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a city in north central Ukraine

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The Head of the Government stressed that during the last two days he held several meetings on the situation in the Chernobyl exclusion zone: "Following my meeting with key financial partners of the construction of the confinement, which allows to cover the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, after receiving an official request from the European Bank for Development and Reconstruction, I suggest the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine to dismiss the head of Chernobyl exclusion zone.
The 14 children are enjoying a range of activities and visits during their four-week stay, thanks to the Teesside link of the Chernobyl Children's Life Line.
The Soyuz-Chernobyl Public Association is aimed at providing assistance to the liquidators of the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant, which occurred on April 26, 1986.
The children are brought over to the UK by the charity Chernobyl Children's Project UK from Belarus - a place that is still highly contaminated even 28 years after the nuclear disaster struck, affecting water and local produce.
As the world marks the 27th anniversary of the Chernobyl nuclear reactor explosion, Chabad's Children of Chernobyl (CCOC) continues the work of saving the disaster's youngest victims, preparing to airlift more children to safety on CCOC's next rescue mission.
Adi Roche, whose Chernobyl Children International charity has led aid efforts, said: "Today we can once again remember the forgotten children of Chernobyl who 10,000 days ago saw their world changed in the blink of an eye, leaving a legacy of medical and health problems that continue.
Timothy Mousseau and Anders Moller of the University of South Carolina have published three studies detailing the effects of ionizing radiation on pine trees and birds in the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone.
There are no changes in the radiation situation at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant or in the exclusion zone," Chernobyl's administrators said in a statement, (http://www.
Chernobyl Diaries starts well, with the locations exuding a sense of rotting danger.
Following a two-year break, the Morpeth and Wansbeck Chernobyl Children's Lifeline Link will be started up again next year.
On 26 April, 1986, the nuclear power plant in Chernobyl, north-east of the Ukrainian capital Kiev, exploded due to human and technical error, spewing a large cloud of radioactive dust into the air that, firstly, descended over surrounding communities.
The ministry compared data on radioactive substances from the Fukushima plant collected between March and November 2011 with data from the Chernobyl disaster collected three years and eight months after the outbreak of the disaster in April 1986, ministry officials said.
Chernobyl 25 Years Later: Crime Without Punishment is a pick for any college-level collection strong in environmental conservation and Russian studies, and synthesizes the few professional papers translated from Russian into English, going beyond the prior lack of detail to include discussions based on original sources published in Russian.
A Greenpeace activist in Rome adjusts one of the 2,000 crosses marking the 25th anniversary of the nuclear explosion of Chernobyl, in Ukraine A relative, left, consoles Vera Toptunova, mother of Leonid Toptunov, a senior reactor control engineer at the Chernobyl plant, as she mourns over his grave in Moscow A candlelight vigil in Tokyo marks the anniversary of the Chernobyl disaster Pupils and teachers with candles lit to commemorate victims of the Chernobyl disaster in Minsk, Belarus Activists from the Greenpeace highlight 25 of the world's alleged worst nuclear disasters in 25 years, during a protest at suburban Taguig city, south of Manila, Philippines A memorial service for Chernobyl victims in Kiev, Ukraine
1986 Chernobyl explosion spread radiation across Europe