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Direct Action at Wilmar Refinery in North Sulawesi (Drone Photos) 

Direct Action at Wilmar Refinery in North Sulawesi (Drone Photos) 

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Drone images showing twenty-three Greenpeace activists and four members of the Indonesian rock band Boomerang occupying a palm oil refinery belonging to the world’s largest palm oil trader, Wilmar International. PT Multi Nabati Sulawesi, the refinery, on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi, processes palm oil from producer groups destroying rainforest in Papua and Papua New Guinea. 
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