Поезд с ядерными отходами "тормозят" полторы тысячи "зеленых" и две голые женщины

8 Ноября 2010, 13:53

"Зеленые" протестуют против захоронения отработанного ядерного топлива в заброшенных соляных шахтах немецкого города Горлебен. Фото AFP

An anti nuclear protestor against the Castor transport and storage of nuclear waste rests on bags of hay at their blockade after sleeping on the road leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti nuclear protestors against the transport and storage of nuclear waste reads the papers as they wake up at their blockade after sleeping on the road leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti nuclear protestors against the transport and storage of nuclear waste wake up at their blockade leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti-nuclear protestors remove the stones from underneath the train tracks on November 7, 2010 in Leitstade near Dannenberg. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. . AFP PHOTO / FABIAN BIMMER GERMANY OUT , Riot police on horesback confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police on horesback confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police patrol as an anti nuclear protestor blocking the train tracks blows bubbles near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police patrol as an anti nuclear protestor blocking the train tracks blows bubbles near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN
An anti nuclear protestor against the Castor transport and storage of nuclear waste rests on bags of hay at their blockade after sleeping on the road leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti nuclear protestors against the transport and storage of nuclear waste reads the papers as they wake up at their blockade after sleeping on the road leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti nuclear protestors against the transport and storage of nuclear waste wake up at their blockade leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti-nuclear protestors remove the stones from underneath the train tracks on November 7, 2010 in Leitstade near Dannenberg. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. . AFP PHOTO / FABIAN BIMMER GERMANY OUT , Riot police on horesback confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police on horesback confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police patrol as an anti nuclear protestor blocking the train tracks blows bubbles near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN
An anti nuclear protestor against the Castor transport and storage of nuclear waste rests on bags of hay at their blockade after sleeping on the road leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti nuclear protestors against the transport and storage of nuclear waste reads the papers as they wake up at their blockade after sleeping on the road leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti nuclear protestors against the transport and storage of nuclear waste wake up at their blockade leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN
An anti nuclear protestor against the Castor transport and storage of nuclear waste rests on bags of hay at their blockade after sleeping on the road leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti nuclear protestors against the transport and storage of nuclear waste reads the papers as they wake up at their blockade after sleeping on the road leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti nuclear protestors against the transport and storage of nuclear waste wake up at their blockade leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti-nuclear protestors remove the stones from underneath the train tracks on November 7, 2010 in Leitstade near Dannenberg. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. . AFP PHOTO / FABIAN BIMMER GERMANY OUT , Riot police on horesback confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police on horesback confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police patrol as an anti nuclear protestor blocking the train tracks blows bubbles near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police patrol as an anti nuclear protestor blocking the train tracks blows bubbles near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police attempt to remove anti-nuclear protestors fromthe train tracks on November 7, 2010 in Metzingen near Gorleben. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Riot police watch anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police on horesback confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Two naked anti-nuclear protestors make their way through a field towards to the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010 near Gorleben. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Protestors sit on sacks of straw as they block thre train tracks on November 7, 2010 near Harlingen. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Protestors sit on sacks of straw as they block thre train tracks on November 7, 2010 near Harlingen. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Anti nuclear protestors carrying sacks of staw against the cold make their way through the woods to stage a road blockade near the northern German town of Gorleben on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / LUKAS KREIBIG , Anti nuclear protestors stage a road blockade near the northern German town of Gorleben on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / LUKAS KREIBIG , Anti nuclear protestors, some sleeping, stage a road blockade near the northern German town of Gorleben on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / LUKAS KREIBIG , A police officer uses a fire extinguisher to put out a fire on their vehicle after it was set alight by anti nuclear protestors on November 7, 2010 in the woods near in Metzingen. Protests are underway against the Castor transport of nuclear waste to the storage facility in a salt deposit in Gorleben taking place this weekend. AFP PHOTO / PHILIPP SCHULZE GERMANY OUT
An anti nuclear protestor against the Castor transport and storage of nuclear waste rests on bags of hay at their blockade after sleeping on the road leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti nuclear protestors against the transport and storage of nuclear waste reads the papers as they wake up at their blockade after sleeping on the road leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti nuclear protestors against the transport and storage of nuclear waste wake up at their blockade leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti-nuclear protestors remove the stones from underneath the train tracks on November 7, 2010 in Leitstade near Dannenberg. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. . AFP PHOTO / FABIAN BIMMER GERMANY OUT , Riot police on horesback confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police on horesback confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police patrol as an anti nuclear protestor blocking the train tracks blows bubbles near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police patrol as an anti nuclear protestor blocking the train tracks blows bubbles near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police attempt to remove anti-nuclear protestors fromthe train tracks on November 7, 2010 in Metzingen near Gorleben. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Riot police watch anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police on horesback confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Two naked anti-nuclear protestors make their way through a field towards to the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010 near Gorleben. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Protestors sit on sacks of straw as they block thre train tracks on November 7, 2010 near Harlingen. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Protestors sit on sacks of straw as they block thre train tracks on November 7, 2010 near Harlingen. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Anti nuclear protestors carrying sacks of staw against the cold make their way through the woods to stage a road blockade near the northern German town of Gorleben on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / LUKAS KREIBIG , Anti nuclear protestors stage a road blockade near the northern German town of Gorleben on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / LUKAS KREIBIG , Anti nuclear protestors, some sleeping, stage a road blockade near the northern German town of Gorleben on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / LUKAS KREIBIG , A police officer uses a fire extinguisher to put out a fire on their vehicle after it was set alight by anti nuclear protestors on November 7, 2010 in the woods near in Metzingen. Protests are underway against the Castor transport of nuclear waste to the storage facility in a salt deposit in Gorleben taking place this weekend. AFP PHOTO / PHILIPP SCHULZE GERMANY OUT , Anti nuclear protestors against the Castor transport and storage of nuclear waste sleep and rest on the tracks during a blockade near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti nuclear protestors take part in a blockade of the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Riot police carry anti nuclear protestors who blocked the train tracks near Harlingen in the early hours of the morning on November 8, 2010. After a weekend of heavy protests, which at times turned violent as police with truncheons charging demonstrators, protestors aimed to block a train carrying a cargo of nuclear waste from France to Germany to the underground storage facility in Gorleben in northern Germany. AFP PHOTO / LUKAS KREIBIG , Anti-nuclear protestors wrapped in blankets gesture as the castor train drives past the open-air temporary detainment center where the police held the protestors on November 8, 2010 in Harlingen. The 123 tonnes of radioactive waste arrived at the unloading station at Dannenberg and must now be loaded onto lorries for the final 20-kilometre (12-mile) stretch by road to the storage facility in Gorleben in northern Germany. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Anti-nuclear protestors wrapped in blankets are held by police in a open-air temporary detainment center as the castor train with nuclear waste is awaited on November 8, 2010 in Harlingen. The 123 tonnes of radioactive waste arrived on November 8 at the unloading station at Dannenberg and must now be loaded onto lorries for the final 20-kilometre (12-mile) stretch by road to the storage facility in Gorleben in northern Germany. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Riot police carry an anti nuclear protestor who blocked the train tracks near Harlingen in the early hours of the morning on November 8, 2010. After a weekend of heavy protests, which at times turned violent as police with truncheons charging demonstrators, protestors aimed to block a train carrying a cargo of nuclear waste from France to Germany to the underground storage facility in Gorleben in northern Germany. AFP PHOTO / LUKAS KREIBIG , Anti-nuclear protestors sleep wrapped in blankets as they are held by police in a temporary open-air detainment center as the castor train with nuclear waste is awaited on November 8, 2010 in Harlingen. The 123 tonnes of radioactive waste arrived on November 8 at the unloading station at Dannenberg and must now be loaded onto lorries for the final 20-kilometre (12-mile) stretch by road to the storage facility in Gorleben in northern Germany. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Anti-nuclear protestors sleep wrapped in blankets as they are held by police in a temporary open-air detainment center as the castor train with nuclear waste is awaited on November 8, 2010 in Harlingen. The 123 tonnes of radioactive waste arrived on November 8 at the unloading station at Dannenberg and must now be loaded onto lorries for the final 20-kilometre (12-mile) stretch by road to the storage facility in Gorleben in northern Germany. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , An anti-nuclear protestors wrapped in rescue blanket stands up in the morning in a temporary open-air detainment center where they were they are held by police as the castor train with nuclear waste is awaited on November 8, 2010 in Harlingen. The 123 tonnes of radioactive waste arrived on November 8 at the unloading station at Dannenberg and must now be loaded onto lorries for the final 20-kilometre (12-mile) stretch by road to the storage facility in Gorleben in northern Germany. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE
