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New Zealand volcano victims' bodies to be removed from island

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New Zealand volcano victims' bodies to be removed from island

New Zealand volcano victims' bodies to be removed from island

Officials say they will remove the remaining bodies from a New Zealand volcano island on Friday.

The volatility of the volcano continues to rise.

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