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Iceland declares state of emergency over escalating earthquakes, and volcano eruption fears


Iceland has 33 active volcanic systems, the highest number in Europe, and thousands of tremors have been recorded since the end of October.

Added on the 11/11/2023 09:58:47 - Copyright : Euronews EN

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