An anti nuclear protestor against the Castor transport and storage of nuclear waste rests on bags of hay at their blockade after sleeping on the road leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti nuclear protestors against the transport and storage of nuclear waste reads the papers as they wake up at their blockade after sleeping on the road leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti nuclear protestors against the transport and storage of nuclear waste wake up at their blockade leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti-nuclear protestors remove the stones from underneath the train tracks on November 7, 2010 in Leitstade near Dannenberg. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. . AFP PHOTO / FABIAN BIMMER GERMANY OUT , Riot police on horesback confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police on horesback confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN
An anti nuclear protestor against the Castor transport and storage of nuclear waste rests on bags of hay at their blockade after sleeping on the road leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti nuclear protestors against the transport and storage of nuclear waste reads the papers as they wake up at their blockade after sleeping on the road leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti nuclear protestors against the transport and storage of nuclear waste wake up at their blockade leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti-nuclear protestors remove the stones from underneath the train tracks on November 7, 2010 in Leitstade near Dannenberg. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. . AFP PHOTO / FABIAN BIMMER GERMANY OUT , Riot police on horesback confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police on horesback confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police patrol as an anti nuclear protestor blocking the train tracks blows bubbles near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police patrol as an anti nuclear protestor blocking the train tracks blows bubbles near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police attempt to remove anti-nuclear protestors fromthe train tracks on November 7, 2010 in Metzingen near Gorleben. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Riot police watch anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN
An anti nuclear protestor against the Castor transport and storage of nuclear waste rests on bags of hay at their blockade after sleeping on the road leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti nuclear protestors against the transport and storage of nuclear waste reads the papers as they wake up at their blockade after sleeping on the road leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti nuclear protestors against the transport and storage of nuclear waste wake up at their blockade leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti-nuclear protestors remove the stones from underneath the train tracks on November 7, 2010 in Leitstade near Dannenberg. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. . AFP PHOTO / FABIAN BIMMER GERMANY OUT , Riot police on horesback confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN
An anti nuclear protestor against the Castor transport and storage of nuclear waste rests on bags of hay at their blockade after sleeping on the road leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti nuclear protestors against the transport and storage of nuclear waste reads the papers as they wake up at their blockade after sleeping on the road leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti nuclear protestors against the transport and storage of nuclear waste wake up at their blockade leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti-nuclear protestors remove the stones from underneath the train tracks on November 7, 2010 in Leitstade near Dannenberg. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. . AFP PHOTO / FABIAN BIMMER GERMANY OUT , Riot police on horesback confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police on horesback confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police patrol as an anti nuclear protestor blocking the train tracks blows bubbles near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police patrol as an anti nuclear protestor blocking the train tracks blows bubbles near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police attempt to remove anti-nuclear protestors fromthe train tracks on November 7, 2010 in Metzingen near Gorleben. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Riot police watch anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police on horesback confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Two naked anti-nuclear protestors make their way through a field towards to the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010 near Gorleben. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Protestors sit on sacks of straw as they block thre train tracks on November 7, 2010 near Harlingen. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Protestors sit on sacks of straw as they block thre train tracks on November 7, 2010 near Harlingen. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Anti nuclear protestors carrying sacks of staw against the cold make their way through the woods to stage a road blockade near the northern German town of Gorleben on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / LUKAS KREIBIG , Anti nuclear protestors stage a road blockade near the northern German town of Gorleben on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / LUKAS KREIBIG , Anti nuclear protestors, some sleeping, stage a road blockade near the northern German town of Gorleben on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / LUKAS KREIBIG , A police officer uses a fire extinguisher to put out a fire on their vehicle after it was set alight by anti nuclear protestors on November 7, 2010 in the woods near in Metzingen. Protests are underway against the Castor transport of nuclear waste to the storage facility in a salt deposit in Gorleben taking place this weekend. AFP PHOTO / PHILIPP SCHULZE GERMANY OUT , Anti nuclear protestors against the Castor transport and storage of nuclear waste sleep and rest on the tracks during a blockade near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti nuclear protestors take part in a blockade of the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Riot police carry anti nuclear protestors who blocked the train tracks near Harlingen in the early hours of the morning on November 8, 2010. After a weekend of heavy protests, which at times turned violent as police with truncheons charging demonstrators, protestors aimed to block a train carrying a cargo of nuclear waste from France to Germany to the underground storage facility in Gorleben in northern Germany. AFP PHOTO / LUKAS KREIBIG , Anti-nuclear protestors wrapped in blankets gesture as the castor train drives past the open-air temporary detainment center where the police held the protestors on November 8, 2010 in Harlingen. The 123 tonnes of radioactive waste arrived at the unloading station at Dannenberg and must now be loaded onto lorries for the final 20-kilometre (12-mile) stretch by road to the storage facility in Gorleben in northern Germany. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Anti-nuclear protestors wrapped in blankets are held by police in a open-air temporary detainment center as the castor train with nuclear waste is awaited on November 8, 2010 in Harlingen. The 123 tonnes of radioactive waste arrived on November 8 at the unloading station at Dannenberg and must now be loaded onto lorries for the final 20-kilometre (12-mile) stretch by road to the storage facility in Gorleben in northern Germany. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Riot police carry an anti nuclear protestor who blocked the train tracks near Harlingen in the early hours of the morning on November 8, 2010. After a weekend of heavy protests, which at times turned violent as police with truncheons charging demonstrators, protestors aimed to block a train carrying a cargo of nuclear waste from France to Germany to the underground storage facility in Gorleben in northern Germany. AFP PHOTO / LUKAS KREIBIG , Anti-nuclear protestors sleep wrapped in blankets as they are held by police in a temporary open-air detainment center as the castor train with nuclear waste is awaited on November 8, 2010 in Harlingen. The 123 tonnes of radioactive waste arrived on November 8 at the unloading station at Dannenberg and must now be loaded onto lorries for the final 20-kilometre (12-mile) stretch by road to the storage facility in Gorleben in northern Germany. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Anti-nuclear protestors sleep wrapped in blankets as they are held by police in a temporary open-air detainment center as the castor train with nuclear waste is awaited on November 8, 2010 in Harlingen. The 123 tonnes of radioactive waste arrived on November 8 at the unloading station at Dannenberg and must now be loaded onto lorries for the final 20-kilometre (12-mile) stretch by road to the storage facility in Gorleben in northern Germany. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE
An anti nuclear protestor against the Castor transport and storage of nuclear waste rests on bags of hay at their blockade after sleeping on the road leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti nuclear protestors against the transport and storage of nuclear waste reads the papers as they wake up at their blockade after sleeping on the road leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti nuclear protestors against the transport and storage of nuclear waste wake up at their blockade leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti-nuclear protestors remove the stones from underneath the train tracks on November 7, 2010 in Leitstade near Dannenberg. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. . AFP PHOTO / FABIAN BIMMER GERMANY OUT , Riot police on horesback confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police on horesback confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police patrol as an anti nuclear protestor blocking the train tracks blows bubbles near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police patrol as an anti nuclear protestor blocking the train tracks blows bubbles near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police attempt to remove anti-nuclear protestors fromthe train tracks on November 7, 2010 in Metzingen near Gorleben. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Riot police watch anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police on horesback confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Two naked anti-nuclear protestors make their way through a field towards to the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010 near Gorleben. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Protestors sit on sacks of straw as they block thre train tracks on November 7, 2010 near Harlingen. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Protestors sit on sacks of straw as they block thre train tracks on November 7, 2010 near Harlingen. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Anti nuclear protestors carrying sacks of staw against the cold make their way through the woods to stage a road blockade near the northern German town of Gorleben on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / LUKAS KREIBIG , Anti nuclear protestors stage a road blockade near the northern German town of Gorleben on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / LUKAS KREIBIG , Anti nuclear protestors, some sleeping, stage a road blockade near the northern German town of Gorleben on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / LUKAS KREIBIG , A police officer uses a fire extinguisher to put out a fire on their vehicle after it was set alight by anti nuclear protestors on November 7, 2010 in the woods near in Metzingen. Protests are underway against the Castor transport of nuclear waste to the storage facility in a salt deposit in Gorleben taking place this weekend. AFP PHOTO / PHILIPP SCHULZE GERMANY OUT , Anti nuclear protestors against the Castor transport and storage of nuclear waste sleep and rest on the tracks during a blockade near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti nuclear protestors take part in a blockade of the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE
