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Removal of West Papuan mural 'clandestine' | Radio New Zealand News


Removal of West Papuan mural 'clandestine' | Radio New Zealand News: The art work, which was painted onto a wall in Darwin in 2015 and represents the solidarity between indigenous Australians and West Papuan people, was painted over on Sunday.

June Mills said it was not clear who was responsible for removing the mural and she's surprised by the clandestine approach.

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