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No radiation risk after Moscow nuclear fire


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No radiation risk after Moscow nuclear fire

Officials in Moscow have said there is no risk of a radiation leak after a fire broke out at a nuclear research centre in the Russian capital. Although the building housed a 60-year-old atomic reactor, a spokesman said it was non-operational. The fire is thought to have started among power cables in the basement.

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