An anti nuclear protestor against the Castor transport and storage of nuclear waste rests on bags of hay at their blockade after sleeping on the road leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti nuclear protestors against the transport and storage of nuclear waste reads the papers as they wake up at their blockade after sleeping on the road leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti nuclear protestors against the transport and storage of nuclear waste wake up at their blockade leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti-nuclear protestors remove the stones from underneath the train tracks on November 7, 2010 in Leitstade near Dannenberg. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. . AFP PHOTO / FABIAN BIMMER GERMANY OUT , Riot police on horesback confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police on horesback confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police patrol as an anti nuclear protestor blocking the train tracks blows bubbles near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police patrol as an anti nuclear protestor blocking the train tracks blows bubbles near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police attempt to remove anti-nuclear protestors fromthe train tracks on November 7, 2010 in Metzingen near Gorleben. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Riot police watch anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police on horesback confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Two naked anti-nuclear protestors make their way through a field towards to the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010 near Gorleben. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Protestors sit on sacks of straw as they block thre train tracks on November 7, 2010 near Harlingen. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Protestors sit on sacks of straw as they block thre train tracks on November 7, 2010 near Harlingen. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Anti nuclear protestors carrying sacks of staw against the cold make their way through the woods to stage a road blockade near the northern German town of Gorleben on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / LUKAS KREIBIG , Anti nuclear protestors stage a road blockade near the northern German town of Gorleben on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / LUKAS KREIBIG , Anti nuclear protestors, some sleeping, stage a road blockade near the northern German town of Gorleben on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / LUKAS KREIBIG , A police officer uses a fire extinguisher to put out a fire on their vehicle after it was set alight by anti nuclear protestors on November 7, 2010 in the woods near in Metzingen. Protests are underway against the Castor transport of nuclear waste to the storage facility in a salt deposit in Gorleben taking place this weekend. AFP PHOTO / PHILIPP SCHULZE GERMANY OUT , Anti nuclear protestors against the Castor transport and storage of nuclear waste sleep and rest on the tracks during a blockade near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti nuclear protestors take part in a blockade of the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Riot police carry anti nuclear protestors who blocked the train tracks near Harlingen in the early hours of the morning on November 8, 2010. After a weekend of heavy protests, which at times turned violent as police with truncheons charging demonstrators, protestors aimed to block a train carrying a cargo of nuclear waste from France to Germany to the underground storage facility in Gorleben in northern Germany. AFP PHOTO / LUKAS KREIBIG , Anti-nuclear protestors wrapped in blankets gesture as the castor train drives past the open-air temporary detainment center where the police held the protestors on November 8, 2010 in Harlingen. The 123 tonnes of radioactive waste arrived at the unloading station at Dannenberg and must now be loaded onto lorries for the final 20-kilometre (12-mile) stretch by road to the storage facility in Gorleben in northern Germany. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Anti-nuclear protestors wrapped in blankets are held by police in a open-air temporary detainment center as the castor train with nuclear waste is awaited on November 8, 2010 in Harlingen. The 123 tonnes of radioactive waste arrived on November 8 at the unloading station at Dannenberg and must now be loaded onto lorries for the final 20-kilometre (12-mile) stretch by road to the storage facility in Gorleben in northern Germany. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE
An anti nuclear protestor against the Castor transport and storage of nuclear waste rests on bags of hay at their blockade after sleeping on the road leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti nuclear protestors against the transport and storage of nuclear waste reads the papers as they wake up at their blockade after sleeping on the road leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti nuclear protestors against the transport and storage of nuclear waste wake up at their blockade leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti-nuclear protestors remove the stones from underneath the train tracks on November 7, 2010 in Leitstade near Dannenberg. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. . AFP PHOTO / FABIAN BIMMER GERMANY OUT , Riot police on horesback confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police on horesback confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police patrol as an anti nuclear protestor blocking the train tracks blows bubbles near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police patrol as an anti nuclear protestor blocking the train tracks blows bubbles near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police attempt to remove anti-nuclear protestors fromthe train tracks on November 7, 2010 in Metzingen near Gorleben. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Riot police watch anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police on horesback confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN
An anti nuclear protestor against the Castor transport and storage of nuclear waste rests on bags of hay at their blockade after sleeping on the road leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti nuclear protestors against the transport and storage of nuclear waste reads the papers as they wake up at their blockade after sleeping on the road leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti nuclear protestors against the transport and storage of nuclear waste wake up at their blockade leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti-nuclear protestors remove the stones from underneath the train tracks on November 7, 2010 in Leitstade near Dannenberg. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. . AFP PHOTO / FABIAN BIMMER GERMANY OUT , Riot police on horesback confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police on horesback confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police patrol as an anti nuclear protestor blocking the train tracks blows bubbles near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police patrol as an anti nuclear protestor blocking the train tracks blows bubbles near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police attempt to remove anti-nuclear protestors fromthe train tracks on November 7, 2010 in Metzingen near Gorleben. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Riot police watch anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police on horesback confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Two naked anti-nuclear protestors make their way through a field towards to the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010 near Gorleben. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Protestors sit on sacks of straw as they block thre train tracks on November 7, 2010 near Harlingen. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Protestors sit on sacks of straw as they block thre train tracks on November 7, 2010 near Harlingen. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Anti nuclear protestors carrying sacks of staw against the cold make their way through the woods to stage a road blockade near the northern German town of Gorleben on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / LUKAS KREIBIG , Anti nuclear protestors stage a road blockade near the northern German town of Gorleben on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / LUKAS KREIBIG , Anti nuclear protestors, some sleeping, stage a road blockade near the northern German town of Gorleben on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / LUKAS KREIBIG , A police officer uses a fire extinguisher to put out a fire on their vehicle after it was set alight by anti nuclear protestors on November 7, 2010 in the woods near in Metzingen. Protests are underway against the Castor transport of nuclear waste to the storage facility in a salt deposit in Gorleben taking place this weekend. AFP PHOTO / PHILIPP SCHULZE GERMANY OUT , Anti nuclear protestors against the Castor transport and storage of nuclear waste sleep and rest on the tracks during a blockade near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti nuclear protestors take part in a blockade of the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Riot police carry anti nuclear protestors who blocked the train tracks near Harlingen in the early hours of the morning on November 8, 2010. After a weekend of heavy protests, which at times turned violent as police with truncheons charging demonstrators, protestors aimed to block a train carrying a cargo of nuclear waste from France to Germany to the underground storage facility in Gorleben in northern Germany. AFP PHOTO / LUKAS KREIBIG
An anti nuclear protestor against the Castor transport and storage of nuclear waste rests on bags of hay at their blockade after sleeping on the road leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN
An anti nuclear protestor against the Castor transport and storage of nuclear waste rests on bags of hay at their blockade after sleeping on the road leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti nuclear protestors against the transport and storage of nuclear waste reads the papers as they wake up at their blockade after sleeping on the road leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti nuclear protestors against the transport and storage of nuclear waste wake up at their blockade leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti-nuclear protestors remove the stones from underneath the train tracks on November 7, 2010 in Leitstade near Dannenberg. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. . AFP PHOTO / FABIAN BIMMER GERMANY OUT , Riot police on horesback confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police on horesback confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police patrol as an anti nuclear protestor blocking the train tracks blows bubbles near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police patrol as an anti nuclear protestor blocking the train tracks blows bubbles near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police attempt to remove anti-nuclear protestors fromthe train tracks on November 7, 2010 in Metzingen near Gorleben. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE
