17 October 2000 PRAGUE–Despite strident protests from Austria, the Czech nuclear power plant Temelin kicked into operation on 9 October, deepening the diplomatic crisis between the two countries even further. Protesters said they would continue to blockade the three main border crossings until Temelin stops at least for six months to run safety checks, but […]

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