On October 26st 2010 Indonesian volcano Mount Merapi began erupting. Since that day it has erupted three times and has thrown millions of tonnes of ash and debris high into the sky. More than 100 people have been killed as a result of the eruption and many more have been injured. 70.000 People in the near viscinity of Mount Merapi have been evacuated as it is expected that Mount Merapi has yet to show the world what immense force lies beneath it’s surface. This gallery contains some graphic images.

The Mount Merapi Eruption

Mount Merapi releases volcanic material into the air as seen from Sidorejo village in Klaten, near Yogyakarta November 2, 2010. Mount Merapi volcano erupted on Monday for the third time in a week, driving the number of refugees to almost 70,000, as the death toll from a tsunami thousands of kilometres to the west rose to 431, officials said. REUTERS/Beawiharta

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A villager walks to his house from a temporary shelter in Sidorejo village, Klaten, as Indonesia's Mount Merapi volcano releases volcanic smoke and ash in the background, November 2, 2010. Mount Merapi erupted on Monday for the third time in a week, driving the number of refugees to almost 70,000, officials said. The fresh eruption forced a thick ash cloud around 1.5 kilometres (0.9 miles) into the air above Merapi, which sits on the outskirts of Yogyakarta city in Central Java, and caused panicked residents to flee villages on the slopes of the mountain for safety shelters. REUTERS/Beawiharta

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Students play in a field as Indonesia's Mount Merapi volcano spews smoke and ash in the background, at Candi Binangun village in Sleman, near the ancient city of Yogyakarta November 2, 2010. Mount Merapi volcano erupted on Monday for the third time in a week, driving the number of refugees to almost 70,000, officials said. The fresh eruption forced a thick ash cloud around 1.5 kilometres (0.9 miles) into the air above Merapi, and caused panicked residents to flee villages on the slopes of the mountain for safety shelters. REUTERS/Dwi Oblo

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Mount Merapi volcano spews smoke as it erupted again on Wednesday as seen from Sidorejo village in Klaten, near the ancient city of Yogyakarta, November 3, 2010. Mount Merapi has killed at least 39 people since it began erupting on October 26. Over 74 have been injured and more than 70,000 people have been evacuated, according to Indonesia's National Disaster Management Board. REUTERS/Beawiharta

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Mount Merapi volcano spews smoke as it erupted again on Wednesday as seen from Sidorejo village in Klaten, near the ancient city of Yogyakarta, November 3, 2010. Mount Merapi has killed at least 39 people since it began erupting on October 26. Over 74 have been injured and more than 70,000 people have been evacuated, according to Indonesia's National Disaster Management Board. REUTERS/Beawiharta

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Mount Merapi volcano spews smoke as it erupted again on Wednesday as seen from Sidorejo village in Klaten, near the ancient city of Yogyakarta, November 3, 2010. Mount Merapi has killed at least 39 people since it began erupting on October 26. Over 74 have been injured and more than 70,000 people have been evacuated, according to Indonesia's National Disaster Management Board. REUTERS/Beawiharta

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Mount Merapi volcano spews smoke as it erupted again on Wednesday as seen from Sidorejo village in Klaten, near the ancient city of Yogyakarta, November 3, 2010. Mount Merapi has killed at least 39 people since it began erupting on October 26. Over 74 have been injured and more than 70,000 people have been evacuated, according to Indonesia's National Disaster Management Board. REUTERS/Beawiharta

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Mount Merapi volcano spews smoke as it erupted again on Wednesday as seen from Sidorejo village in Klaten, near the ancient city of Yogyakarta, November 3, 2010. Mount Merapi has killed at least 39 people since it began erupting on October 26. Over 74 have been injured and more than 70,000 people have been evacuated, according to Indonesia's National Disaster Management Board. REUTERS/Beawiharta

