While the world is witnessing the worst nuclear crisis happened in Fukushima, Japan. Belarus, Ukraine and Russia marked the 25th anniversary of the Chernobyl nuclear crisis which was considered as the worst civil nuclear accident on the planet. Along with these three countries, people from all around the world are also celebrating this disaster.
The Chernobyl disaster happened on 26 April 1986 when the No. 4 reactor at the Chernobyl plant in the border of Ukraine-Belarus exploded, immediately killing 31 people, leaving thousands of other people from Ukraine, western Russia and Belarus in difficult situation with radiation-related sicknesses.
People at St. Mark's Square in Venice hold a banner written “No more Fukushima. No more Chernobyl” during a protest against the use of nuclear power.
Lithuania marks the 25th anniversary of the Chernobyl nuclear crisis with anti-nuclear protests in Vilnius
Hundreds of Japanese people attend a candle-lit vigil outside TEPCO headquarters in order to celebrate the world's worst nuclear accident in Chernobyl, Ukraine 25 years ago
Bosnia also opens anti-nuclear demonstrators to celebrate the world's worst nuclear accident in Chernobyl.
An anti-nuclear power demonstration was held in front on the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin to mark the 25th anniversary of the Chernobyl disaster
People carry photos of Chernobyl disaster's victims during a parade in St. Mark's Square, Venice in order to celebrate the 25th anniversary
Candles are lit at the Peace Bell in Quezon City Memorial, east of Manila by environment activists and militant groups to mark Chornobyl anniversary
Anti-nuclear protesters light candles in front of the headquarters of Tokyo Electric Power Co. in Japan to mark Chornobyl anniversary
Belarus people arrive at the Chernobyl victims' memorial near an Orthodox church in Minsk on April 26, 2011