Work for peace and disarmament

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40 years ago the international community got together and agreed to work towards eliminating nuclear weapons. But these terrifying weapons of mass destruction are still with us. Greenpeace believes that it’s time for the nine nuclear countries - including Britain - to start serious negotiations to reduce and eventually eliminate their nuclear arsenals, and focus instead on the real challenge facing the world - building a safer, greener future for us all.

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Esso and war on Iraq

Esso's drums of war The links between the Bush administration and Esso are an "open secret" in the US. A Deutsche Bank report stated that Esso's "political...
Posted by bex - 4 April, 2003 - 09:00

Greenpeace say "good morning" to President Bush

In the early hours, George Bush got a dawn wake up at Chequers when a micro-lite, trailing a "George W Bush - International Outlaw" banner, buzzed the house...
Posted by bex - 20 July, 2001 - 08:00

Greenpeace urges ban on plutonium cargo vessels

Ten deadly nuclear cargoes of weapons-usable plutonium fuel are to travel from Europe to Japan each year via South Africa, according to a Reuters's story...
Posted by bex - 13 September, 1999 - 08:00

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