Indonesian volcano in fresh eruptions


School pupils play on Indonesia's Sumatra island as Mount Sinabung, a highly active volcano, spews thick smoke.-AFP

Karo (Indonesia) (AFP) - A volcano on Indonesia's Sumatra island spewed hot smoke and ash high into the air Wednesday, in its latest violent eruptions.

Mount Sinabung has erupted repeatedly in recent days, pumping hot gas clouds up to three kilometres (1.8 miles) into the sky, the local disaster agency said.

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