Permalink: https://www.media.greenpeace.org/archive/Arctic-30-Transported-From-Murmansk-Detention-Center-27MZIF3NITXH.htmlConceptually similarArctic 30 Transported From Murmansk Detention CenterGP04YBICompleted★★★★Arctic 30 Transported From Murmansk Detention CenterGP04YBJCompleted★★★★Arctic 30 Transported from Murmansk Detention CenterGP04YBKCompleted★★★★Arctic 30 Transported from Murmansk Detention CenterGP04XXBCompleted★★★★Arctic 30 Transported from Murmansk Detention CenterGP04XXCCompleted★★★★Arctic 30 Transported from Murmansk Detention CenterGP04YBDCompleted★★★★Arctic 30 Transported from Murmansk Detention CenterGP04YBECompleted★★★★Arctic 30 Transported from Murmansk Detention CenterGP04XWYCompleted★★★★The Arctic 30 arrive In St. PetersburgGP04Y1GCompleted★★★★View AllGP04YBHArctic 30 Transported From Murmansk Detention CenterThe Arctic 30 are held in the detention wagon at Petrozavodsk city station, a stopping point en route to St.Petersburg. Transport away from a Murmansk detention center of the Arctic 30, who are currently detained by Russian authorities, by a railway prison wagon containing cells which are attached to a passenger train. The Arctic 30 (28 Greenpeace International activists and a freelance photographer and a freelance videographer) are currently detained by Russian authorities since they were arrested during a peaceful protest against oil drilling in the Arctic. They have been refused bail and are still charged with both piracy and hooliganism.Locations:Petrozavodsk-RussiaDate:12 Nov, 2013Credit:© Dmitry Sharomov / GreenpeaceMaximum size:2500px X 1664pxKeywords:Arctic 30 (campaign title)-Court cases-Evening-Gazprom-KWCI (GPI)-Law-Offshore drilling-Oil (Industry)-Oil drilling-Outdoors-Railway stations-Russian Government-Save the Arctic (campaign title)-Small group of people-TrainsShoot:'Arctic 30' in MurmanskThe 'Arctic 30' (twenty-eight Greenpeace International activists, as well as a freelance photographer and a freelance videographer) face charges of piracy in Russia for a peaceful protest against Arctic oil drilling in the Pechora Sea carried out on 18th September. Greenpeace International insists that piracy charges are unjustified, and that Russian authorities boarded the Arctic Sunrise illegally in international waters. Several international legal experts have supported that view.