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000_1LV1NH.jpg1 viewsA Greenpeace activist brandishes a placard reading "Acquittal for the 9 of Cattenom" behind French managing director of Greenpeace France Jean-François Julliard delivering a speech outside the courthouse of Metz, eastern France on October 30, 2019 on the first day of the appeal lawsuit of eight activists and two heads of Greenpeace France for an action carried out inside the Cattenom nuclear power plant site in October 2017. Charged with "intrusion as a group and with degradation of the enclosure of a civil installation sheltering nuclear materials", the activists incur five years of imprisonment and a fine of 75
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000_1LV1ND.jpg1 views(FromL) Responsible for the Greenpeace antinuclear campaign Yannick Rousselet, Greenpeace's activists and Managing director of Greenpeace France Jean-François Julliard, French lawyer of Greenpeace Marie Dose, and activits of Greenpeace chat at the courthouse of Metz, eastern France on October 30, 2019 on the first day of the appeal lawsuit of eight activists and two heads of Greenpeace France for an action carried out inside the Cattenom nuclear power plant site in October 2017. Charged with "intrusion as a group and with degradation of the enclosure of a civil installation sheltering nuclear materials", the acti
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000_1LV1NC.jpg1 views(FromL) Responsible for the Greenpeace antinuclear campaign Yannick Rousselet, Greenpeace's activists and Managing director of Greenpeace France Jean-François Julliard, French lawyer of Greenpeace Marie Dose, and activits of Greenpeace chat at the courthouse of Metz, eastern France on October 30, 2019 on the first day of the appeal lawsuit of eight activists and two heads of Greenpeace France for an action carried out inside the Cattenom nuclear power plant site in October 2017. Charged with "intrusion as a group and with degradation of the enclosure of a civil installation sheltering nuclear materials", the acti
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000_1LV1NB.jpg0 viewsFrench director of the nuclear power plant of Cattenom Thierry Rosso looks on at the courthouse of Metz, eastern France on October 30, 2019 on the first day of the appeal lawsuit of eight activists and two heads of Greenpeace France for an action carried out inside the Cattenom nuclear power plant site in October 2017. - Charged with "intrusion as a group and with degradation of the enclosure of a civil installation sheltering nuclear materials", the activists incur five years of imprisonment and a fine of 75.000 euros. (Photo by JEAN-CHRISTOPHE VERHAEGEN / AFP)
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000_1LL8NP.jpg0 viewsAn activist of the non-governmental organization Campact protests dressed as a pig against the controversial animal welfare labelling holding a banner reading "More animal welfare is duty" in front of the Brandenburg Gate on October 21, 2019. (Photo by Tobias SCHWARZ / AFP)
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000_1LL8NN.jpg0 viewsActivists of the non-governmental organization Campact dressed as animals stage a protest against the controversial animal welfare labelling holding a banner reading "Stop my torture" and "My curly tail is my property" in front of the Brandenburg Gate on October 21, 2019. (Photo by Tobias SCHWARZ / AFP)
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000_1LL8NK.jpg0 viewsThe logo of environmental and political organization Campact is seen on the sweater and folder of an activist during a protest against the controversial animal welfare labelling in front of Brandenburg Gate in Berlin on October 21, 2019. (Photo by Tobias SCHWARZ / AFP)
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000_1JQ3JQ.jpg0 viewsDemonstrators take part in a march in Irun on August 24, 2019, to protest against the annual G7 Summit attended by the leaders of the world's seven richest democracies, Britain, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan and the United States in Biarritz from August 24 to 26. - Thousands began rallying some 30 kilometres (20 miles) south of the G7 gathering at the border town of Hendaye for a march over the Bidassoa River toward the Spanish town of Irun. (Photo by ANDER GILLENEA / AFP)
