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People watch Italy’s Mount Etna, Europe’s tallest and most active volcano, spewing lava as it erupts on the southern island of Sicily. It is the 16th
Mount Etna has erupted again, creating a plume of ash visible throughout much of eastern Sicily.
Authorities said the nearby airspace was briefly
Mount Etna’s southeast crater has sent a new fountain of lava into the air. The dramatic scene was the first big eruption since last April.
Increased activity has been reported at the Mount Etna volcano since Wednesday October the 3rd, but there is sign of an eruption any time soon
Two Italian speed flyers have successfully completed their attempt to descent Europe’s biggest and most active volcano. Speed flying is a combination
Mount Etna has erupted for the sixth time this year.
The latest activity, at the 3,300 metre mountain on the Italian island of Sicily, sent lava
Sicily’s Mount Etna has erupted for the 5th time this year.
Europe’s tallest and most active volcano, Mount Etna, has erupted for the fifth time this year.
Hot lava and ash spewed from the southeast crater
A snow-covered Mount Etna in Sicily started to erupt on Wednesday afternoon. While the view was magnificent, the eruption would not have been