Indonesian Volcano Covers Surrounding Communities in World of Ash

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Mount Sinabung erupted again Saturday, Feb. 1 in a deadly explosion that killed at least 14. The a volcano, located on western island of Sumatra, had been spewing ash and smoke for the past week, forcing some 22,000 people from their homes.

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Susana M. Sherwood
Susana M. Sherwood

Indonesians have been suffering the consequences of global warming for years and Maria is so compassonate that she looks at the photograph. Nice people around the world!!

Jose Razon
Jose Razon

Horrible, my prayers to the people from Indonesia.

Ron Pollard
Ron Pollard

Wonder if it released any heat trapping carbon gas?

Ron Oelef
Ron Oelef

I hope the people around or near this volcano are safe.

Elvia Shauki
Elvia Shauki

I pray for the people in Sinabung and to those who lost their lives (15 casualties) ...

Julio Estefan
Julio Estefan

Foto muy pintoresca, si hay poblaciones cerca, es toda una tragedia.

Elaine Almeida
Elaine Almeida

Se pensarmos na nossa arrogância em querer desrespeita-la, aqui está a resposta. A natureza é quem manda.

Maria Lobbie Habal
Maria Lobbie Habal

Congratulations TIME Magazine for the amazing photograph. As always YOU hit it big!!!

Gerald Larey
Gerald Larey

Another bummer in the ring of fire...'_'

Lee Down
Lee Down

This is insane. So sad for those that died.