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Montserrat volcano shoots up ash cloud

Breaking Volcanic News: Montserrat

Photo: Ash and lava is visible inside the cone of the Soufriere Hills volcano, which has been active lately, as seen from Olveston, Montserrat.. (AP Photo)

Jan 08, 2007
OLVESTON, Montserrat (AP) - The volcano that destroyed Montserrat's capital in 1997 shot a cloud of ash more than eight kilometres into the sky on Monday, and one of the island's chief scientists said the blast was "a warning call."

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