Etna is Europe’s most active volcano. It has erupted many times, the Catania devastation of 1699 being the worst.
Mount Etna, Europe's most active volcano, erupted several times but authorities said it poses no danger to people.
The quake was the strongest in the region after Mount Etna erupted, spewing ash and forcing the temporary closure of Sicilian airspace. A series of tremors followed, but the latest one was the strongest.
Researchers use new technology to track the causes and consequences of the latest eruptions on Europe's most active volcano.
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