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Radioactive dust found in Iceland

Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Laaska News March 23,2011

Mar.22( MT) A small cloud  of radioactive particles, most probably, from the emergency-stricken Fukushima-1 NPP in Japan has been discovered in Iceland, reported Andreas Stol from the Norwegian Institute of Air Research to Reuters on Tuesday.

The scientist added that there will be no danger of radiation for Europeans.

The radioactive dust spread from Japan to the east and crossed the Pacific Ocean, North America and the Atlantic Ocean to finally reach Iceland.

MT.

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