The situation around Europe's largest active volcano remains turbulent. On Sunday, Mount Etna caused the rise of a massive cloud of lava, magmatic gases, and rocks, reaching a height of 4.5 kilometers, Rossiyskaya Gazeta writes, citing a report from the Italian Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology.
Ash also fell in several towns around Mount Etna, such as Milo and Zafferana Etnea.
Bashinform News Agency wrote that the heaviest ashfall in 60 years occurred in Kamchatka in April.
Author: Laysan Zakirova