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in 1986, a nuclear explosion released radiation that killed hundreds of people in and around: A. rio de janeiro. B. Sao paulo. C. chernobyl. D. bhopal
In 1986, a nuclear explosion released radiation that killed hundreds of people in and around Chernobyl.
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In 1986, a nuclear explosion released radiation that killed hundreds of people in and around Chernobyl.
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To end the cold war, President Reagan did all of the following except sign the Brezhnev Doctrine.

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Soon after implementing perestroika or economic reform, Soviet president Mikhail Gorbachev realized that it would not succeed without political reform.

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