John Key and Tony Abbot with a naval officer in foreground
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Australia and New Zealand commemorate Anzac dead

Ceremonies have taken place at Gallipoli in Turkey to commemorate those who died.

The campaign led to more than a 100,000 deaths on both sides.

It's seen as being a key part of the birth of modern Turkey and also of the growth of Australia and New Zealand, who contributed many of the soldiers.

Lucy Hockings reports.

  • 25 Apr 2015
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