Mount Semeru death toll rises to 14 as rescuers sift through thick ash to find survivors | ABC News

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Thick volcanic ash buries homes and blankets villages after Mount Semeru on the Indonesian island of Java erupts, as lava reaches rivers and the death toll rises to 14 people.

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