Hungary: toxic sludge will take one year to clean up

Telegraph: Zoltan Illes, the environment minister, told the BBC the clean-up of the country's worst chemical accident would take at least one year and probably require technical and financial assistance from the European Union. The red tide, which inundated streets and homes after the walls of residue reservoir at an aluminium plant collapsed, has so far killed four people and injured 120, but the death toll is expected to rise. Six people are missing and another eight are in critical ......

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