Chernobyl: Twenty Years After the Disaster

Wednesday, April 26, 2006

In 1986, Chernobyl was devastated by the world’s worst nuclear accident. The disaster produced 400 times more radiation than the bombing of Hiroshima. Journalist Adam Higginbotham explains how, 20 years later, survivors are still dealing with the fallout.

» “Chernobyl 20 Years On”, Adam Higginbotham's article in the London Guardian.
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