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000_1JQ3I4.jpg0 viewsDemonstrators take part in a march in Irun on August 24, 2019, to protest against the annual G7 Summit attended by the leaders of the world's seven richest democracies, Britain, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan and the United States in Biarritz from August 24 to 26. - Thousands began rallying some 30 kilometres (20 miles) south of the G7 gathering at the border town of Hendaye for a march over the Bidassoa River toward the Spanish town of Irun. (Photo by ANDER GILLENEA / AFP)
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000_1JQ3E9.jpg0 viewsDemonstrators take part in a march in Irun on August 24, 2019, to protest against the annual G7 Summit attended by the leaders of the world's seven richest democracies, Britain, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan and the United States in Biarritz from August 24 to 26. - Thousands began rallying some 30 kilometres (20 miles) south of the G7 gathering at the border town of Hendaye for a march over the Bidassoa River toward the Spanish town of Irun. (Photo by ANDER GILLENEA / AFP)
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000_1JN37K.jpg0 viewsRescued migrants queue aboard the 'Ocean Viking' rescue ship, jointly operated by French NGOs SOS Mediterranee and Medecins sans Frontieres (MSF Doctors without Borders) on August 20, 2019, at sea between Malta and Lampedusa, after a search-and-rescue operation in the Mediterranean Sea. - The Ocean Viking rescue ship, with 356 migrants on board waits since August 14, 2019 for a safe port to dock. (Photo by Anne CHAON / AFP)
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000_1JN3MI.jpg0 viewsThis grab from a video taken by Local Team shows migrants rescued for days by NGO Proactiva Open Arms charity ship, being rescued by a Spanish patrol boat after throwing themselves in the water to try and swim to the nearby Italian island of Lampedusa in a desperate move after days stuck on board, on August 20, 2019. - The NGO Proactiva Open Arms that owns the ship warned the situation was "out of control" as Spain announced it would make a new attempt at solving a standoff between the vessel and Italy, which refuses them port access. (Photo by - / LOCALTEAM / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / LOCAL TEAM"- NO MARKETING - NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
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000_1JK89U.jpg0 viewsThe Greenpeace's Rainbow Warrior III ship sails off the Flamanville nuclear power plant (Evolutionary Power Reactor of Flamanville), off La Hague, in the English Channel, on August 16, 2019. - The Rainbow Warrior III of the environmentalist organization Greenpeace arrived near the site of the future Flamanville nuclear power plant, where the NGO denounced "the nuclear waste pollution" and the "fiasco" of the EPR project on August 16. (Photo by LOU BENOIST / AFP)
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000_1JK81S.jpg0 viewsThe Greenpeace Rainbow Warrior III ship is docked at the Quai de Normandie, in the port of Cherbourg, northwestern France, on August 15, 2019, before heading to the site of the Flamanville nuclear power plant (Evolutionary Power Reactor of Flamanville) as part of an action against against nuclear waste pollution. - The Rainbow Warrior III of the environmentalist organization Greenpeace arrived near the site of the future Flamanville nuclear power plant, where the NGO denounced "the nuclear waste pollution" and the "fiasco" of the EPR project on August 16. (Photo by LOU BENOIST / AFP)
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000_1JK75L.jpg0 viewsThe Greenpeace's Rainbow Warrior III ship sails off the EPR of Flamanville (Evolutionary Power Reactor of Flamanville) The Hague, in the sea of Manche, on August 16, 2019. - The Rainbow Warrior III of the environmentalist organization Greenpeace arrived near the site of the future Flamanville nuclear power plant, where the NGO denounced "the nuclear waste pollution" and the "fiasco" of the EPR project on August 16. (Photo by Lou BENOIST / AFP)
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000_1JK75J.jpg0 viewsGreenpeace activist sail on an inflatable boat off the EPR of Flamanville (Evolutionary Power Reactor of Flamanville) The Hague, in the sea of Manche, on August 16, 2019. - The Rainbow Warrior III of the environmentalist organization Greenpeace arrived near the site of the future Flamanville nuclear power plant, where the NGO denounced "the nuclear waste pollution" and the "fiasco" of the EPR project on August 16. (Photo by Lou BENOIST / AFP)
