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  • 2 hours Death toll rises to six in NZ after White Island eruption DailyTelegraph |World
    The death toll from New Zealand's White Island volcano disaster has risen to six with eight other people unaccounted for. The Coroner has started collecting information on clothing, jewellery, scars and tattoos as the process of identifying the victims has begun. Authorities warned the death toll was expected to rise and indicated no signs of life on the island. Police and recovery forces remain vigilant due to the possibility of another eruption. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said on Wednesday she is hopeful that the retrieval of the bodies could begin, however, the outlook provided by NZ research institute GNS Science ... more
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    The death toll from New Zealand's White Island volcano disaster has risen to six with eight other people unaccounted for. The Coroner has started collecting information on clothing, jewellery, scars and tattoos as the process of identifying the victims has begun. Authorities warned the death toll was expected to rise and indicated no signs of life on the island. Police and recovery forces remain vigilant due to the possibility of another eruption. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said on Wednesday she is hopeful that the retrieval of the bodies could begin, however, the outlook provided by NZ research institute GNS Science ... more
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    Greenland's ice caps are melting seven times faster than they were in the 1990s, with nearly four trillion tonnes of ice lost since 1992. If the rapid ice loss continues at the current rate, 100 million people will be flooded every year by the end of the century. Greenland is losing ice faster than expected with a rate of 254 billion tonnes lost each year since 2017. Image: AP ... more
  • 3 hours White Island eruption: Tour guide killed in blast admits he was afraid the volcano would blow Heraldsun |World
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    Supplied video obtained Tuesday, December 10, 2019, of Ministry of Health spokesperson Pete Watson speaking to media about the condition of the 31 people that survived Monday's volcanic eruption on Whakaari/White Island. Mr Watson says 27 of the 31 survivors have suffered greater than 30 per cent total body surface area burns. "Many have inhalation burns that require airway support," he says. He also says some Australian citizens, who are well enough, will be transferred to burns units in Australia. "All of our burns units are now full to capacity." (AAP VIDEO/Supplied/New Zealand Police) ... more
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    The death toll from New Zealand's White Island volcano disaster has risen to six with eight other people unaccounted for. The Coroner has started collecting information on clothing, jewellery, scars and tattoos as the process of identifying the victims has begun. Authorities warned the death toll was expected to rise and indicated no signs of life on the island. Police and recovery forces remain vigilant due to the possibility of another eruption. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said on Wednesday she is hopeful that the retrieval of the bodies could begin, however, the outlook provided by NZ research institute GNS Science ... more
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    Former US President Bill Clinton has weighed in on the Trump Impeachment saying Congress is doing its job. The US House of Representatives unveiled two articles of impeachment against the President Donald Trump as the former president said they're "doing what they believe is right". President Clinton was himself impeached in 1999 for perjury and obstruction of justice, but he was later acquitted. Image: AP ... more
  • 5 hours Australian survivors to be transferred home for treatment News |World
    Supplied video obtained Tuesday, December 10, 2019, of Ministry of Health spokesperson Pete Watson speaking to media about the condition of the 31 people that survived Monday's volcanic eruption on Whakaari/White Island. Mr Watson says 27 of the 31 survivors have suffered greater than 30 per cent total body surface area burns. "Many have inhalation burns that require airway support," he says. He also says some Australian citizens, who are well enough, will be transferred to burns units in Australia. "All of our burns units are now full to capacity." (AAP VIDEO/Supplied/New Zealand Police) ... more
  • 5 hours White Island eruption: Tour guide killed in blast admits he was afraid the volcano would blow News |World
    Hayden Marshall-Inman, a tour guide who died in the White Island eruption, said he feared the volatile volcano would blow in a prophetic video taken by a tourist on an earlier trip. ... more
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    Greenland's ice caps are melting seven times faster than they were in the 1990s, with nearly four trillion tonnes of ice lost since 1992. If the rapid ice loss continues at the current rate, 100 million people will be flooded every year by the end of the century. Greenland is losing ice faster than expected with a rate of 254 billion tonnes lost each year since 2017. Image: AP ... more
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    A protester was ejected from a campaign rally in Pennsylvania after she interrupted US President Donald Trump during his address on Tuesday night. President Trump was discussing the "impeachment hoax" when a woman began yelling at him. The president paused after continued calling out from the protester who was met with loud 'booing' from supporters. "Get her out... get her out," Mr Trump said while gesturing to authorities, to which crowds cheered on enthusiastically. "These guys want to be so politically correct... we don't want to be politically correct". ... more
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    The 'De facto leader' of Myanmar Aung San Suu Kyi will defend charges of genocide brought against her country at the Hague on Thursday. Myanmar is facing charges of genocide for its treatment of the Muslim Rohingya community, which is being brought by The Gambia. The allegations include "mass murder, mass rapes", and "destruction of villages". Protesters outside the Hague said Suu Kyi is "complicit" in the alleged genocide. She said the allegations "are not true" and her government and military was "carrying out a counter insurgency" against the Rohingya. Suu Kyi is expected to answer allegations on Thursday. Image: ... more
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    Authorities say several people, including a police officer have been killed in a shooting in New Jersey. SWAT teams, federal agents and state police were called to a major thoroughfare after reports of an active shooter situation. Two gunmen ran from roof-to-roof above shops and opened fire on civilians and police below. Shots rang out for at least an hour and sent schools and shops in the area into lock down. Image: AP ... more
