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Shoot: LCC (Lebanese Chemical Factory) Action (Lebanon : 2000)

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Greenpeace activists transporting barrels filled with seabed toxic sludge, dumped by the LCC (Lebanese Chemical Company) near Selaata, Lebanon.
6 Sep, 2000
Greenpeace activists transporting barrels filled with seabed toxic sludge, dumped by the LCC (Lebanese Chemical Company) near Selaata, Lebanon.
Greenpeace activists talking with the Lebanese Ministry Director General for Environment Namin Tie, after delivering 18 containers with polluted sludge from the Mediterranean seabed.
7 Sep, 2000
Greenpeace activists talking with the Lebanese Ministry Director General for Environment Namin Tie, after delivering 18 containers with polluted sludge from the Mediterranean seabed.
Greenpeace activists transporting barrels filled with seabed toxic sludge, dumped by the LCC (Lebanese Chemical Company) near Selaata, Lebanon.
6 Sep, 2000
Greenpeace activists transporting barrels filled with seabed toxic sludge, dumped by the LCC (Lebanese Chemical Company) near Selaata, Lebanon.
Greenpeace activists transporting barrels filled with seabed toxic sludge, dumped by the LCC (Lebanese Chemical Company) near Selaata, Lebanon.
6 Sep, 2000
Greenpeace activists transporting barrels filled with seabed toxic sludge, dumped by the LCC (Lebanese Chemical Company) near Selaata, Lebanon.
Greenpeace activists transporting barrels filled with seabed toxic sludge, dumped by the LCC (Lebanese Chemical Company) near Selaata, Lebanon.
6 Sep, 2000
Greenpeace activists transporting barrels filled with seabed toxic sludge, dumped by the LCC (Lebanese Chemical Company) near Selaata, Lebanon.
Greenpeace delivers 18 containers filled with polluted sludge from the seabed off the coast of Lebanon to the Ministry for Environment in Beirut, Lebanon.
7 Sep, 2000
Greenpeace delivers 18 containers filled with polluted sludge from the seabed off the coast of Lebanon to the Ministry for Environment in Beirut, Lebanon.
Greenpeace delivers 18 containers filled with polluted sludge from the seabed off the coast of Lebanon to the Ministry for Environment in Beirut, Lebanon.
7 Sep, 2000
Greenpeace delivers 18 containers filled with polluted sludge from the seabed off the coast of Lebanon to the Ministry for Environment in Beirut, Lebanon.
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