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Plumes of ash visible from space as Caribbean volcano continues to rumble and thousands flee island

Its plumes visible from space, St. Vincent's La Soufriere volcano continued to rumble, threatening further eruption and months of disruption.


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'More explosions could occur': La Soufriere volcano eruption sends thousands fleeing on Caribbean island of St. Vincent

The La Soufriere volcano erupted twice Friday on the Caribbean island of St. Vincent, shooting ash several miles high into the atmosphere.


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How the Soviets shocked the world by launching Yuri Gagarin as the first man into space

On April 12, 1960, Soviet cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin became the first human to fly into space, which ratcheted up the space race during the Cold War.


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Thousands of residents flee as volcano erupts in Caribbean

The La Soufriere volcano erupted on the largest island of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, sending ash several miles high.


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Cherry blossom season kicks off around the globe

Take a look at beautiful photos of the pink and white trees around the world.

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Britain mourns the death of Prince Philip, the husband of Queen Elizabeth II

Mourners in the UK paid tribute to Prince Philip after Buckingham Palace announced his death on April 9, 2021.


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Prince Philip, husband of Queen Elizabeth II, dies at 99

Philip Mountbatten was born Prince of Greece and Denmark. See what he gave up for Queen Elizabeth and what he gave the world.


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Filipino man dies after being forced to perform hundreds of squats for breaking COVID-19 curfew near Manila

Philippine authorities are investigating the death of a man forced to perform nearly 300 squats after officials say he broke COVID-19 curfew rules.


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COVID-19 hasn't slowed global warming: Earth's carbon dioxide levels highest in over 3 million years, NOAA says

The level of carbon dioxide in the Earth's atmosphere is now higher than it has been in at least 3.6 million years, federal scientists said Wednesday.


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Navy destroyer USS Johnston, sunk during World War II in 1944, found after 'deepest wreck dive in history'

The USS Johnston, led by Captain Ernest Evans, sunk in 1944 while protecting an American landing force in the Philippines, according to Naval records.


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Suez Canal blockage: Investigators analyzing Ever Given's black box that could hold key to costly grounding

The investigation into the grounding of a massive container ship that blocked access to the Suez Canal has turned to the black box on the Ever Given.


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