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Some 3,000 earthquakes have taken place since Saturday in Bardarbunga—a subglacial stratovolcano located under Iceland's largest glacier. Iceland's Meteorological Office said that no earthquakes above magnitude 3 have been recorded in the last 24 hours.
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The aviation industry has been warned about the possibility of flight disruptions caused by activity at Iceland's largest volcano system.
Intense seismic tremors have been recorded at Iceland's Bardarbunga volcano for the past three days, although there are no signs yet of an eruption.
Iceland's Met Office has raised the risk level to the aviation industry to orange - the fourth level on a five-level scale.
There was a minor earthquake on the island of Bornholm on Saturday night. The Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland (GEUS) confirmed that a mild tremor hit the island at 00:36 on Sunday morning. GEUS is not fully staffed over the weekend, so the magnitude of the quake was not available until today.