Norway detects radioactive iodine by Russian border days after blast

Norway detects radioactive iodine by Russian border days after blast

Norway’s radiation and nuclear safety authority DSA said it had detected the radioactive iodine at its air filter station in Svanhovd, along the Russian border. The samples were collected in the period Aug 9 to Aug 12, while the accident in the Arkhangelsk region of northern Russia occurred on Aug 8, it said.

Chris
Chris
Voice of Reason
Voice of Reason 5 months

So pretty much exactly what was expected: there has been a more significant nuclear incident than the Russian government is willing to admit.

AlexJ
AlexJ 5 months

Hey I've seen this one before.

AltMiddle
AltMiddle 5 months

Dirty bombing norway eh russia?

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