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Chornobyl City (1971 pop 10,000), raion center in Kiev oblast [Ukraine],
port on the Prypiat River in Kievan Polisia. Before 1917 Chornobyl
was an autonomous (‘zastatne’) town in Radomyshl county with a
population employed in agriculture and small trades. The city has
experienced periods of decline: in 1897 it had 9,300 inhabitants, while
in 1926 it had 9,000. The main industry is food processing, but
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was first mentioned in 1193.
Encyclopedia of Ukraine, 1985
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part in the hasty and poorly organized Soviet cleanup effort have died, and
more than 70,000 Ukrainians were fully disabled by the disaster.
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Reactor Number Two is restarted
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