A mysterious spike in radioactivity has been detected in central Europe, with particles detected in Germany, Italy, Austria, Switzerland and France.
It’s not thought to be harmful to health – but researchers in Germany now believe the isotope Ruthenium-106 is coming from Russia.
Germany’s Federal Office for Radiation Protection (FORP) said last week that five weather stations had detected elevated levels of the particle – and now claim that could be coming from the Urals.
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A spokesman said it could not be an accident at a nuclear power plant.
A spokesman said, ‘The …
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