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Greta Thunberg w parlamencie UE (13)

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Young Swedish environmental activist Greta Thunberg prepares to give a speech during a special meeting of the Environment Committee at the European Parliament in Strasbourg, Eastern France, Tuesday April 16, 2019. Thunberg received a standing ovation for her speech. (AP Photo/Jean-Francois Badias)
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TOPSHOT - Swedish climate activist, Greta Thunberg, 16, takes part in a press conference during a plenary session at the European Parliament on April 16, 2019 in Strasbourg, eastern France. (Photo by FREDERICK FLORIN / AFP)
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Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg (R) arrives for a debate with the EU Environment, Public Health and Food Safety Committee during a session at the European Parliament on April 16, 2019 in Strasbourg, eastern France. - Sweden's teenage activist Greta Thunberg on April 16 urged Europeans to vote in next month's elections on behalf of young people like her who cannot yet cast ballots but demand decisive action against climate change. During a visit to the European Parliament in the French city of Strasbourg, Thunberg, 16, told a press conference that time is running out to stop the ravages of global warming. (Photo by FREDERICK FLORIN / AFP)
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Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg (C) speaks during a debate with the EU Environment, Public Health and Food Safety Committee during a session at the European Parliament on April 16, 2019 in Strasbourg, eastern France. - Sweden's teenage activist Greta Thunberg on April 16 urged Europeans to vote in next month's elections on behalf of young people like her who cannot yet cast ballots but demand decisive action against climate change. During a visit to the European Parliament in the French city of Strasbourg, Thunberg, 16, told a press conference that time is running out to stop the ravages of global warming. (Photo by FREDERICK FLORIN / AFP)
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Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg reacts as she speaks during a debate with the EU Environment, Public Health and Food Safety Committee during a session at the European Parliament on April 16, 2019 in Strasbourg, eastern France. - Sweden's teenage activist Greta Thunberg on April 16 urged Europeans to vote in next month's elections on behalf of young people like her who cannot yet cast ballots but demand decisive action against climate change. During a visit to the European Parliament in the French city of Strasbourg, Thunberg, 16, told a press conference that time is running out to stop the ravages of global warming. (Photo by FREDERICK FLORIN / AFP)
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Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg reacts as she speaks during a debate with the EU Environment, Public Health and Food Safety Committee during a session at the European Parliament on April 16, 2019 in Strasbourg, eastern France. - Sweden's teenage activist Greta Thunberg on April 16 urged Europeans to vote in next month's elections on behalf of young people like her who cannot yet cast ballots but demand decisive action against climate change. During a visit to the European Parliament in the French city of Strasbourg, Thunberg, 16, told a press conference that time is running out to stop the ravages of global warming. (Photo by FREDERICK FLORIN / AFP)
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Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg reacts during a debate with the EU Environment, Public Health and Food Safety Committee during a session at the European Parliament on April 16, 2019 in Strasbourg, eastern France. - Sweden's teenage activist Greta Thunberg on April 16 urged Europeans to vote in next month's elections on behalf of young people like her who cannot yet cast ballots but demand decisive action against climate change. During a visit to the European Parliament in the French city of Strasbourg, Thunberg, 16, told a press conference that time is running out to stop the ravages of global warming. (Photo by FREDERICK FLORIN / AFP)
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Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg speaks during a debate with the EU Environment, Public Health and Food Safety Committee during a session at the European Parliament on April 16, 2019 in Strasbourg, eastern France. - Sweden's teenage activist Greta Thunberg on April 16 urged Europeans to vote in next month's elections on behalf of young people like her who cannot yet cast ballots but demand decisive action against climate change. During a visit to the European Parliament in the French city of Strasbourg, Thunberg, 16, told a press conference that time is running out to stop the ravages of global warming. (Photo by FREDERICK FLORIN / AFP)
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Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg looks on during a debate with the EU Environment, Public Health and Food Safety Committee during a session at the European Parliament on April 16, 2019 in Strasbourg, eastern France. - Sweden's teenage activist Greta Thunberg on April 16 urged Europeans to vote in next month's elections on behalf of young people like her who cannot yet cast ballots but demand decisive action against climate change. During a visit to the European Parliament in the French city of Strasbourg, Thunberg, 16, told a press conference that time is running out to stop the ravages of global warming. (Photo by FREDERICK FLORIN / AFP)
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Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg (L) looks on as she attends a debate with the EU Environment, Public Health and Food Safety Committee during a session at the European Parliament on April 16, 2019 in Strasbourg, eastern France. - Sweden's teenage activist Greta Thunberg on April 16 urged Europeans to vote in next month's elections on behalf of young people like her who cannot yet cast ballots but demand decisive action against climate change. During a visit to the European Parliament in the French city of Strasbourg, Thunberg, 16, told a press conference that time is running out to stop the ravages of global warming. (Photo by FREDERICK FLORIN / AFP)
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Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg (R) speaks during a debate with the EU Environment, Public Health and Food Safety Committee during a session at the European Parliament on April 16, 2019 in Strasbourg, eastern France. - Sweden's teenage activist Greta Thunberg on April 16 urged Europeans to vote in next month's elections on behalf of young people like her who cannot yet cast ballots but demand decisive action against climate change. During a visit to the European Parliament in the French city of Strasbourg, Thunberg, 16, told a press conference that time is running out to stop the ravages of global warming. (Photo by FREDERICK FLORIN / AFP)
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Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg reacts as she speaks during a debate with the EU Environment, Public Health and Food Safety Committee during a session at the European Parliament on April 16, 2019 in Strasbourg, eastern France. - Sweden's teenage activist Greta Thunberg on April 16 urged Europeans to vote in next month's elections on behalf of young people like her who cannot yet cast ballots but demand decisive action against climate change. During a visit to the European Parliament in the French city of Strasbourg, Thunberg, 16, told a press conference that time is running out to stop the ravages of global warming. (Photo by FREDERICK FLORIN / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg reacts during a debate with the EU Environment, Public Health and Food Safety Committee during a session at the European Parliament on April 16, 2019 in Strasbourg, eastern France. - Sweden's teenage activist Greta Thunberg on April 16 urged Europeans to vote in next month's elections on behalf of young people like her who cannot yet cast ballots but demand decisive action against climate change. During a visit to the European Parliament in the French city of Strasbourg, Thunberg, 16, told a press conference that time is running out to stop the ravages of global warming. (Photo by FREDERICK FLORIN / AFP)
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