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Russia's first seaborne nuclear power plant sets sail across Arctic

Reuters India Friday, 23 August 2019 ()
Russia's first floating nuclear power plant set sail on Friday from the Arctic port of Murmansk to provide power to one of the country's most remote regions, sparking environmental concerns.
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