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Volcanic fissure erupts again near Iceland capital

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An eruption started in Iceland on Wednesday near the capital Reykjavik, spewing red hot lava and plumes of smoke out of a fissure in Meradalir, an uninhabited valley near Mount Fagradalsfjall where an eruption lasted for six month last year, after several days of intense seismic activity.

Added on the 04/08/2022 10:22:44 - Copyright : AFP EN

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