The view on abandoned 700-square-meter building ready for rent in the Chornobyl exclusion zone on Oct.5, 2021. (Oleg Petrasiuk)
Photo by Oleg Petrasiuk
Viktor Bryukhanov, who helped build and manage the Chernobyl nuclear power plant in Ukraine, where a reactor explosion in 1986 released a radioactive dust cloud over Europe and a humbling fog of finger-pointing and political fallout that contributed to the collapse of the Soviet Union, died on Oct. 13 in Kyiv. He was 85.
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