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FRANCE NUCLEAR PROTEST
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November 07, 2004 
A father and his son stand in silence during prayer ceremony for a dead french anti-nuclear activist... 
Langendorf, Germany 
A father and his son stand in silence during prayer ceremony for a dead french anti-nuclear ... 
A father and his son stand in silence during prayer ceremony for a dead french anti-nuclear activist following mourning ceremony in Langendorf. A man and a boy stand in silence after lightning a candle during a prayer ceremony at the church in the northern German village of Langendorf near Gorleben November 7, 2004. They mourn the death of an anti-nuclear activist who died in France on Sunday after having a leg cut off by a train transporting nuclear waste when he was sitting on a railway track in protest. The driver noticed a group of people sitting on the tracks and pulled the emergency brake, but one of the people remained sitting, and one of his legs was cut off. The train left Valognes in northern France and was heading for the German town of Gorleben. Reuters/Christian Charisus 
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