PHOTOS Mount Etna spews ash into sky after eruptions

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Mount Etna spews ash into sky after eruptions

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16:57, March 05, 2021

Mount Etna spews ash into sky after eruptions in Sicily, Italy, March 04, 2021. (Photos: Agencies)

Mount Etna, one of the world's most active volcanoes, continued belching smoke and ashes southeast from its crater, as emergency authorities monitored the situation closely in the three villages at the foot of the volcano, Linguaglossa, Fornazzo and Milo, considering the eruptions not worrying so far.

Mount Etna spews ash into sky after eruptions in Sicily, Italy, March 04, 2021.

Mount Etna, one of the world's most active volcanoes, continued belching smoke and ashes southeast from its crater, as emergency authorities monitored the situation closely in the three villages at the foot of the volcano, Linguaglossa, Fornazzo and Milo, considering the eruptions not worrying so far.

Mount Etna spews ash into sky after eruptions in Sicily, Italy, March 04, 2021.

Mount Etna, one of the world's most active volcanoes, continued belching smoke and ashes southeast from its crater, as emergency authorities monitored the situation closely in the three villages at the foot of the volcano, Linguaglossa, Fornazzo and Milo, considering the eruptions not worrying so far.

Mount Etna spews ash into sky after eruptions in Sicily, Italy, March 04, 2021.

Mount Etna, one of the world's most active volcanoes, continued belching smoke and ashes southeast from its crater, as emergency authorities monitored the situation closely in the three villages at the foot of the volcano, Linguaglossa, Fornazzo and Milo, considering the eruptions not worrying so far.

Mount Etna spews ash into sky after eruptions in Sicily, Italy, March 04, 2021.

Mount Etna, one of the world's most active volcanoes, continued belching smoke and ashes southeast from its crater, as emergency authorities monitored the situation closely in the three villages at the foot of the volcano, Linguaglossa, Fornazzo and Milo, considering the eruptions not worrying so far.

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