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People watch as lava spews out of volcanic fissure in Iceland


People watch in awe as lava spews out of a volcanic fissure in the Geldingadalir volcano in Iceland. The volcano erupted near the capital Reykjavik, spewing red hot lava and plumes of smoke out of a fissure in an uninhabited valley after several days of intense seismic activity. IMAGES

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