Greta Thunberg, climate activist, held by authorities twice at protest in the Netherlands | Latest updates on Climate Crisis


The protest was organized in the Netherlands to oppose fossil fuel subsidies. Climate activist Greta Thunberg was detained twice by police at the demonstration, where more than 400 people were arrested. Despite the arrests, activists remained determined to continue their fight against fossil subsidies. The demonstration, led by Extinction Rebellion, aimed to put pressure on the Dutch government ahead of an upcoming debate on the issue. Thunberg expressed her commitment to fighting the climate crisis and highlighted the urgency of the situation. The protesters were met with a police blockade as they tried to access a major highway, but they remained defiant in their cause. Previous protests have also seen activists blocking the same road, with no serious consequences. Thunberg emphasized that her focus was on the climate emergency, regardless of her brief detention by authorities.


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