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In the papers today - Wednesday 16th May

Pollution is turning the Taj Mahal yellow, despite efforts to control air contamination around the 17th century monument. Airborne particles are being deposited on the monument's white marble, giving it a yellow tinge - The Guardian
Shell came under fire at its annual meeting yesterday from environmental campaigners who accused it of peddling 'shameful, absurd and misleading' adverts about its green credentials and of presiding over growing number of oil spills and defying court orders to halt gas flaring in Nigeria - The GuardianRussia is building a nuclear rector for the military dictatorship in Burma. The research facility will include a 10 MW reactor for civil use. Russia said the UN's nuclear watchdog would supervise the project. - The Telegraph

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