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07 Oct 2010 14:42 GMT | Environment, Humanitarian crises, Europe, Hungary
The massive spill of toxic waste from an aluminum plant in Hungary has flooded several towns with red sledge. The people of Kolontar, the first village to be hit by the toxic red sludge, want answers. Hungary's government is now appealing for international expertise to help with the clean-up. Al Jazeera's Anita McNaught, reports from Kolontar village.
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