Indonesian volcano unleashes new powerful eruption
Indonesia's the majority unstable volcano — one of 22 that have been more and more active — spewed searing vapors of gas and debris for hours Monday in its most commanding eruption in a deadly week. No new casualties were without delay report.

Hundreds of miles (kilometers) to the west, a break in the weather helped liberators acquire aid to victims of an 18-foot (six meter) -high tsunami that slam into several distant islands, sweeping complete village to sea.

The double disasters, unfolding at the same time on opposite ends of the seismically vigorous country, have killed nearly 500 people and sternly tested the government's urgent situation response network. In both events, the armed has been called in to help.

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