An anti nuclear protestor against the Castor transport and storage of nuclear waste rests on bags of hay at their blockade after sleeping on the road leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti nuclear protestors against the transport and storage of nuclear waste reads the papers as they wake up at their blockade after sleeping on the road leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti nuclear protestors against the transport and storage of nuclear waste wake up at their blockade leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti-nuclear protestors remove the stones from underneath the train tracks on November 7, 2010 in Leitstade near Dannenberg. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. . AFP PHOTO / FABIAN BIMMER GERMANY OUT , Riot police on horesback confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police on horesback confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police patrol as an anti nuclear protestor blocking the train tracks blows bubbles near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police patrol as an anti nuclear protestor blocking the train tracks blows bubbles near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police attempt to remove anti-nuclear protestors fromthe train tracks on November 7, 2010 in Metzingen near Gorleben. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Riot police watch anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police on horesback confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Two naked anti-nuclear protestors make their way through a field towards to the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010 near Gorleben. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Protestors sit on sacks of straw as they block thre train tracks on November 7, 2010 near Harlingen. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Protestors sit on sacks of straw as they block thre train tracks on November 7, 2010 near Harlingen. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Anti nuclear protestors carrying sacks of staw against the cold make their way through the woods to stage a road blockade near the northern German town of Gorleben on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / LUKAS KREIBIG , Anti nuclear protestors stage a road blockade near the northern German town of Gorleben on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / LUKAS KREIBIG , Anti nuclear protestors, some sleeping, stage a road blockade near the northern German town of Gorleben on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / LUKAS KREIBIG , A police officer uses a fire extinguisher to put out a fire on their vehicle after it was set alight by anti nuclear protestors on November 7, 2010 in the woods near in Metzingen. Protests are underway against the Castor transport of nuclear waste to the storage facility in a salt deposit in Gorleben taking place this weekend. AFP PHOTO / PHILIPP SCHULZE GERMANY OUT , Anti nuclear protestors against the Castor transport and storage of nuclear waste sleep and rest on the tracks during a blockade near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti nuclear protestors take part in a blockade of the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Riot police carry anti nuclear protestors who blocked the train tracks near Harlingen in the early hours of the morning on November 8, 2010. After a weekend of heavy protests, which at times turned violent as police with truncheons charging demonstrators, protestors aimed to block a train carrying a cargo of nuclear waste from France to Germany to the underground storage facility in Gorleben in northern Germany. AFP PHOTO / LUKAS KREIBIG , Anti-nuclear protestors wrapped in blankets gesture as the castor train drives past the open-air temporary detainment center where the police held the protestors on November 8, 2010 in Harlingen. The 123 tonnes of radioactive waste arrived at the unloading station at Dannenberg and must now be loaded onto lorries for the final 20-kilometre (12-mile) stretch by road to the storage facility in Gorleben in northern Germany. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Anti-nuclear protestors wrapped in blankets are held by police in a open-air temporary detainment center as the castor train with nuclear waste is awaited on November 8, 2010 in Harlingen. The 123 tonnes of radioactive waste arrived on November 8 at the unloading station at Dannenberg and must now be loaded onto lorries for the final 20-kilometre (12-mile) stretch by road to the storage facility in Gorleben in northern Germany. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Riot police carry an anti nuclear protestor who blocked the train tracks near Harlingen in the early hours of the morning on November 8, 2010. After a weekend of heavy protests, which at times turned violent as police with truncheons charging demonstrators, protestors aimed to block a train carrying a cargo of nuclear waste from France to Germany to the underground storage facility in Gorleben in northern Germany. AFP PHOTO / LUKAS KREIBIG , Anti-nuclear protestors sleep wrapped in blankets as they are held by police in a temporary open-air detainment center as the castor train with nuclear waste is awaited on November 8, 2010 in Harlingen. The 123 tonnes of radioactive waste arrived on November 8 at the unloading station at Dannenberg and must now be loaded onto lorries for the final 20-kilometre (12-mile) stretch by road to the storage facility in Gorleben in northern Germany. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Anti-nuclear protestors sleep wrapped in blankets as they are held by police in a temporary open-air detainment center as the castor train with nuclear waste is awaited on November 8, 2010 in Harlingen. The 123 tonnes of radioactive waste arrived on November 8 at the unloading station at Dannenberg and must now be loaded onto lorries for the final 20-kilometre (12-mile) stretch by road to the storage facility in Gorleben in northern Germany. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , An anti-nuclear protestors wrapped in rescue blanket stands up in the morning in a temporary open-air detainment center where they were they are held by police as the castor train with nuclear waste is awaited on November 8, 2010 in Harlingen. The 123 tonnes of radioactive waste arrived on November 8 at the unloading station at Dannenberg and must now be loaded onto lorries for the final 20-kilometre (12-mile) stretch by road to the storage facility in Gorleben in northern Germany. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Riot police carry remove protestors who blocked the train tracks near Harlingen in the early hours of the morning on November 8, 2010. After a weekend of heavy protests, which at times turned violent as police with truncheons charging demonstrators, protestors aimed to block a train carrying a cargo of nuclear waste from France to Germany to the underground storage facility in Gorleben in northern Germany. AFP PHOTO / LUKAS KREIBIG
An anti nuclear protestor against the Castor transport and storage of nuclear waste rests on bags of hay at their blockade after sleeping on the road leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti nuclear protestors against the transport and storage of nuclear waste reads the papers as they wake up at their blockade after sleeping on the road leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti nuclear protestors against the transport and storage of nuclear waste wake up at their blockade leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti-nuclear protestors remove the stones from underneath the train tracks on November 7, 2010 in Leitstade near Dannenberg. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. . AFP PHOTO / FABIAN BIMMER GERMANY OUT , Riot police on horesback confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police on horesback confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police patrol as an anti nuclear protestor blocking the train tracks blows bubbles near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police patrol as an anti nuclear protestor blocking the train tracks blows bubbles near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police attempt to remove anti-nuclear protestors fromthe train tracks on November 7, 2010 in Metzingen near Gorleben. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Riot police watch anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police on horesback confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Two naked anti-nuclear protestors make their way through a field towards to the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010 near Gorleben. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Protestors sit on sacks of straw as they block thre train tracks on November 7, 2010 near Harlingen. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Protestors sit on sacks of straw as they block thre train tracks on November 7, 2010 near Harlingen. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Anti nuclear protestors carrying sacks of staw against the cold make their way through the woods to stage a road blockade near the northern German town of Gorleben on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / LUKAS KREIBIG
An anti nuclear protestor against the Castor transport and storage of nuclear waste rests on bags of hay at their blockade after sleeping on the road leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti nuclear protestors against the transport and storage of nuclear waste reads the papers as they wake up at their blockade after sleeping on the road leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti nuclear protestors against the transport and storage of nuclear waste wake up at their blockade leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti-nuclear protestors remove the stones from underneath the train tracks on November 7, 2010 in Leitstade near Dannenberg. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. . AFP PHOTO / FABIAN BIMMER GERMANY OUT , Riot police on horesback confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police on horesback confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police patrol as an anti nuclear protestor blocking the train tracks blows bubbles near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police patrol as an anti nuclear protestor blocking the train tracks blows bubbles near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police attempt to remove anti-nuclear protestors fromthe train tracks on November 7, 2010 in Metzingen near Gorleben. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Riot police watch anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police on horesback confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN
An anti nuclear protestor against the Castor transport and storage of nuclear waste rests on bags of hay at their blockade after sleeping on the road leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti nuclear protestors against the transport and storage of nuclear waste reads the papers as they wake up at their blockade after sleeping on the road leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti nuclear protestors against the transport and storage of nuclear waste wake up at their blockade leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti-nuclear protestors remove the stones from underneath the train tracks on November 7, 2010 in Leitstade near Dannenberg. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. . AFP PHOTO / FABIAN BIMMER GERMANY OUT , Riot police on horesback confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police on horesback confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police patrol as an anti nuclear protestor blocking the train tracks blows bubbles near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police patrol as an anti nuclear protestor blocking the train tracks blows bubbles near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police attempt to remove anti-nuclear protestors fromthe train tracks on November 7, 2010 in Metzingen near Gorleben. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Riot police watch anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police on horesback confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Two naked anti-nuclear protestors make their way through a field towards to the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010 near Gorleben. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Protestors sit on sacks of straw as they block thre train tracks on November 7, 2010 near Harlingen. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Protestors sit on sacks of straw as they block thre train tracks on November 7, 2010 near Harlingen. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Anti nuclear protestors carrying sacks of staw against the cold make their way through the woods to stage a road blockade near the northern German town of Gorleben on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / LUKAS KREIBIG , Anti nuclear protestors stage a road blockade near the northern German town of Gorleben on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / LUKAS KREIBIG , Anti nuclear protestors, some sleeping, stage a road blockade near the northern German town of Gorleben on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / LUKAS KREIBIG , A police officer uses a fire extinguisher to put out a fire on their vehicle after it was set alight by anti nuclear protestors on November 7, 2010 in the woods near in Metzingen. Protests are underway against the Castor transport of nuclear waste to the storage facility in a salt deposit in Gorleben taking place this weekend. AFP PHOTO / PHILIPP SCHULZE GERMANY OUT , Anti nuclear protestors against the Castor transport and storage of nuclear waste sleep and rest on the tracks during a blockade near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti nuclear protestors take part in a blockade of the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Riot police carry anti nuclear protestors who blocked the train tracks near Harlingen in the early hours of the morning on November 8, 2010. After a weekend of heavy protests, which at times turned violent as police with truncheons charging demonstrators, protestors aimed to block a train carrying a cargo of nuclear waste from France to Germany to the underground storage facility in Gorleben in northern Germany. AFP PHOTO / LUKAS KREIBIG , Anti-nuclear protestors wrapped in blankets gesture as the castor train drives past the open-air temporary detainment center where the police held the protestors on November 8, 2010 in Harlingen. The 123 tonnes of radioactive waste arrived at the unloading station at Dannenberg and must now be loaded onto lorries for the final 20-kilometre (12-mile) stretch by road to the storage facility in Gorleben in northern Germany. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Anti-nuclear protestors wrapped in blankets are held by police in a open-air temporary detainment center as the castor train with nuclear waste is awaited on November 8, 2010 in Harlingen. The 123 tonnes of radioactive waste arrived on November 8 at the unloading station at Dannenberg and must now be loaded onto lorries for the final 20-kilometre (12-mile) stretch by road to the storage facility in Gorleben in northern Germany. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Riot police carry an anti nuclear protestor who blocked the train tracks near Harlingen in the early hours of the morning on November 8, 2010. After a weekend of heavy protests, which at times turned violent as police with truncheons charging demonstrators, protestors aimed to block a train carrying a cargo of nuclear waste from France to Germany to the underground storage facility in Gorleben in northern Germany. AFP PHOTO / LUKAS KREIBIG
An anti nuclear protestor against the Castor transport and storage of nuclear waste rests on bags of hay at their blockade after sleeping on the road leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti nuclear protestors against the transport and storage of nuclear waste reads the papers as they wake up at their blockade after sleeping on the road leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti nuclear protestors against the transport and storage of nuclear waste wake up at their blockade leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti-nuclear protestors remove the stones from underneath the train tracks on November 7, 2010 in Leitstade near Dannenberg. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. . AFP PHOTO / FABIAN BIMMER GERMANY OUT , Riot police on horesback confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police on horesback confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police patrol as an anti nuclear protestor blocking the train tracks blows bubbles near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police patrol as an anti nuclear protestor blocking the train tracks blows bubbles near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police attempt to remove anti-nuclear protestors fromthe train tracks on November 7, 2010 in Metzingen near Gorleben. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Riot police watch anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police on horesback confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Two naked anti-nuclear protestors make their way through a field towards to the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010 near Gorleben. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN
An anti nuclear protestor against the Castor transport and storage of nuclear waste rests on bags of hay at their blockade after sleeping on the road leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti nuclear protestors against the transport and storage of nuclear waste reads the papers as they wake up at their blockade after sleeping on the road leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti nuclear protestors against the transport and storage of nuclear waste wake up at their blockade leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti-nuclear protestors remove the stones from underneath the train tracks on November 7, 2010 in Leitstade near Dannenberg. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. . AFP PHOTO / FABIAN BIMMER GERMANY OUT , Riot police on horesback confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police on horesback confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police patrol as an anti nuclear protestor blocking the train tracks blows bubbles near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police patrol as an anti nuclear protestor blocking the train tracks blows bubbles near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police attempt to remove anti-nuclear protestors fromthe train tracks on November 7, 2010 in Metzingen near Gorleben. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Riot police watch anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police on horesback confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Two naked anti-nuclear protestors make their way through a field towards to the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010 near Gorleben. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Protestors sit on sacks of straw as they block thre train tracks on November 7, 2010 near Harlingen. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Protestors sit on sacks of straw as they block thre train tracks on November 7, 2010 near Harlingen. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Anti nuclear protestors carrying sacks of staw against the cold make their way through the woods to stage a road blockade near the northern German town of Gorleben on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / LUKAS KREIBIG , Anti nuclear protestors stage a road blockade near the northern German town of Gorleben on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / LUKAS KREIBIG , Anti nuclear protestors, some sleeping, stage a road blockade near the northern German town of Gorleben on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / LUKAS KREIBIG , A police officer uses a fire extinguisher to put out a fire on their vehicle after it was set alight by anti nuclear protestors on November 7, 2010 in the woods near in Metzingen. Protests are underway against the Castor transport of nuclear waste to the storage facility in a salt deposit in Gorleben taking place this weekend. AFP PHOTO / PHILIPP SCHULZE GERMANY OUT , Anti nuclear protestors against the Castor transport and storage of nuclear waste sleep and rest on the tracks during a blockade near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti nuclear protestors take part in a blockade of the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Riot police carry anti nuclear protestors who blocked the train tracks near Harlingen in the early hours of the morning on November 8, 2010. After a weekend of heavy protests, which at times turned violent as police with truncheons charging demonstrators, protestors aimed to block a train carrying a cargo of nuclear waste from France to Germany to the underground storage facility in Gorleben in northern Germany. AFP PHOTO / LUKAS KREIBIG , Anti-nuclear protestors wrapped in blankets gesture as the castor train drives past the open-air temporary detainment center where the police held the protestors on November 8, 2010 in Harlingen. The 123 tonnes of radioactive waste arrived at the unloading station at Dannenberg and must now be loaded onto lorries for the final 20-kilometre (12-mile) stretch by road to the storage facility in Gorleben in northern Germany. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Anti-nuclear protestors wrapped in blankets are held by police in a open-air temporary detainment center as the castor train with nuclear waste is awaited on November 8, 2010 in Harlingen. The 123 tonnes of radioactive waste arrived on November 8 at the unloading station at Dannenberg and must now be loaded onto lorries for the final 20-kilometre (12-mile) stretch by road to the storage facility in Gorleben in northern Germany. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Riot police carry an anti nuclear protestor who blocked the train tracks near Harlingen in the early hours of the morning on November 8, 2010. After a weekend of heavy protests, which at times turned violent as police with truncheons charging demonstrators, protestors aimed to block a train carrying a cargo of nuclear waste from France to Germany to the underground storage facility in Gorleben in northern Germany. AFP PHOTO / LUKAS KREIBIG , Anti-nuclear protestors sleep wrapped in blankets as they are held by police in a temporary open-air detainment center as the castor train with nuclear waste is awaited on November 8, 2010 in Harlingen. The 123 tonnes of radioactive waste arrived on November 8 at the unloading station at Dannenberg and must now be loaded onto lorries for the final 20-kilometre (12-mile) stretch by road to the storage facility in Gorleben in northern Germany. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE
An anti nuclear protestor against the Castor transport and storage of nuclear waste rests on bags of hay at their blockade after sleeping on the road leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti nuclear protestors against the transport and storage of nuclear waste reads the papers as they wake up at their blockade after sleeping on the road leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti nuclear protestors against the transport and storage of nuclear waste wake up at their blockade leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti-nuclear protestors remove the stones from underneath the train tracks on November 7, 2010 in Leitstade near Dannenberg. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. . AFP PHOTO / FABIAN BIMMER GERMANY OUT , Riot police on horesback confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police on horesback confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police patrol as an anti nuclear protestor blocking the train tracks blows bubbles near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police patrol as an anti nuclear protestor blocking the train tracks blows bubbles near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police attempt to remove anti-nuclear protestors fromthe train tracks on November 7, 2010 in Metzingen near Gorleben. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Riot police watch anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police on horesback confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Two naked anti-nuclear protestors make their way through a field towards to the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010 near Gorleben. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Protestors sit on sacks of straw as they block thre train tracks on November 7, 2010 near Harlingen. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Protestors sit on sacks of straw as they block thre train tracks on November 7, 2010 near Harlingen. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Anti nuclear protestors carrying sacks of staw against the cold make their way through the woods to stage a road blockade near the northern German town of Gorleben on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / LUKAS KREIBIG , Anti nuclear protestors stage a road blockade near the northern German town of Gorleben on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / LUKAS KREIBIG
