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Ecuador S.A.
April 12, 2007
Thousands of people who live near Tungurahua volcano in Ecuador are in danger of losing their homes. The volcano is shooting hot ash 100m into the air after lava began to flow out of its top last month. Children in the nearest school are being taught how to protect themselves as the volcano may violently erupt at any time. Many families in villages at the bottom of the volcano are not moving as they say they have nowhere else to go.
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