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Lindy Chamberlain and husband Michael Chamberlain shown in October 1990 when Lindy launched her book on the disappearance of her baby daughter Azaria in 1980. The Northen Territory Government awarded Lindy 680,000USD and Michael 300,000USD as compensation for Lindy being jailed for three years for the murder of Azaria. The conviction was quashed in 1988. (AP Photo/Russell McPhadran)

Court rules dingo took baby

A coroner in the northern city of Darwin concluded June 12 that a dingo, or wild dog, had taken Azaria Chamberlain from her parents' tent in 1980 near Ayers Rock, the red monolith in the Australian desert now known by its Aboriginal name Uluru.