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Iceland volcano 'pollutes Paris'

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Iceland volcano 'pollutes Paris'


Iceland witnessed 40 earthquakes on Wednesday (September 24), which saw lava flow from an active volcano arrive within 200 metres of a highland road. There is currently no indication that the eruption will calm down.

Pollution emanating from the molten magma is said to have travelled as far as the French capital Paris, where at-risk groups are being advised to limit outdoor activity to a minimum.

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