The Rainbow Warrior In New Zealand

Photo | 9 January, 2013

Ngati Kura kaumatua Nau Epiha (L) blesses the Rainbow Warrior, on her first visit to New Zealand, as she visits Matauri Bay, Northland, at the resting place of the original Rainbow Warrior, which was bombed by French secret service agents in Auckland in 1985. Ngati Kura, the guardians of the waters where the first Warrior lies, and Greenpeace crew, take part in a whakatau ceremony to welcome the ship.

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