A volcanic eruption at Iceland's Holuhraun Lava Field is the largest since the 18th century.
Lava from a slow-moving flow ignited a house on Hawaii's Big Island, the first home to catch fire in a town threatened by the eruption.
Our recap this week from around the planet: A Super Typhoon menaces Alaska, a colorful remembrance of World War I, and supercooled crystals punch a hole in the sky.
A 2,000-degree lava front inches closer to homes in the Hawaiian town of Pahoa, on Hawaii's Big Island.
Lava from a slow-erupting volcano has reached within yards (several meters) of homes on Hawaii's Big Island.
Neanderthals disappeared from Europe 40,000 years ago, about the same time as the region's biggest volcanic blast. But don't blame the volcano.
At least 31 hikers have been found lifeless near the peak of Mount Ontake after Saturday's volcanic eruption.
Thousands living near the Philippines' most active volcano began leaving their homes on Tuesday as lava trickled down its slopes.
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