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CNN   11 April 2023   Russia   Kamchatka region  
<p>CNN &mdash; The Shiveluch volcano erupted early Tuesday morning in Russia&rsquo;s far eastern Kamchatka region, spewing ash up to 20 kilometers above sea level, according to the local branch of the Russia Academy of Sciences (RAS) Geophysical Survey.<br ...
<p>VOLCANO ON ST. VINCENT STILL ERUPTING - The prime minister of St. Vincent and the Grenadines appealed for international help Tuesday as the Caribbean island nation begins to tackle the daunting cleanup from a series of volcanic eruptions that have not stopped.<br>"The ...
Express   16 May 2018   Hawaii   Kilauea Volcano  
<p>HAWAII’s Kilauea volcano could be about to come more violent after intensified explosions sent ash clouds 12,000 feet into the sky, triggering a red alert warning. Here is the latest news and updates.</p>
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CBS NEWS   28 March 2016   USA   Alaska  
<p>ANCHORAGE, Alaska- Strong winds Monday pushed an ash cloud from an Alaska volcano into the heart of the state, grounding flights and limiting travel to western and northern communities off the road system.<br />Pavlof Volcano, one of Alaska's most active ...
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The Straits Times   04 November 2015   Indonesia   bali  
<p>Flights to and from Bali, including several involving Singapore, were cancelled yesterday due to a new volcanic ash cloud from Mount Rinjani in Lombok, Indonesia's second-highest volcano that is active.</p> <p>The ash forced the Indonesian authorities to ...
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<p>More than 1,200 villagers living near Mount Sinabung in North Sumatra, Indonesia, were forced to evacuate on Monday after the volcano erupted over the weekend, causing trails of hot ash to flow down the mountain. Earlier this month, authorities raised the ...
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<p>People living close to Mount Sinabung in Indonesia have been told to move out of their homes as fears grow that the volcano could soon erupt.</p>
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Ancient Origins   25 May 2015   Italy   Pompeii  
<p>The plaster casts of 86 agonized victims of the Mount Vesuvius eruption in 79 AD will go on exhibit May 26, 2015, in National Archaeological Museum of Naples, Italy.<br>People of Pompeii, a Roman city, were in their death throes when a cloud of gas from ...
<p>The Turrialba volcano has spewed a fresh column of smoke and ash that reached Costa Rica's capital, San Jose, 60 kilometers away, authorities say. Its previous rumble had come just last Thursday.</p>
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The Guardian   23 April 2015   Chile   Calbuco volcano  
<p>The Calbuco volcano has erupted for the first time in 42 years, billowing a huge ash cloud over a sparsely populated, mountainous area in southern Chile.</p> <p>Chile&rsquo;s Onemi emergency office declared a red alert following the sudden eruption at around ...
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