A group of Greenpeace activists on July 15 entered a French nuclear power plant at Tricastin in southern France, where they unfurled banners protesting France’s vast atomic energy industry and demanding the plant be shut down, according to reports. This video from Greenpeace France shows a banner they posted on the wall reading “Tricastin is a nuclear accident” and “François Hollande – disaster president?” Credit: Greenpeace France
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