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Level of Radiation in Ukraine’s Chernobyl Spikes Above Normal Rate Amid Forest Fires – Lawma

Ukrainian firefighters continue to combat a fire that originated in the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone, established after the nuclear disaster of 1986, with the fire reportedly covering 20 hectares.

The level of radiation in Ukraine’s Chernobyl Exclusion Zone is 14 times higher than the normal rate, as forest fires are still raging in the area, according to Ukrainian lawmaker Egor Firsov.

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