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Toll rises to 20 from New Zealand volcano eruption as two declared dead

Reuters Thursday, 23 January 2020
The death toll rose to 20 on Thursday from a volcanic eruption on New Zealand's White Island last month, as two people still missing were officially confirmed dead.
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