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HBO’s ‘Chernobyl’ sparks tours, stokes fears in Lithuania

Lithuania, which like Ukraine is a former Soviet republic, began decommissioning Ignalina in December 2009.

Lynas is not Chernobyl, there is no danger, says Mahathir

The prime minister says the government will stick to the views of experts instead of going by popular views.

Scientists produce radioactive-free Chernobyl vodka

The vodka is produced with crops harvested near the site of the 1986 Chernobyl nuclear disaster.

Chernobyl, Bhopal dan kini Pasir Gudang?

Pada tahap ini sepatutnya sudah dirangka satu pelan jangka panjang untuk memulihkan kembali Pasir Gudang daripada krisis pencemaran yang berlaku.

HBO’s ‘Chernobyl’ gets mixed reviews from disaster’s survivors

The show depicts the initial disbelief at the scale of the disaster well.

HBO show’s success drives Chernobyl tourism boom

Bookings for tours through Chernobyl for June, July, and August have risen by approximately 40% since HBO aired the show,

TV series to catch in May: ‘Good Omens,’ ‘Catch-22,’ ‘Chernobyl’ and...

These TV series will be released on HBO, Hulu, Netflix, or Amazon Prime Video in May.

Chernobyl goes solar three decades after nuclear disaster

Built in a contaminated area, which remains largely uninhabitable and where visitors are accompanied by guides carrying radiation meters, 3,800 panels produce energy to power 2,000 apartments.

Fukushima nuclear plant operator resumes TV ads

Activists angered that TEPCO is spending on advertising while still responsible for enormous costs stemming from the disaster, including clean-up, decommissioning and compensation payments.

Chernobyl’s stray dogs offered new life in US

Today it is a hospital for the stray dogs that remain in the 30-kilometre (19-mile) exclusion zone long after its human residents were evacuated following the meltdown.

Fire in Chernobyl zone, Kiev says radiation levels safe

According to Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman, radiation levels were not even close to levels deemed to be dangerous.

Defying radiation, elderly residents cling on in Chernobyl

The nuclear disaster, which the Soviet authorities initially sought to cover up, was directly responsible for the deaths of more than 30 people although a 2005 UN report estimated that radiation could eventually claim up to 4,000 lives.

Archived: A minefield of toxic danger

MMA expresses its grave concern on the possible hazardous effects of the planned Lynas rare earth refinery project in Gebeng, Pahang.

The hidden costs of going nuclear

FMT LETTER From Ken Yeong, via e-mail The recent establishment of the Malaysia Nuclear Power Corporation is yet another indicator that the government is moving...