An anti nuclear protestor against the Castor transport and storage of nuclear waste rests on bags of hay at their blockade after sleeping on the road leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti nuclear protestors against the transport and storage of nuclear waste reads the papers as they wake up at their blockade after sleeping on the road leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti nuclear protestors against the transport and storage of nuclear waste wake up at their blockade leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti-nuclear protestors remove the stones from underneath the train tracks on November 7, 2010 in Leitstade near Dannenberg. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. . AFP PHOTO / FABIAN BIMMER GERMANY OUT , Riot police on horesback confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police on horesback confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police patrol as an anti nuclear protestor blocking the train tracks blows bubbles near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police patrol as an anti nuclear protestor blocking the train tracks blows bubbles near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police attempt to remove anti-nuclear protestors fromthe train tracks on November 7, 2010 in Metzingen near Gorleben. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Riot police watch anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police on horesback confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Two naked anti-nuclear protestors make their way through a field towards to the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010 near Gorleben. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Protestors sit on sacks of straw as they block thre train tracks on November 7, 2010 near Harlingen. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Protestors sit on sacks of straw as they block thre train tracks on November 7, 2010 near Harlingen. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Anti nuclear protestors carrying sacks of staw against the cold make their way through the woods to stage a road blockade near the northern German town of Gorleben on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / LUKAS KREIBIG , Anti nuclear protestors stage a road blockade near the northern German town of Gorleben on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / LUKAS KREIBIG , Anti nuclear protestors, some sleeping, stage a road blockade near the northern German town of Gorleben on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / LUKAS KREIBIG
An anti nuclear protestor against the Castor transport and storage of nuclear waste rests on bags of hay at their blockade after sleeping on the road leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti nuclear protestors against the transport and storage of nuclear waste reads the papers as they wake up at their blockade after sleeping on the road leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN
An anti nuclear protestor against the Castor transport and storage of nuclear waste rests on bags of hay at their blockade after sleeping on the road leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti nuclear protestors against the transport and storage of nuclear waste reads the papers as they wake up at their blockade after sleeping on the road leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti nuclear protestors against the transport and storage of nuclear waste wake up at their blockade leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti-nuclear protestors remove the stones from underneath the train tracks on November 7, 2010 in Leitstade near Dannenberg. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. . AFP PHOTO / FABIAN BIMMER GERMANY OUT , Riot police on horesback confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police on horesback confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police patrol as an anti nuclear protestor blocking the train tracks blows bubbles near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police patrol as an anti nuclear protestor blocking the train tracks blows bubbles near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police attempt to remove anti-nuclear protestors fromthe train tracks on November 7, 2010 in Metzingen near Gorleben. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Riot police watch anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police on horesback confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Two naked anti-nuclear protestors make their way through a field towards to the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010 near Gorleben. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Protestors sit on sacks of straw as they block thre train tracks on November 7, 2010 near Harlingen. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Protestors sit on sacks of straw as they block thre train tracks on November 7, 2010 near Harlingen. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Anti nuclear protestors carrying sacks of staw against the cold make their way through the woods to stage a road blockade near the northern German town of Gorleben on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / LUKAS KREIBIG , Anti nuclear protestors stage a road blockade near the northern German town of Gorleben on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / LUKAS KREIBIG , Anti nuclear protestors, some sleeping, stage a road blockade near the northern German town of Gorleben on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / LUKAS KREIBIG , A police officer uses a fire extinguisher to put out a fire on their vehicle after it was set alight by anti nuclear protestors on November 7, 2010 in the woods near in Metzingen. Protests are underway against the Castor transport of nuclear waste to the storage facility in a salt deposit in Gorleben taking place this weekend. AFP PHOTO / PHILIPP SCHULZE GERMANY OUT , Anti nuclear protestors against the Castor transport and storage of nuclear waste sleep and rest on the tracks during a blockade near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti nuclear protestors take part in a blockade of the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Riot police carry anti nuclear protestors who blocked the train tracks near Harlingen in the early hours of the morning on November 8, 2010. After a weekend of heavy protests, which at times turned violent as police with truncheons charging demonstrators, protestors aimed to block a train carrying a cargo of nuclear waste from France to Germany to the underground storage facility in Gorleben in northern Germany. AFP PHOTO / LUKAS KREIBIG , Anti-nuclear protestors wrapped in blankets gesture as the castor train drives past the open-air temporary detainment center where the police held the protestors on November 8, 2010 in Harlingen. The 123 tonnes of radioactive waste arrived at the unloading station at Dannenberg and must now be loaded onto lorries for the final 20-kilometre (12-mile) stretch by road to the storage facility in Gorleben in northern Germany. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Anti-nuclear protestors wrapped in blankets are held by police in a open-air temporary detainment center as the castor train with nuclear waste is awaited on November 8, 2010 in Harlingen. The 123 tonnes of radioactive waste arrived on November 8 at the unloading station at Dannenberg and must now be loaded onto lorries for the final 20-kilometre (12-mile) stretch by road to the storage facility in Gorleben in northern Germany. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Riot police carry an anti nuclear protestor who blocked the train tracks near Harlingen in the early hours of the morning on November 8, 2010. After a weekend of heavy protests, which at times turned violent as police with truncheons charging demonstrators, protestors aimed to block a train carrying a cargo of nuclear waste from France to Germany to the underground storage facility in Gorleben in northern Germany. AFP PHOTO / LUKAS KREIBIG , Anti-nuclear protestors sleep wrapped in blankets as they are held by police in a temporary open-air detainment center as the castor train with nuclear waste is awaited on November 8, 2010 in Harlingen. The 123 tonnes of radioactive waste arrived on November 8 at the unloading station at Dannenberg and must now be loaded onto lorries for the final 20-kilometre (12-mile) stretch by road to the storage facility in Gorleben in northern Germany. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Anti-nuclear protestors sleep wrapped in blankets as they are held by police in a temporary open-air detainment center as the castor train with nuclear waste is awaited on November 8, 2010 in Harlingen. The 123 tonnes of radioactive waste arrived on November 8 at the unloading station at Dannenberg and must now be loaded onto lorries for the final 20-kilometre (12-mile) stretch by road to the storage facility in Gorleben in northern Germany. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , An anti-nuclear protestors wrapped in rescue blanket stands up in the morning in a temporary open-air detainment center where they were they are held by police as the castor train with nuclear waste is awaited on November 8, 2010 in Harlingen. The 123 tonnes of radioactive waste arrived on November 8 at the unloading station at Dannenberg and must now be loaded onto lorries for the final 20-kilometre (12-mile) stretch by road to the storage facility in Gorleben in northern Germany. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Riot police carry remove protestors who blocked the train tracks near Harlingen in the early hours of the morning on November 8, 2010. After a weekend of heavy protests, which at times turned violent as police with truncheons charging demonstrators, protestors aimed to block a train carrying a cargo of nuclear waste from France to Germany to the underground storage facility in Gorleben in northern Germany. AFP PHOTO / LUKAS KREIBIG , Anti nuclear protestors against the Castor transport and storage of nuclear waste wake up at their blockade after sleeping on the road leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti nuclear protestors against the Castor transport and storage of nuclear waste wake up at their blockade after sleeping on the road leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti nuclear protestors against the Castor transport and storage of nuclear waste wake up at their blockade after sleeping on the road leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti nuclear protestors against the Castor transport and storage of nuclear waste wake up at their blockade after sleeping on the road leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN
An anti nuclear protestor against the Castor transport and storage of nuclear waste rests on bags of hay at their blockade after sleeping on the road leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti nuclear protestors against the transport and storage of nuclear waste reads the papers as they wake up at their blockade after sleeping on the road leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti nuclear protestors against the transport and storage of nuclear waste wake up at their blockade leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti-nuclear protestors remove the stones from underneath the train tracks on November 7, 2010 in Leitstade near Dannenberg. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. . AFP PHOTO / FABIAN BIMMER GERMANY OUT , Riot police on horesback confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police on horesback confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police patrol as an anti nuclear protestor blocking the train tracks blows bubbles near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police patrol as an anti nuclear protestor blocking the train tracks blows bubbles near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police attempt to remove anti-nuclear protestors fromthe train tracks on November 7, 2010 in Metzingen near Gorleben. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Riot police watch anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police on horesback confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Two naked anti-nuclear protestors make their way through a field towards to the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010 near Gorleben. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Protestors sit on sacks of straw as they block thre train tracks on November 7, 2010 near Harlingen. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Protestors sit on sacks of straw as they block thre train tracks on November 7, 2010 near Harlingen. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE
