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Greenpeace activists break into French nuclear plant

PARIS (Reuters) - Over 20 Greenpeace activists climbed fences to break into an EDF nuclear power plant in southern France on Monday and demanded its closure, the environmental campaign group said.Full story

Greenpeace protestors scale The Shard

  A group of Greenpeace activists have begun climbing The Shard, Britain's tallest building.  Six women, evaded security guards and say they're demonstrating against oil drilling in the Arctic. ITV’s Glen Goodman reports.

Greenpeace, anti-fur protest confront Milan fashion shows

MILAN (Reuters) - Environmental groups staged colorful demonstrations during the first two days of the Milan fashion week to protest against the use of toxic chemicals and furs in designer garments. Full story

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  Activists use chains to protest Arctic drilling

Greenpeace activists take over a Shell gas station in Davos, Switzerland, during the World Economic Forum to protest Arctic drilling. NBCNews.com's Dara Brown reports.

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A banner showing a picture of French President Francois Hollande displayed by Greenpeace activists is seen at the Areva nuclear power plant site in Tricastin, southern France, in this handout photo released by Greenpeace on July 15, 2013. Over 20 Greenpeace activists climbed fences to break into an

Handout photo of a banner showing a picture of French President Hollande displayed by Greenpeace activists is seen at the Areva nuclear power plant site in Tricastin
Handout photo of a banner showing a picture of French President Hollande displayed by Greenpeace activists is seen at the Areva nuclear power plant site in Tricastin

A banner showing a picture of French President Francois Hollande displayed by Greenpeace activists is seen at the Areva nuclear power plant site in Tricastin, southern France, in this handout photo released by Greenpeace on July 15, 2013. Over 20 Greenpeace activists climbed fences to break into an

A Greenpeace demonstrator climbs the Shard building, in central London
A Greenpeace demonstrator climbs the Shard building, in central London

A Greenpeace demonstrator climbs the Shard building, in central London July 11, 2013. Greenpeace said on its website that the six women attempting to climb the Shard, the tallest building in Western Europe, were protesting against drilling for oil in the Arctic. REUTERS/Neil Hall (BRITAIN - Tags:

Handout photo of Greenpeace demonstrator Liesbeth Debbens from the Netherlands climbing the Shard building in central London
Handout photo of Greenpeace demonstrator Liesbeth Debbens from the Netherlands climbing the Shard building in central London

Greenpeace demonstrator Liesbeth Debbens from the Netherlands climbs the Shard building, in central London in this July 11, 2013 handout photo. REUTERS/David Sandison/Greenpeace/Handout via Reuters