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November 01, 2017
FILE PHOTO - The Indigenous Australian community of Mutitjulu can be seen on the eastern side of Uluru,...
Alice Springs, Australia
FILE PHOTO - The Indigenous Australian community of Mutitjulu can be seen on the eastern side of Uluru,...
FILE PHOTO - The Indigenous Australian community of Mutitjulu can be seen on the eastern side of Uluru, also known as Ayers Rock, in this aerial photo taken in the Northern Territory, Australia, June 14, 2016. REUTERS/David Gray/File photo
AUSTRALIA-NATURE/
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June 15, 2016
The Indigenous Australian community of Mutitjulu can be seen on the eastern side of Uluru, also known...
Alice Springs, Australia
The Indigenous Australian community of Mutitjulu can be seen on the eastern side of Uluru, also known...
The Indigenous Australian community of Mutitjulu can be seen on the eastern side of Uluru, also known as Ayers Rock, in this aerial photo taken in the Northern Territory, Australia, June 14, 2016. REUTERS/David Gray
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June 15, 2016
Salt lakes and sand dunes are seen in this aerial photo taken in the Northern Territory, Australia, June...
Alice Springs, Australia
Salt lakes and sand dunes are seen in this aerial photo taken in the Northern Territory, Australia
Salt lakes and sand dunes are seen in this aerial photo taken in the Northern Territory, Australia, June 14, 2016. REUTERS/David Gray
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June 15, 2016
The Indigenous Australian community of Mutitjulu can be seen on the eastern side of Uluru, also known...
Alice Springs, Australia
The Indigenous Australian community of Mutitjulu can be seen on the eastern side of Uluru, also known...
The Indigenous Australian community of Mutitjulu can be seen on the eastern side of Uluru, also known as Ayers Rock, in this aerial photo taken in the Northern Territory, Australia, June 14, 2016. REUTERS/David Gray TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
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June 12, 2012
Michael Chamberlain and Lindy Chamberlain smile as they pose for a photography in Alice Springs in this...
Alice Springs, Australia
Michael Chamberlain and Lindy Chamberlain smile as they pose for a photography in Alice Springs in this...
Michael Chamberlain and Lindy Chamberlain smile as they pose for a photography in Alice Springs in this undated file photo. A 32-year legal mystery over the death of a baby in Australia's outback came to an end on Tuesday when a coroner found a dingo was responsible for killing infant Azaria Chamberlain, a case that split national opinion and attracted global headlines. REUTERS/Russel McPhedran (AUSTRALIA - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY ANIMALS)
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July 10, 2007
Aboriginal artist Janelle Stockman works in a warehouse in Alice Springs July 5, 2007. REUTERS/Tim...
Alice Springs, Australia
Aboriginal artist Stockman works in a warehouse in Alice Springs
Aboriginal artist Janelle Stockman works in a warehouse in Alice Springs July 5, 2007. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
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July 10, 2007
Aboriginal artist Janelle Stockman works in a warehouse in Alice Springs July 5, 2007. REUTERS/Tim...
Alice Springs, Australia
Aboriginal artist Stockman works in a warehouse in Alice Springs
Aboriginal artist Janelle Stockman works in a warehouse in Alice Springs July 5, 2007. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
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July 10, 2007
Aboriginal artist Janelle Stockman works in a warehouse in Alice Springs, July 5, 2007. REUTERS/Tim...
Alice Springs, Australia
Aboriginal artist Stockman works in a warehouse in Alice Springs
Aboriginal artist Janelle Stockman works in a warehouse in Alice Springs, July 5, 2007. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
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July 10, 2007
Aboriginal artist Janelle Stockman works in a warehouse in Alice Springs July 5, 2007. REUTERS/Tim...
Alice Springs, Australia
Aboriginal artist Stockman works in a warehouse in Alice Springs
Aboriginal artist Janelle Stockman works in a warehouse in Alice Springs July 5, 2007. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
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July 10, 2007
Aboriginal artist Janelle Stockman works in a warehouse in Alice Springs July 5, 2007. REUTERS/Tim...
