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Two Aussies back home after NZ volcano

SBS Wednesday, 11 December 2019
Australian Defence Force planes have begun bringing home citizens badly injured in New Zealand's deadly White Island volcano eruption.
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New Zealand divers continue search as death toll rises 01:30

New Zealand divers searched contaminated waters near the volcanic White Island for two remaining bodies on Saturday, as the death toll from an eruption rose to at least 15 people, the police said. Lauren Anthony reports.

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