The Mount Marapi volcano erupted again, unleashing a new burst of hot ash as high as 800 meters (2,620 feet) into the air, officials said.
The country said it had taken preventative measures as Iceland was “no stranger to volcanic activity.”
Kilauea began erupting Sunday, displaying glowing lava that is a safe distance from people and structures in a national park on the Big Island.
Scientists say an eruption of a Hawaii volcano that began nearly two weeks ago has come to a pause.
The curious are expected to flock to the site to watch nature's fury from a distance.
The volcano is 45 miles southeast of Mexico City, but looms much closer to the eastern fringes of the metropolitan area of 22 million people.
Ash fell on 41,699 square miles of territory, plunging parts of region into darkness.
Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano has begun erupting inside its summit crater.
Scientists have declared on the same day that two active Hawaii volcanoes have stopped erupting.
Waves of glowing lava and smoky ash are sputtering from the world’s largest active volcano and people have been warned to be ready if their communities are threatened.