Greenpeace activists paint a street yellow in a protest to call for quick exit to coal fired power in Berlin, Germany, June 26, 2018. (REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke)
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Greenpeace crashed a Superman-shaped drone into a French nuclear plant on Tuesday to demonstrate its vulnerability to outside attacks, the environmental group said.The drone stunt follows a series of staged break-ins by Greenpeace activists into French nuclear plants, which Greenpeace says are vulnerable to outside attack, especially the spent-fuel pools.Greenpeace says the spent-fuel buildings have not been designed to withstand outside attacks and are the most vulnerable part of French nuclear plants.In October, Greenpeace activists broke through two security barriers and launched fireworks over EDF's Cattenom nuclear plant.
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