Grimsvotn Volcano

Fears for travel over Europe arise again after the volcano Grimsvotn in Iceland erupted. Keflavik airport has already closed and 40 international flights have been canceled. Residents near the volcano have been urged to stay indoors and wear masks as the ash is hurled 12 miles into the air.

Fears for travel over Europe arise again after the volcano Grimsvotn in Iceland erupted. Keflavik airport has already closed and 40 international flights have been canceled. Residents near the volcano have been urged to stay indoors and wear masks as the ash is hurled 12 miles into the air.

Fears for travel over Europe arise again after the volcano Grimsvotn in Iceland erupted. Keflavik airport has already closed and 40 international flights have been canceled. Residents near the volcano have been urged to stay indoors and wear masks as the ash is hurled 12 miles into the air.

Fears for travel over Europe arise again after the volcano Grimsvotn in Iceland erupted. Keflavik airport has already closed and 40 international flights have been canceled. Residents near the volcano have been urged to stay indoors and wear masks as the ash is hurled 12 miles into the air.

Fears for travel over Europe arise again after the volcano Grimsvotn in Iceland erupted. Keflavik airport has already closed and 40 international flights have been canceled. Residents near the volcano have been urged to stay indoors and wear masks as the ash is hurled 12 miles into the air.