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Photographer Simon Isaac to Exhibit at Drake & Morgan’s Inaugural Scottish Venue in December 2016

Photographer Simon Isaac will showcase his latest international photography exhibition at restaurant and bar group Drake & Morgan’s new Edinburgh site. Edinburgh, Scotland (PRWEB UK) 5 December..
PRWeb

Chernobyl 'Safe' For Another Century Thanks To World's Largest Moving Structure

chernobyl 'safe' for another century thanks to world's largest moving structure
Over 30 years after a botched test at the Soviet nuclear plant sent clouds of smoldering nuclear material across large swathes of Europe, *the world's largest land-based moving structure has been slid..
Zero Hedge

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News video: Shielding Chernobyl

Shielding Chernobyl 00:43

in an impressive feat of engineering, chernbyl's nuclear reactor has now been shielded. the shield will cover the aging shelter in northern ukraine that has been leaking radioactive material since the..
Source: Wochit Headline News -

News video: Haunting recent footage of Chernobyl

Haunting recent footage of Chernobyl 02:58

Haunting footage has emerged from Ukraine of Chernobyl, where a nuclear disaster caused the city to be abandoned in 1986.
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News video: Chernobyl nuclear site enclosed by dome to prevent leaks

Chernobyl nuclear site enclosed by dome to prevent leaks 02:23

A giant dome has been unveiled at the Chernobyl nuclear site in Ukraine to stop radiation from leaking. The steel structure covers reactor number four, which exploded in 1986, causing the worst nuclear..
Source: Al Jazeera STUDIO -

News video: Chernobyl Diaries: Video Review

Chernobyl Diaries: Video Review 02:04

Radioactive mutants attack in waste-of-time horror movie.
Source: Common Sense Media - Affiliate -

News video: Destroyed Chernobyl Reactor Gets A New Cover

Destroyed Chernobyl Reactor Gets A New Cover 01:09

The world’s largest land-based moveable structure weights 40,000 tons and can even withstand tornadoes.
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Editorial: The Great Arch of Chernobyl

A huge steel arch has been moved over the radioactive wreckage of a Chernobyl reactor, a project in which many nations helped to raise funds.
NYTimes.com

Fukushima costs to double to nearly $180 bn: report

TOKYO - The estimated cost of dealing with the 2011 Fukushima nuclear crisis has doubled to some $180 billion, a report said Thursday, underlining the challenge Japan faces in overcoming the world's..
Bangkok Post

New dome in place over Chernobyl Unit 4

A new dome has been positioned in place over the damaged Chernobyl Unit 4 in Ukraine.  -More- 
SmartBrief

Chernobyl cover-up: Giant shield rolled over nuclear reactor remains


The Register

News24.com | Nuclear cover up: Chernobyl's giant dome

The new metal dome encasing Ukraine's infamous Chernobyl nuclear power plant contains enough metal to build three Eiffel Towers with a few thousand tons to spare.
News24

Chernobyl dome to provide 'hundred years of nuclear safety'

SBS World News Radio: The builders of a massive dome over the stricken Chernobyl reactor in Ukraine say they have closed a 30-year-old nuclear wound.
SBS

World's largest land-based moving structure to enclose Chernobyl (+video)

The 350-foot-high and 530-foot-long containment system is part of a global effort to restore the site of the world's worst nuclear disaster.
Christian Science Monitor

Giant Protective Arch Slides Over Chernobyl Site

In the middle of a vast exclusion zone in northern Ukraine, the world's largest land-based moving structure has been slid over the Chernobyl nuclear disaster site to prevent deadly radiation spewing..
VOA News

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