In Indonesia Mount Merapi’s volcano has erupted again as the country is fighting to aid victims of last week’s tsunami that has laid waste to a remote areas of islands.
On Wednesday morning the volcano began to eruct ash clouds and burn rocks down the slopes.
Thousands of people have been moved towards safe location from the dangerous area since the volcano started erupting last week, as at least thirty-eight people have been reported killed by this incident so far.
No casualties were reported in the latest blasts in the central Java region. Scientists say the volcano will remain avtive for weeks or perhaps months.
Indonesia is in an area known as the Pacific “ring of fire,” making it most prone to earthquakes and volcanic activity.