Europe's highest active volcano, Mount Etna, sent streams of red hot lava into the night sky on Tuesday (March 5) as it continued a series of recent eruptions. The activity was reported to have taken place at a height of around 2,900 metres at a new crater. As lava streamed down the side of the volcano, experts said the local population was in no danger. Hardened pieces of lava covered the roads in the area as the fragments cooled.
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