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AUSTRALIA-POLITICS/ABORIGINAL
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February 12, 2008
Australia's Prime Minister Kevin Rudd (2nd R) and opposition leader Brendan Nelson (2nd L) pose with...
Canberra, Australia
Australia's PM Rudd and opposition leader Nelson pose with Aboriginal performers in Canberra
Australia's Prime Minister Kevin Rudd (2nd R) and opposition leader Brendan Nelson (2nd L) pose with Aboriginal performers after an Aboriginal welcoming ceremony at Parliament House in Canberra February 12, 2008. Aborigines playing didgeridoos and smeared with white body paint overturned hundreds of years of British tradition in Australia on Tuesday by taking part in the official opening of the nation's new parliamentary session. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA-PHILIPPINES/
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May 31, 2007
Philippine President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo (2nd L) and Australia's Prime Minister John Howard (2nd...
Canberra, Australia
Philippine President Arroyo and Australia's PM Howard watch as Philippine Defence Secretary Ebdane and...
Philippine President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo (2nd L) and Australia's Prime Minister John Howard (2nd R) watch as Philippine Defence Secretary Hermogenes Ebdane (L) and Australian Defence Minister Brendan Nelson exchange documents after signing a security pact at Parliament House in Canberra May 31, 2007. The Philippines and Australia on Thursday signed a defence pact which will see elite Australian commandos and soldiers train Philippines troops to step up the fight against insurgents in the troubled south. REUTERS/Alan Porritt/Pool (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA-PHILIPPINES/
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May 31, 2007
Philippine President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo (2nd L) and Australian Prime Minister John Howard (2nd R)...
Canberra, Australia
Philippine President Arroyo and Australian PM Howard watch as the signing of a security pact at Parliament...
Philippine President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo (2nd L) and Australian Prime Minister John Howard (2nd R) watch as Philippine Defence Secretary Hermogenes Ebdane (L) and Australian Defence Minister Brendan Nelson sign a security pact at Parliament House in Canberra May 31, 2007. The Philippines and Australia on Thursday signed a defence pact which will see elite Australian commandos and soldiers train Philippines troops to step up the fight against insurgents in the troubled south. REUTERS/Alan Porritt/Pool (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA-PHILIPPINES/
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May 31, 2007
Philippine President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo (2nd L) watches with Australian Prime Minister John Howard...
Canberra, Australia
Philippine President Arroyo watches with Australian PM Howard as Philippine Secretary of Defence Ebdane...
Philippine President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo (2nd L) watches with Australian Prime Minister John Howard (2nd R) as Philippine Secretary of Defence Hermogenes Ebdane (L) and Australian Defence Minister Brendan Nelson exchange documents relating to a military agreement between the two countries during a signing ceremony at Canberra's Parliament House May 31, 2007. Arroyo is on a two-day visit to Australia. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA-PHILIPPINES
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May 31, 2007
Philippine President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo (2nd L) watches with Australian Prime Minister John Howard...
Canberra, Australia
Philippine President Arroyo and Australian PM Howard watches as documents are exchanged at the Parliament...
Philippine President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo (2nd L) watches with Australian Prime Minister John Howard (2nd R) as Philippine Secretary of Defense Hermogenes Ebdane (L) and Australian Minister for Defence Brendan Nelson (R) exchange documents on a military agreement between the two countries during a signing ceremony at the Parliament House in Canberra May 31, 2007. Arroyo is on a two-day visit to Australia. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA)
IRAQ USA AUSTRALIA
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March 16, 2006
(L-R) Australian Prime Minister John Howard, Attorney-General Phillip Ruddock, U.S. Secretary of State...
Sydney, Australia
Australian PM Howard, Attorney-General Ruddock, US Secretary of State Rice, FM Downer, Janette and DM...
(L-R) Australian Prime Minister John Howard, Attorney-General Phillip Ruddock, U.S. Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice, Australian Foreign Minister Alexander Downer, Janette Howard, wife of PM Howard, and Australian Defence Minister Brendan Nelsons talk at Kirribilli House in Sydney March 16, 2006. To Australian protesters' cries of "war criminal" and "murderer", Rice defended her government's role in Iraq on Thursday and said patience and sacrifice were needed to finish the job. Speaking to students at the University of Sydney's Conservatorium of Music, Rice said she understood why people found it hard to be positive about Iraq when all they saw on their television screens was violence. REUTERS/Paul Miller/POOL
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