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Indonesia Volcano Erupts Again, Forces Evacuations

An Indonesia volcano recently erupted for the third time in recent months. Mount Sinabung was the volcano that erupted, causing hundreds of villagers to evacuate. The volcano unleashed a 7-km (4.3 mile) column of ash into the air on Sunday. The volcano is located on the western Indonesian island of Sumatra. Mount Sinabung is a 2,460-meter-tall volcano in the Karo …

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Mt. Sinabung Erupts In Indonesia, Thousands Flee

Mt. Sinabung is a pleistocene-to-holocene stratovolcano located in North Sumatra, Indonesia. It’s OK if you aren’t sure what exactly that means, because the word that is important in the previous sentence is volcano, mainly because of what they are known to do: erupt, leading to massive damage. Erupt is just what Mt. Sinabung did early Sunday, forcing thousands to flee …

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