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Despite risk, NZ Police prepare to retrieve bodies of Whakaari volcano victims

SBS Thursday, 12 December 2019
After weighing up the risks, New Zealand police have decided to attempt the retrieval of eight bodies from White Island on Friday morning.
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News video: New Zealand volcano: Officials begin recovery of bodies following eruption

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Authorities in New Zealand have begun recovering the bodies of eight victims left behind on volcanic White Island following the deadly eruption. A traditional blessing was held at sea with family members of the victims on Friday local time after police confirmed that conditions were stable enough to...

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