After six months smoking in quiet, Mount Etna, Europe's most active, tallest volcano, is at it again. Lava flowed down the side of Mount Etna on the southern Italian island of Sicily near Catania. That one village has been the unfortunate target of Mount Etna's wrath since 122 BC, when an eruption devastated the region.
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Lava flows down Etna
Lava flows down the Mount Etna volcano on the southern Italian island of Sicily near Catania on November 17, 2013.
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Satellite image: Mount Etna
A satellite image of Mount Etna
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Etna: Another view
Another view of Mount Etna.
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A man uses his mobile phone as Mount Sinabung continues to erupt, with hot smoke spewing from the volcano, in the Karo district on the north of Indonesia's Sumatra island on November 18, 2013. Officials said a week ago that more than 5,000 people had fled their homes since the volcano erupted early this month. Mount Sinabung erupted in September for the first time in three years.
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A smoking Sinabung
A view of mount Sinabung spewing smoke is seen from Tiga Pancur village on November 15, 2013 in Karo district, South Sumatra, Indonesia.
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Mount Sinabung smoke
This picture taken on November 6, 2013 shows hot smoke billowing from the Mount Sinabung volcano in Karo, on the Indonesian island of Sumatra.
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A man watches as Mount Sinabung continues to erupt, with hot smoke spewing from the volcano, in the Karo district on the north of Indonesia's Sumatra island.
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Saving a puppy
A puppy is seen at an abandoned village in Mardinding village, located just less than 3 kilometers from Mount Sinabung.
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Mount Sinabung spews pyroclastic smoke as seen from Tigapancur village in Karo district on November 14, 2013 in Medan, Sumatra, Indonesia.