SICILY'S Mount Etna has erupted for the fourth time in the last four days, spewing lava flows and sending up plumes of ash.
Europe’s most active volcano started to erupt on Tuesday for the second time this month, belching out a large plume of smoke and long lava flow from the southeast crater of its summit towering above Catania.
The fireworks show is part of a new 'Strombolian' eruption.
Where is Mount Etna and when did the volcano last erupt?
Mount Etna erupts in Sicily sending plumes of ash and spewing lava into air
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