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Jun 14, 2010
AS MANY as 30 Greenpeace activists broke into a Swedish nuclear plant on Monday, demanding that parliament this week vote against allowing new nuclear facilities to be built, the group and police said.
'There are now Greenpeace activists on the premises' of the Forsmark nuclear power plant near Uppsala, north of Stockholm, police spokesman Christer Nordstroem told AFP.
Forsmark spokesman Claes-Inge Andersson told TT plant authorities were also following closely the protest, but said there was little worry the activists would pose a security risk.
14 Jun 10
Police have arrested 50 Greenpeace activists who broke into Forsmark nuclear power plant in eastern Sweden on Monday, demanding that parliament vote against the building of new nuclear facilities.
Police confirmed that 50 people have been arrested but that there may be more hiding on the premises and the area is being searched by police and several canine units have been despatched.
"I think that there are more than these people. We are searching the area now,"