News Hot springs in Yellowstone National Park, which is centered over the supervolcano

Scientists have analysed the molten rock within the dormant supervolcano beneath Yellowstone National Park and found that eruption is possible without any external trigger

Heavy flood waters sweeping through Beichuan in southwest China's Sichuan province

Devastating floods in China trigger huge landslide, burying 40

Rescue workers have been called to the scene in a bid to find survivors

Tepco head Naomi Hirose, left, with a local mayor yesterday

Japan's nuclear boss apologises for 'sloppy decisions'

Local mayors furious at application to restart reactors two years after Fukushima disaster

Residents carry the body of their relatives for funeral in Blang Mancung village after a 6.1 magnitude earthquake hit Aceh province

Indonesia earthquake: 24 dead and over 200 injured as 6.1 magnitude quake hits Aceh province

Soldiers and police are leading rescue operations in Indonesia after a 6.1 magnitude earthquake hit Aceh province leaving 24 dead and over 200 injured.

The epicentre was 13km north west of the town of Abersoch

North Wales earthquake: Tremors felt as far away as Merseyside and Ireland

An earthquake on the North Wales shoreline has been felt over an area of 140km.

A plume of ash and smoke rise from the Copahue volcano, as seen from Caviahue, in the Argentine province of Neuquen

Thousands flee as volatile South American volcano threatens to erupt

Chile and Argentina have  evacuated a region near the Copahue volcano in the Andes on the border between the two countries, after fears intensified that it would erupt.

Chile and Argentina put on red alert over Copahue volcano

Over 2,000 people evacuated across 15.5 mile radius amid fears of eruption

Huge earthquake hits east of Russia with tremors felt as far away as Moscow

The magnitude 8.2 quake was located in the Sea of Okhotsk, just to the west of the Kamchatka Peninsula

Five climbers killed after Mayon volcano erupts in Philippines

More than a dozen injured in first major activity in three years

Damaged houses are seen in the earthquake stricken town of Bushehr in Iran

Dozens killed and hundreds injured as earthquake hits near Iran's nuclear city Bushehr

At least 30 people were killed and 800 injured today when a 6.3 magnitude earthquake struck near Iran’s only nuclear power plant.

Ryanair attacked a plan to force carriers to switch passengers to other airlines after a 12-hour delay

Airline passenger rights weakened by EU as new rules will make it harder to claim compensation

European Commission says resent rules could threaten 'financial survival' of airlines

A radiation monitor indicates 114 microsieverts per hour near the building housing Fukushima’s reactor unit four

Two years on the deadly battle to save Fukushima from an invisible, odourless enemy goes on

It will take another 40 years to clean up the site of the 2011 nuclear disaster. David McNeill reports on the progress so far

Homes collapse after earthquake rattles China

A moderate earthquake in south-west China has caused hundreds of homes to collapse and injured more than 20 people.

IoS book review: The Friday Gospels, By Jenn Ashworth

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Can these men restore trust in our public institutions?

Hopes are high for lasting change as the Bank of England, the BBC and the Church of England welcome new heads in 2013

Fracking is back: Controversial gas extraction process to resume in UK

Local councils could lose their right to block large scale gas fracking projects around Britain, it emerged tonight, as the Government gave the green light for the resumption of onshore drilling.

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