Indonesian volcano Mount Sinabung erupts again, spewing massive column of smoke and ash skywards

An Indonesian volcano erupted on Tuesday, sending a massive column of ash and smoke 2,000 metres into the air, coating local villages in debris.Mount Sinabung on Sumatra island – which has been rumbling since 2010 and saw a deadly eruption in 2016 – spewed the thick plume after activity picked up in recent days.Disaster agency officials said the eruption has the “potential” to affect flights, but it had not issued a formal notice for planes to avoid the area.Local residents living along rivers…