13 killed and dozens burned as volcanic eruption leaves Indonesian villages in darkness | ABC News

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The death toll from Indonesia’s Semeru volcanic eruption on Java island has risen to 13, a spokesperson for the country’s disaster mitigation agency says, as ten trapped people were evacuated to safety.

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