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Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono speaks to villagers, who fled from their villages near Mount Merapi volcano, in a temporary shelter in Klaten of Indonesia's central Java province November 3, 2010. The National Disaster Mitigation Agency said that 38 people have been killed and 69,533 evacuated since Mount Merapi began erupting last week, while Indonesia's vulcanology agency warned that flights around Yogyakarta could be disrupted. REUTERS/Andry Prasetyo

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Villagers travel on a truck as they flee from their village in Sidorejo in Klaten of the Indonesia central Java province November 3, 2010. Mount Merapi volcano erupted with renewed strength on Wednesday, the fourth eruption in 8 days, forcing authorities to move refugee shelters further away from the volcano, a vulcanology official said. REUTERS/Andry Prasetyo

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A farmer looks at Mount Merapi volcano as it erupts, from Wukirsari village in Sleman, near the ancient city of Yogyakarta November 4, 2010. Mount Merapi has killed at least 39 people since it began erupting on October 26. Over 74 have been injured and more than 70,000 people have been evacuated, according to Indonesia's National Disaster Management Board on Wednesday. REUTERS/Beawiharta

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Villagers watch as Mount Merapi volcano erupts, as seen from Wukirsari village in Sleman, near the ancient city of Yogyakarta November 4, 2010. Mount Merapi has killed at least 39 people since it began erupting on October 26. Over 74 have been injured and more than 70,000 people have been evacuated, according to Indonesia's National Disaster Management Board on Wednesday. REUTERS/Beawiharta

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A man rides his motorcycle during ash rain in the city of Magelang, as Mount Merapi volcano erupts, November 4, 2010. Mount Merapi has killed at least 39 people since it began erupting on October 26. Over 74 have been injured and more than 70,000 people have been evacuated, according to Indonesia's National Disaster Management Board on Wednesday. REUTERS/Beawiharta

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A man rides his motorcycle during ash rain in the city of Magelang as Mount Merapi volcano erupts November 4, 2010. Mount Merapi has killed at least 39 people since it began erupting on October 26. Over 74 have been injured and more than 70,000 people have been evacuated, according to Indonesia's National Disaster Management Board on Wednesday. REUTERS/Beawiharta

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A man walks near temporary shelter at Jumoyo village in the city of Magelang as Mount Merapi volcano erupts November 4, 2010. Mount Merapi has killed at least 39 people since it began erupting on October 26. Over 74 have been injured and more than 70,000 people have been evacuated, according to Indonesia's National Disaster Management Board on Wednesday. REUTERS/Beawiharta

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A mother carries her child as she walks down an ash-covered street in Muntilan, as Mount Merapi erupted for the fifth time, November 4, 2010. Mount Merapi has killed at least 39 people since it began erupting on October 26. Over 74 have been injured and more than 70,000 people have been evacuated, according to Indonesia's National Disaster Management Board on Wednesday. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)

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A girl takes a picture of Mount Merapi volcano as it erupts and spews out clouds of hot gas and debris as seen from Wukirsari village in Sleman, near the ancient city of Yogyakarta, November 4, 2010. Mount Merapi has killed at least 39 people since it began erupting on October 26. Over 74 have been injured and more than 70,000 people have been evacuated, according to Indonesia's National Disaster Management Board on Wednesday. REUTERS/Beawiharta

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A woman carries her child while walking through ash rain, after Mount Merapi volcano erupted, in Magelang November 4, 2010. Mount Merapi blasted ash and gas into the sky on Thursday, killing six more people in the latest in a series of eruptions over the past nine days that claimed 44 lives and forced more than 75,000 to flee their homes. REUTERS/Beawiharta

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Soldiers carry a man with burn injuries sustained from Mount Merapi's latest eruption upon arriving at Sarjito hospital in Yogyakarta November 5, 2010. Mount Merapi volcano erupted with renewed ferocity on Friday, killing another 54 people and blanketing the surrounding area with ash. REUTERS/Dwi Oblo

