WorldView: Australia evacuations, Peru mudslides, new virus in China
Residents in Australia's Victoria state have been told to ready for evacuation. In Peru, heavy rains and mudslides are wreaking havoc. And scientists in China have identified a new virus strain causing respiratory illness, sickening dozens in Wuhan. CBS News' Rylee Carlson rounds up world headlines from London.
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