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Mexican volcanic eruption, smoke column up to 700 meters, triggering a level 2 yellow alarm

Four people have been buried in a landslide at an illegal gold mine on the Indonesian island of Sumatra

On January 16th, local time, the Semeru volcano erupted in East Java Province, Indonesia, emitted a large amount of thick smoke.

January 26, Mexican local time, Mount Popocatepete, about 65 kilometers southeast of Mexico City, has erupted 24 times in the past 24 hours, including smoke columns ejected from the crater up to 700 meters.

Mexico’s National Disaster Prevention Center announced that it would enter a level 2 yellow alert state within 12 kilometers of the crater, and advised annex residents not to approach the volcanic area.

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