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Hawaii volcano: Warning of toxic gas plumes from Kilauea

The hazardous plumes form as molten rock from the erupting Kilauea volcano hits the Pacific Ocean.

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Texas Holds Moment of Silence for School Shooting Victims

A moment of silence was held across the state of Texas Monday to honor the victims of the recent deadly shooting at Santa Fe High School. Investigators are still trying to determine what led a gunman to open fire at the school last Friday, killing at least 10 people.  The suspected shooter, identified by law enforcement as student Dimitrios ...

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Kilauea: What happens when lava meets the sea

BBC correspondent Chris Buckler explains what happens when lava flow meets the sea.

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Inter-Korea Relations Hit Impasse Over Military Drills and Defectors

In addition to growing concerns that North Korea will pull out of the upcoming nuclear summit with the U.S., prospects for improved inter-Korean ...

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Congo confirms first urban Ebola case, raising possibility of ‘explosive increase in cases’

The new case is “a game changer,” a World Health Organization official said.

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New Eruptions Injure Man in Hawaii

Lava sputtering from Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano has inflicted serious injuries to a resident of the Big Island and is posing new threats as it flows ...

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Lava Fountaining 100 Meters High From Hawaii's Kilauea

A stream of lava from Hawaii's Kilauea volcano threatens to block a key Hawaii highway that serves as an escape route for coastal residents as two of 22 fissures had merged. Aerial footage from the U.S. Geological Survey shot on Saturday showed a ...

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Hawaii volcano sends 30,000ft plume into the air

Hawaii's Kilauea volcano exploded and sent ash flying thousands of metres into the air.

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Asia and Australia Edition: North Korea, Hawaii, Meghan Markle: Your Friday Briefing

Here’s what you need to know to start your day.

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