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La Palma volcano: Toxic gas fears as lava creeps closer to the sea

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Residents in several of the Canary Island's neighbourhoods have been confined to their homes due to fears of toxic gas emissions.

Added on the 28/09/2021 13:51:00 - Copyright : Euronews EN

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