An anti nuclear protestor against the Castor transport and storage of nuclear waste rests on bags of hay at their blockade after sleeping on the road leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti nuclear protestors against the transport and storage of nuclear waste reads the papers as they wake up at their blockade after sleeping on the road leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti nuclear protestors against the transport and storage of nuclear waste wake up at their blockade leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti-nuclear protestors remove the stones from underneath the train tracks on November 7, 2010 in Leitstade near Dannenberg. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. . AFP PHOTO / FABIAN BIMMER GERMANY OUT , Riot police on horesback confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police on horesback confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police patrol as an anti nuclear protestor blocking the train tracks blows bubbles near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police patrol as an anti nuclear protestor blocking the train tracks blows bubbles near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police attempt to remove anti-nuclear protestors fromthe train tracks on November 7, 2010 in Metzingen near Gorleben. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Riot police watch anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police on horesback confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Two naked anti-nuclear protestors make their way through a field towards to the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010 near Gorleben. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Protestors sit on sacks of straw as they block thre train tracks on November 7, 2010 near Harlingen. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE
An anti nuclear protestor against the Castor transport and storage of nuclear waste rests on bags of hay at their blockade after sleeping on the road leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti nuclear protestors against the transport and storage of nuclear waste reads the papers as they wake up at their blockade after sleeping on the road leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti nuclear protestors against the transport and storage of nuclear waste wake up at their blockade leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti-nuclear protestors remove the stones from underneath the train tracks on November 7, 2010 in Leitstade near Dannenberg. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. . AFP PHOTO / FABIAN BIMMER GERMANY OUT
An anti nuclear protestor against the Castor transport and storage of nuclear waste rests on bags of hay at their blockade after sleeping on the road leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti nuclear protestors against the transport and storage of nuclear waste reads the papers as they wake up at their blockade after sleeping on the road leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti nuclear protestors against the transport and storage of nuclear waste wake up at their blockade leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti-nuclear protestors remove the stones from underneath the train tracks on November 7, 2010 in Leitstade near Dannenberg. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. . AFP PHOTO / FABIAN BIMMER GERMANY OUT , Riot police on horesback confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police on horesback confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police patrol as an anti nuclear protestor blocking the train tracks blows bubbles near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police patrol as an anti nuclear protestor blocking the train tracks blows bubbles near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police attempt to remove anti-nuclear protestors fromthe train tracks on November 7, 2010 in Metzingen near Gorleben. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Riot police watch anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police on horesback confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Two naked anti-nuclear protestors make their way through a field towards to the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010 near Gorleben. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Protestors sit on sacks of straw as they block thre train tracks on November 7, 2010 near Harlingen. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Protestors sit on sacks of straw as they block thre train tracks on November 7, 2010 near Harlingen. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Anti nuclear protestors carrying sacks of staw against the cold make their way through the woods to stage a road blockade near the northern German town of Gorleben on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / LUKAS KREIBIG , Anti nuclear protestors stage a road blockade near the northern German town of Gorleben on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / LUKAS KREIBIG , Anti nuclear protestors, some sleeping, stage a road blockade near the northern German town of Gorleben on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / LUKAS KREIBIG , A police officer uses a fire extinguisher to put out a fire on their vehicle after it was set alight by anti nuclear protestors on November 7, 2010 in the woods near in Metzingen. Protests are underway against the Castor transport of nuclear waste to the storage facility in a salt deposit in Gorleben taking place this weekend. AFP PHOTO / PHILIPP SCHULZE GERMANY OUT , Anti nuclear protestors against the Castor transport and storage of nuclear waste sleep and rest on the tracks during a blockade near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti nuclear protestors take part in a blockade of the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Riot police carry anti nuclear protestors who blocked the train tracks near Harlingen in the early hours of the morning on November 8, 2010. After a weekend of heavy protests, which at times turned violent as police with truncheons charging demonstrators, protestors aimed to block a train carrying a cargo of nuclear waste from France to Germany to the underground storage facility in Gorleben in northern Germany. AFP PHOTO / LUKAS KREIBIG , Anti-nuclear protestors wrapped in blankets gesture as the castor train drives past the open-air temporary detainment center where the police held the protestors on November 8, 2010 in Harlingen. The 123 tonnes of radioactive waste arrived at the unloading station at Dannenberg and must now be loaded onto lorries for the final 20-kilometre (12-mile) stretch by road to the storage facility in Gorleben in northern Germany. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Anti-nuclear protestors wrapped in blankets are held by police in a open-air temporary detainment center as the castor train with nuclear waste is awaited on November 8, 2010 in Harlingen. The 123 tonnes of radioactive waste arrived on November 8 at the unloading station at Dannenberg and must now be loaded onto lorries for the final 20-kilometre (12-mile) stretch by road to the storage facility in Gorleben in northern Germany. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Riot police carry an anti nuclear protestor who blocked the train tracks near Harlingen in the early hours of the morning on November 8, 2010. After a weekend of heavy protests, which at times turned violent as police with truncheons charging demonstrators, protestors aimed to block a train carrying a cargo of nuclear waste from France to Germany to the underground storage facility in Gorleben in northern Germany. AFP PHOTO / LUKAS KREIBIG , Anti-nuclear protestors sleep wrapped in blankets as they are held by police in a temporary open-air detainment center as the castor train with nuclear waste is awaited on November 8, 2010 in Harlingen. The 123 tonnes of radioactive waste arrived on November 8 at the unloading station at Dannenberg and must now be loaded onto lorries for the final 20-kilometre (12-mile) stretch by road to the storage facility in Gorleben in northern Germany. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Anti-nuclear protestors sleep wrapped in blankets as they are held by police in a temporary open-air detainment center as the castor train with nuclear waste is awaited on November 8, 2010 in Harlingen. The 123 tonnes of radioactive waste arrived on November 8 at the unloading station at Dannenberg and must now be loaded onto lorries for the final 20-kilometre (12-mile) stretch by road to the storage facility in Gorleben in northern Germany. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , An anti-nuclear protestors wrapped in rescue blanket stands up in the morning in a temporary open-air detainment center where they were they are held by police as the castor train with nuclear waste is awaited on November 8, 2010 in Harlingen. The 123 tonnes of radioactive waste arrived on November 8 at the unloading station at Dannenberg and must now be loaded onto lorries for the final 20-kilometre (12-mile) stretch by road to the storage facility in Gorleben in northern Germany. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Riot police carry remove protestors who blocked the train tracks near Harlingen in the early hours of the morning on November 8, 2010. After a weekend of heavy protests, which at times turned violent as police with truncheons charging demonstrators, protestors aimed to block a train carrying a cargo of nuclear waste from France to Germany to the underground storage facility in Gorleben in northern Germany. AFP PHOTO / LUKAS KREIBIG , Anti nuclear protestors against the Castor transport and storage of nuclear waste wake up at their blockade after sleeping on the road leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti nuclear protestors against the Castor transport and storage of nuclear waste wake up at their blockade after sleeping on the road leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti nuclear protestors against the Castor transport and storage of nuclear waste wake up at their blockade after sleeping on the road leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN
An anti nuclear protestor against the Castor transport and storage of nuclear waste rests on bags of hay at their blockade after sleeping on the road leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti nuclear protestors against the transport and storage of nuclear waste reads the papers as they wake up at their blockade after sleeping on the road leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti nuclear protestors against the transport and storage of nuclear waste wake up at their blockade leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti-nuclear protestors remove the stones from underneath the train tracks on November 7, 2010 in Leitstade near Dannenberg. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. . AFP PHOTO / FABIAN BIMMER GERMANY OUT , Riot police on horesback confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police on horesback confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police patrol as an anti nuclear protestor blocking the train tracks blows bubbles near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police patrol as an anti nuclear protestor blocking the train tracks blows bubbles near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police attempt to remove anti-nuclear protestors fromthe train tracks on November 7, 2010 in Metzingen near Gorleben. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Riot police watch anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police on horesback confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Two naked anti-nuclear protestors make their way through a field towards to the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010 near Gorleben. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Protestors sit on sacks of straw as they block thre train tracks on November 7, 2010 near Harlingen. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Protestors sit on sacks of straw as they block thre train tracks on November 7, 2010 near Harlingen. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Anti nuclear protestors carrying sacks of staw against the cold make their way through the woods to stage a road blockade near the northern German town of Gorleben on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / LUKAS KREIBIG , Anti nuclear protestors stage a road blockade near the northern German town of Gorleben on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / LUKAS KREIBIG , Anti nuclear protestors, some sleeping, stage a road blockade near the northern German town of Gorleben on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / LUKAS KREIBIG , A police officer uses a fire extinguisher to put out a fire on their vehicle after it was set alight by anti nuclear protestors on November 7, 2010 in the woods near in Metzingen. Protests are underway against the Castor transport of nuclear waste to the storage facility in a salt deposit in Gorleben taking place this weekend. AFP PHOTO / PHILIPP SCHULZE GERMANY OUT , Anti nuclear protestors against the Castor transport and storage of nuclear waste sleep and rest on the tracks during a blockade near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN
