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Environmental groups warn over toxic mud in Hungary

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March 31, 2014
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Hungary experienced its worst-ever chemical disaster in 2010 when a reservoir of toxic red mud burst, killing 10 people. Four years later, environmental groups are sounding the alarm about another reservoir. Duration: 02:10 Video provided by AFP


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AFP (Mar. 2, 2014) — Bangladesh’s tanneries produce leather for fashion brands around the world but the environmental cost of global demand for cheap shoes is on full display in Dhaka where the industry's toxic waste is killing the city's main river. Duration: 02:30 Video provided by AFP
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Environmentalists in Sync With Airbus Formation Flying Plans

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