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000_1JK7IN.jpg0 viewsThe Greenpeace's Rainbow Warrior III ship sails off the EPR of Flamanville (Evolutionary Power Reactor of Flamanville) The Hague, in the sea of Manche, on August 16, 2019. - The Rainbow Warrior III of the environmentalist organization Greenpeace arrived near the site of the future Flamanville nuclear power plant, where the NGO denounced "the nuclear waste pollution" and the "fiasco" of the EPR project on August 16. (Photo by Lou BENOIST / AFP)
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000_1JK7EI.jpg0 viewsGreenpeace activists raise a banner reading "EPR, a fiasco" aboard the Rainbow Warrior III ship as they take part in an action against the future Flamanville nuclear power plant (Evolutionary Power Reactor of Flamanville) off La Hague, in the English Channel, on August 16, 2019. - The Rainbow Warrior III of the environmentalist organization Greenpeace arrived near the site of the future Flamanville nuclear power plant, where the NGO denounced "the nuclear waste pollution" and the "fiasco" of the EPR project on August 16. (Photo by Lou BENOIST / AFP)
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000_1JK7EG.jpg0 viewsThis picture taken on August 16, 2019 shows a general view of the site of the future Flamanville nuclear power plant (Evolutionary Power Reactor of Flamanville), near La Hague, in the English Channel. - The Rainbow Warrior III of the environmentalist organization Greenpeace arrived near the site of the future Flamanville nuclear power plant, where the NGO denounced "the nuclear waste pollution" and the "fiasco" of the EPR project on August 16. (Photo by Lou BENOIST / AFP)
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000_1JK7EE.jpg0 viewsThe Greenpeace ship Rainbow Warrior III sails off the site of the future Flamanville nuclear power plant (Evolutionary Power Reactor of Flamanville), off La Hague, in the English Channel, on August 16, 2019, as part of an action against the nuclear waste pollution. - The Rainbow Warrior III of the environmentalist organization Greenpeace arrived near the site of the future Flamanville nuclear power plant, where the NGO denounced "the nuclear waste pollution" and the "fiasco" of the EPR project on August 16. (Photo by LOU BENOIST / AFP)
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000_1JK7ED.jpg0 viewsGreenpeace activists lie on the deck of the Rainbow Warrior III ship as they take part in an action against the future Flamanville nuclear power plant (Evolutionary Power Reactor of Flamanville) off La Hague, in the English Channel, on August 16, 2019. - The Rainbow Warrior III of the environmentalist organization Greenpeace arrived near the site of the future Flamanville nuclear power plant, where the NGO denounced "the nuclear waste pollution" and the "fiasco" of the EPR project on August 16. (Photo by LOU BENOIST / AFP)
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000_1JF630.jpg0 viewsCrew members of the 'Ocean Viking' rescue ship, operated by French NGOs SOS Mediterranee and Medecins sans Frontieres (MSF), help a woman climb on board from a "rhib", an inflatable rescue dinghy, where she will be registered and taken in charge by a medical team on August 9, 2019, during their first rescue operation in the Mediterranean Sea. - For volunteers who come to the rescue of migrants in distress in the Mediterranean Sea, panic in makeshift boats is the enemy that risks taking everything away. In recent years, many deadly accidents off the coast of Libya have occurred as a result of a crowd movement, just as the migrants were seeing help after hours or even days of anguish at sea. (Photo by Anne CHAON / AFP)
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000_1JF62S.jpg0 viewsCrew members of the 'Ocean Viking' rescue ship, operated by French NGOs SOS Mediterranee and Medecins sans Frontieres (MSF), help a young child climb on board from a "rhib", an inflatable rescue dinghy, where they will be registered and taken in charge by a medical team on August 9, 2019, during their first rescue operation in the Mediterranean Sea. - For volunteers who come to the rescue of migrants in distress in the Mediterranean Sea, panic in makeshift boats is the enemy that risks taking everything away. In recent years, many deadly accidents off the coast of Libya have occurred as a result of a crowd movement, just as the migrants were seeing help after hours or even days of anguish at sea. (Photo by Anne CHAON / AFP)
