Size of Chernobyl’s deadly legacy hard to measure

Associated Press: The ruins of a city call up questions in the mind, and this high-rise ghost town where the Chernobyl nuclear power plant workers once lived raises a daunting number of them. How many people have died, or may die in the future, because of the April 26, 1986, reactor explosion that spewed radioactive fallout across much of the Northern Hemisphere? The only clear answer is "too many" -- the number is still hotly debated. Will the effects of the world's worst nuclear accident ever go away? In time,......

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