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Anti-nuclear protesters broke in to a construction site Tuesday for a nuclear reactor to be supplied by Russia's state-owned nuclear firm Rosatom, choosing the 30th anniversary of the Chernobyl disaster for their demonstration.Police estimated that close to 50 protesters gathered near the Fennovoima site in northern Finland and around 40 were detained. Fennovoima's Heli Haikola said around 10 protesters entered the site but work was able to continue.Fennovoima's proposed 1,200-megawatt nuclear reactor would be Finland's sixth nuclear plant.
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