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  1. Lens Blog: A United Ukraine, in Photographs

    Arthur Bondar has produced a three-part opus on his Ukrainian homeland, portraying it as he remembered it from his childhood, as one. FULL ARTICLE AT Opinion

  2. The Myth of an Untouched Chernobyl

    Chernobyl's desolation is ruin porn 's hallowed ground. But photographer Darmon Richter says the image of an abandoned Soviet city, untouched since its nuclear disaster, is a carefully-constructed facade ... FULL ARTICLE AT Gizmodo

  1. Chernobyl engineer recalls ordeal he endured to help contain the nuclear disaster

    WEB EXCLUSIVE: The fire in Reactor Four at the power plant burned for nine days. Anatoli Gubariev, a 26-year-old engineer, helped control the catastrophe with other fireman (shown). FULL ARTICLE AT The Daily Mail

  2. What We Did On Our Holiday review: About as fun as a wet weekend in Chernobyl

    The only person to emerge unscathed from this film is Billy Connolly, whose recent diagnosis with Parkinson’s adds some poignancy to his performance FULL ARTICLE AT Mirror.co.uk

  3. A MOTHER who enabled children affected by the Chernobyl Disaster to visit Teesdale is looking to raise £5,000 and find ten host families to repeat the visit next year. FULL ARTICLE AT The Northern Echo

  1. Scot Morgan’s letter (“Chernobyl in Utah,” Sept. 19) was spot-on, especially after reading in Thursday’s paper that water supplies in Utah are prone to inconsistency and shortages because ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Salt Lake Tribune

  2. Last night I had a dream that Utah had repeated the Chernobyl reactor disaster at the proposed Green River facility. I would like to understand why our leaders and businessmen ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Salt Lake Tribune

  3. After the nuclear disaster at Chernobyl in 1986, more than a thousand square miles were abandoned, inspiring the curious and adventurous to sneak into the exclusion zone. FULL ARTICLE AT National Geographic

  4. Thrill-seekers visit contaminated Chernobyl site

    A new breed of ghoulish thrill seekers are getting their kicks by visiting the abandoned and contaminated areas around the site of the worst nuclear disaster in history. “Nuclear tourists”... FULL ARTICLE AT New York Post

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Chornobyl (as transliterated from Ukrainian: Чорнобиль, pronounced [tʃɔrˈnɔbɪlʲ]), or Chernobyl (as transliterated from the Russian: Чернобыль, Russian pronunciation: [tɕɪˈrnobɨlʲ]), is categorized as a city in northern Ukraine, in Kiev Oblast (Province), near the border with Belarus. The city used to be the administrative center of the Chernobyl Raion since 1932. The city at present is the... Full Article At Wikipedia.org

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