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Grindavik: lava keeps on spewing out of volcanic fissure


The eruption is around 40 kilometres (25 miles) from Reykjavik, near the site of the Mount Fagradalsfjall volcano in southwestern Iceland that erupted for six months in March-September 2021, mesmerising tourists and spectators who flocked to the scene. IMAGES

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