What you need to know about the Italian volcano eruption that’s killing thousands

The eruption of the Vesuvius volcano in March was one of the worst ever recorded in Europe, killing more than 1,200 people.

The devastation prompted calls for an end to the practice of letting tourists pass through the crater, and has been condemned by the Italian government.

A new government report calls for a new national ban on tourism to be enforced by the end of this year.

Here are some things you need know about what’s happening.

1.

The volcano is not the only thing to erupt.

There are more than 700 other volcanoes in Italy and there are also a few active ones in Greece and Spain.

There’s also a new eruption in Spain’s Basque Country, where a 5.8-metre (18-foot) caldera is under construction.

But in recent years, the number of active volcanoes has fallen.

In 2009, the Vesuvius eruption led to the collapse of the nearby Castillo del Terez.

2.

The weather is warming.

Temperatures have risen by more than 2 degrees Celsius (3.7 degrees Fahrenheit) in the past three years.

In October 2018, the city of Liguria in southern Italy saw temperatures above 50 degrees Celsius and winds up to 20 kilometres per hour (12 miles per hour).

In February 2019, temperatures in the area rose to 43 degrees Celsius.

The temperature in Italy’s south reached 53 degrees Celsius, and it has climbed above 55 degrees Celsius since late last year.

3.

The eruption may be connected to climate change.

In the late 1990s, the eruption of Vesuvia killed an estimated 50,000 people.

Scientists at the time said it was the result of a volcanic eruption that had a strong greenhouse effect.

But since the 1990s the number and intensity of volcanic eruptions have decreased, with the exception of the 2009 eruption, which is considered the biggest one to have occurred in the country.

4.

There is no indication that the eruption will affect the weather in Italy.

In Italy, the coldest month is February, with average temperatures falling below -25 C (-31 Fahrenheit).

In some parts of the country, temperatures have risen significantly since then.

5.

There have been no deaths from the eruption.

About 30 people have died from the volcano since it erupted, and only four people have been killed by the heat.

However, the death toll from Vesuvian’s eruption was about 300, making it the most deadly in the region.

6.

The city of Turin has been a hotbed for climate change, with temperatures reaching up to 50 C (104 Fahrenheit) on some days.

In some places, temperatures are up to 80 C (130 Fahrenheit), which is dangerous for people and places.

7.

Italy has been hit by severe weather, including snowstorms and ice storms.

In August 2018, a major snowstorm caused a major blackout that shut down many Italian cities for several days.

The ice storm also caused damage to roads, railways and power lines.

The snowstorm was a huge challenge for the authorities, with some experts saying that the storm was likely caused by climate change and that the authorities should have taken stronger action to prevent it. 8.

Vesuvians have been active for years.

There were an estimated 25,000 active volcanos in Italy, and many of them are still active.

In recent years the number has decreased as the number in the southern and central regions has increased.

In 2018, there were only about 1,000 eruptions.

In 2019, there have been about 20,000.

About 50 volcanoes have erupted since the 1960s, but fewer than 10 have killed as many as 3,000, and there have only been a handful of deaths.