France Breaking News: Security Probe Launched After Activists Break Into French Nuclear Power Plant

Around 30 Greenpeace activists climbed fences to break into a nuclear power plant in southern France at dawn, saying they wanted to expose security flaws and demand its closure. French President Francois Hollande said Europe's second-largest economy was recovering and tried to fight deepening pessimism in an interview, two days after ratings agency Fitch stripped the country of its last top-notch credit rating. France breathed a sigh of relief after Anglo-Australian mining giant Rio Tinto said it had received a binding offer for its French aluminum plant, in a deal that - if approved - would save more than 500 jobs.
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