Farmers flee as world's deadliest volcano rumbles

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In this photo taken June 22, 2011, sulfuric gases from Mount Tambora's crater seep around its caldera area in West Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia. Bold farmers routinely ignore orders to evacuate the slopes of live volcanoes in Indonesia, but those living on Tambora took no chances when history's deadliest mountain rumbled ominously this month, Sept. 2011. (AP Photo/KOMPAS Images, Fikria Hidayat) EDITORIAL USE ONLY

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Bold farmers in Indonesia routinely ignore orders to evacuate the slopes of live volcanoes, but those living on Tambora took no chances when history's deadliest mountain rumbled ominously this month. (AP)

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