French spy still refuses to apologise for fatal Rainbow Warrior bombing

In an interview with New Zealand media on the 32nd anniversary of the infamous sinking of the Greenpeace boat which was due to mount a protest against France's nuclear tests in the south Pacific Ocean, Christine Cabon, a retired French intelligence officer who took part in the operation, admitted the attack, which caused the death of an onboard photographer, was a 'terrorist' act.

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A French undercover agent who eluded police after the Rainbow Warrior attack has broken a 32-year silence - but she refuses to say "sorry", reports The Sydney Morning Herald.