15 January 1999 The Russian army left a dirty legacy in Estonia, according to a three-year Estonian-Finnish study of environmental pollution released in late November. When Russian units withdrew from the Baltic country in August 1994 they left 4,000 hectares of land polluted by oil products and fuel; 158,000 tons of heavy metals in the […]

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