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Lebanese monitoring stations have detected no rise in radiation levels after a mysterious explosion in northern Russia, the director of the Lebanese Atomic Energy Commission said Monday.The Aug. 8 explosion killed five and injured three others, Russian state nuclear company Rosatom said.A brief spike in radiation was detected after the event, and researchers have speculated that the explosion involved Russia's new nuclear-powered cruise missile, the Burevestnik. Ali Ahmad, a nuclear expert at American University of Beirut's Issam Fares Institute, pointed out that those who were killed in Russia reportedly died from the explosion itself, not radiation.
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