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Greenpeace activist hangs from building hosting nuclear summit in Brussels

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A Greenpeace activist hangs from the building hosting the Nuclear Energy Summit in Brussels, organised by the IAEA, holding a sign that reads "Nuclear Fairytale." Promoting nuclear energy has been a taboo in Brussels, but the summit is designed to send out the message that it is key to fighting climate change. IMAGES

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