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Skeletal remains to return to Australia

The Natural History Museum in London is to return the skeletal remains of 138 indigenous people to Australia.

It follows a long campaign by aboriginal leaders who regarded their removal as an affront to their culture.

Richard Lane, director of science at the museum, explains the decision.

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