Australia Indigenous sites: Inquiry advises Rio Tinto to compensate

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    Mining Giant Rio Tinto is facing renewed pressure over its destruction of sacred Aboriginal rock shelters in Australia.

    A national inquiry is recommending it pay compensation to traditional owners and rebuild what it destroyed.

    Al Jazeera’s Nicola Gage reports from Australia’s capital, Canberra.

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    Rio Tinto Group, RIO (ASX), is an Anglo-Australian multinational and the world’s second largest metals and mining corporation, behind BHP, producing iron ore, copper, diamonds, gold and uranium.

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