Quake-Stranded Tourists in New Zealand Await Military Rescue

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A landslide blocks State Highway One and the main railway line north of Kaikoura following an earthquake in New Zealand, on Nov. 14, 2016.

Photographer: Mark Mitchell/New Zealand Herald/Pool via AP Photo

New Zealand military helicopters will begin evacuating tourists from the stricken South Island town of Kaikoura Tuesday as the country starts to assess the cost of a massive earthquake that killed two people.

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