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Thousands Evacuated as Guatemala Volcano Erupts Again

(TelesurTv) Authorities in Guatemala declared a red alert and evacuated around 4,000 people early Monday after the country's fiery Fuego volcano erupted for the fifth time this year, sending bursts of ash and lava down the mountain. The volcano last erupted in early November without...

Guatemala’s Fuego Volcano on Verge of Eruption

Guatemalan Authorities warned that the Fuego volcano registered about 14 explosions per hour, so they foresee that in the next hours or days it will erupt. Authorities generated an alert Friday, that the Fuego Volcano might start to erupt at any time. The National Institute of...

More Fire From Volcano Fuego in Guatemala

A new flow of water and volcanic material at high speed descended today on Sunday from the Fuego volcano in Guatemala, two weeks after its largest eruption since 1974. A bulletin from the National Institute of Seismology, Volcanology, Meteorology and Hydrology (INSIVUMEH) stated the lahar...

Thousands of Guatemalans Protest President Morales, Demand His Resignation Over Fuego Volcano Crisis

Thousands in Guatemala are protesting and demanding President Jimmy Morales resign after what they see as his government's incompetent management of the tragic volcano eruption that took more than 100 lives. Students led a march of thousands of people carrying torches and shouting slogans against...

Why Guatemala’s Volcanic Eruption Is So Much Deadlier Than Hawaii’s

Rico's TICO BULL - A report on CNN explains how Guatemala's Fuego volcano eruption is so much deadlier than Hawaii's Kilauea eruption, though both eruptions swallowed homes and reminded everyone how ferocious nature can be. The huge differences between Guatemala's volcano eruption, which has killed...

Guatemala Volcano Search and Recovery Suspended: Death 109 & 200 Still Missing

Rescuers have suspended search and recovery efforts at villages devastated by the eruption of Guatemala’s Fuego volcano, leaving people with missing loved ones distraught and prompting some to take up the risky work themselves with rudimentary tools. CONRED, the national disaster agency, said weather conditions...

About 200 Reported Missing Over Guatemala’s Volcano Eruption – Authorities

The number of people who were reported missing after Guatemala’s Fuego Volcano eruption amounted to nearly 200 people, Sergio Cabanas, the head of the National Coordination for Disaster Reduction of Guatemala, said. The country's National Institute of Forensic Sciences said on Tuesday that bodies of...

Guatemala Volcano Death Toll Climbs To 69

Guatemala's national disaster agency CONRED said on Monday the death toll from the Fuego volcano eruption Sunday is 69. Officials said just 17 victims had been identified because the intense heat of the volcanic debris left most bodies unrecognizable. "It is very difficult for us...

Deadly Guatemala Volcano Eruption In Photos

At least 25 people have been killed, while an unconfirmed number of people have been injured in Guatemala's Fuego volcano eruption. Photos from Twitter      

Watch Aftermath of Deadly Guatemala Volcano Eruption From Above

The Fuego Volcano eruption in Guatemala has wreaked havoc in the country, leading to the deaths of at least 25 people and injuries of hundreds more, as well as mass evacuations and disruption of the work of a major airport. A drone has captured the...

Guatemalan Volcano Erupts: 25 Killed, Over 2000 Evacuated (Photos)

At least 25 people were killed when Guatemala's Fuego volcano erupted Sunday for the second time this year, spewing ash and rock and forcing the airport to close, the country's disaster agency said. "The toll was 25 dead as of 9:00 pm (0300 GMT Monday),"...


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