Sludge Spill Danube River News
Biggest U.S. Industrial Accidents May Be Waiting to Happen
Europe Has Its Toxic Sludge Spill, But U.S. Experts Worry About Manure Lagoons, Chlorine Gas, Fracking
Caustic Sludge Burns Through Hungarian Towns En Route to the Danube
The caustic, red sludge that burst from a reservoir at an aluminum plant Monday has been found to be 1,000 times more caustic than the dust at ground zero on 9/11, an environmental health expert has said, amid growing concerns about the lingering effects of the toxic spill . The flood of sludge
Stopping Toxic Sludge from Reaching the Danube
Hungary's environmental nightmare heading for Europe's second largest river.
Historic Toxic Sludge Spreads to Danube River
We have new information about that historic environmental disaster in Europe the toxic sludge that spilled from a chemical plant in Hungary swamping seven towns has just reached one of Europe's biggest rivers the Danube. Which stretches more than 17100 miles. Alex court reports this morning from
World News (10.06.10)
Tonight on world news arguing for those gay bashing protesters and disrupt military funerals. Argue their rights at the Supreme Court. And we have a private look at who they are and what they teach their children. Racing from the sludge the people who barely escaped that river of chemicals.
Military Funeral Protest Suit in Supreme Court
Tonight on world news arguing for to those gay bashing protesters and disrupt military funerals. Argue their rights at the Supreme Court. And we have a private look at who they are and what they teach their children. Bracing from the sludge the people who barely escaped that river of chemicals.
In the Toxic Sludge Disaster Zone
Alex Marquardt reports from Hungary, where a red torrent is swallowing towns.
Toxic Sludge Turns Hungary Town Into Red Ocean
The people of Hungary are seeing red in more ways than one. The thick, red torrent of sludge , which burst from a reservoir at a metals plant 100 miles south of Budapest Monday, has left yards covered in toxic waste, piled up in streets and poured into fields. The government of Hungary has launched