Russia says it's not obliged to share radiation levels data

The Russian foreign ministry has responded to reports that several of its radiation monitoring stations went silent shortly after a deadly explosion at a missile range by saying it is not obliged to share data with other nations

The mysterious accident on the White Sea in northwestern Russia earlier this month, along with changing or contradictory information from Russian authorities, has led to speculation about what happened and what type of weapon was involved. It has even raised comparisons to the 1986 disaster at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant.