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There’s a renewed focus on the nuclear catastrophe at Chernobyl. The 1986 accident, which is considered the world’s worst nuclear disaster, left behind fuel that is still burning and an explosion can’t be ruled out. Kelly Cobiella reports live for TODAY from Chernobyl.