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Russian nuclear monitors near blast site ‘went silent’ after missile testing explosion

Russian nuclear monitors near blast site ‘went silent’ after missile testing explosion

Russian nuclear monitors silencedFour Russian radiation monitoring stations went offline following  reports of a nuclear accident in Arkhangelsk region on Russia’s northern  frontier, fuelling concerns of a cover-up.

The Russian government has been vague and at times contradictory when  addressing the mysterious explosion near a military test range on  August 8.

At least five nuclear scientists died, and a brief radiation spike was detected over nearby Severodvinsk.

According to the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty Organization  (CTBTO), which operates an international network of radiation monitoring  stations, two key Russian stations went offline two days after the  unexplained explosion and reports of radiation spikes.

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