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Several Ukrainian villages are at risk from a giant poisonous cloud that formed after a train carrying a toxic chemical caught fire and derailed.
The fire aboard the train carrying highly flammable yellow phosphorous was put out late on Monday, reports say.
The train was travelling from Kazakhstan to Poland and Ukrainian rescue teams are still said to be working at the site of the accident.
The cloud covers an area of 90sq km (56sq miles) above some 14 villages near the town of Lviv.