Mount Etna in Sicily for the fifth time this year with renewed activity

Mount Etna on the Italian island of Sicily on Sunday for the fifth time this year resumed their activities, according to local media.

Specialists from the National Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology in Italy recorded the beginning ejection of molten lava from the new crater, located on the southeast side of the volcano, about four in the morning, local time.

Another activity of Etna lasted for one and a half hours and was also accompanied by explosions and volcanic ash.

However, another volcanic eruption did not affect the work of the international airport of Catania Fontanarossa (Fontanarossa), noted by the media.

The first time this year the eruption of Etna was recorded on January 5.

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