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Belarus' former Chernobyl cleanup workers set to found association next month

An association of former Chernobyl cleanup workers is expected to be founded at a May 27 conference in Minsk.

Chernobyl Radiation Equal to Everyday Risks -Study

Survivors of the Chernobyl accident dying early is far less than supposed.

The risk of survivors of the Chernobyl accident dying early is far less than supposed, ranking about the same as exposure to air pollution or passive smoking, according to new research published on Tuesday.

Opposition coalition offers government help in handling Chernobyl aftermath

Anatol Lyabedzka, leader of the United Civic Party (UCP), has suggested that opposition forces and the government should form a working group to consider cooperating in the alleviation of the aftermath of the 1986 Chernobyl nuclear accident.

Chernobyl-based birds avoid radioactive nests

Birds in Chernobyl choose to nest in sites with lower levels of background radioactivity, researchers discover, but how they can tell remains a mystery.

Israel Develops System to Neutralize Nuclear Waste

Israel has developed a new technology that is supposed to safely dispose of radioactive waste.

Cabaret fund-raiser helps the orphans of Chenobyl

GENEROUS staff at Crewe's South Cheshire College staged a night of entertainment this week to fund a mercy mission to Belarus.

Chornobyl threatens Ukraine with another danger

This time it will be polluted water for the next 300 years and radioactive clouds that will remain in the atmosphere up to the middle of this century. This tragic forecast was given by experts of the estrangement zone around the Cornobyl NPP as "5" tv channel informed.

UNCA test may help Chernobyl workers

ASHEVILLE — Two UNC Asheville scientists are helping to safeguard the health of workers resealing the nuclear reactor at Chernobyl while providing clues to the long-range effects of radiation on humans.

Katherine Whatley, interim vice chancellor of academic affairs and a nuclear physicist, and John Stevens, a chemistry professor and director of the National Environmental Modeling and Analysis Center, are involved in an effort to bring medical samples from Chernobyl workers to North Carolina.

Property of ‘Assistance to Children of Chernobyl’ association has been seized

Custom’s officers ruined the major sponsor of the Gomel region. They penalized the leading charity organization to the amount of Br 330 million. In addition, 100 million rubles will be charged for utilization of the perished products, which had not reached the zone through the fault of the Custom’s officers. They perished at the warehouses, which had been rented for 50 million rubles.

Bridgwater rallies to support Chernobyl children

Children from Belarus show their delight at going on holiday with the Chernobyl Children's Lifeline.