Greenpeace Activists Arrested After 15-Hour Climb Up London’s Tallest Tower

Six women slipped past security guards on Thursday morning and began climbing the outside of the tallest building in London, known as The Shard. Fifteen hours later, they were arrested upon reaching the top. The action was a protest organized by Greenpeace to protest oil drilling in the Arctic.

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