Watch live: La Palma volcano continues to spew lava four weeks after eruption
Air quality on the Canary Island of La Palma is being affected by ash and dust from a volcano which has been spewing lava since last month. Four weeks after the first eruption, there is no sign of the volcanic activity stopping.
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Canaries president says no end in sight to volcanic eruption on Spain’s La Palma
No end in sight to volcanic eruption in Spain's La Palma, island president says
This rarely-seen glass octopus was caught on camera. The clear sea creature was filmed by an underwater robot during an expedition off of the Phoenix Islands, more than 3,200 miles northeast of Sydney, Australia.
ITALY: 101-year old man who was born during the Spanish Flu pandemic has recovered from a coronavirus infection
Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez said rankings by Johns Hopkins University showed Spain was fifth in the world in testing rates. But those international rankings appear not to exist.
Police say they are looking for help identifying a woman wanted for assault after coughing on a 1-year-old at a frozen yogurt shop in California. The mother of the child told @abc7newsbayarea the woman approached her after she started speaking Spanish.
When I visited Andaman and Nicobar Islands in 2018, people complained about poor internet. A 2300 kms long submarine cable inaugurated today changes that! In quick time and challenging geographies, the cable is all set to transform lives. Kudos to those who worked on this!
The 1918 Spanish flu hit in 3 waves. We are only in the first wave. We can’t assume that because we are seeing some positive signs this will be over soon or that additional waves won’t hit. NYS will not underestimate this enemy.
In the Cayman Islands, there is a modest five-story building that is home to 18,857 companies. Either this is one very crowded building, or it is a phony address, used by 18,000-plus corporations for one purpose: to avoid paying taxes to the United States of America.