An anti nuclear protestor against the Castor transport and storage of nuclear waste rests on bags of hay at their blockade after sleeping on the road leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti nuclear protestors against the transport and storage of nuclear waste reads the papers as they wake up at their blockade after sleeping on the road leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti nuclear protestors against the transport and storage of nuclear waste wake up at their blockade leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti-nuclear protestors remove the stones from underneath the train tracks on November 7, 2010 in Leitstade near Dannenberg. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. . AFP PHOTO / FABIAN BIMMER GERMANY OUT , Riot police on horesback confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police on horesback confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police patrol as an anti nuclear protestor blocking the train tracks blows bubbles near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police patrol as an anti nuclear protestor blocking the train tracks blows bubbles near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police attempt to remove anti-nuclear protestors fromthe train tracks on November 7, 2010 in Metzingen near Gorleben. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Riot police watch anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police on horesback confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Two naked anti-nuclear protestors make their way through a field towards to the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010 near Gorleben. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Protestors sit on sacks of straw as they block thre train tracks on November 7, 2010 near Harlingen. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Protestors sit on sacks of straw as they block thre train tracks on November 7, 2010 near Harlingen. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Anti nuclear protestors carrying sacks of staw against the cold make their way through the woods to stage a road blockade near the northern German town of Gorleben on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / LUKAS KREIBIG , Anti nuclear protestors stage a road blockade near the northern German town of Gorleben on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / LUKAS KREIBIG , Anti nuclear protestors, some sleeping, stage a road blockade near the northern German town of Gorleben on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / LUKAS KREIBIG , A police officer uses a fire extinguisher to put out a fire on their vehicle after it was set alight by anti nuclear protestors on November 7, 2010 in the woods near in Metzingen. Protests are underway against the Castor transport of nuclear waste to the storage facility in a salt deposit in Gorleben taking place this weekend. AFP PHOTO / PHILIPP SCHULZE GERMANY OUT , Anti nuclear protestors against the Castor transport and storage of nuclear waste sleep and rest on the tracks during a blockade near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti nuclear protestors take part in a blockade of the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Riot police carry anti nuclear protestors who blocked the train tracks near Harlingen in the early hours of the morning on November 8, 2010. After a weekend of heavy protests, which at times turned violent as police with truncheons charging demonstrators, protestors aimed to block a train carrying a cargo of nuclear waste from France to Germany to the underground storage facility in Gorleben in northern Germany. AFP PHOTO / LUKAS KREIBIG , Anti-nuclear protestors wrapped in blankets gesture as the castor train drives past the open-air temporary detainment center where the police held the protestors on November 8, 2010 in Harlingen. The 123 tonnes of radioactive waste arrived at the unloading station at Dannenberg and must now be loaded onto lorries for the final 20-kilometre (12-mile) stretch by road to the storage facility in Gorleben in northern Germany. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE
An anti nuclear protestor against the Castor transport and storage of nuclear waste rests on bags of hay at their blockade after sleeping on the road leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti nuclear protestors against the transport and storage of nuclear waste reads the papers as they wake up at their blockade after sleeping on the road leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti nuclear protestors against the transport and storage of nuclear waste wake up at their blockade leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti-nuclear protestors remove the stones from underneath the train tracks on November 7, 2010 in Leitstade near Dannenberg. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. . AFP PHOTO / FABIAN BIMMER GERMANY OUT , Riot police on horesback confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police on horesback confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police patrol as an anti nuclear protestor blocking the train tracks blows bubbles near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police patrol as an anti nuclear protestor blocking the train tracks blows bubbles near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police attempt to remove anti-nuclear protestors fromthe train tracks on November 7, 2010 in Metzingen near Gorleben. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Riot police watch anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police on horesback confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Riot police confront anti nuclear protestors blocking the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Two naked anti-nuclear protestors make their way through a field towards to the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010 near Gorleben. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Protestors sit on sacks of straw as they block thre train tracks on November 7, 2010 near Harlingen. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Protestors sit on sacks of straw as they block thre train tracks on November 7, 2010 near Harlingen. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Anti nuclear protestors carrying sacks of staw against the cold make their way through the woods to stage a road blockade near the northern German town of Gorleben on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / LUKAS KREIBIG , Anti nuclear protestors stage a road blockade near the northern German town of Gorleben on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / LUKAS KREIBIG , Anti nuclear protestors, some sleeping, stage a road blockade near the northern German town of Gorleben on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / LUKAS KREIBIG , A police officer uses a fire extinguisher to put out a fire on their vehicle after it was set alight by anti nuclear protestors on November 7, 2010 in the woods near in Metzingen. Protests are underway against the Castor transport of nuclear waste to the storage facility in a salt deposit in Gorleben taking place this weekend. AFP PHOTO / PHILIPP SCHULZE GERMANY OUT , Anti nuclear protestors against the Castor transport and storage of nuclear waste sleep and rest on the tracks during a blockade near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN , Anti nuclear protestors take part in a blockade of the train tracks near Harlingen on November 7, 2010. Police clashed with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Riot police carry anti nuclear protestors who blocked the train tracks near Harlingen in the early hours of the morning on November 8, 2010. After a weekend of heavy protests, which at times turned violent as police with truncheons charging demonstrators, protestors aimed to block a train carrying a cargo of nuclear waste from France to Germany to the underground storage facility in Gorleben in northern Germany. AFP PHOTO / LUKAS KREIBIG , Anti-nuclear protestors wrapped in blankets gesture as the castor train drives past the open-air temporary detainment center where the police held the protestors on November 8, 2010 in Harlingen. The 123 tonnes of radioactive waste arrived at the unloading station at Dannenberg and must now be loaded onto lorries for the final 20-kilometre (12-mile) stretch by road to the storage facility in Gorleben in northern Germany. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Anti-nuclear protestors wrapped in blankets are held by police in a open-air temporary detainment center as the castor train with nuclear waste is awaited on November 8, 2010 in Harlingen. The 123 tonnes of radioactive waste arrived on November 8 at the unloading station at Dannenberg and must now be loaded onto lorries for the final 20-kilometre (12-mile) stretch by road to the storage facility in Gorleben in northern Germany. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Riot police carry an anti nuclear protestor who blocked the train tracks near Harlingen in the early hours of the morning on November 8, 2010. After a weekend of heavy protests, which at times turned violent as police with truncheons charging demonstrators, protestors aimed to block a train carrying a cargo of nuclear waste from France to Germany to the underground storage facility in Gorleben in northern Germany. AFP PHOTO / LUKAS KREIBIG , Anti-nuclear protestors sleep wrapped in blankets as they are held by police in a temporary open-air detainment center as the castor train with nuclear waste is awaited on November 8, 2010 in Harlingen. The 123 tonnes of radioactive waste arrived on November 8 at the unloading station at Dannenberg and must now be loaded onto lorries for the final 20-kilometre (12-mile) stretch by road to the storage facility in Gorleben in northern Germany. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Anti-nuclear protestors sleep wrapped in blankets as they are held by police in a temporary open-air detainment center as the castor train with nuclear waste is awaited on November 8, 2010 in Harlingen. The 123 tonnes of radioactive waste arrived on November 8 at the unloading station at Dannenberg and must now be loaded onto lorries for the final 20-kilometre (12-mile) stretch by road to the storage facility in Gorleben in northern Germany. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , An anti-nuclear protestors wrapped in rescue blanket stands up in the morning in a temporary open-air detainment center where they were they are held by police as the castor train with nuclear waste is awaited on November 8, 2010 in Harlingen. The 123 tonnes of radioactive waste arrived on November 8 at the unloading station at Dannenberg and must now be loaded onto lorries for the final 20-kilometre (12-mile) stretch by road to the storage facility in Gorleben in northern Germany. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE , Riot police carry remove protestors who blocked the train tracks near Harlingen in the early hours of the morning on November 8, 2010. After a weekend of heavy protests, which at times turned violent as police with truncheons charging demonstrators, protestors aimed to block a train carrying a cargo of nuclear waste from France to Germany to the underground storage facility in Gorleben in northern Germany. AFP PHOTO / LUKAS KREIBIG , Anti nuclear protestors against the Castor transport and storage of nuclear waste wake up at their blockade after sleeping on the road leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. The northern German town of Gorleben will receive the contentious waste for storage among huge protests along the route from France to Germany. AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN

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