The Soviets kept a dirty secret about deadly radiation from the villagers of Muslyumovo, and now the Russians want to cover up old waste with new by Anna Badkhen MUSLYUMOVO, Russia–The sun shines on a pale-blue wooden mosque in Muslyumovo, a picturesque village of 4,500 people on the Techa River. Cows meander through fields of […]

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