PHOTOS reveal the state of disarray careless Russian troops left the highly sensitive Chernobyl nuclear site as it emerges one soldier allegedly grabbed radioactive material with his bare hands. Valeriy Simyonov, the site's chief safety engineer, says
Ukrainian officials reported Saturday "abnormally high" radiation in areas of the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone, where they say Russian troops dug trenches and tried to build fortifications when they occupied the site until late last month . Why it mat
CHERNOBYL'S nuclear radiation could be hiding inside everyday items after six million tonnes of radioactive metal was looted from the exclusion zone over the past 30 years, a documentary shockingly claims. “This metal goes to countries in Eastern Ukraine, that are then sold on the Chinese market.
Off the record, a scientist at the Kiev Institute of Radiation put the number of fatalities at 150,000 in Ukraine alone. An official at the Chernobyl plant gave the same number. That range of 35,000 to 150,000 Chernobyl fatalities – not 49 – is the minimum. What is clear is that underestimating
A major wildfire is sweeping through the Chernobyl nuclear disaster area. The authorities have deployed dozens of fire trucks as firefighting aircraft bombard the radioactive exclusion zone with massive amounts of water.