Indonesia volcano eruption

Added On February 15, 2014

Turning to Indonesia,where two people have been killed and more than 100,000 others have been displaced after Mount Kelud volcano erupted in East Java.  
The eruption comes as the strongest one in recent years.
Up to Friday, Mount Kelud persisted weak eruption, shooting ash to the air, after the powerful burst of ash and gravel erupted on Thursday night, shooting ash 17 km to the sky. 
According to Indonesian national disaster agency, two people were killed when their houses collapsed due to the eruption. 
The ash spread to nearby provinces, including Yogyakarta, Central Java province and even West Java province. 
Three airports were closed on Friday and issued flights were forced to reroute.
Mount Kelud is among 129 active volcanoes in Indonesia. 
The last volcanic eruption of the volcano occurred in 2007 and its strongest eruption took place in 1919 and claimed 55 lives.
Indonesia has endured volcanic eruption of Mount Sinabung in North Sumatra for months that killed 17 people.