Indonesian villagers near active volcano refuse to relocate

Mount Merapi's eruption in 2010 killed 275 people and destroyed farms but some villagers moved back within months.

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    There has been a warning of increased volcanic activity around Indonesia's Mount Merapi, the country's most active volcano.

    Thousands of people have been put on high alert, but some residents are refusing to relocate.

    Al Jazeera's Florence Looi reports from Mount Merapi, Indonesia.


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