Australian scientists have identified the remains of Ned Kelly, the country's most infamous outlaw.
He was hanged in 1880 after being convicted of killing a policeman, and spending years on the run.
Kelly was the subject of the world’s first ever feature film in 1906 and, even today, opinion is split as to whether he was a cold-blooded killer or a folk hero who took a stand against colonial persecution.
But the renegade's legend lives on, as Al Jazeera’s Andrew Thomas reports from Sydney.
Source: Al Jazeera