Gorleben protests afterwards Fukushima nuclear accident
A anti-nuclear activist reads a pro-nuclear magazine during protests in Gorleben. One day after a worse explosion in the fukushima nuclear power plant in Japan 500 protesters entered the Gorleben nuclear facilities in northern Germany. The regular sunday protest became strong as demonstraters opend the first of three security gates of the saltmine of Gorleben. The Mine is proposed to become Germanys first final storage for high radioactive nuclear waste. Accompanied by 20 tractors protesters encircled a well tower by a human chain and demanded it´s closure.
- Timo Vogt / randbild.de
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