by Catherine Lovatt Only six weeks after the ecologically destructive cyanide spill in Baiă Mare, Romania is once again facing the humiliation of yet another environmental catastrophe. Toxins have flooded into the Vaser river, a tributary of the Tisza, after melting snow and two days of torrential rain seriously damaged the wall of a dam […]

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