Sicilians Take Grumpy Mount Etna in Their Stride

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But not everyone is quite so philosophical. "I trust the facts, not emotions," said Vito Scandurra, a retired maths teacher. "But the guides who know this mountain better than any volcanologist say this time Etna won't go back to sleep in a hurry."

Copyright 2001, The Independent (London)

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