A uranium plant discharges radioactive waste into a neighboring river.
Hundreds of thousands of people are at risk of developing cancer and other diseases. The Daily Mail informs about the incident.
It's about the city of Pyeongsang. It is there that the uranium springs are located. The plants clean and enrich uranium, after which dirty water is discharged into the Yesogan River.
According to experts, this waste contains radioactive radium, as well as other heavy metals.
It is worth noting that this has been going on for 16 years.
It is known that in March of this year, Donald Trump asked North Korea to close a secret venture.