Mt. Sinabung erupts again, more evacuate
The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM Mount Sinabung in North Sumatra erupted again Monday, with volcanologists calling this latest one stronger than Sunday’s eruption, while future eruptions are said to be difficult to predict.Angry rumblings: Mount Sinabung spews smoke in Suka Nalu village, Tanah Karo, North Sumatra, on Monday. The volcano that erupted for the first time in four centuries on Sunday spewed fresh plumes of smoke ear...
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