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New Zealand recovery teams return to volcanic island, two remain missing; death toll rises to 16

Reuters Sunday, 15 December 2019
New Zealand recovery teams returned to the volcanic White Island on Sunday but were unable to locate two remaining bodies in their search, as the death toll from Monday's eruption rose to 16, police said.
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New Zealand recovery teams returned to the volcanic White Island on Sunday, but were unable to locate two remaining bodies in their search, the police said. Emer McCarthy reports.

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