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NZ police will continue efforts to retrieve remaining two bodies on volcano

Reuters Friday, 13 December 2019
New Zealand's police commissioner said on Friday that authorities will continue their efforts to retrieve the remaining two bodies on the volcanic White Island that fatally erupted earlier this week.
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News video: Tremors thwart NZ volcano recovery, say police

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Increasing tremor activity on a volcanic island in New Zealand has hampered efforts by authorities to recover the bodies of eight people believed to be on the island, two days after it erupted.

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