Soviet nuclear subs prone to collisions and meltdowns, Greenpeace study says
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U.S. agrees to clean up contaminated depot soil if buildings are removed County must pay to clear warehouses
New bunkers at Calvert Cliffs to hold a river of deadly waste
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Pa. to decide who pays to raze TMI-2
Contaminated depot poses no threat to public health, commission claims
Crisis looms in disposal of nuclear waste
Dr. Fermi's Fantastic Voyage
Radiation in Arundel
Feds Should Clean Up Radiation ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY
Site-picking process stuck, discredited
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County misled on radiation Rules changed after site got OK
Power problem faces divided Czechoslovakia Spent nuclear fuel may pose danger
Radioactive SCM trash investigated by state
Site Neall favors for new jail is contaminated with radioactive material
Despite experts' fears, Russia will keep using Chernobyl-type nuclear reactors
Japan experiences chill of brush with meltdown 2 incidents shake faith in technology
Old enemies become new friends Nuclear plant operator, critic to monitor TMI
Irradiated soil secretly buried in remote Alaska Villagers trying to learn more about operation
Increase in children's thyroid cancer linked to Chernobyl, scientists say
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The Next Chernobyl in the Ex-Soviet Union
Ex-Soviet states, U.S. sign accord on nuclear arms Three republics agree to eliminate long-range weapons
Soviet Nuclear Waste Dumps
At top of the world, the Soviet legacy is pollution
Badge that measures the dose of sunlight is developed for use by the sun-sensitive
Ex-Soviet states face prospects of Chernobyl II Safety standards for power plants fall perilously short
Vision of hope for girl, 5, brings a Ukrainian family here
Baltimore shows Ukrainian it cares
Calvert Cliffs shuts down after safety inspection Possible problem with backup system
'Unusual event' shuts down Calvert Cliffs plant Power plant might lack power for emergency systems.
Council OKs Baltimore as 'nuclear free'
A Cost Higher Than the Peace Dividend Price Tag Mounts to Clean Up Nuclear Weapons Sites
Muslyumovo: The most polluted place on Earth
Managing Nuclear Proliferation
Meltdown of Control
GTS Duratek gets job disposing of radioactivity Power plant cleanup valued at $14 million
Pain, disorientation, nausea to make for an educational shuttle mission
Coastal S.C., Georgia question tritium production after radioactive leak Angry residents call for halt to reactor
Columbia firm gets Czech nuclear deal Training system to be built at power plant.
NUCLEAR PLANT SAFETY BRIGHTENS FUTURE FOR SIMULATOR MAKER
Roof fire at Chernobyl intensifies Ukrainian calls to close nuclear plant
Friendly fire cited in 13% of U.S. losses Accidental-casualty toll in gulf triples; probes continue
RSO'S RELOCATION PLANS UNCERTAIN
Blowing the whistle Complaint to NRC brings nomad's life
Exposure to electromagnetic fields linked to cancer, Hopkins studies show