Kazakhstan has eagerly complied with all international regulations on nuclear nonproliferation. But victims of radiation from years of nuclear tests in the Semipalatinsk region feel the international community and their own government have done little to alleviate their misery by BHAVNA DAVE ALTHOUGH NORTHEASTERN Kazakhstan’s Semipalatinsk, the world’s largest and most frequently used nuclear test […]

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