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AUSTRALIA/
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November 27, 2013
An Aboriginal man plays a traditional musical instrument called a didgeridoo as he performs a "Welcome...
Sydney, Australia
Aboriginal man plays a traditional musical instrument called a didgeridoo as he performs a "Welcome to...
An Aboriginal man plays a traditional musical instrument called a didgeridoo as he performs a "Welcome to Country" ceremony in front of the Sydney Opera House November 27, 2013. The ceremony was performed during the official announcement of the World Parks Congress, which will be held in Sydney next year. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
POPE-AUSTRALIA/YOUTH
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July 15, 2008
An Aboriginal performer plays a didgeridoo before the start of the World Youth Day's opening mass in...
Sydney, Australia
Aboriginal performer plays a didgeridoo before the start of the World Youth Day opening mass in Sydney...
An Aboriginal performer plays a didgeridoo before the start of the World Youth Day's opening mass in Sydney July 15, 2008. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA)
SOCCER/FIFA
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May 29, 2008
An Australian aborigine performs with a didgeridoo during the opening ceremony of the 58th FIFA congress...
Sydney, Australia
An Australiam aborigine perfroms with a didgeridoo at Sydney Opera House
An Australian aborigine performs with a didgeridoo during the opening ceremony of the 58th FIFA congress at Sydney Opera House May 29, 2008. Delegates of 203 countries attended the congress which will run until May 30. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA-ABORIGINIES/BURIAL
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May 30, 2007
An aboriginal man in traditional dress plays a didgeridoo next to aboriginal remains wrapped in bark...
Sydney, Australia
An aboriginal man in traditional dress plays a didgeridoo next to aboriginal remains wrapped in bark...
An aboriginal man in traditional dress plays a didgeridoo next to aboriginal remains wrapped in bark before a traditional burial ceremony in Sydney Harbour National Park May 30, 2007. Aborigines have campaigned for decades for the return of ancestral remains from museums in Australia and around the world and these were the last of 28 held by Sydney University. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA-ABORIGINIES/BURIAL
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May 30, 2007
An aboriginal man in traditional dress (L) plays a didgeridoo as people carrying aboriginal remains wrapped...
Sydney, Australia
An aboriginal man plays a didgeridoo as people carrying aboriginal remains wrapped in bark in Sydney...
An aboriginal man in traditional dress (L) plays a didgeridoo as people carrying aboriginal remains wrapped in bark pass by a smoking fire on their way to a traditional burial ceremony in Sydney Harbour National Park May 30, 2007. Aborigines have campaigned for decades for the return of ancestral remains from museums in Australia and around the world and these were the last of 28 held by Sydney University. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
YEAREND PICTURES
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April 28, 2002
Aboriginal peformer Les Saxby plays a traditional aboriginal musical
instrument known as a didgeridoo...
Sydney, Australia
YEAREND PICTURES 2002.
Aboriginal peformer Les Saxby plays a traditional aboriginal musical
instrument known as a didgeridoo on the shores of Sydney's Botany Bay
April 29, 2002 during the Meeting of Two Cultures ceremony. The annual
ceremony celebrates at the exact spot where 232 years ago the famous
British explorer James Cook landed upon Australia, and is attended by
local community groups as part of the ongoing reconciliation process
with the local indigenous cultures. REUTERS/David Gray REUTERS

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