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Nightline Investigation: Borrowed Time: The Next Chernobyl #647213

ABC Special for Thursday, Feb 20, 1992

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Broadcast re: the safety of nuclear power plants in the former USSR and eastern Europe with Ted Koppel (ABC), an excerpt of a 4/30/86 interview by Koppel with Soviet official Eugene Pozdnyakov, an excerpt of a 5/2/86 news report by Peter Jennings (ABC), Yeltsin environmental advisor Alexei Yablokov, nuclear expert Gabriel Schoenfeld, Bulgaria parliament member Luchesar Toshev, former Energy Department official Ed Purvis, Morris Rosen of the International Atomic Energy Agency, earthquake expert Peter Yanev, Bulgarian nuclear regulation chief Yaco Yanev, Professor Ivan Uzunov, Lithuania Atomic Energy Deputy Minister Anatoly Piruev, and unidentified others.


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