NUCLEAR ATTACK: Greenpeace activists launch FIREWORKS at plant to expose security flaws - Daily Express
The group, which is against nuclear power and known for its bold and at times reckless publicity stunts, wanted to prove that anyone could access the toxic pools, in which nuclear plants store the highly radioactive fuel rods that are removed from reactors after their use.
Greenpeace said on Twitter, along with a picture of the firework ‘explosion’ at the plant in Cattenom, near the border with Luxembourg: “Our activists were in action this morning to denounce #nuclear spent fuel pools (as a) major security risk #StopRiskingEurope.”
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