Spain, US reach accord to clean up nuclear accident site

The crash site of a United States' B-52G bomber after its collision over the Mediterranean Sea with a KC-135 tanker on January 17, 1966, in Palomares, SpainMadrid (AFP) – Washington and Madrid have reached agreement in principle for the United States to clean up land contaminated by radiation from undetonated nuclear bombs that accidentally fell on a site in Spain in 1966, a joint statement said Monday.

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