Japan's Mount Aso erupts with fireball explosion as seven-mile high plume of ash cover cars and buildings for 200 miles aroundThe Sun1 hour ago
A JAPANESE volcano has caked local towns with a thick layer of ash as terrified locals fear a huge eruption. Mount Aso is belching out plumes of acrid smoke some seven miles into the air. Reuters Cars were covered in
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