CARL AZUZ, CNN 10 ANCHOR: Hi, I'm Carl Azuz. Welcome to the show. It's good to have you watching as we kick off a new week of news coverage.
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We're returning to the Canary Islands today, a Spanish archipelago off the coast of northwest Africa.
That's where the Cumbre Vieja volcano has been erupting since September 19th, and this thing hasn't settled down.
In fact, the Canary Islands regional government says the most energetic moment of the eruption was recorded on Friday afternoon.
That's when two new vents opened on the volcano's crater.
These are new places were lava is oozing out, and the new vents eventually merged together forming a fast moving flow of lava.
The volcano is located on the island of La Palma. It's one of the smaller Canary Islands.
La Palma is only about 26 miles long, and 17 miles across at its widest point. So people there are limited on where they can go to get away from the eruption.
Spanish media say hundreds of homes and buildings have been destroyed by lava.
Spain's prime minister, who's spent most of the past week on La Palma, says immediate financial help is on the way from the Spanish government to those who's been effected.
La Palma's airport was open on Sunday to fly people out. That wasn't the case on Saturday, so how else could residents and tourists evacuate.
UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Red hot lava seized through the darkness, over Spain's La Palma Island.
A shocking display from afar and chaos for anyone living near the volcano. Daylight in La Palma is time for cleaning up.
Shop owners sweep away the ashes that have accumulated overnight.
The volcano has spewed out thousands of tons of lava since it began erupting a week ago, but experts say it is now in a dangerous explosive stage, and a new emission vent has opened.
Firefighters are evacuating more towns because of the volatility.
So far about 6,000 people have been forced to leave their homes.
Spain's airport operator announced the island's airport was inoperable on Saturday, too many clouds of ash and volcanic debris on the runways. Several flights were cancelled leaving some tourists stranded.
Others joined the long lines at the ferry to try to leave town.
CARLOS GARCIA, TOURIST : I feel sad for the people who are having such a bad time. We feel very bad about what is happening.
UNIDENTIFIED MALE: But leaving isn't an easy option for some, besides tourism, La Palma depends on banana crops to support its economy. This farmer says his house was spared but his harvest is lost. The fruit that wasn't blackened by the heat is contaminated by volcanic dust.
ANTONIO BRITO, BANANA FARMER (TRANSLATED): So this is all burnt. This has been completely burned by the heat and the wind, and the same goes for that over there. The bananas are completely burned.
UNIDENTIFIED MALE: This family living in the shadow of the volcano, all too familiar with its rumblings and the warnings that come with it. Their bags are packed and ready to go if the authorities tell them to evacuate.
1.settle down 安定下来; 平静下来
It'd be fun, after the situation in Europe settles down, to take a trip to France.
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