"'This is an intergenerational catastrophe,' says Vladimir Chouprov, a nuclear specialist with Greenpeace Russia, which helped organize a demonstration commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Mayak blast last week in Chleyabinsk. 'We are seeing the second and third generations living amid radioactive contamination, both accidental and systemic.'" Alexander Zaitchik reports for Moscow's The eXile.
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