Iceland expects "relatively small" lava eruption, minor disruption to air traffic

Aerial view taken on February 28, 2021 shows the "Bridge between Continents", a footbridge linking the Eurasian and North American tectonic plates, some 50 kilometres west of the capital Reykjavik. In the quiet Icelandic fishing town of Grindavik, the some 3,500 residents have been alert for a potential volcanic eruption after an unusually strong earthquake at the end of February 2021. (AFP/Halldor KOLBEINS)





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