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Mexican Volcano Erupts Again
 
The 5,400-metre high  Popocatepeti volcano  has erupted again with a plume of ash after shaking for several minutes early on Thursday.
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Mexico on Alert over Popocatepetl Volcano Eruption

Mexico's largest active volcano Popocatepetl continued to spew smoke and ashes on Monday near the capital, the National Disaster Prevention Center (Cenapred) said.
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The Popocatepetl volcano south of Mexico City is shooting blasts of ash from its crater.
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Popocatepetl volcano has erupted sending columns of ash into the sky.



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Mexico volcano Popocatépetl big eruption ash clouds June 03 2011.

Big eruption ash clouds Popocatépetl volcano Mexico June 03 2011. 



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The Popocatepetl volcano that towers over Mexico City began rumbling again Friday, shooting a blast of ash about 3 kilometres above its crater at dawn.
The ash cloud drifted first to the west and then turned back east toward the city of Puebla, Mexico's national disaster prevention agency said.

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Mexico's Popocatepetl volcano erupted at 6:20 a.m. local time, (12:20 GMT), on Saturday,  spewing steam and ash over 2 km high. The eruption was followed by six more blasts  over the following 24 hours.
An area of 12 kilometres around the mountain was blocked off by the local authorities.
The 5, 465- metre volcano is located  70 km southeast of the Mexican capital.

Latitude: 19.023°N,  Longitude: 98.622°W

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