by John Varoli Ships at the bottom of the Baltic Sea holding more than 300,000 tons of World War II-vintage chemical weapons are rusting and have begun to leak, but most governments in the region continue to downplay the problem. The origins of this environmental hazard go back to the end of the war, when […]

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