Australia PM Apologizes to Aboriginals

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Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd delivered a formal apology today to Aboriginals. The country's assimilation policies separated Aboriginal children from their families for much of the last century. Alex Chadwick talks to Dawn Smith about how she was taken from her family when she was only 7.

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