'Xena' actress arrested in NZ oil protest

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In this photo provided by Greenpeace, actress Lucy Lawless, fourth from left, and five Greenpeace activists, from left, Mike Buchanan, Raoni Hammer, Vivienne Hadlow, Shai Nades and Shayne Comino, speak to the media outside the central police station in New Plymouth, New Zealand, Monday, Feb. 27, 2012, after their release on bail on charges relating to protesting aboard Arctic oil-drilling ship, the Noble Discoverer, in Port Taranaki. Police on Monday arrested actress Lawless and the five Greenpeace environmental activists after the group spent four days protesting aboard the oil-drilling ship docked in New Zealand. (AP Photo/Greenpeace, Nigel Marple) NO SALES, NO ARCHIVES, EDITORIAL USE ONLY, MANDATORY CREDIT

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"Xena: Warrior Princess" actress Lucy Lawless was arrested in New Zealand Feb. 27 after occupying an oil-drilling ship for three days to protest plans to search for oil off Alaska, Greenpeace said.

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