Alice Springs, Australia
Aboriginal artist Stockman works in a warehouse in Alice Springs
Aboriginal artist Janelle Stockman works in a warehouse in Alice Springs July 5, 2007. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
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July 10, 2007
A secure bar code label is displayed on top of an Aboriginal artwork at a gallery in the central town...
Alice Springs, Australia
Secure bar code label is displayed on top of an Aboriginal artwork at a gallery in Alice Springs
A secure bar code label is displayed on top of an Aboriginal artwork at a gallery in the central town of Alice Springs July 5, 2007. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
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July 10, 2007
Aboriginal artist Janelle Stockman works in a warehouse in the central town of Alice Springs July 5,...
Alice Springs, Australia
Aboriginal artist Stockman works in a warehouse in Alice Springs
Aboriginal artist Janelle Stockman works in a warehouse in the central town of Alice Springs July 5, 2007. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
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July 10, 2007
A dry riverbed snakes across the desert, southeast of the central town of Alice Springs, July 6, 2007....
Alice Springs, Australia
Dry riverbed snakes across the desert southeast of Alice Springs
A dry riverbed snakes across the desert, southeast of the central town of Alice Springs, July 6, 2007. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
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July 09, 2007
Three Aboriginal women walk down the Todd River's dry bed in the central Australian town of Alice Springs...
Alice Springs, Australia
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Three Aboriginal women walk down the Todd River's dry bed in the central Australian town of Alice Springs July 5, 2007. Photograph taken July 5, 2007. TO MATCH FEATURE AUSTRALIA-ABORIGINES/PATROL REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
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July 09, 2007
A Tangentyere council night patrol unit stops in the man shopping district in the central Australian...
Alice Springs, Australia
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A Tangentyere council night patrol unit stops in the man shopping district in the central Australian town of Alice Springs in this picture taken July 5, 2007. Photograph taken July 5, 2007. TO MATCH FEATURE AUSTRALIA-ABORIGINES/PATROL REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
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July 08, 2007
A staff member (R) of the Tangentyere night patrol assists an intoxicated Aboriginal man at an alcohol...
Alice Springs, Australia
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A staff member (R) of the Tangentyere night patrol assists an intoxicated Aboriginal man at an alcohol centre in the central Australian town of Alice Springs in this picture taken July 5, 2007. A recent report found a "river of grog" or alcohol was destroying aboriginal communities in the outback Northern Territory and fuelling violence. Prime Minister John Howard has declared a national emergency and sent police and troops to end the binge drinking, violence and sexual abuse against women and children. Photograph taken July 5, 2007. TO MATCH FEATURE AUSTRALIA-ABORIGINES/PATROL REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
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July 08, 2007
Staff of the Tangentyere night patrol assist an intoxicated Aboriginal woman (C) into their patrol car...
Alice Springs, Australia
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Staff of the Tangentyere night patrol assist an intoxicated Aboriginal woman (C) into their patrol car in the central Australian town of Alice Springs in this picture taken July 5, 2007. A recent report found a "river of grog" or alcohol was destroying aboriginal communities in the outback Northern Territory and fuelling violence. Prime Minister John Howard has declared a national emergency and sent police and troops to end the binge drinking, violence and sexual abuse against women and children. Photograph taken July 5, 2007. TO MATCH FEATURE AUSTRALIA-ABORIGINES/PATROLS REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
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July 08, 2007
Christina Jack of Tangentyere council day patrol makes an early morning run down the dry Todd River in...
Alice Springs, Australia
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Christina Jack of Tangentyere council day patrol makes an early morning run down the dry Todd River in the central Australian town of Alice Springs in this picture taken July 5, 2007. Photograph taken July 5, 2007. TO MATCH FEATURE AUSTRALIA-ABORIGINES/PATROL REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
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July 08, 2007
Empty beer cans lie on the Todd River's dry bed in the central Australian town of Alice Springs in this...
Alice Springs, Australia
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Empty beer cans lie on the Todd River's dry bed in the central Australian town of Alice Springs in this picture taken July 5, 2007. A recent report found a "river of grog" or alcohol was destroying aboriginal communities in the outback Northern Territory and fuelling violence. Prime Minister John Howard has declared a national emergency and sent police and troops to end the binge drinking, violence and sexual abuse against women and children. Photograph taken July 5, 2007. TO MATCH FEATURE AUSTRALIA-ABORIGINES/PATROLS REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
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July 08, 2007
Staff members (R) of the Tangentyere night patrol and of an alcohol centre (L) assist an intoxicated...