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A man with injuries sustained from Mount Merapi's latest eruption arrives at Sarjito hospital in Yogyakarta November 5, 2010. Indonesia's Mount Merapi volcano erupted with renewed ferocity on Friday, killing another 54 people and blanketing the surrounding area with ash. REUTERS/Dwi Oblo

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A man sells masks on an ash-covered street as Mount Merapi volcano erupts for the fifth time in Muntilan November 4, 2010. Mount Merapi has killed at least 39 people since it began erupting on October 26. Over 74 have been injured and more than 70,000 people have been evacuated, according to Indonesia's National Disaster Management Board on Wednesday. REUTERS/Beawiharta

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A villager stands outside a temporary shelter at Maguwoharjo stadium in Yogyakarta November 5, 2010. Indonesia's Mount Merapi volcano erupted with renewed ferocity on Friday, killing another 54 people and blanketing the surrounding area with ash. REUTERS/Beawiharta

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A woman prays in a temporary shelter at Maguwoharjo Stadium in Yogyakarta, November 5, 2010. Indonesia's Mount Merapi volcano erupted with renewed ferocity on Friday, killing another 54 people and blanketing the surrounding area with ash. REUTERS/Beawiharta

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A woman wears face mask and shields herself with an umbrella in front of a tent covered in ash at a temporary shelter in Jumoyo village in the city of Magelang November 5, 2010. Indonesia's Mount Merapi volcano erupted with renewed ferocity on Friday, bringing the total death toll to over 100 and blanketing the area with white ash. REUTERS/Beawiharta

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Children carry an umbrella to shield themselves from ash as they walk among ash-covered tents at a temporary shelter in Jumoyo village in the city of Magelang November 5, 2010. Indonesia's Mount Merapi volcano erupted with renewed ferocity on Friday, bringing the total death toll to over 100 and blanketing the area with white ash. REUTERS/Beawiharta

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An umbrella is seen in the doorway of an ash-covered tent at a temporary shelter in Jumoyo village in the city of Magelang November 5, 2010. Indonesia's Mount Merapi volcano erupted with renewed ferocity on Friday, bringing the total death toll to over 100 and blanketing the area with white ash. REUTERS/Beawiharta

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A woman shields herself and her child with an umbrella during an ash rain while they walk to their tent at a temporary shelter in Jumoyo village in the city of Magelang November 5, 2010. Indonesia's Mount Merapi volcano erupted with renewed ferocity on Friday, killing another 54 people and blanketing the surrounding area with ash. REUTERS/Beawiharta

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Soldiers carry a body from Argomulyo village in Indonesia's Sleman district of Central Java province November 5, 2010. Indonesia's Mount Merapi volcano erupted with renewed ferocity on Friday, killing another 54 people and blanketing the surrounding area with ash. Ten days of eruptions have now killed nearly 100 people and forced the evacuation of more than 75,000. REUTERS/Stringer

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Soldiers carry bodies from Argomulyo village in Sleman district of the Indonesia Central Java province November 5, 2010. Indonesia's Mount Merapi volcano erupted with renewed ferocity on Friday, killing another 54 people and blanketing the surrounding area with ash. Ten days of eruptions have now killed nearly 100 people and forced the evacuation of more than 75,000. REUTERS/Stringer

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Bodies of victims of Indonesia's Mount Merapi eruption are seen in front of a house in Argomulyo village, Cangkringan, in Sleman November 5, 2010. Indonesia's Mount Merapi volcano erupted with renewed ferocity on Friday, bringing the total death toll to over 100 and blanketing the area with white ash. REUTERS/Aditia Surya

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Volunteers and soldiers carry the body of a victim of Mount Merapi eruption at Argomulyo village, Cangkringan, in Sleman November 5, 2010. Indonesia's Mount Merapi volcano erupted with renewed ferocity on Friday, bringing the total death toll to over 100 and blanketing the area with white ash. REUTERS/Aditia Surya

