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Soviet Union Dumped Nuclear Submarines, Radioactive Waste Into the Ocean Despite Ban

The discarded Soviet submarine K-159 (Bellona Foundation) The Soviet Union had been dumping radioactive waste into the sea for decades by the time the communist bloc collapsed in 1991, even though other nations had abandoned the practice by the early 1970s. “Most nuclear states had similar practices before the early

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