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A surge of lava destroyed around 100 homes on Spain's Canary Islands a day after a volcano erupted, forcing 5,500 people to leave the area, local authorities said on Monday.
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The energy crisis threatens to cause widespread disruption.
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Around 5,000 people on La Palma in the Canary Islands have been evacuated to escape the erupting Cumbre Vieja volcano. The four villages evacuated included El Paso and Los Llanos de Aridane, with temporary shelters set up to house displaced residents. Lava was still flowing at 700m (2,300ft) per hour on Monday, according to the Canary Islands Volcanology Institute, but mostly through unpopulated areas.
After a massive win in the 2017 elections, the far-right party is little more than a footnote this time around.View on euronews
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A man has been arrested and a major incident declared by police probing a murder after four people were found dead in a house. Cops made the grisly discovery on Sunday morning after being called out to a home in Killamarsh, Derbyshire, after concerns were raised about the people living there. Derbyshire Police said they were not looking for anyone else in connection with the deaths. Specially-trained officers are liaising with the families of the deceased, a spokesman said. Declaring a major inc
Labour MP Rosie Duffield will not attend the party’s conference because of the abuse she has received.
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Cranswick boss Adam Couch urged the government, which has been in emergency talks with the energy industry to deal with soaring gas prices, to act immediately to avert "a major crisis in the food industry". "We have worked tirelessly throughout the pandemic to keep food on the shelves, but there is a real risk of product shortages across the country if the Government does not act immediately to address these issues .... C02 shortages could effectively bring production to a halt." Carbon dioxide is used to stun animals before slaughter, in the vacuum packing of food products to extend their shelf life, and to put the fizz into beer, cider and soft drinks.
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