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000_1JF6UM.jpg0 viewsCrew members of the 'Ocean Viking' rescue ship, operated by French NGOs SOS Mediterranee and Medecins sans Frontieres (MSF), help a man climb on board from a "rhib", an inflatable rescue dinghy, where he will be registered and taken in charge by a medical team on August 9, 2019, during their first rescue operation in the Mediterranean Sea. - For volunteers who come to the rescue of migrants in distress in the Mediterranean Sea, panic in makeshift boats is the enemy that risks taking everything away. In recent years, many deadly accidents off the coast of Libya have occurred as a result of a crowd movement, just as the migrants were seeing help after hours or even days of anguish at sea. (Photo by Anne CHAON / AFP)
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000_1JF5YK.jpg0 viewsCrew members of the 'Ocean Viking' rescue ship, operated by French NGOs SOS Mediterranee and Medecins sans Frontieres (MSF), get life-jackets ready on board of a "rhib", an inflatable dinghy, as they approach an inflatable boat carrying some 85 migrants on August 9, 2019, during their first rescue operation in the Mediterranean Sea. - For volunteers who come to the rescue of migrants in distress in the Mediterranean Sea, panic in makeshift boats is the enemy that risks taking everything away. In recent years, many deadly accidents off the coast of Libya have occurred as a result of a crowd movement, just as the migrants were seeing help after hours or even days of anguish at sea. (Photo by Anne CHAON / AFP)
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000_1JF5YJ.jpg0 viewsA crew member of the 'Ocean Viking' rescue ship, operated by French NGOs SOS Mediterranee and Medecins sans Frontieres (MSF), stands ready on board of a "rhib", an inflatable dinghy, as they approach an inflatable boat carrying some 85 migrants on August 9, 2019, during their first rescue operation in the Mediterranean Sea. - For volunteers who come to the rescue of migrants in distress in the Mediterranean Sea, panic in makeshift boats is the enemy that risks taking everything away. In recent years, many deadly accidents off the coast of Libya have occurred as a result of a crowd movement, just as the migrants were seeing help after hours or even days of anguish at sea. (Photo by Anne CHAON / AFP)
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000_1JF5W8.jpg0 viewsCrew members of the 'Ocean Viking' rescue ship, operated by French NGOs SOS Mediterranee and Medecins sans Frontieres (MSF), help a woman climb on board of a "rhib", an inflatable dinghy, from an inflatable boat carrying some 85 migrants on August 9, 2019, during their first rescue operation in the Mediterranean Sea. - For volunteers who come to the rescue of migrants in distress in the Mediterranean Sea, panic in makeshift boats is the enemy that risks taking everything away. In recent years, many deadly accidents off the coast of Libya have occurred as a result of a crowd movement, just as the migrants were seeing help after hours or even days of anguish at sea. (Photo by Anne CHAON / AFP)
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000_1J8407.jpg0 viewsActivist and spokesperson of the association "We are migrants" Yildiz Onen (C), Yildiz Onen (C) speaks during a press conference organised by Turkish NGOs about Syrian refugees on July 31, 2019 in Istanbul. - Several Turkish NGOs called to take measures against growing xenophobia and against the expulsion of Syrian refugees. (Photo by Yasin AKGUL / AFP)
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000_1J840L.jpg2 viewsActivist and spokesperson of the association "We are migrants" Yildiz Onen (C), speaks during a press conference organised by Turkish NGOs about Syrian refugees on July 31, 2019 in Istanbul. - Several Turkish NGOs called to take measures against growing xenophobia and against the expulsion of Syrian refugees. (Photo by Yasin AKGUL / AFP)
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000_1J840J.jpg1 viewsHuman rights activist Murat Celikkan gestures as he speaks during a press conference organised by Turkish NGOs about Syrian refugees on July 31, 2019 in Istanbul. - Several Turkish NGOs called to take measures against growing xenophobia and against the expulsion of Syrian refugees. (Photo by Yasin AKGUL / AFP)
