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Wednesday, 13 December 2017

On 15 September 2013, Sinabung near the hill towns of Berastagi and Kabanjahe in the Karo highlands of North Sumatra, erupted again, first making its presence felt through earthquakes then again sending smoke and ash high up in the air, causing people living around its crater to scramble to safety. Since then, the volcano has not ceased its activities, lately throwing plumes of thick black smoke up 7 km in the air, while hot pyroclactic clouds rolled dramatically down its slopes.      

Air traffic to and from the new Kuala Namu International Airport of Medan, and tours to Lake Toba, however, thankfully, remained unaffected, and no casualties have been recorded.

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