Hungary sludge death toll rises

BBC: The death toll following the spill of a large amount of toxic red sludge from an industrial plant in western Hungary has risen to seven, officials say. Disaster unit chief Tibor Dobson said two bodies had been found near the town of Devecser, but were likely residents missing from Kolontar, a town nearby. Earlier, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said the River Danube was no longer under threat of widespread pollution. Mr Orban said the situation had now been brought "under ......

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