Alice Springs, Australia
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Staff members (R) of the Tangentyere night patrol and of an alcohol centre (L) assist an intoxicated Aboriginal woman in the central Australian town of Alice Springs in this picture taken July 5, 2007. A recent report found a "river of grog" or alcohol was destroying aboriginal communities in the outback Northern Territory and fuelling violence. Prime Minister John Howard has declared a national emergency and sent police and troops to end the binge drinking, violence and sexual abuse against women and children. Photograph taken July 5, 2007. TO MATCH FEATURE AUSTRALIA-ABORIGINES/PATROL REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
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July 08, 2007
Staff of Tangentyere council day patrol assist an intoxicated Aboriginal man into their car as they patrol...
Alice Springs, Australia
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Staff of Tangentyere council day patrol assist an intoxicated Aboriginal man into their car as they patrol the dry Todd River in the central Australian town of Alice Springs in this picture taken July 5, 2007. A recent report found a "river of grog" or alcohol was destroying aboriginal communities in the outback Northern Territory and fuelling violence. Prime Minister John Howard has declared a national emergency and sent police and troops to end the binge drinking, violence and sexual abuse against women and children. Photograph taken July 5, 2007. TO MATCH FEATURE AUSTRALIA-ABORIGINES/PATROL REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
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July 08, 2007
Ros Forester (L) of Tangentyere council night patrol assists an intoxicated Aboriginal woman who had...
Alice Springs, Australia
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Ros Forester (L) of Tangentyere council night patrol assists an intoxicated Aboriginal woman who had been stabbed during a domestic dispute in a town camp outside the central Australian town of Alice Springs in this picture taken July 5, 2007. A recent report found a "river of grog" or alcohol was destroying aboriginal communities in the outback Northern Territory and fuelling violence. Prime Minister John Howard has declared a national emergency and sent police and troops to end the binge drinking, violence and sexual abuse against women and children. Photograph taken July 5, 2007. TO MATCH FEATURE AUSTRALIA-ABORIGINES/PATROLS REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
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July 08, 2007
Christina Jack of Tangentyere council day patrol makes a check of the only dry aboriginal town camp in...
Alice Springs, Australia
TO MATCH FEATURE AUSTRALIA-ABORIGINES/PATROLS
Christina Jack of Tangentyere council day patrol makes a check of the only dry aboriginal town camp in the central Australian town of Alice Springs in this picture taken July 5, 2007. A recent report found a "river of grog" or alcohol was destroying aboriginal communities in the outback Northern Territory and fuelling violence. Prime Minister John Howard has declared a national emergency and sent police and troops to end the binge drinking, violence and sexual abuse against women and children.Photograph taken July 5, 2007. TO MATCH FEATURE AUSTRALIA-ABORIGINES/PATROL REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
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July 08, 2007
An Aboriginal man in the central Australian town of Alice Springs carries a case of beer to a town camp...
Alice Springs, Australia
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An Aboriginal man in the central Australian town of Alice Springs carries a case of beer to a town camp from a nearby liquor store in this picture taken July 5, 2007. A recent report found a "river of grog" or alcohol was destroying aboriginal communities in the outback Northern Territory and fuelling violence. Prime Minister John Howard has declared a national emergency and sent police and troops to end the binge drinking, violence and sexual abuse against women and children. Photograph taken July 5, 2007. TO MATCH FEATURE AUSTRALIA-ABORIGINES/PATROLS REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
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July 08, 2007
Aboriginal woman Roseanne Morris walks past a grog (alcohol) free zone sign as she leaves the Tangentyere...
Alice Springs, Australia
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Aboriginal woman Roseanne Morris walks past a grog (alcohol) free zone sign as she leaves the Tangentyere Council bank in the central Australian town of Alice Springs in this picture taken July 4, 2007. A recent report found a "river of grog" or alcohol was destroying aboriginal communities in the outback Northern Territory and fuelling violence. Prime Minister John Howard has declared a national emergency and sent police and troops to end the binge drinking, violence and sexual abuse against women and children. Photograph taken July 4, 2007. TO MATCH FEATURE AUSTRALIA-ABORIGINES/PATROLS REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
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July 08, 2007
Three Aboriginal women walk down the Todd River's dry bed in the central Australian town of Alice Springs...
