The Red Cross provided tents, food, water and toilets to households on Tonga’s main island which has been suffering devastating effect of volcano eruption.
Military governor of North Kivu province said on Sunday that the lava halted near Buhene on the outskirts of Goma, as thousands of residents, who had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, began to return to the city.
The Icelandic Meteorological Office says the volcano eruption is “minor” and there were no signs of ash or dust that could disrupt aviation.
Emergency services scrambled to evacuate areas around the Fuego volcano, which erupted again with the death toll having climbed to 75. Almost 200 people have been reported missing.
Guatemala's western Fuego volcano violently erupted on Sunday killing at least 25 people and injuring hundreds while spewing a five mile stream of red hot lava and a plume of ash around the capital, Guatemala city.
The explosions in Kilauea's crater have sparked an aviation red alert as the steam-driven blasts could send a 6,100-metre ash plume, hurling 10-12 ton boulders up to 800 metres into the sky.
As thousands of Balinese leave immediate danger zone near erupting volcano, many locals feel they have no choice but to keep farming their lands and protecting their livestock.
National disaster authority says over 1,000 people have been removed to safety after popular hiking spot Mount Barujari erupted on Tuesday.
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