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Guatemala’s Fuego Volcano Increases Eruptive Activity

The Fuego volcano, about 35 km from Guatemala's capital, increased its eruptive activity, reported Sunday the Institute of Volcanology (Insivumeh). "Instrumental records detected increase of...

Costa Rica’s Turrialba Volcano Alert Moved to Eruptive

The National System of Conservation Areas (SINAC) has made the decision to temporarily close the Turrialba Volcano said the administrator of the protected wildlife...

Myth and fact: No, Turrialba Volcano is not going to set off a devastating earthquake

Turrialba Volcano started its latest series of eruptions this month and the internet has been spewing misinformation ever since.

Guatemala’s Fuego Volcano kicks off new year with quite a show

Fuego Volcano, located just 50 kilometers (30 miles) from Guatemala City, rumbled back into higher intensity explosive activity on Sunday after months of fitfulness.

UPDATE: Costa Rica’s Turrialba Volcano erupts, forcing capital airport to temporarily close

The ash from Turrialba Volcano has forced operators of the Juan Santamaría International Airport, outside Costa Rica's capital city of San José, to temporarily close, affecting at least seven inbound flights.

Photos, video and more of Turrialba Volcano eruption and aftermath

A collection of photos, videos, tweets and Facebook posts of Thursday's eruptions.

BREAKING: Volcanic ash closes Costa Rica’s Juan Santamaría International Airport

UPDATED at 7 p.m.: Juan Santamaría International Airport will remain closed until at least 8 a.m. Friday. Airport spokeswoman Silvia Chávez said that reopening was conditional on overnight activity at Turrialba Volcano.

Thousands evacuated as Chile volcano erupts

A column of ash rose as high as three kilometers above the volcano, which is about 2,800 meters high. About 45 families were stranded in one community after a swollen river washed out a bridge.

Poás Volcano spews material 300 meters high after explosion inside crater

The crater of Poas Volcano expelled material 300 meters into the air at noon on Tuesday. The phenomenon, called a phreatic explosion, occurred due to a reaction between magma and water at the southern border of the lake inside the volcano. However, this was not an eruption and the volcano did not spew lava. Instead, a column of steam, gas and other materials formed and spouted out the top of the volcano, confirmed the Volcanological and Seismological Observatory of Costa Rica (OVSICORI).

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