Russia: Kurgan Customs Release Radiation Detection Statistics
Between January – May 2010, Kurgan Customs registered 240 cases involving the transportation of goods with elevated levels of radiation across Russia's borders . The details of the cases were not specified.
Abstract Number: 20100970
Headline: Russia: Kurgan Customs Release Radiation Detection Statistics
Date: January – May 2010
Bibliography: "'Фоны', но знаЙ меру ['Backgrounds', but knowing the measure]," Federal Customs Service, 26 May 2010, via www.integrum.com
Material: Unidentified radioactive material
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