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Footage Shows Russian Seizure of Greenpeace Ship Arctic Sunrise

November 8, 2013
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Previously unseen footage released by Greenpeace shows the moment their ship Arctic Sunrise was boarded and seized by Russian security agents in the Pechora Sea on September 19 this year.

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Greenpeace Ship Arctic Sunrise Free to Leave Russia

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AFP (Aug. 1, 2014) — Greenpeace's ship Arctic Sunrise, held in custody by the Russian authorities since September last year, has departed the Russian city of Murmansk en route for its home port of Amsterdam. Duration: 01:04 Video provided by AFP
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Greenpeace Activists: Is It Fair to Call Them Pirates?

Greenpeace Activists: Is It Fair to Call Them Pirates?

France 24 (Oct. 23, 2013) — Greenpeace is the one of the most famous NGOs in the world. It raises awareness on environmental issues through often spectacular campaigns. But these operations don't come without risk. Thirty Greenpeace activists are currently being detained in Russia after their bid to board an Arctic oil rig. Charged with "piracy", they could face up to 15 years in jail.
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Russia Drops Cases Against Greenpeace Activists

Russia Drops Cases Against Greenpeace Activists

AFP (Dec. 26, 2013) — Russia drops all but one of the cases against 30 Greenpeace crew members of an Arctic protest ship following a Kremlin-backed amnesty.
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Record Ice Melt Opens New Sea Routes

Record Ice Melt Opens New Sea Routes

Reuters (Aug. 24, 2012) — Scientists say Arctic sea ice is likely to shrink to its smallest recorded size sometime next week. The ongoing thaw has opened new sea lanes to shipping, with a Chinese icebreaker recently becoming the first ship to cross the Arctic Ocean from China to Iceland.
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