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A search and rescue team looks for victims at Ngancar village in Sleman district in the Indonesian Central Java province November 6, 2010. Mount Merapi volcano erupted with renewed ferocity on Friday, killing 65 people, bringing the total death told to over 100 and blanketing the area with white ash. REUTERS/Andry Prsetyo

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A search and rescue team recovers a body at Ngancar village in Sleman district in the Indonesian Central Java province November 6, 2010. Mount Merapi volcano erupted with renewed ferocity on Friday, killing 65 people, bringing the total death told to over 100 and blanketing the area with white ash. REUTERS/Andry Prsetyo

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A house kitchen is pictured covered by ash in Cangkringan village off the Indonesia's Central Java province, November 6, 2010. Mount Merapi volcano erupted with renewed ferocity on Friday, killing 65 people, bringing the total death more than 100 after its erupted on October 26. REUTERS/Dwi Oblo

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Dead cows are seen in Cangkringan village off Indonesia's Central Java province, November 6, 2010. Mount Merapi volcano erupted with renewed ferocity on Friday, killing 65 people, bringing the total death more than 100 after its erupted on October 26. REUTERS/Dwi Obl

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Villagers evacuate livestock from Wukisari village, off Indonesia's Central Java province, November 6, 2010. Mount Merapi volcano erupted with renewed ferocity on Friday, killing 65 people, bringing the total death more than 100 after its erupted on October 26. REUTERS/Dwi Oblo

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Villagers ride a truck as they leave for a temporary shelter at Ketep village in Magelang, Indonesia's Central Java province November 6, 2010. Indonesia's Mount Merapi volcano erupted with renewed ferocity on Friday, killing another 54 people and blanketing the surrounding area with ash. REUTERS/Beawiharta

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Signs of the volcanic eruption at Mount Merapi are pictured in this NASA Terra satellite image taken October 30, 2010. The Indonesian volcano erupted with renewed ferocity Friday, killing 65 people, bringing the total death told to over 100 and blanketing the area with white ash. REUTERS/DigitalGlobe

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Lightning strikes as Mount Merapi volcano erupts spewing out towering clouds of hot gas and debris, as seen from Ketep village in Magelang, Indonesia's Central Java province November 6, 2010. Indonesia's Mount Merapi volcano erupted with renewed ferocity on Friday, killing another 54 people and blanketing the surrounding area with ash. REUTERS/Beawiharta

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Motorists ride through a dusty street in the Magelang district of Indonesia's central Java province November 8, 2010. Mount Merapi, on the outskirts of Yogyakarta, began spewing lava, superheated gas and deadly clouds of ash two week ago and has so far killed over 130 people and forced the evacuation of nearly 300,000. Dozens of flights to and from the capital Jakarta, around 600 km (375 miles) from the volcano, were cancelled over the weekend after the volcano belched fresh clouds of volcanic ash 6,000 metres (19,000 ft) into the atmosphere. REUTERS/Dwi Oblo

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A villager looks at Mount Merapi spewing smoke and ash, at Ketep in Magelang, Indonesia's central Java province, November 9, 2010. Mount Merapi, on the outskirts of Yogyakarta, began spewing lava, superheated gas and deadly clouds of ash two week ago and has so far killed over 130 people and forced the evacuation of nearly 300,000. REUTERS/Dwi Oblo

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The eruption of Mount Merapi is seen from Prambanan temple in Sleman, Indonesia's central Java province November 10, 2010. Mount Merapi showed lethargic signs on Wednesday but authorities would not lower down its alert status because of its intense seismic activities, the head of the country's vulcanolology agency said. REUTERS/Andry Prasetyo

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Soldiers and rescue workers transported by a military vehicle searching for more victims in Kalitengah village in the Sleman district of Indonesia's central Java province November 10, 2010. Mount Merapi showed lethargic signs on Wednesday but authorities would not lower down its alert status because of its intense seismic activities, the head of the country's vulcanolology agency said. REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas