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Greenpeace warriors rock the deep-sea mining boat

Greenpeace International has staged a peaceful protest challenging UK Royal Research Vessel the James Cook as it returned from a seven-week expedition exploring areas of the Pacific Ocean designated for deep sea mining.

 Greenpeace International has staged a peaceful protest challenging a UK Royal Research Vessel

Greenpeace International has staged a peaceful protest challenging a UK Royal Research Vessel

The protest was initiated by a Greenpeace activist who unfurled a banner reading "Say No to Deep Sea Mining," while two Māori activists swam before the ship holding flags reading "Don't Mine the Moana"...

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