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GERMANY/
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December 16, 2010
An anti-nuclear protester rests in the lee-side of a straw ball during a silent vigil near the railwaytracks...
BRUENZOW, Germany
Anti-nuclear protester rests during protest against Castor nuclear waste transport in Bruenzow near Lubmin...
An anti-nuclear protester rests in the lee-side of a straw ball during a silent vigil near the railwaytracks in protest against the Castor nuclear waste transport in Bruenzow between Greifswald and Lubmin December 16, 2010. A controversial shipment of four Castor containers with spent German nuclear fuel coming from Cadarache in France is expected to arrive at the interim storage of the northeastern German village of Lubmin on Thursday, according to a police spokesperson. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY - Tags: ENVIRONMENT CIVIL UNREST)
GERMANY NUCLEARS
RTRG9NY
March 28, 2001
Reporters inspect a hole under the railway track near Oldendorf between Dahlenburg and Dannenberg, March...
Nahrendorf, Germany
JOURNALISTS INSPECT A HOLE DUG UNDER THE RAILWAYTRACK BETWEEN DAHLENBURG AND DANNENBERG.
Reporters inspect a hole under the railway track near Oldendorf between Dahlenburg and Dannenberg, March 28, 2001. A 16-year old girl and three men of the environmental organisation Robin Wood tied themselves under the railtrack blocking a transport carrying the so called "Castor" containers of nuclear waste. Policemen needed 16 hours to free the four from the construction. The transport train is still at a standstill.

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GERMANY NUCLEARS
RTRG9J6
March 28, 2001
Reporters inspect a hole under the railway track near Oldendorf between Dahlenburg and Dannenberg, March...
Nahrendorf, Germany
JOURNALISTS INSPECT A HOLE DUG UNDER THE RAILWAYTRACK BETWEEN DAHLENBURG AND DANNENBERG.
Reporters inspect a hole under the railway track near Oldendorf between Dahlenburg and Dannenberg, March 28, 2001. A 16-year old girl and three men of the environmental organisation Robin Wood tied themselves under the railtrack blocking a transport carrying the so called "Castor" containers of nuclear waste. Policemen needed 16 hours to free the four from the construction. The transport train is still at a standstill.

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