It's one of the most hazardous jobs in the world - sulphur mining in Indonesia. Scrambling over a volcano in East Java, the miners are exposed to toxic fumes. Every day they are risking their health and lives - to earn a humble living.
If you live in the Philippines or Papua New Guinea right now, you'll know the score: Active volcanos can come alive and erupt any time, spewing lava and destruction. Here are some of the world's most dangerous hot spots.
Thousands of foreign tourists are leaving Bali by plane after an airport was reopened. But the Mount Agung volcano continues to rumble.
Thousands living in the shadow of a rumbling volcano on Indonesia's resort island of Bali fled Wednesday as fears grow that it could erupt for the first time in more than 50 years.
At least 12 people including three children have been killed in landslides engulfed villages on the island of Bali. Weather forecasters said torrential rains were likely to continue for the next few days.
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