Alice Springs, Australia
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Three Aboriginal women walk down the Todd River's dry bed in the central Australian town of Alice Springs in this picture taken on July 5, 2007. Photograph taken July 5, 2007. TO MATCH FEATURE AUSTRALIA-ABORIGINES/PATROLS REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA-ABORIGINES/ALCOHOL
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July 06, 2007
A car drives past a public bar nicknamed by some local residents as "the Animal Bar" in the central Australian...
Alice Springs, Australia
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A car drives past a public bar nicknamed by some local residents as "the Animal Bar" in the central Australian town of Alice Springs, July 6, 2007. A recent report found a "river of grog" or alcohol was destroying aboriginal communities in the outback Northern Territory and fuelling violence against women and children. To match feature AUSTRALIA-ABORIGINES/ALCOHOL REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
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July 06, 2007
A town council sign indicates that camping and alcohol are prohibited in the Todd River's dry bed in...
Alice Springs, Australia
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A town council sign indicates that camping and alcohol are prohibited in the Todd River's dry bed in the central Australian town of Alice Springs, July 6, 2007. A recent report found a "river of grog" or alcohol was destroying aboriginal communities in the outback Northern Territory and fuelling violence against women and children. To match feature AUSTRALIA-ABORIGINES/ALCOHOL REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
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July 06, 2007
A group of Aboriginal men and women drink beer while sitting in the Todd River's dry bed in the central...
Alice Springs, Australia
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A group of Aboriginal men and women drink beer while sitting in the Todd River's dry bed in the central Australian town of Alice Springs, July 6, 2007. A recent report found a "river of grog" or alcohol was destroying aboriginal communities in the outback Northern Territory and fuelling violence against women and children. To match feature AUSTRALIA-ABORIGINES/ALCOHOL REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
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July 05, 2007
An aboriginal woman named Belinda and her seven-year-old daughter Treshina lie on a mattress outside...
Alice Springs, Australia
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An aboriginal woman named Belinda and her seven-year-old daughter Treshina lie on a mattress outside their home in "Hidden Valley" aboriginal camp on the outskirts of the central Australian town of Alice Springs July 3, 2007. A recent report found a "river of grog" or alcohol was destroying aboriginal communities in the outback Northern Territory and fuelling violence against women and children. Photograph taken July 3, 2007. To match feature AUSTRALIA-ABORIGINES/ALCOHOL REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
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July 05, 2007
An aboriginal woman named Belinda and her seven-year-old daughter Treshina lie on a mattress outside...
Alice Springs, Australia
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An aboriginal woman named Belinda and her seven-year-old daughter Treshina lie on a mattress outside their home in "Hidden Valley" aboriginal camp on the outskirts of the central Australian town of Alice Springs, sits in front of his house July 3, 2007. A recent report found a "river of grog" or alcohol was destroying aboriginal communities in the outback Northern Territory and fuelling violence against women and children. Photograph taken July 3, 2007. To match feature AUSTRALIA-ABORIGINES/ALCOHOL REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
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July 05, 2007
A child sits in the community centre at "Hidden Valley" aboriginal camp on the outskirts of the central...
Alice Springs, Australia
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A child sits in the community centre at "Hidden Valley" aboriginal camp on the outskirts of the central Australian town of Alice Springs July 3, 2007. A recent report found a "river of grog" or alcohol was destroying aboriginal communities in the outback Northern Territory and fuelling violence against women and children. Photograph taken July 3, 2007. To match feature AUSTRALIA-ABORIGINES/ALCOHOL REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
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July 05, 2007
An burnt out slippery dip sits in the middle of houses in "Hidden Valley" aboriginal camp on the outskirts...
