1 Airborne radioactivity increase in Europe suspected to have come from Russia.
In late October and early September dozens of respected institutes around Europe including Norway, Finland, France and Germany reported increased amounts of radiation(ruthenium-106) coming from Russia towards Europe and South East Asia. Russia denied any involvement despite 43 countries reporting that it's source was the Mayak Nuclear Facility which has had also had massive meltdown in 1957 which was only surpassed in size and impact by Chernobyl and Fukushima. Contrary to 1957 this time the amount of radiation was not life threatening, being 1000 times the normal quantity. Experts worldwide are worried by Russia's unwillingness to admit a radiation was coming towards Europe, just like in 1986(Chernobyl) where it were also foreign agencies that reported to the public that a nuclear fallout cloud was coming from the East that threatened the lives of over 250 million people and Europe itself.