Fourteen of Greenpeace volunteers entered Southampton's Marchwood Military Port and occupied tanks and jeeps queued up to be loaded on the roll-on/roll-off ferry Stena Shipper bound for the Gulf.
For the last six days Greenpeace activists have peacefully protested in a UK port where military supply vessels are preparing for departure to Iraq. A High Court ruling has recognised Greenpeace's right to protest and denied the Defense...
20 police officers storm the Rainbow Warrior tonight even though the Secretary of State had failed to obtain a High Court junction excluding the Rainbow Warrior from the waters around the Southampton Military base.
Greenpeace flagship RAINBOW WARRIOR setting up peace blockade at Southampton's Marchwood military port stopping military hardware leaving for the Gulf.
Greenpeace believes that the Security Council must face up to its responsibilities: first and foremost its responsibility to uphold the UN Charter on behalf of all humankind.
Greenpeace activist climbers display an anti-war banner on January 31, 2003 on a 'neon heart' at the presidential Prague Castle in central Prague, Czech Republic today.
According to Chinese tradition, every household busies itself cleaning out the mess from the old year before welcoming in the Chinese New Year. Greenpeace is demanding that Dow clean up its mess in Bhopal too.
Days after the Rainbow Warrior entered Marchwood Military port in Southampton and blocked the departure of UK military supply vessels heading for the Iraqi conflict in the Gulf, activists board and set up peace camp on military supply ship.
UK Greenpeace volunteer Ashby Smith from Colorado, USA bails out water sprayed by a water canon.
A Greenpeace volunteer is sprayed by a water canon from the MV LYRA as he sets up a peace camp on the UK military supply ship bound for the Gulf today.
Greenpeace activists protest at the entrance of the Dow Chemicals factory in Tsing Yi, demanding that Dow admits liability for the Bhopal gas disaster and immediately cleans up the site to prevent further poisoning of local inhabitants.
Greenpeace activists protest at the entrance of the Dow Chemicals factory in Tsing Yi, China today demanding that Dow admits liability for the Bhopal gas disaster and immediately cleans up the site to prevent further poisoning of local inhabitants.
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