"the Volcano Soputan in central Indonesia, spewing out a pillar of ash over 7 000 metres up in the air, reports the news agency AP on Twitter."
"Then the volcano had two eruptions during the Sunday morning calls on the authorities of locals to keep out of the way when the lava within short is expected to start streaming down the sides. They warned also that the lava may flow into nearby rivers and askregn."
"The 1 784 metres high Soputan is one of Indonesia's over 120 active volcanoes. The island nation is hit regularly by both volcanic eruptions and earthquakes because of its location at the Eldringen, an area with high seismic activity."
"During the Monday, a quake with a magnitude of 6.2 is around 17 miles southwest of the city of Kapongang in eastern Indonesia. No tsunami warnings have been issued."