Alice Springs, Australia
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An burnt out slippery dip sits in the middle of houses in "Hidden Valley" aboriginal camp on the outskirts of the central Australian town of Alice Springs July 3, 2007. A recent report found a "river of grog" or alcohol was destroying aboriginal communities in the outback Northern Territory and fuelling violence against women and children. Photograph taken July 3, 2007. To match feature AUSTRALIA-ABORIGINES/ALCOHOL REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
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July 05, 2007
Aborigine Daryl Allen (L), a 60-year-old resident of "Hidden Valley" aboriginal camp on the outskirts...
Alice Springs, Australia
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Aborigine Daryl Allen (L), a 60-year-old resident of "Hidden Valley" aboriginal camp on the outskirts of the central Australian town of Alice Springs, sits in front of his house July 3, 2007. A recent report found a "river of grog" or alcohol was destroying aboriginal communities in the outback Northern Territory and fuelling violence against women and children. Photograph taken July 3, 2007. To match feature AUSTRALIA-ABORIGINES/ALCOHOL REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
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July 05, 2007
A chain link fence surrounds a house in "Hidden Valley" aboriginal camp on the outskirts of the central...
Alice Springs, Australia
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A chain link fence surrounds a house in "Hidden Valley" aboriginal camp on the outskirts of the central Australian town of Alice Springs July 3, 2007. A recent report found a "river of grog" or alcohol was destroying aboriginal communities in the outback Northern Territory and fuelling violence against women and children. Photograph taken July 3, 2007. To match feature AUSTRALIA-ABORIGINES/ALCOHOL REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
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July 05, 2007
Aborigine Roseanne Morris stands on the veranda of her house in an aboriginal camp on the outskirts of...
Alice Springs, Australia
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Aborigine Roseanne Morris stands on the veranda of her house in an aboriginal camp on the outskirts of the central Australian town of Alice Springs, July 4, 2007. A recent report found a "river of grog" or alcohol was destroying aboriginal communities in the outback Northern Territory and fuelling violence against women and children. Photograph taken July 4, 2007. To match feature AUSTRALIA-ABORIGINES/ALCOHOL REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
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July 05, 2007
A sign outside a school at an aboriginal camp on the outskirts of the central Australian town of Alice...
Alice Springs, Australia
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A sign outside a school at an aboriginal camp on the outskirts of the central Australian town of Alice Springs warns drunks and petrol sniffers to stay away July 3, 2007. A recent report found a "river of grog" or alcohol was destroying aboriginal communities in the outback Northern Territory and fuelling violence against women and children. Photograph taken July 3, 2007. To match feature AUSTRALIA-ABORIGINES/ALCOHOL REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
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July 05, 2007
A child rides a bike through an aboriginal camp on the outskirts of the central Australian town of Alice...
Alice Springs, Australia
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A child rides a bike through an aboriginal camp on the outskirts of the central Australian town of Alice Springs, July 4, 2007. A recent report found a "river of grog" or alcohol was destroying aboriginal communities in the outback Northern Territory and fuelling violence against women and children. Photograph taken July 4, 2007. To match feature AUSTRALIA-ABORIGINES/ALCOHOL REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
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July 05, 2007
Aborigine Daryl Allen (L), a 60-year-old resident of "Hidden Valley" aboriginal camp on the outskirts...
Alice Springs, Australia
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Aborigine Daryl Allen (L), a 60-year-old resident of "Hidden Valley" aboriginal camp on the outskirts of the central Australian town of Alice Springs, sits in front of his house with his wife July 3, 2007. A recent report found a "river of grog" or alcohol was destroying aboriginal communities in the outback Northern Territory and fuelling violence against women and children. Photograph taken July 3, 2007. To match feature AUSTRALIA-ABORIGINES/ALCOHOL REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
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July 05, 2007
Aborigine Daryl Allen, a 60-year-old resident of "Hidden Valley" aboriginal camp on the outskirts of...
Alice Springs, Australia
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Aborigine Daryl Allen, a 60-year-old resident of "Hidden Valley" aboriginal camp on the outskirts of the central Australian town of Alice Springs, sits in front of his house July 3, 2007. A recent report found a "river of grog" or alcohol was destroying aboriginal communities in the outback Northern Territory and fuelling violence against women and children. Photograph taken July 3, 2007. To match feature AUSTRALIA-ABORIGINES/ALCOHOL REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
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July 05, 2007
The community of Santa Teresa (bottom) is seen in the desert about 85km (53 miles) south east of the...
