 2020

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  37. Dr. Janette Sherman, 89, Early Force in Environmental Science, Dies via New York Times December 2, 2019

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  38. DOES CHERNOBYL STILL MATTER? via Public Books December 2, 2019

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  39. The Incident at Kozloduy NPP on 3.7.2019 and the Lack of Transparency in the Bulgarian Nuclear Energy via NTW (Nuclear Transparency Watch) November 21, 2019

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  40. Opinion: California’s San Onofre nuclear plant is a Chernobyl waiting to happen via Los Angeles Times November 20, 2019

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  41. Chernobyl’s Infamous Reactor 4 Control Room Is Now Open to Tourists via Gizmodo October 7, 2019

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  42. Russia has hidden the details of a handful of nuclear accidents since the 1950s — here’s what we know about them via Business Insider September 29, 2019

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  43. HBO’s Chernobyl Triumphs with Outstanding Limited Series Win via People September 23, 2019

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  44. The harvests of Chernobyl via Aeon September 3, 2019

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  45. HBO’s Chernobyl Sparks Questions About US Nuclear Power Safety via Union of Concerned Scientists August 28, 2019

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  46. Unreported Deaths, Child Cancer & Radioactive Meat: The Untold Story of Chernobyl via Democracy Now! August 27, 2019

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  47. The ‘sarcophagus’ that entombed the Chernobyl nuclear disaster for 30 years is at a high risk to collapse via National Post August 8, 2019

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  48. Chernobyl’s children are taking vacation breaks to escape radiation, but there aren’t enough families to host them via World Economic Forum August 7, 2019

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  49. Chernobyl Busting the Myths #1 via Nuclear Energy Information Service July 31, 2019

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  50. Ukraine trying to lure more tourists to Chernobyl nuclear site via CBS News July 11, 2019

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  51. The truth about Chernobyl? I saw it with my own eyes… via The Guardian June 16, 2019

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  52. Chernobyl horror has nuclear lessons for SA via Business Day June 13, 2019

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  53. Chernobyl writer urges Instagram tourists to ‘respect’ nuclear site via The Guardian June 13, 2019

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  54. Chernobyl vs. Fukushima: Which Nuclear Meltdown Was the Bigger Disaster? via Live Science May 24, 2019

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  55. Earth Day 2019 via KPFA May 9, 2019

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  56. Chernobyl review – chaos reigns in confusing nuclear disaster epic via The Guardian May 8, 2019

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  57. Talk by Kate Brown: Author Manual for Survival: A Chernobyl Guide to the Future May 6, 2019

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  58. Joanna Macy: A Wild Love for the World via On Being with Krista Tippet April 28, 2019

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  59. A Gripping History of the Nuclear Disaster at Chernobyl via Undark April 26, 2019

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  60. Eyewitness account: the aftermath of the 1986 Chernobyl disaster via BBC Histories Magazine April 26, 2019

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  61. Decades after nuclear disaster, tourism is booming in Chernobyl via Chicago Tribune April 10, 2019

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  62. Chernobyl’s disastrous cover-up is a warning for the next nuclear age via The Guardian April 4, 2019

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  63. Riding the Wild Bull of Nuclear Power via Counterpunch March 15, 2019

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  64. Discrimination under the radioactive plume via Beyond Nuclear International January 31, 2019

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  65. Well-known Japanese photojournalist Ryuichi Hirokawa admits to sexual harassment January 1, 2019

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  66. 60,000 tons of dangerous radioactive waste sits on Great Lakes shores via The Detroit Free Press October 22, 2018

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  67. Despite the risks, holdouts refuse to abandon Ukraine’s radiation hotspots via PRI August 27, 2018

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  68. South Carolina researcher wants to learn about radiation by researching stray dogs near Chernobyl via The Post and Courier May 14, 2018

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  69. Why the press should stop quoting the IAEA and the WHO via Beyond Nuclear April 27, 2018

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  70. Danger in the food chain via Euro/topics April 27, 2018

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  71. 32 years after Chernobyl, next up, a Chernobyl on ice? via Greenpeace April 27, 2018

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  72. Chernobyl 32nd Anniversary SPECIAL – Mousseau, Yablokov, Dr. Sherman, Bulgarian Survivor Kouneva, Ryuichi Hirakawa via Nuclear Hotseat April 24, 2018

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  73. Japan downplayed Chernobyl concerns at G-7 for energy policy’s sake: declassified documents via The Japan Times December 20, 2017

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  74. Playing at nuclear war via The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists December 15, 2017

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  75. Red Hot Radioactive Wild Boars, Loaded With Chernobyl Fallout, Now Turning up in Sweden via EnviroNews November 20, 2017

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  76. New finding: nuke blast crippled Chernobyl via Cosmos November 18, 2017

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  77. Ukraine starts construction of nuclear waste storage facility in Chernobyl area via New China November 12, 2017

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  78. Le Monde Diplomatique: Metsamor – operating Chernobyl via News.Az November 3, 2017

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  79. Gomel to host scientific conference on recovery from radiation accidents via Belarus News September 25, 2017

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  80. Resuspension and atmospheric transport of radionuclides due to wildfires near the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant in 2015: An impact assessment via Scientific Reports May 3, 2017

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  81. Fire near Fukushima nuclear site could spread radiation further via Beyond Nuclear May 3, 2017

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  82. Consequences of a Catastrophe: 31 Years of Chernobyl via Fairewinds Energy Education April 26, 2017

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  83. Fukushima Impossible to Decontaminate, Chernobyl, TMI w/ A Gundersen (Video) via The Daily Coin April 9, 2017

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  84. Alexei Yablokov, grandfather of Russian environmentalism, dies at 83 via Bellona January 12, 2017

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  85. Fukushima Cover Up via CounterPunch November 1, 2016

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  86. Japanese photojournalist documents nuclear crises in Chernobyl, Fukushima via The Japan Times July 4, 2016

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  87. British tourist triggers radiation detectors at Kyiv’s Boryspil Airport via Ukraine Today May 22, 2016

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  88. Has the Chernobyl disaster affected the number of nuclear plants built? via The Guardian May 1, 2016

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  89. Fukushima Five Years After: Health Researchers Turn Blind Eye to Casualties via CounterPunch April 12, 2016

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  90. Children’s book connects stories of Fukushima and Chernobyl via The Asahi Shimbun April 8, 2016

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  91. US academic shares work on effects of nuclear disasters via The Taipei Times January 26, 2016

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  92. ‘Babushkas of Chernobyl’ Finds Life Thriving in Scarred Land via The New York Times November 24, 2015

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  93. The Human Consequences of the Fukushima Dai-ichi Nuclear Power Plant Accidents via The Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus September 29, 2015

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  94. Koichi Tanigawa: A passionate voice in radiation disaster medicine via The Lancet August 2, 2015

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  95. Contamination fears as forest fires smoulder in exclusion zone via RT May 14, 2015

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  96. Filmmakers Ash and Kamanaka discuss radiation, secrets and lives via The Japan Times May 13, 2015

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  97. Like the canary in a coalmine, birds tell real story of Fukushima via Digital Journal May 5, 2015

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  98. Twenty-Nine Years After The Chernobyl Disaster, No Solution in Sight via Portside May 3, 2015

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  99. At Fukushima, the population is in an inextricable situation via CNRS Journal April 25, 2015

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  100. Researchers to study long-term effects of radiation on Fukushima workers via The Mainichi March 14, 2015

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