by Andreas Beckmann One might wonder what has provoked the Gods on Mount Olympus to rain down calamities on Hungary and its neighbors. Three mining accidents in Romania since the beginning of February this year poured first cyanide and then heavy metals into the Tisza and Danube river systems, killing all life in the Tisza. […]

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