Indonesia’s Mount Sinabung eruption blasts hot ash kilometres-high into sky

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    Indonesia’s Mount Sinabung blasted hot ash as high as five kilometres into the sky on Tuesday, in its latest major eruption since last August. Timelapse video captured multiple eruptions.

    No casualties have been reported, but an official urged locals to refrain from doing any activities from at least three kilometres radius from the crater, a tweet on Indonesia’s Volcanological Survey said.

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