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A volcano has erupted in the same part of Iceland where earlier activity had required evacuations

  • A volcano in southwestern Iceland erupted for the third time since December, causing the evacuation of the Blue Lagoon spa, a popular tourist attraction.
  • The eruption posed a potential threat to the road to Grindavik, the power plant, and the Blue Lagoon, depending on the amount of flowing lava.
  • The eruption took place away from the town of Grindavik and the Keflavik airport remained open and unaffected.
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