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'Chernobyl' Creator Asks Tourists to Show "Respect" to Nuclear Disaster Site in Ukraine | THR News

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'Chernobyl' Creator Asks Tourists to Show 'Respect' to Nuclear Disaster Site in Ukraine | THR News

'Chernobyl' Creator Asks Tourists to Show "Respect" to Nuclear Disaster Site in Ukraine | THR News

Social media influencers have been criticized for posting disrespectful, and sometimes scantily-clad, photos of themselves from the site of the 1986 nuclear disaster in Ukraine.

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