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“1917,” “Once Upon a Time in… Hollywood” win Golden Globes; “Fleabag,” “Succession,” “Chernobyl” win top TV Golden Globes; Plenty of pink, puffy sleeves and shimmer at Golden Globes. (Jan. 6)

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Ukraine inaugurates giant dome over destroyed Chernobyl reactor | AFP

Ukraine and its European partners on Wednesday formally inaugurated a new metal dome encasing the destroyed reactor at the infamous Chernobyl plant, wrapping up a two-decade effort. Branded as the world’s largest moveable metal structure, the so-called New Safe Confinement seals the remains of the fourth reactor at the nuclear plant that was the site of the massive Chernobyl disaster in 1986.

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‘Chernobyl’ creator: ‘We’re all living in a moment that could be pre-disastrous’

“Chernobyl” creator Craig Mazin ponders the nature of the mistruths that led to the 1986 nuclear disaster, while actor Jared Harris says his wife is unhappy with roles where he ends up dead. (July 9)

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Jessie Buckley: ‘Chernobyl’ disaster born of ‘ignorance’

“Chernobyl” star Jessie Buckley comments on man versus nature and the importance of being “respectful” in light of the 1986 nuclear catastrophe. (June 20)

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‘I’m no hero’ says Chernobyl diver portrayed in hit TV series | AFP

In the acclaimed US mini-series “Chernobyl”, Oleksiy Ananenko is hailed as one of three men who helped avert an even greater disaster after the worst nuclear accident in history. Now living in a modest one-bedroom apartment on the outskirts of Kiev, Ananenko insisted that what he did was not heroic.

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Today in History for April 26th

Highlights of this day in history: The Chernobyl nuclear accident; John Wilkes Booth, President Lincoln’s assassin, killed; Guernica bombed in the Spanish Civil War; Vermont enacts same-sex civil unions; TV star Lucille Ball dies. (April 26)

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Ukraine Honors Anniversary of Chernobyl Disaster

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Commemorations were held in Ukraine on Thursday to mark 32 years since the world’s worst nuclear disaster. A remembrance ceremony was held in capital Kiev, and Ukranian President Petro Poroshenko laid flowers at the Chernobyl nuclear plant. (April 26)

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Highlights of this day in history: The Chernobyl nuclear accident; John Wilkes Booth, President Lincoln’s assassin, killed; Guernica bombed in the Spanish Civil War; Vermont enacts same-sex civil unions; TV star Lucille Ball dies. (April 26)

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North Korea’s Biggest Missile & Will Ferrell Debunks Himself: VICE News Tonight Full Episode (HBO)

This is the November 29, 2017, FULL EPISODE of VICE News Tonight on HBO.

Immigrants from India hold by far the largest number of H-1Bs–temporary visas for skilled workers. For many, that temporary status has become a way of life. No matter how long they’ve lived in the United States, most have no hope of getting a green card anytime soon, if ever.

President Trump retweeted three videos from a British far-right nationalist—one showing a graphic death in Egypt, another falsely labeled, and all of them the sort of clips commonly passed around in anti-Islamic circles.

After President Trump retweeted the British far-right nationalist, he tweeted out an endzone dance about NBC’s firing of Matt Lauer. But people in glass White Houses might not want to throw stones.

VICE News interviews missile expert Jeffrey Lewis for latest reaction following DPRK ballistic missile launch.

Will Ferrell addresses the true, false, and straight up weird things the internet has written about him, in an inaugural pilot episode of ‘Vicepedia’.

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Exploring an abandoned nuclear plant in New York

The Shoreham Nuclear Power Plant was built between 1972 – 1984 in New York.

It was met with heavy protests from locals while under construction, this was due to the Chernobyl disaster, which killed 31 people.

Locals in the area feared that the same outcome could happen, and refused to sign evacuation plans which are required before the plant can open and be fully operational.

This led to the full decommission and abandonment of the plant in 1994.

Till this day the building still stands and even has power.

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‘Bringing dead city back to life’: Urban explorers turn on Chernobyl lights

What does life in a nuclear exclusion zone look like? A group of Polish photographers travelled to the abandoned Ukranian city of Pripyat, that became a ghost town almost 30 years ago, after the Chernobyl disaster. They decided to bring life back to the city, by turning on old lightbulbs in the abandoned buildings and the result was surprising.

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Giant radiation shield built to cap Chernobyl’s damaged nuclear reactor

A giant radiation shield is being manoevered over the site of the world’s worst nuclear accident in Chernobyl, Ukraine, in the final phase of a €1.5 billion (US$1.6bn) project to prevent the leaking of further radioactive material from the damaged reactor.

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