Hungary’s nuclear power industry tries to become more user friendly by seducing the public with rock’n’roll by Sarah Roe A most unlikely event is scheduled in the Hungarian city of Paks this month, as a host of musicians flock to the city’s nuclear-power plant to stage a three-day blues music festival. The festival is part […]

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