Kiev has acquiesced to Western demands and promised to shut down the stricken Chornobyl nuclear power plant by 2000 – but it holds out conditions that the West has not met. The disaster’s full medical and environmental consequences are only now becoming apparent by CHRYSTYNA LAPYCHAK NEARLY A DECADE AFTER AN explosion ripped the roof […]

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