Alice Springs, Australia
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The community of Santa Teresa (bottom) is seen in the desert about 85km (53 miles) south east of the central Australian town of Alice Springs July 2, 2007. A recent report found a "river of grog" or alcohol was destroying aboriginal communities in the outback Northern Territory and fuelling violence against women and children. Photograph taken July 2, 2007. TO MATCH FEATURE AUSTRALIA-ABORIGINES/GROG REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
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July 05, 2007
Aborigine William Tilmouth speaks during an interview in the central Australian town of Alice Springs...
Alice Springs, Australia
Head of the Tangentyere Council Aborigine Tilmouth speaks during an interview in Alice Springs
Aborigine William Tilmouth speaks during an interview in the central Australian town of Alice Springs where he is head of the Tangentyere Council which manages 18 of the town's aboriginal camps in this picture taken July 2, 2007. A recent report found a "river of grog" or alcohol was destroying aboriginal communities in the outback Northern Territory and fuelling violence against women and children. Picture taken July 2, 2007. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
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July 03, 2007
Aboriginal children, who are members of a circus group, practice in the central Australian town of Alice...
Alice Springs, Australia
Aboriginal children, who are members of a circus group, practice in Alice Springs
Aboriginal children, who are members of a circus group, practice in the central Australian town of Alice Springs July 3, 2007. The group is run by the Tangentyere Council which is responsible for the many town camps around the Alice Springs area and provides training to children from the camps. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
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July 03, 2007
An Aboriginal man holds a twig in a town camp outside the central Australian town of Alice Springs July...
Alice Springs, Australia
Aboriginal man holds a twig in a town camp outside Alice Springs
An Aboriginal man holds a twig in a town camp outside the central Australian town of Alice Springs July 3, 2007. Declaring abuse of Aboriginal children a national emergency, Prime Minister John Howard has said extra police and troops will be sent to black communities in the Northern Territory, alcohol will be banned and Aboriginal children will have health checks. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
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July 03, 2007
Aboriginal children, who are members of the Drum Atweme performance group, rehearse in the central Australian...
Alice Springs, Australia
Aboriginal children, who are members of Drum Atweme rehearse in Alice Springs
Aboriginal children, who are members of the Drum Atweme performance group, rehearse in the central Australian town of Alice Springs July 3, 2007. The mostly female ensemble was formed in 2004 to support Aboriginal youths from the many town camps around the Alice Springs area and is only available to children who regularly attend school. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
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March 14, 2007
Two wild camels are seen in front of rock monoliths known as The Olgas in central Australia in this April...
Alice Springs, Australia
File photo of two wild camels in front of rock monoliths known as The Olgas in central Australia
Two wild camels are seen in front of rock monoliths known as The Olgas in central Australia in this April 20, 2004 file photo. Wild camels in drought-stricken Australia are in plague proportions, damaging the environment and property as they compete with native animals for food and water. Picture taken April 20, 2004. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne/Files (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA ABORIGINES
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May 23, 2006
Aboriginal children play in an outback community located in the North West Aboriginal Reserve in the...
Alice Springs, Australia
File photo of Aboriginal children playing in outback community located in North West Aboriginal Reserve...
Aboriginal children play in an outback community located in the North West Aboriginal Reserve in the Great Victoria Desert near the town of Alice Springs in this October 25, 1999 file photo. Australia has been too slow to act on endemic sexual abuse of Aboriginal women and children because of "cultural sensitivities", the country's acting prime minister, Treasurer Peter Costello said May 23, 2006, adding that "It doesn't matter what the colour of your skin is, a rape is a rape, child abuse is child abuse". His comments come a week after a central Australian prosecutor said sexual violence, fuelled by alcohol and drug abuse in black communities around the outback town of Alice Springs had been allowed because of fear and the cultural belief it was "men's business". REUTERS/David Gray/Files
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May 23, 2006
Two naked Aboriginal children walk along a road in their outback community located in the North West...
