'Arctic 30' Activist Sini Saarela Travels Home To Finland

Greenpeace 'Arctic 30' activist Sini Saarela  travels to Helsinki by train from St. Petersburg, after being detained in Russia for over 100 days. All 28 of the Arctic Sunrise crew and 2 freelance journalists were detained on September 19th by Russian Security forces after a peaceful protest against the Russian oil company Gazproms' plan to start the world's first offshore oil production in the Arctic.

Greenpeace 'Arctic 30' activist Sini Saarela prepares to leave Saint Petersburg train station for Helsinki after receiving her exit visa from the Federal Migration Service to allow her to leave Russia. 2013-12-27

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