Waves of glowing lava and smoky ash are sputtering from the world’s largest active volcano and people have been warned to be ready if their communities are threatened.
Hawaii officials are warning residents of the Big Island that the world’s largest active volcano, Mauna Loa, is sending signals that it may erupt.
The Icelandic Meteorological Office urged people not to go near the Fagradalsfjall volcano.
Taal volcano, one of the world’s smallest active volcanoes, has blasted ash into the air and caused volcanic lightning. Thousands of people were forced to evacuate across the country's capital of Manila, with some experts warning an eruption could happen at any time.
Twenty-one beaches on the Pacific coast of Peru were contaminated.
New Zealand and Australia each sent military transport planes that were carrying water containers, kits for temporary shelters and generators.
Only one person in Tonga has reportedly had COVID, making outside assistance a huge risk.
A towering ash cloud since Saturday’s eruption prevented earlier flights.
The eruption near Tonga also sparked a tsunami advisory for Hawaii and the United States' Pacific coast.
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