Alice Springs, Australia
Aboriginal children walk along road in North West Aboriginal Reserve in Great Victoria Desert
Two naked Aboriginal children walk along a road in their outback community located in the North West Aboriginal Reserve in the Great Victoria Desert, near the town of Alice Springs in this October 25, 1999 file photo. Australia has been too slow to act on endemic sexual abuse of Aboriginal women and children because of "cultural sensitivities", the country's acting prime minister, Treasurer Peter Costello said May 23, 2006, adding that "It doesn't matter what the colour of your skin is, a rape is a rape, child abuse is child abuse". His comments come a week after a central Australian prosecutor said sexual violence, fuelled by alcohol and drug abuse in black communities around the outback town of Alice Springs had been allowed because of fear and the cultural belief it was "men's business". REUTERS/David Gray/Files
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March 11, 2006
Aboriginal children play in the outback community located in the North West Aboriginal Reserve in the...
Alice Springs, Australia
File photo of Aboriginal children playing in outback community located in North West Aboriginal Reserve...
Aboriginal children play in the outback community located in the North West Aboriginal Reserve in the Great Victoria Desert near the town of Alice Springs October 25, 1999. Australia is shamefully lagging comparable developed Commonwealth nations such as Canada and New Zealand in the health of its indigenous people, a report by charity group Oxfam said on March 12, 2006. "It's a national scandal," Oxfam Australia Executive Director Andrew Hewett told Reuters. The Oxfam report said research showed Canada and New Zealand had made great strides in improving the health of their indigenous populations in areas such as life expectancy and infant mortality rates. "Aboriginal life expectancy is still 20 years less than than that of non-indigenous Australians," Hewett said. He said one in three indigenous Australian men could expect to die before the age of 55. REUTERS/David Gray/Files
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August 26, 2005
Aboriginal children play in the outback community located in the North West Aboriginal Reserve in the...
Alice Springs, Australia
Aboriginal children play in the North West Aboriginal Reserve in the Great Victoria Desert.
Aboriginal children play in the outback community located in the North West Aboriginal Reserve in the Great Victoria Desert near the town of Alice Springs in this October 25, 1999 file photo. Aborigines are dying at almost three times the rate of other Australians and have a life expectancy 17 years lower than the rest of the population, the Australian Bureau of Statistics said in a report on indigenous health August 26, 2005. The report added that Aborigines experience an earlier onset of most chronic diseases, with diabetes four times higher and hospitalisation rates 12 times more than the rest of Australians. REUTERS/David Gray DG/AT
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August 26, 2005
Two Aboriginal children walk along a road in the North West Aboriginal Reserve in the Great Victoria...
Alice Springs, Australia
Two Aboriginal children walk along a road in the North West Aboriginal Reserve in the Great ...
Two Aboriginal children walk along a road in the North West Aboriginal Reserve in the Great Victoria Desert. Two naked Aboriginal children walk along a road in their outback community located in the North West Aboriginal Reserve in the Great Victoria Desert, near the town of Alice Springs in this October 25, 1999 file photo. Aborigines are dying at almost three times the rate of other Australians and have a life expectancy 17 years lower than the rest of the population, the Australian Bureau of Statistics said in a report on indigenous health August 26, 2005. The report added that Aborigines experience an earlier onset of most chronic diseases, with diabetes four times higher and hospitalisation rates 12 times more than the rest of Australians. REUTERS/David Gray
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March 02, 2005
Australian Michael Jones dressed as Britain's Prince Charles dances during a stag night staged for the...
Alice Springs, Australia
Michael Jones dressed as Prince Charles dances during a party in Alice Springs, Australia.
Australian Michael Jones dressed as Britain's Prince Charles dances during a stag night staged for the prince at a local bar in Alice Springs March 2, 2005. The prince, who is due to marry Camilla Parker-Bowles, visited Alice Springs on Wednesday and was sent an invitation but flew out of the city as the party got into full swing. REUTERS/Russell Boyce RUS/YH
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March 02, 2005
Michael Jones dressed as Britain's Prince Charles and John Trozona dressed as Britain's Queen Elizabeth...
Alice Springs, Australia
Michael Jones dressed as Britain's Prince Charles and John Trozona dressed as Britain's Queen ...
