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Greenpeace celebrates end of nuclear era in Germany with huge T.rex dinosaur


To mark the end of the nuclear era in Germany, Greenpeace exhibits a 4-metre-long sculpture of a T.rex, lying on the ground and surrounded by nuclear waste barrels, in front of the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin. On top of the dinosaur stands the anti-nuclear sun in victory pose, as a militant figure with a shield on which is written "nuclear power, no thanks". IMAGES

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