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18.11.2010 Camera Crew Germany - covering the nuclear waste transportation protests in Germany for Aljazeera

Thousands of activists were on a mission to block the path of a convoy carrying nuclear waste from France to Gorleben in Germany Thousands of activists were on a mission to block the path of a convoy carrying nuclear waste from France to Gorleben in Germany
20,000 police were also out in force - not allowing our fixer and the Aljayeera crew past with a car, they walked 14km instead! 20,000 police were also out in force - not allowing our fixer and the Aljayeera crew past with a car, they walked 14km instead!
The convoy took 3 days to complete its journey, thanks to thousands of dedicated activists staying for over 40 hours before being removed by police The convoy took 3 days to complete its journey, thanks to thousands of dedicated activists staying for over 40 hours before being removed by police
It wasn't just humans in the way of the convoy - trucks, tractors and sheep were also obstacles It wasn't just humans in the way of the convoy - trucks, tractors and sheep were also obstacles
Anti nuclear sentiment in Germany continues to rise as a bill is about to be signed into law extending the life of nuclear reactors by about 14 years Anti nuclear sentiment in Germany continues to rise as a bill is about to be signed into law extending the life of nuclear reactors by about 14 years
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