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New Zealand: Eight missing after volcanic eruption 'likely dead'

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New Zealand: Eight missing after volcanic eruption 'likely dead'

New Zealand: Eight missing after volcanic eruption 'likely dead'

At least six people were killed in the eruption on White Island and dozens more injured.

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