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'It's a risk': Questions about volcano tourism safety arise after New Zealand eruption

USATODAY.com Saturday, 14 December 2019
After the New Zealand volcano eruption, people are asking: How safe is volcano tourism? Here's what experts had to say.
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News video: Probes into NZ volcano tragedy may take a year

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New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said on Monday (December 16) that official inquiries into last week's fatal volcano eruption could take up to a year, and will carry potential criminal penalties of up to five years in jail.

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