The project has involved billions of pounds' investment
The first of 30 Greenpeace activists arrested after a protest over Arctic oil drilling has left Russia, the environmental group said on Thursday, with all expected to get clearance to leave Russia by Friday.
The protesters and two freelance journalists, including six Britons - were arrested after Russian authorities boarded their ship, the Arctic Sunrise, during an anti-drilling demonstration in September
Hopes are now that activists and journalists will be home for Christmas following move by Russian parliament
Mr Perrett and Bryan have now been moved to an undisclosed location after a St Petersburg court granted their release
Seven more Greenpeace activists arrested by the Russian authorities in a protest against drilling in the Arctic have been granted bail, including two Britons - Frank Hewetson from London and Iain Rogers from Exeter.
What we are witnessing is more than simply a shift in rhetoric
Alexandra Harris is one of five to be granted bail and they are expected to leave prison within days - it is not known whether they will be able to leave Russia
A second British member of the Greenpeace crew arrested by the Russian authorities during a protest against drilling in the Arctic has been denied bail.
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Environmental groups fighting against the use of GM crops in Africa and Asia are “wicked” and potentially condemning millions of people to a premature death, the Environment Secretary, Owen Paterson, says today.
The Russian embassy’s second-most senior diplomat says he was ‘defending his children’ from unidentified masked assailants
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Activists, including four from UK, face a maximum jail sentence of 15 years
Judges order activists accused of piracy be put in pre-trial detention for two months