Water truck entering Gorleben
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German waste arrives at depot

A convoy of radioactive waste trucks has arrived at a storage facility in northern Germany after its journey was dogged by anti-nuclear activists.

It took 92 hours for the German waste to be returned from France, where it had been reprocessed.

Some 3,000 protesters were cleared from the roads before the 123 tonnes of waste reached the depot in Gorleben.

  • 09 Nov 2010
  • From the section Europe
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