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End of the line for France's oldest nuclear plant


In an historic end of 43 years of service, the Fessenheim nuclear power plant in Alsace will be shut down and dismantled for good. France's oldest power plant will deliver its last watts, an end to of years of turmoil, debate and postponement of its shutdown. IMAGES

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