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Fourteen people, including four schoolchildren, were killed Saturday after they were engulfed in scorching ash clouds spat out by Indonesia's Mount Sinabung in its biggest eruption in recent days, officials said. Dark, searing clouds rolling down the ...
Global Post · 2/1/2014
Dramatic footage captured pyroclastic flow, a fast-moving current of hot gas and rock, glowing red and rare phenomenon like volcanic lighting as Mount Sinabung in Indonesia's North Sumatra province erupted again on Sunday. The volcano was seen spitting ...
Daily Telegraph · 1/21/2014
Jakarta: About 12,000 people have fled villages on the mountainside of the Mount Sinabung volcano in Sumatra as it erupted again, bringing the total number of displaced people to 20,000, officials said Monday. Bowo Asa, senior official at the disaster ...
Firstpost · 11/25/2013
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JAKARTA -- Though the floods in Indonesia took over media space over the past week, it certainly does not indicate that the refugees from the prolonged Mount Sinabung eruption are forgotten or being ignored. President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono and First ...
Republika Online · 1/20/2014
Medan, Indonesia — A volcano in western Indonesia erupted again Sunday, unleashing volcanic ash high into the sky and forcing the evacuation of villagers living around its slope. Officials raised Mount Sinabung's alert status to the second-highest level ...
The Christian Science Monitor · 11/4/2013
Nine eruptions Tuesday sent lava and searing gas tumbling out of Mount Sinabung in North Sumatra province, said Indonesia’s disaster mitigation agency spokesman Sutopo Purwo Nugroho. The volcano started spitting clouds of gas and lava as high as 7 …
WebProNews · 1/1/2014
Thousands of hectares of farming land have been affected by the eruptions and more than 25,000 people have fled their homes and are being housed in temporary shelters, the National Disaster Management Agency said. Image: A villager clears ash on the …
Rediff India Abroad · 1/23/2014
8,530-foot-high Mount Sinabung in western Indonesia has erupted again, prompting the evacuation of approximately 1,300 villagers. The mountain has been active for a few months now: 15,000 were forced to evacuate in September and roughly 3,300 were …
Google Earth Blog · 11/4/2013
In this photo by Binsar Bakkara, Mount Sinabung releases pyroclastic flows as seen from Tiga Serangkai in North Sumatra province, Indonesia. Villages within 3 kilometers of the volcano have already been abandoned since Sinabung has erupted regularly …
The Bismarck Tribune · 4/1/2015
GURUKINAYAN, Indonesia, Nov. 11 (UPI) -- Mount Sinabung in Indonesia erupted twice Monday, forcing the evacuation of about 2,500 residents from the village of Gurukinayan, authorities said. No casualities were reported. The volcano spewed volcanic ash …
United Press International · 11/11/2013