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Newbill, R., & Aizpurua, V. (2021). Chernobyl: The Nuclear Disaster that Changed Ukraine and Almost Changed the World. Latitude, 1(14), 96-109. Recuperado a partir de https://revistas.qlu.ac.pa/index.php/latitude/article/view/155

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