– 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
– 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?