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Greenland calls for clean-up of toxic U.S. Cold War bases

COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - Greenland's government urged the United States and Denmark on Monday to clean up 30 rusting Cold War-era U.S. military installations there, saying it was losing patience over risks of radioactive and chemical waste.
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