Mount Etna in Sicily has roared back into spectacular volcanic action, sending up plumes of ash and spewing lava. Two new fractures opened at the base of the southeastern crater and they were emitting lava flows from an altitude of approximately 3,330 metres. The volcano is also a popular destination for hikers on the Mediterranean island.
The quake struck in the early hours of Wednesday amid an ongoing eruption from the volcano.
'Reminder of how dangerous and unpredictable volcanoes can be.'
Incredible footage has emerged showing the “terrifying moment” a BBC crew got caught up in an explosion at Mount Etna this
People were hit by 'lava and boiling rocks'.
A BBC crew has been caught up in an explosion at Mount Etna which one volcanologist at the scene described as “the most dangerous
Europe’s tallest active volcano erupted in deadly majesty on Thursday, Etna pushing out ash and lava, choking the Mediterranean
Sicily is intriguing as it conjures up notions of the Mafioso culture so famously exaggerated in American movies. As I flew into Catania from Milano, I had images of crazy drivers with musical accents wearing wife-beaters (sleeveless underwear) in the heat of the summer.
One of the world's most active volcanoes is at it again - and with stunning results. Photographers captured Mount Etna as
It's a pretty good view form the International Space Station. You may not be able to see your mates or pick out exactly where