At least six people were killed in a massive volcanic eruption in a small island in Indonesia.
Mount Rokatenda, on the island of Palue, exploded on Saturday shooting ash about a mile into the air.
The hot ash killed the adults and children who were sleeping in a beach village, in the so-called "exclusion zone."
Palue is about 1,250 miles east of Jakarta with a population of around 7,000. It is about two miles wide.
Indonesia is no stranger to volcanoes, as many of its islands lay in what is called the "ring of fire" - a series of volcanoes caused by fault lines in southeast Asia.
About 350 people died in central Java in 2010 after the eruption of Mount Merapi.