IN PHOTOS: Mount Sinabung, a year after

JAKARTA, Indonesia — It's been a year since North Sumatra's Mount Sinabung began a round of eruptions that killed dozens and forced more than 30,000 villagers to flee.

On September 15, 2013, the 2,460-meter-tall volcano began spewing hot rocks and shot ash as high as 2,000 meters into the air. It continued erupting over the next 5 months, including major ones in January and February 2014. 

All photos by EPA