  • 8 hours WADA’s Russia ban ‘politically motivated’ says Putin News |World
    Russian President Vladimir Putin says the World Anti-Doping Agency's decision to ban Russian athletes from major sporting events are "not based on care for clean international sport". WADA imposed a four-year ban on Russia from all global sport, including the 2020 Olympics and the 2022 World Cup finals. Mr Putin said WADA was being "politically motivated" as Olympic officials push for a blanket ban for the country. Image: AP ... more
  • 8 hours Claims Trump ‘abused his office as president’ News |World
    Sky News contributor Bruce Wolpe says “two articles of impeachment have been outlined against the US president” with claims Trump “abused his office as president by inviting Ukraine to interfere in the US election”, and that he “obstructed congress”. A third article of impeachment was not included - obstruction of justice - which would have captured the allegations against the president in the Robert Mueller investigation. Mr Wolpe told Sky News “this is power and accountability at the highest level under the US constitution”, and said he expected the articles to be taken to a vote early next week. “Trump ... more
  • 8 hours Afghanistan documents reveal US officials ‘lied’ about war News |World
    Journalist and film maker Michael Ware says the Afghanistan war is one "we can never get out of" and US and Afghan officials have "been lying" about how we are "losing worse now than we were anytime in the history of this war". On Monday the Washington Post published an article which detailed how US officials, including Generals and Diplomats, lied about the state of the war in Afghanistan. Mr Ware told Sky News government officials "haven't been able to tell us that we're losing," and described the war as one "we're just stuck with" and as a "Greek tragedy". ... more
  • 8 hours White Island volcano eruption: The search for bodies begins News |World
    Families in New Zealand will today face the agonising wait for their loved ones as the search for bodies begins today. ... more
  • 8 hours Eerie footage before volcano eruption DailyTelegraph |World
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  • 8 hours Myanmar facing charges of genocide after allegations of mass murder, rape DailyTelegraph |World
    The 'De facto leader' of Myanmar Aung San Suu Kyi will defend charges of genocide brought against her country at the Hague on Thursday. Myanmar is facing charges of genocide for its treatment of the Muslim Rohingya community, which is being brought by The Gambia. The allegations include "mass murder, mass rapes", and "destruction of villages". Protesters outside the Hague said Suu Kyi is "complicit" in the alleged genocide. She said the allegations "are not true" and her government and military was "carrying out a counter insurgency" against the Rohingya. Suu Kyi is expected to answer allegations on Thursday. Image: ... more
  • 8 hours Pompeo and Russian foreign minister clash over election meddling DailyTelegraph |World
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  • 8 hours Why NZ volcano blew up DailyTelegraph |World
    When New Zealand’s White Island volcano erupted suddenly on Monday afternoon, a litany of violent blasts rang out, flinging ash a staggering 3.5km into the sky, and covering the volcano’s floor with hot debris, before everything went eerily quiet just minutes later. ... more
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  • 8 hours Afghanistan documents reveal US officials ‘lied’ about war DailyTelegraph |World
    Journalist and film maker Michael Ware says the Afghanistan war is one "we can never get out of" and US and Afghan officials have "been lying" about how we are "losing worse now than we were anytime in the history of this war". On Monday the Washington Post published an article which detailed how US officials, including Generals and Diplomats, lied about the state of the war in Afghanistan. Mr Ware told Sky News government officials "haven't been able to tell us that we're losing," and described the war as one "we're just stuck with" and as a "Greek tragedy". ... more
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    Authorities say several people, including a police officer have been killed in a shooting in New Jersey. SWAT teams, federal agents and state police were called to a major thoroughfare after reports of an active shooter situation. Two gunmen ran from roof-to-roof above shops and opened fire on civilians and police below. Shots rang out for at least an hour and sent schools and shops in the area into lock down. Image: AP ... more
  • 8 hours Six killed in furious US gun battle DailyTelegraph |World
    A volley of shots have been fired in New Jersey and several people are dead in scenes reminiscent of a “war zone”. ... more
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    Families in New Zealand will today face the agonising wait for their loved ones as the search for bodies begins today. ... more
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  • 9 hours White Island volcano eruption: The search for bodies begins Heraldsun |World
    Families in New Zealand will today face the agonising wait for their loved ones as the search for bodies begins today. ... more
  • 9 hours Multiple People, Including One Police Officer, Killed in Standoff Heraldsun |World
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    Journalist and film maker Michael Ware says the Afghanistan war is one "we can never get out of" and US and Afghan officials have "been lying" about how we are "losing worse now than we were anytime in the history of this war". On Monday the Washington Post published an article which detailed how US officials, including Generals and Diplomats, lied about the state of the war in Afghanistan. Mr Ware told Sky News government officials "haven't been able to tell us that we're losing," and described the war as one "we're just stuck with" and as a "Greek tragedy". ... more
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  • 20 hours Why were people on White Island when it erupted? DailyTelegraph |World
    Warning signs were noticed, the alert level was raised, so why did tour groups continue to operate? ... more
  • 20 hours NZ failed to prepare visitors before White Island eruption DailyTelegraph |World
    New Zealand’s official website for the status of volcanos failed to adequately caution White Island visitors before disaster struck — with the final pre-eruption update in GeoNet's Volcanic Alert Bulletin saying “the current level of activity does not pose a direct hazard to visitors”. On Monday, the island erupted while an estimated 47 people were on-site. Authorities fear as many as 13 could have been killed in the upheaval. ... more
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