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Mount Sinabung, a volcano in Indonesia’s North Sumatra province, erupted 24 times Friday, shooting a column of ash about 4,000 metres to the sky and forcing further evacuation, an official said. Powerful burst of ash spread from the crater of rumbling volcano, located in Karo district. The hot ash slid off to the southeast, scaling up the number of people fleeing the eruption to close to 25,000 Friday from 22,700 a few days ago, the official added.

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