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Mining group Rio Tinto apologises for losing radioactive capsule in Western Australia

By France24
31 January 2023   |   7:34 am
Mining giant Rio Tinto has apologised for losing a tiny radioactive capsule that went missing as it was being transported across Western Australia. An emergency hunt for the device, which is about the size of a pea, is under way along the 1,400km (870 mile) route.

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