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- proper n. a volcano located on the north side of Siau Island in Indonesia
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Mount Karangetang on Siau — part of the Sulawesi island chain — started spitting clouds of gas and lava up to 1,900 feet on Friday, said volcanologist Surono.
Nearly 600 people living along Karangetang's slopes have been evacuated, said Tonny Supit, the district chief.
Major volcano eruption on mount Karangetang, Indonesia, disaster official says that four people died and many others injured seriously.
Karangetang, on the remote island of Siau in North Sulawesi province, erupted.
Earlier this month, four people went missing after the 1784-metre Mount Karangetang erupted on the remote island of Siau in North Sulawesi province.
Highlights this week include: Karangetang in Indonesia produced a couple 3 km/10,000 foot steam-and-ash plumes according to reports from pilots.