Tajikistan’s mountainous north is littered with Soviet-era radioactive waste dumps, and a lack of control and maintenance is creating a dangerous situation–not only in Tajikistan, but beyond its borders as well. DUSHANBE, Tajikistan–The Soviets used it to research the creation of their first nuclear bomb, but now Tajikistan’s uranium wealth exists mostly in the form […]
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