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Aboriginal Australians meet at sacred Uluru to discuss first chance of recognition

Aboriginal Australian leaders are meeting at the sacred landmark of Uluru to decide how the country`s first inhabitants, who date back about 50,000 years before British colonisers arrived, should be recognised in the constitution for the first time.

Australian PM Malcolm Turnbull says British colonisation was ''invasion''

British colonisation of Australia at the end of the 18th century was an invasion of aboriginal land, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said on Tuesday.

Western Australia officially recognises Aborigines in constitution

 A bill to officially recognise Aborigines as the first people and custodians of the state of Western Australia (WA) was passed in the state parliament on Thursday.