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Guatemala volcano death toll grows to more than 60

EL RODEO, Guatemala - Rescuers frantically dug through ash in Guatemala on Monday in a desperate search for survivors of a volcanic eruption that killed dozens.

Using rescue dogs and shovels, rescuers combed through the remains of homes destroyed Sunday when cascading flows of volcanic matter erupted from Guatemala's Volcano of Fire

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