Austrian anti-nuclear activists who have been camping out at the Wullowitz-Dolni Dvoriste Czech-Austrian border crossing in protest at the activation of the Temelin nuclear power plant in south Bohemia say they will remain at their posts on New Year's eve. Josef Neumuller, one of the organizers of the protest action told the CTK news agency that the group considered this a fitting way to see the New Year in. "We will be among friends fighting for a good cause" Neumuller said, adding that the locals were giving them both moral and material support. The group is to disperse on January 1st.
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