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Watch Now: Spain's La Palma volcano shows no sign of stopping after six weeks
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Watch Now: Spain's La Palma volcano shows no sign of stopping after six weeks

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Fire, lava and ash spewed from Spain's La Palma volcano on Tuesday (October 26) morning as the eruption showed no sign of stopping after nearly six weeks.

Fire, lava and ash spewed from Spain's La Palma volcano on Tuesday (October 26) morning as the eruption showed no sign of stopping after nearly six weeks.

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