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Smoke and dust are seen following a landslide after a volcanic eruption on Lipari Island, Italy on Aug. 16, 2010. Several people were initially said to have suffered cuts and bruises after rocks tumbled off a cliff but a crisis unit stressed that no one had been taken to hospital for treatment. The epicenter of an accompanying 4.6 magnitude tremor was located under the seabed at a depth of about 12 miles. The quake hit the area just after 3 pm (local time) and was "clearly felt" by inhabitants, many of whom left their homes.