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Iceland’s most active Volcano erupts on Saturday

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Iceland’s most active volcano erupted Saturday, with a white plume shooting 18,000 feet into the air, scientists said.

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An Icelandic pain in the ash

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Figuring out whether travel insurance covers your canceled trip can be as hard to fathom as the pronunciation of the volcano causing all the trouble (Eyjafjallajokull).

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Team of UK scientists track Europe’s ash cloud

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When ash spews from an Icelandic volcano, 10 British scientists using laser sensors, satellite pictures and a specially equipped jet

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1,000 flights affected in Europe due to volcanic ash

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Flight restrictions affecting London’s two major international airports — Heathrow and Gatwick — were lifted Monday after a no-fly zone

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Volcanic ash closes some British airports

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A dense cloud of volcanic ash drifting from Iceland forced the closure of airports in northern England, Scotland and Northern

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Iceland’s volcanic ash affects flights in Morocco, Spain, Turkey

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Volcanic ash from Iceland wound its way south to North Africa and curled eastward on Tuesday, forcing authorities for the

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Icelandic volcanic ash shuts down airports in Spain, Moroccoan

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Ash from an Icelandic volcano Tuesday shut down traffic at airports from central Spain to the Canary Islands off the

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Iceland’s volcanic ash results in flight cancellations, delays

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Many flights between Europe and North America were either delayed or canceled on Saturday because of the spreading cloud of

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Deal Is Set to Reopen Air Travel in Much of Europe

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Swaths of the European sky are expected to reopen to commercial flights as early as Tuesday morning, with some small

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Volcanic ash from Iceland forces cancellation of flights

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A plume of volcanic ash from Iceland hovering over Northern Europe severely disrupted air travel for hundreds of thousands of

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