Water safe after Hungary spill but needs monitoring: WHO

Reuters: Drinking water in Hungarian villages hit by a toxic sludge spill is safe, but must be continuously monitored, along with the air, soil and food, for contamination by heavy metals, the World Health Organization said. Reporting on an investigation conducted in Hungary last week, the WHO called for the removal of the corrosive mud to be completed, especially from houses, to minimize residents' exposure. Residents and nearly 4,000 workers involved in the clean-up should be given clear advice on......

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