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Powerful Icelandic volcano Grímsvötn could be about to erupt again, experts warn

Grímsvötn, the Icelandic volcano that caused travel chaos nine years ago, is on the verge of erupting again, experts have warned.

The last time it went off back in 2011 it created ash clouds - causing the cancellation of around 900 flights. Scientists last week recorded 'seismic activity' - meaning magma is swelling and could bring unwanted movement.

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