Greenpeace sounds the alarm | Aftermath of the chemical plant explosion in Leverkusen

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Chemical plant explosion in Leverkusen, Germany left five people dead. Greenpeace is concerned about how big in fact the aftermath is, as the plant manufactured over 5000 chemicals, including nitration compounds which are notably used for the production of explosives.

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