Michael Jones dressed as Britain's Prince Charles and John Trozona dressed as Britain's Queen Elizabeth II dance in Alice Springs. Michael Jones dressed as Britain's Prince Charles and John Trozona dressed as Britain's Queen Elizabeth II dance during a stag night staged for the Prince in a bar in Alice Springs March 2, 2005. Charles is visiting Australia for a one-week tour, that includes a visit to the outback town of Alice Springs, then onto Melbourne, Sydney and Canberra. REUTERS/Russell Boyce
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March 02, 2005
Britain's Prince Charles waves his hat during a birds of prey demonstration in front of the Macdonnell...
Alice Springs, Australia
Britain's Prince Charles waves his hat during a birds of prey demonstration in Alice Springs.
Britain's Prince Charles waves his hat during a birds of prey demonstration in front of the Macdonnell Ranges at the Desert Park in Alice Springs March 2, 2005. Charles is visiting Australia for a one-week tour, that includes a visit to the outback town of Alice Springs, then onto Melbourne, Sydney and Canberra. REUTERS/Russell Boyce AUSTRALIA CHARLES
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March 02, 2005
A fly settles on Britain's Prince Charles' nose during a birds of prey demonstration in Alice Springs,...
Alice Springs, Australia
A fly settles on Britain's Prince Charles' nose during a birds of prey demonstration in Alice ...
A fly settles on Britain's Prince Charles' nose during a birds of prey demonstration in Alice Springs, Australia. A fly settles on Britain's Prince Charles' nose during a birds of prey demonstration in front of the Macdonnell Ranges at the Desert Park in Alice Springs, Australia March 2, 2005. Charles is visiting Australia for a one-week tour, including a visit to the outback town of Alice Springs, then Melbourne, Sydney and Canberra. REUTERS/Russell Boyce
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March 02, 2005
Flies settle on Britain's Prince Charles during a birds of prey demonstration in Alice Springs, Australia....
Alice Springs, Australia
Flies settle on Britain's Prince Charles during a birds of prey demonstration in Alice Springs, ...
Flies settle on Britain's Prince Charles during a birds of prey demonstration in Alice Springs, Australia. Flies settle on Britain's Prince Charles during a birds of prey demonstration in front of the Macdonnell Ranges at the Desert Park in Alice Springs March 2, 2005. Charles is visiting Australia for a one-week tour, that includes a visit to the outback town of Alice Springs, then onto Melbourne, Sydney and Canberra. REUTERS/Russell Boyce
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March 02, 2005
Britain's Prince Charles laughs as he points to photographers during a visit to a technology park in...
Alice Springs, Australia
Britain's Prince Charles laughs as he points to photographers during a visit to a technology park ......
Britain's Prince Charles laughs as he points to photographers during a visit to a technology park in Alice Springs, Australia. Britain's Prince Charles laughs as he points to photographers during a visit to a technology park in Alice Springs, Australia March 2, 2005. Charles is visiting Australia on a one-week tour that includes a visit to the outback town of Alice Springs, Melbourne, Sydney and Canberra. Pictures of the Month March 2005 REUTERS/Russell Boyce
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March 02, 2005
Britain's Prince Charles talks to traditionally dressed local Aboriginal dancers as he arrives in Alice...
Alice Springs, Australia
Britain's Prince Charles talks to traditionally dressed local Aboriginal dancers as he arrives in ......
Britain's Prince Charles talks to traditionally dressed local Aboriginal dancers as he arrives in Alice Springs, Australia. Britain's Prince Charles talks to traditionally dressed local Aboriginal dancers as he arrives in Alice Springs March 2, 2005. Charles is visiting Australia for a one-week tour, that includes a visit to the outback town of Alice Springs, then onto Melbourne, Sydney and Canberra. REUTERS/Russell Boyce
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March 02, 2005
Britain's Prince Charles enters a bush toilet during a visit to a technology park in Alice Springs, Australia....
Alice Springs, Australia
Britain's Prince Charles enters a bush toilet during a visit to a technology park in Alice ...
Britain's Prince Charles enters a bush toilet during a visit to a technology park in Alice Springs, Australia. Britain's Prince Charles enters a bush toilet during a visit to a technology park in Alice Springs, Australia March 2, 2005. Charles is visiting Australia for a six-day tour, including a visit to the outback town of Alice Springs, then Melbourne, Sydney and Canberra. REUTERS/Russell Boyce
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