Eruptions from Indonesia's Mount Ruang trigger evacuation amid tsunami fear

Eruptions from Indonesia's Mount Ruang trigger evacuation amid tsunami fear

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Authorities ordered evacuation of thousands of people on Wednesday after eruptions at a remote Indonesian volcano triggered tsunami fears, with ash spreading as far as neighboring Malaysia, officials and local media reported, CE report quotes Anadolu Agency

Spewing ash from Mount Ruang, the country's southernmost stratovolcano located in North Sulawesi province, has also forced at least seven airports to close, according to a notice from state-run air traffic control provider AirNav Indonesia.

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