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Shoot: Akamas Penisula Action in Cyprus

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Activists block the gate of Presidential Palace of Nicosia, chaining themselves before the main entrance and exit, to the gates with chains and to each other through tubes. The Akamas Peninsula is damaged by illegal development threatening endangered turtle species.
Greenpeace activists block the Presidential Palace of Nicosia, Cyprus, to stop illegal development damaging The Akamas Peninsula and threatening turtles.
31 Aug, 2000
Greenpeace activists block the Presidential Palace of Nicosia, Cyprus, to stop illegal development damaging The Akamas Peninsula and threatening turtles.
Greenpeace activists block the Presidential Palace of Nicosia, Cyprus, to stop illegal development damaging The Akamas Peninsula and threatening turtles.
31 Aug, 2000
Greenpeace activists block the Presidential Palace of Nicosia, Cyprus, to stop illegal development damaging The Akamas Peninsula and threatening turtles.
Police cutting chain from a Greenpeace activist blocking the Presidential Palace of Nicosia, Cyprus, protesting against development in Akamas Peninsular
31 Aug, 2000
Police cutting chain from a Greenpeace activist blocking the Presidential Palace of Nicosia, Cyprus, protesting against development in Akamas Peninsular
Greenpeace activists block the Presidential Palace of Nicosia, Cyprus, to stop illegal development damaging The Akamas Peninsula and threatening turtles.
31 Aug, 2000
Greenpeace activists block the Presidential Palace of Nicosia, Cyprus, to stop illegal development damaging The Akamas Peninsula and threatening turtles.
Greenpeace activist at the blockade of the Presidential Palace of Nicosia, Cyprus, to stop illegal development damaging The Akamas Peninsula.
31 Aug, 2000
Greenpeace activist at the blockade of the Presidential Palace of Nicosia, Cyprus, to stop illegal development damaging The Akamas Peninsula.
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