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What’s behind Greenpeace activists’ arrest?


They are pirates, according to Russian authorities who arrested them and confiscated their vessel. Thirty of the Greenpeace activists who tried unsuccessfully to board the Prirazlomnaya Gazprom’s oil rig in the Pechora Sea – somewhere off the Russian coast in the Arctic Ocean – are now under arrest, while their Dutch-flagged icebreaker, Arctic Sunrise, has been towed by a tugboat to the port of Murmansk, northern Russia. Among the activists is also an Italian, Cristian D'Alessandro, a Naples native, who seems to be the only reason for our media reporting the events.

They are pirates, according to Russian authorities who arrested them and confiscated their vessel. Thirty of the Greenpeace activists who tried unsuccessfully to board the Prirazlomnaya Gazprom’s oil rig in the Pechora Sea – somewhere off the Russian coast in the Arctic Ocean – are now under arrest, while their Dutch-flagged icebreaker, Arctic Sunrise, has been towed by a tugboat to the port of Murmansk, northern Russia. Among the activists is also an Italian, Cristian D’Alessandro, a Naples native, who seems to be the only reason for our media reporting the events.

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