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Hawaii Kilauea volcano: Ash clouds prompt 'red alert' for aircrafts

Al Jazeera Thursday, 17 May 2018 ()
Thundering explosions and a huge ash cloud from the crater atop Kilauea Volcano has led officials to issue a 'code red' warning for aircraft.
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