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One 80-year-old man was extracted from the rubble of his home while a woman said her sister was pulled out from under a heavy armoire that toppled.
A series of earthquakes around Sicily's erupting Mount Etna volcano - amid dozens of tremors - have left at least four people injured.
The strongest tremor since Europe's most active volcano erupted on Monday injures 28 people.
Rubble lined the streets and left homes and buildings damaged on Wednesday, Dec. 26, 2018 after Mount Etna, Europe's highest and most active volcano, trigger...
Italy's Catania airport has resumed full operations a day after an ash cloud from Mount Etna's latest eruption in eastern Sicily forced it to shut down. Before dawn on Christmas Day, fiery red flaming lava shooting out from the volcano could be seen against the darkness of the night sky. At least 130 tremors have rattled villages on the slopes of the volcanic mountain earlier this week, with the most powerful quake registering a magnitude of 4.3 on Monday.