VIDEO: Why miners in Indonesia risk their lives to get sulfur from inside an active volcano

In East Java, Indonesia, hundreds of miners face deadly smoke to mine sulfur, or "devil's gold." They risk respiratory illness and death to haul 200-pound loads of sulfur up crater walls. So why do they do it? In this episode of Risky Business, we head to the Ijen volcano to find out.

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