17 October 2000 FRIESTADT–The distance between this small Austrian city and Temelin, a Czech nuclear plant, is around 70 kilometers. But to locals it seems more like seven. They feel they live next to a time bomb, which can blow up at any time–just like Chernobyl. “I’m scared, really scared. I’m afraid for my three […]

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