The Fuego volcano in Guatemala has exploded and spewed out molten rock and ash, killing at least 25 people in the country's most violent eruption for over a century
As lava from Kilauea plunges into the Pacific Ocean, clouds of hot acidic steam are being blasted off – and the eruption shows no signs of slowing down
As Kilauea continues erupting, lava is mixing with water, creating steam that could trigger massive explosions and throw large rocks up to a kilometre away
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