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Images of the Cumbre Vieja volcano on La Palma island as it continues to erupt since it began spewing ash and lava on September 19. So far no one has died or been hurt in the eruption, although around 6,000 of La Palma's 85,000 inhabitants have been evacuated. IMAGES

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