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  1. Chornobyl: 30 years later

    On April 26, 1986, an accident in Reactor No. 4 of the Chornobyl power plant in the then-Soviet republic of Ukraine sent a cloud of radioactive fallout over much of Europe and forced the evacuation of about 115,000 people from the plant's vicinity. About 600,000 people, often referred to as Chornobyl's "liquidators," were sent in to fight the fire at the nuclear plant and clean up the worst of its contamination. Thirty workers died either from the explosion or from acute radiation sickness within several months. The accident exposed millions in the region to dangerous levels of radiation and forced a wide-scale, permanent evacuation of hundreds of towns and villages in Ukraine and Belarus. The final death toll from Chornobyl is subject to speculation, due to the long-term effects of radiation, but ranges from an estimate of 9,000 by the World Health Organization to one of a possible 90,000 by the environmental group Greenpeace. Today, a 30-kilometre area directly around the plant remains largely off-limits. A new giant arch-shaped confinement is being constructed over the old sarcophagus. 04/26/2016 1:09 PM

  2. Fans ready for Rihanna

    Rihanna fans filled the MTS Centre in time for the singer's performance April 18, 2016. No professional photos of the show were permitted. 04/18/2016 9:21 PM

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  4. Jets victorious against Wild in season's final home game

    The Winnipeg Jets won 5-1 against the Minnesota Wild Sunday night in Winnipeg's final home game of the season. 04/3/2016 10:51 PM

  5. Vigil sends off spirit of two-year-old boy

    Family and friends of Chase Martens, 2, gathered Sunday for a vigil near the spot his body was found at Pine Creek. Chase was found dead in the creek four days after he went missing from his home in Austin, Man. 03/27/2016 9:49 PM

  6. The Oscars 2016

    The 88th Academy Awards crowned its stars Sunday, Feb. 28, 2016 in Los Angeles. 02/28/2016 10:00 PM

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    Sight Unseen at the CMHR is a major exhibition of work by some of the world's most accomplished blind photographers. Sight Unseen is the first museum exhibit in the world to showcase new 3D printing technology heralded as a breakthrough for people with vision loss, allowing them to "see" photographs and fine art with their fingertips. 02/20/2016 12:06 AM

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