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Australia and New Zealand deliver aid to Tonga after volcano eruption
Tackling a lack of clean water is a priority because supplies have been disrupted by layers of volcanic ash and salt water.
Peru oil spill clean up ongoing after volcano eruption in Pacific
Oil, think and deadly, continued to wash up on beaches in Lima, two days after an Italian-flagged ship was loading oil into La Pampilla when strong waves moved the boat and caused the spill.
First aid flights arrive in Tonga after big volcano eruption
The first flights carrying fresh water and other aid to Tonga finally arrived on Thursday after the Pacific nation’s main airport runway was cleared of ash left by a huge volcanic eruption.
Tonga volcano eruption: Three smaller islands badly damaged
Officials said that humanitarian and clean-up efforts are underway to provide immediate help to the archipelago nation of 106,000 people.
This Guatemalan city lives in the shadow of an erupting volcano
After the end of harsh lockdown restrictions, this former colonial capital is enjoying a boom in tourism
What caused the Tonga eruption?
One of the major contributing factors was the depth of the ocean where the explosion took place.
Volcanic eruption and tsunami an 'unprecedented disaster', Tonga says
The government of Tonga called the underwater volcanic eruption on Saturday an "unprecedented disaster", resulting in the deaths of at least three people.
Tonga's eruption waves cause oil spill in Peru
Oil from a leak washed ashore in the Peruvian city of Ventanilla, located on the coast near the capital Lima.
Volcanic ash delays aid to Tonga as scale of damage emerges
New Zealand's military is sending much-needed drinking water and other supplies, but said the ash on the runway will delay the flight at least a day.
Flights sent to assess Tonga damage after volcanic eruption
New Zealand and Australia sent military surveillance flights to Tonga to assess the damage a huge undersea volcanic eruption left in the Pacific island nation.
What's the real role of volcanoes in climate change?
What's the role of volcanoes in climate change? We report from the Spanish island of La Palma and reveal the true influence of the emissions from the Cumbre Vieja volcano on our atmosphere.
Massive waves batter Tonga after underwater volcano erupts
There were no reports of casualties.
Volcanologists can't rule out future reactivation of La Palma volcano
"We can never say that volcanoes are completely stopped until years or even many months. So the longer the time it is in this position of 'no activity', the more probable that the eruption has finally ended," volcanologist Alexis Schwartz told Euronews.
Destructive volcano on Spanish island of La Palma declared inactive
The volcano fell silent on December 13th after flaring for 85 days and 8 hours, making it La Palma's longest eruption on record.
La Palma volcano eruption may be over after three months
A volcanic eruption on the Spanish island of La Palma may be over after almost three months of daily explosions, earthquakes, lava rivers and toxic gases.
Ash cleanup operation on La Palma
A volcanic eruption in Spain’s Canary Islands shows no sign of ending after 85 days, becoming the island of La Palma’s longest eruption on record Sunday.
Fresh lockdowns amid La Palma volcano's record-breaking run
The small Canary Island of La Palma has been besieged by record-breaking volcanic activity.
Aerials of La Palma's erupting volcano
Sunday marked 85 days since the eruption of the volcano on La Palma began, making it the longest eruption on the island since records began in the 16th century.
Iceland raises alert level for country's most active volcano
Authorities say the remote volcano is likely to erupt after increased seismic activity.
Thousands of tourists arrive to La Palma during Constitution day break
Tens of thousands of tourists continue to arrive to La Palma island, to spend the long weekend of the Constitution, with the volcano Cumbre Vieja as the main tourist attraction With 90% of the hotel beds occupied, tourism hopes to recover somewhat, from the two month of damage.
At least 34 dead and scores injured in Indonesia volcanic eruption
The sudden eruption of Mount Semeru on Indonesia’s most densely populated island of Java killed at least 34 people and injured dozens.
La Palma volcano: Activity 'intense' after recent lull, say scientists
After a 30-hour lull, scientists recorded some 130 earthquakes early on Wednesday.
La Palma volcano experiences second eruption after hours of reignited activity
After the La Palma volcano's main cone stopped emitting lava for 30 hours, Cumbre Vieja resumed its destructive activity and presents cracks that threaten the houses in its immediate surroundings, which until now had been spared from the lava flows.
La Palma volcano: Airlines forced to cancel more flights
The eruption started on September 19. Experts say it could last up to three months.
New lava flow moves out from La Palma volcano
A new lava flow began coming from the active Cumbre Vieja volcano on La Palma on Thursday.
Spain's Cumbre Vieja volcano continues to erupt
La Palma's Cumbre Vieja volcano continued erupting into the early hours of Wednesday morning.