A public bus drives past Mount Sinabung volcano (background) as it spews volcanic ashes into the air in Karo district in North Sumatra province on June 10, 2015 (AFP Photo / Sutanta Aditya)
A public bus drives past Mount Sinabung volcano (background) as it spews volcanic ashes into the air in Karo district in North Sumatra province on June 10, 2015 (AFP Photo / Sutanta Aditya)

An Indonesian volcano near an ancient volcano that once nearly destroyed humankind is getting ready to erupt. At the moment, it’s throwing smoke high into the sky. Sinabung volcano in Northern Sumatra, Indonesia, is only 35 kilometers from the Toba volcano whose super-eruption, according to scientists, put mankind on the brink of extinction almost 70,000 years ago by causing a “nuclear winter,” which could have lasted several years. Read Article