A volcanic eruption on Tonga causing tsunami waves all over the Pacific Ocean caused ‘significant damage’ in the capital Nuku’alofa, with New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern suffering ‘substantial’ damage and suffocating her in dust; however, the full extent was unclear as communications were still jam-free on Monday.

Overseas goose are eagerly awaiting news from relatives after a powerful volcano eruption and tsunami interrupted communications with the kingdom in the southwestern Pacific Ocean.

Dramatic satellite images released on July 6,000 demonstrated the lingering, rumbling eruption of the Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha’apai volcano, spewing smoke and ash into the air, with thunderous roars emanating 10.000 kilometres away in Alaska.

Two women drowned on a beach in northern Peru due to “anomalous waves” caused by the outbreak, authorities announced Sunday, and scores of people had to be rescued from floods in southern New Zealand.

“I think the worst part is the blackout and the fact that we know nothing,” Filipo Motulalo, an investigative columnist in New Zealand for Pacific Media Network, said.

Tonga’s King Tupou VI was reportedly evacuated from the royal palaces in Nuku’alofa and taken by a police convoy to a villa far off the shore.

The volcano erupted bringing tsunamis back across the Pacific, as waves of 1.74 feet – more than 20.000 miles distance – were measured in Chanaral, Chile and smaller waves along the Pacific coast from Alaska to Mexico.

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says there are still no official reports of casualties or deaths in Tonga but warned that authorities have not yet made any contact with some coastal areas or smaller islands.

Tonga national rugby league team

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The Tonga national rugby league team represents Tonga in rugby league football. They are currently the fourth ranked team in the world. The team was formed to compete in the 1986 Pacific Cup, (wikipedia)

Jacinda Ardern

Jacinda Kate Laurell Ardern is a New Zealand politician who has been the 40th prime minister of New Zealand and leader of the Labour Party since 2017. (wikipedia)