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livescience   23 March 2021   Iceland  
<p>After a 900-year nap, a volcano in Iceland erupted Friday (March 19), spewing tendrils of molten lava down its flanks and bathing the cloudy night sky in an ominous orange-red. <br />Gorgeous and fiery photos show the Fagradalsfjall volcano, located about ...
The Guardian   23 February 2021   Italy   Sicily  
<p>Mount Etna&rsquo;s spectacular eruptions reached a peak on Monday when the volcano&rsquo;s lava fountains soared to 1,500 metres &ndash; a display described by one expert as &ldquo;one of the most striking in the last few decades&rdquo;.<br />Europe&rsquo;s ...
News18   10 July 2020   Indonesia  
<p>An eerily beautiful volcanic eruption in Indonesia will you leave you mesmerized.<br />Kawah Ijen volcano in Indonesia erupted electric-blue fire, that trickles down the mountain slope at night attracting crowds of tourists and photographers.<br />A Paris-based ...
FORBES   06 June 2018   Hawaii   Kilauea Volcano  
<p>Hawaii's Kilauea volcano claimed its latest victim, the picturesque Kapoho Bay as it filled the bay with molten lava flows. Overnight, hundreds of homes were destroyed as rivers of lava poured into oceanfront communities.</p>
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Daily Mail   12 June 2016   Nicaragua   Masaya Volcao  
<p>Tourists have been flocking to the breathtaking spectacle in Nicaragua as spewing lava lights up the night sky.<br>The lava lakes at the Masaya volcano are incredibly rare and only very few volcanoes have continuous ones.</p><p> </p>
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TECH TIMES   09 November 2015   USA   Mount St. Helens  
<p>The eruption of Mount St. Helens on May 18, 1980 has claimed 57 lives and caused serious damage to homes and infrastructure. Now, scientists have revealed that the volcano could possibly erupt again in the future based on findings of a pioneering $3 million ...
World.Mic   14 October 2015   Indonesia   Ijen volcano  
<p>Meet the Ijen volcano complex in Indonesia, on the eastern edge of the main island, Java. Specifically, meet the active crater known as Kawah Ijen. Kawah Ijen is the biggest "acidic volcanic crater lake" in the world, Volcano Discovery reveals, and it emits ...
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Huffington Post   29 August 2015   Hawaii   Kilauea Volcano  
<p>Need a reminder of Mother Nature's might? Then, boy, do we have the video for you.</p> <p>A large lava breakout began early Thursday morning from the Puʻu ʻŌʻō cone of Kilauea volcano on the southeast part of Hawaii's Big Island.</p> <p>Kilauea is one of ...
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Daily Mail   23 March 2015   Ethiopia   Erta Ale  
<p>Czech photographer Karel Tupy visited Ethiopia's Erta Ale, the world's oldest continuously active lava lake.<br>He tells of the overwhelming heat of the lava as he captured daunting scenes of the 150-ft wide basalt volcano.<br>Erta Ale means 'smoking mountain' ...
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