The scientists observed high levels of Cesium in both the soil and honey specimens.
OSLO: A nuclear research reactor in Norway suffered a minor radiation leak that is not believed to pose a threat to public health or the environment, Norwegian authorities said on Tuesday. The leak of radioactive iodine happened on Monday at the Institute for Energy Technology in Halden, in the country's southeast, the Norwegian Radiation Protection Authority (NRPA) said in a statement on its website. "The leak of radioactivity was due to a technical failure when handling nuclear fuel inside the reactor hall. The amount…