Saturday, 16 October, 2021
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Lava flows from a volcano into the valley of Natthagi near Mount Fagradalsfjall, southwest of Iceland’s capital Reykjavik on August 26, 2021. Slowly oozing at times, then spurting like a geyser and spitting rocks at others, a volcanic eruption near Reykjavik is still going strong six months after lava began flowing, Iceland’s longest eruption since the 1960s. —AFP PHOTO

Lava flows from a volcano into the valley of Natthagi near Mount Fagradalsfjall, southwest of Iceland’s capital Reykjavik on August 26, 2021. Slowly oozing at times, then spurting like a geyser and spitting rocks at others, a volcanic eruption near Reykjavik is still going strong six months after lava began flowing, Iceland’s longest 
eruption since the 1960s.	—AFP PHOTO