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AUSTRALIA
RTXHH6F
June 03, 1997
A Greenpeace activist carries warning signs regarding the toxic waste stockpile located near the Sydney...
A Greenpeace activist carries warning signs regarding the toxic waste stockpile located near the Syd.....
A Greenpeace activist carries warning signs regarding the toxic waste stockpile located near the Sydney 2000 Olympic site at Homebush Bay, June 3. Greenpeace claim that the waste contains dangerous levels of dioxin, approximately 60 times higher than the contamination produced by the world's first major dioxin accident at Seveso, Italy in 1976. The new findings will be delivered by Greenpeace to the International Olympic Committee headquarters in Switzerland later today.
AUSTRALIA
RTXHH67
June 03, 1997
Greenpeace activists stand next to some of the toxic waste stockpile located near the Sydney 2000 Olympic...
Greenpeace activists stand next to some of the toxic waste stockpile located near the Sydney 2000 Ol.....
Greenpeace activists stand next to some of the toxic waste stockpile located near the Sydney 2000 Olympic site (visible behind) at Homebush Bay June 3. Greenpeace claim that the waste contains dangerous levels of dioxin, approximately 60 times higher than the contamination produced by the world's first major dioxin accident at Seveso, Italy in 1976. The new findings will be delivered by Greenpeace to the International Olympic Committee headquarters in Switzerland later today.
AUSTRALIA
RTXHH66
June 03, 1997
A Greenpeace activist hammers into the ground warning signs regarding the toxic waste stockpile located...
A Greenpeace activist hammers into the ground warning signs regarding the toxic waste stockpile loca.....
A Greenpeace activist hammers into the ground warning signs regarding the toxic waste stockpile located near the Sydney 2000 Olympic site at Homebush Bay, June 3. Greenpeace claim that the waste contains dangerous levels of dioxin, approximately 60 times higher than the contamination produced by the world's first major dioxin accident at Seveso, Italy in 1976. The new findings will be delivered by Greenpeace to the International Olympic Committee headquarters in Switzerland later today.
RTRPZ9
June 03, 1997
Greenpeace activists stand next to some of the toxic waste stockpile located near the Sydney 2000 Olympic...
Australia
GREENPEACE ACTIVISTS AT TOXIC WASTE STOCKPILE NEAR SYDNEY 2000 OLYMPIC SITE
Greenpeace activists stand next to some of the toxic waste stockpile located near the Sydney 2000 Olympic site (visible behind) at Homebush Bay June 3. Greenpeace claim that the waste contains dangerous levels of dioxin, approximately 60 times higher than the contamination produced by the world's first major dioxin accident at Seveso, Italy in 1976. The new findings will be delivered by Greenpeace to the International Olympic Committee headquarters in Switzerland later today.

OLYMPICS TOXIC
RTRPZ6
June 03, 1997
A Greenpeace activist hammers into the ground warning signs regarding the toxic waste stockpile located...
Australia
GREENPEACE ACTIVIST AT TOXIC WASTE STOCKPILE NEAR SYDNEY 2000 OLYMPIC SITE
A Greenpeace activist hammers into the ground warning signs regarding the toxic waste stockpile located near the Sydney 2000 Olympic site at Homebush Bay, June 3. Greenpeace claim that the waste contains dangerous levels of dioxin, approximately 60 times higher than the contamination produced by the world's first major dioxin accident at Seveso, Italy in 1976. The new findings will be delivered by Greenpeace to the International Olympic Committee headquarters in Switzerland later today.

OLYMPICS TOXIC
RTRPZ1
June 03, 1997
A Greenpeace activist carries warning signs regarding the toxic waste stockpile located near the Sydney...
Australia
GREENPEACE ACTIVIST AT TOXIC WASTE SITE NEAR SYDNEY 2000 OLYMPIC GAMES VENUE
A Greenpeace activist carries warning signs regarding the toxic waste stockpile located near the Sydney 2000 Olympic site at Homebush Bay, June 3. Greenpeace claim that the waste contains dangerous levels of dioxin, approximately 60 times higher than the contamination produced by the world's first major dioxin accident at Seveso, Italy in 1976. The new findings will be delivered by Greenpeace to the International Olympic Committee headquarters in Switzerland later today.

OLYMPICS TOXIC
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