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1. Record numbers gather at ANZAC Day dawn services across Australia and around the world.
A record crowd of 120,000 have gathered for the Anzac Day dawn service at the Australian War Memorial in Canberra marking the 100th anniversary of the Gallipoli landing.
Seating was full at the parade ground by 5:00am, with tens of thousands of people packing in to view the solemn service.
An Indigenous sailor broke the silence and begun the service playing the didgeridoo in commemoration of the Anzac sacrifice.
The sound of Able Seaman Boatswains Mate Alan Paaterson’s didgeridoo split the dawn and echoed across the parade ground on a mild Canberra morning.
Today marks 100 years since Australian and New Zealand troops launched a bloody attack on the Gallipoli peninsula.
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