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000_1J840H.jpg4 viewsActivist and spokesperson of the association "We are migrants" Yildiz Onen (C), Yildiz Onen (C) speaks during a press conference organised by Turkish NGOs about Syrian refugees on July 31, 2019 in Istanbul. - Several Turkish NGOs called to take measures against growing xenophobia and against the expulsion of Syrian refugees. (Photo by Yasin AKGUL / AFP)
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000_1J840F.jpg0 viewsThis picture taken on July 31, 2019 in Istanbul shows leaflets reading "no one can discriminate in this workplace" displayed during a press conference of Turkish NGOs about Syrian refugees. - Several Turkish NGOs called to take measures against growing xenophobia and against the expulsion of Syrian refugees. (Photo by Yasin AKGUL / AFP)
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000_1GF7OF.jpg0 viewsActivists of 'Extinction Rebellion' (XR) and NGO 'Planete Amazone' stage a protest against large hydroelectric dams in front of the Grande Arche de La Defense in Puteaux, northwest of Paris, on May 14, 2019, on the occasion of the 2019 World Hydropower Congress. - The congress is held in Paris from May 14 to 16. (Photo by FRANCOIS GUILLOT / AFP)
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000_1FK086.jpg2 viewsGreenpeace activists hang a banner in the form of an invoice reading "Climate crisis, Loss of fundamental rights, Destruction of the environment and Pollution. They are costing us our lives, they are costing us the planet. Do not pay the bill" from the Torres de Colon at Plaza de Colon in Madrid on April 11, 2019 as part of an awareness campaign ahead of the Spanish general election later this month. (Photo by PIERRE-PHILIPPE MARCOU / AFP)
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000_1FJ9V7.jpg0 viewsGreenpeace activists hang a banner in the form of an invoice reading "Climate crisis, Loss of fundamental rights, Destruction of the environment and Pollution. They are costing us our lives, they are costing us the planet. Do not pay the bill" from the Torres de Colon at Plaza de Colon in Madrid on April 11, 2019 as part of an awareness campaign ahead of the Spanish general election later this month. (Photo by PIERRE-PHILIPPE MARCOU / AFP)
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000_1D952V.jpg0 viewsPeople attend the inauguration of the Sea-Eye rescue ship named after Alan Kurdi in Palma de Mallorca on February 10, 2019. - The former research vessel "Professor Albrecht Penck" was rebaptised "Alan Kurdi", after the Syrian boy who was drowned during a ship wreck in the Mediterranean Sea. (Photo by JAIME REINA / AFP)
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000_1D952Q.jpg0 viewsAbdullah Kurdi sits in front of a Sea-Eye rescue ship named after his son Alan Kurdi during its inauguration in Palma de Mallorca on February 10, 2019. - The former research vessel "Professor Albrecht Penck" was rebaptised "Alan Kurdi", after the Syrian boy who was drowned during a ship wreck in the Mediterranean Sea. (Photo by JAIME REINA / AFP)
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000_1D94XG.jpg1 viewsA picture shows the Sea-Eye rescue ship named after Alan Kurdi during its inauguration in Palma de Mallorca on February 10, 2019. - The former research vessel "Professor Albrecht Penck" was rebaptised "Alan Kurdi", after the Syrian boy who was drowned during a ship wreck in the Mediterranean Sea. (Photo by JAIME REINA / AFP)
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000_1D94XB.jpg1 viewsA crew member works on the Sea-Eye rescue ship named after Alan Kurdi during its inauguration in Palma de Mallorca on February 10, 2019. - The former research vessel "Professor Albrecht Penck" was rebaptised "Alan Kurdi", after the Syrian boy who was drowned during a ship wreck in the Mediterranean Sea. (Photo by JAIME REINA / AFP)
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000_1D94RG.jpg1 viewsAbdullah Kurdi speaks to a lifeguard in front of a Sea-Eye rescue ship named after his son Alan Kurdi during its inauguration in Palma de Mallorca on February 10, 2019. - The former research vessel "Professor Albrecht Penck" was rebaptised "Alan Kurdi", after the Syrian boy who was drowned during a ship wreck in the Mediterranean Sea. (Photo by JAIME REINA / AFP)
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