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# Chernobyl

This year
Debunked: No evidence of children trafficked to Mayo as described in Senator’s tweet
All time
Adi Roche: I dread to think that the 'next Chernobyl' could be Chernobyl itself
Adi Roche
Russian troops leave Chernobyl 'after radiation exposure’, says Ukraine power company
Chernobyl workers replaced after marathon stint following Russian takeover
Ukraine's Chernobyl plant has lost power again, energy operator says
Power restored to Ukraine's Chernobyl plant, say Kyiv officials
Power cut at Ukraine's Chernobyl but experts say no 'critical' safety impact
'Higher than usual' radiation levels reported at Chernobyl after Russians seize nuclear plant
Russia captures Chernobyl power plant after battle with Ukrainian forces
'This is a place of tragedy and memory': 35 years on from the Chernobyl disaster
Acrid smoke lingers over Kiev from fires in Chernobyl nuclear exclusion zone
New wildfires start in Chernobyl evacuation zone
Fires put out in Chernobyl exclusion zone
Your evening longread: Why are tourists drawn to Chernobyl?
Wife of Chernobyl firefighter claims she did not consent to have their story told in HBO series
Adi Roche: Heroic men were sent in to fight a nuclear disaster with shovels and their bare hands
Adi Roche
'Families need a Christmas miracle': Irish-funded doctors to help Chernobyl babies in war-torn Ukraine
Chernobyl is now a tourist spot for nuclear thrillseekers and business is booming
Chernobyl victim 'on cloud nine' after Paralympic gold
Chernobyl's radiation monitoring system hit by cyberattack
Man jailed for injecting children after convincing them they had Chernobyl radiation poisoning
Adi Roche: 'I'm asking world leaders to help removing and storing Chernobyl's radioactive material'
Adi Roche
1986: The levels of radioactive material in Irish water, milk and vegetables following Chernobyl
Frozen in time: Looking inside the abandoned towns inside the Chernobyl exclusion zone
Giant €2.1 billion dome edged over Chernobyl power plant as existing one crumbles
Maria Sharapova to return as UN goodwill ambassador
'The sister and daughter we never had': Welcoming a child affected by Chernobyl into the family
The true story behind the Chernobyl 'suicide squad' that saved Europe
30 years on: The impact of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster
Irish people do their bit to help sick children in Belarus this Christmas
Check out these amazing photos of the wildlife thriving in Chernobyl's fallout zone
A lorry full of donations for Chernobyl children was trashed in Kilkenny
Ukrainian baby Maxim will have life-saving surgery thanks to Irish generosity
"The true meaning of Christmas": Children from Chernobyl arrived in Ireland today
VIDEO: Drone captures haunting footage of Chernobyl ghost town
Children from Chernobyl to arrive in Ireland today for rest and recuperation
Opinion: Nuclear energy is the cleanest, safest, and cheapest – why do we continue to reject it?
Peter Ferguson
Parents of newborn baby thank Ireland after Irish-funded operation saves their son
28 years on and the struggle continues for those affected by the world's biggest nuclear disaster
'A ticking timebomb': contamination shield at Chernobyl delayed due to Ukrainian crisis