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*)At least 1 killed in New Zealand volcano eruption A volcanic eruption in New Zealand has left one person dead and several missing. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says 23 out of 50 tourists have been evacuated to safety. Rescue operations continue on the uninhabited White Island. *)Family of New Delhi fire victims await answers Relatives of 43 people who died in a factory fire in India's New Delhi are waiting to find out what caused the blaze. Up to 50 others are being treated for burns and smoke inhalation. The owner of the factory has since been arrested. *)Governor of China's Xinjiang defends counterterrorism measures China's Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region's governor slams the US for passing a bill on the controversial region. Beijing's treatment of Uighur Muslims is under intense scrutiny by world leaders. Activists say China is holding up to a million Uighur Muslims in mass detention camps, subjecting them to political indoctrination. *)FBI says it presumes naval base shooting was act of terrorism The FBI is presuming a US naval base shooting was an act of terrorism. Saudi Arabian pilot Mohammed Saeed al Shamrani killed three people and wounded eight others at Naval Air Station Pensacola in Florida. Authorities are trying to determine his motive. And finally, *)Man eats $120,000 work of art Artist David Datuna ate a piece of art which sold for $120,000 in Miami. A banana taped to a wall was supposed to be a symbol of global trade, according to its Italian creator. As it turns out, the value of the art was not in the banana — which is replaceable — but in the certificate of authenticity.

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