Corrosive barrels full of radioactive waste are only 12 kilometers away from the city center. The international atomic agency has declared a state of emergency. Is a radioactive bubble or an atomic mushroom more likely to appear over Belgrade? Plutonium in a swimming pool, perhaps ? Why has the Vienna international agency declared a state […]

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