La Palma volcano, live updates today: eruption, tsunami warning and latest news | Canary

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– Volcano into its sixth week of activity on Sunday, having begun on 19 September

– Local council presidentsuggests bombing the lava flows from Cumbre Vieja

CBS News published incorrect graphic, suggesting La Palma an island was in mainland Spain.

Around 7,000 people have had to evacuate their homes in La Palma

5.0 magnitude earthquake recorded on Saturday, the highest since the eruption began.

Stranded dogs rescued with drones by mysterious A-Team

– Lava flow now covers surface area of over 900 hectares according to Copernicus radar imaging, with more than 2,200 buildings destroyed

 Over 35,000 earthquakes and tremors recorded in La Palma over the past month

– Cumbre Vieja eruption the “most significant since 1585”, according to Copernicus

– No short or medium term end to eruption claim experts, as more La Palma residents forced to evacuate

– Delta has claimed around 40 hectares of new land from the Atlantic

Useful information

– Volcanologist speaks to AS about the effects of lava reaching the sea

– An overview of the active volcanoes on the Canary Islands

– When was the last volcanic eruption on the Canary Islands?

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