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Mexico's Popocatepetl volcano continues to spew smoke and ash


Popocatepetl, a volcano southeast of the Mexican capital considered one of the most dangerous in the world, spews more gas and ash into the sky as authorities maintain their warning level at one step below red alert. IMAGES

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