Eyjafjallajokull volcano continues to spew ash and smoke pillars

Airspace over Europe still remains closed. Closed spaces are slowly beginning to open, gradually resumes flights at low altitude. World Health Organization prevents people with breathing problems that smoke began to drop below ground.

Lava erupting from Eyjafjallajökull volcano on April 17 against lightning. (REUTERS / Lucas Jackson)

Volcano Eyjafjallajokull glacier in southern sends ash into the air at sunset on April 16. Dense clubs volcanic ash enveloped parts of rural Iceland, and invisible plume of sand and dust covered Europe, "clean up" the sky from aircraft and forcing hundreds of thousands of people in a hurry to look for hotel rooms, train tickets and hire a taxi. (AP Photo / Brynjar Gauti)

On the picture, taken with telephoto shooting function, visible lonely farm near the Eyjafjallajokull volcano that continues to spew into the air pillars of ash and smoke. (HALLDOR KOLBEINS / AFP / Getty Images)

Vehicles traveling on the road strewn with volcanic ash near Kirkyubaeyarklaustura. (AP Photo / Omar Oskarsson)

Chunks of ice from the glacier lie on the background erupting volcano near Eyjafjallajokull April 17th. (REUTERS / Lucas Jackson)


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