After the excitement surrounding the eruption of Nabro yesterday it seems that activity has died down. At the Volcanism Blog, photos show the current situation nicely. It may well be that the eruption has turned more effusive in nature, however we won't fully know until information is received from around the volcano - information is a little cloudy at the moment.
Puyehue-Cordón Caulle is still erupting but is less active than when it first erupted. Below is the latest webcam image from sernageomin.
Elsewhere at the Dieng Volcanic Complex the current period of increased activity is continuing with the alert remaining at Level 3 for the second week running. Seismicity and gas emissions (specifically CO2) remain at elevated levels. For full info see the Global Volcanism Program weekly updates.
Will be posting later today on Galeras, Colombia the next volcano in the decade volcano series.
The Volcanism Blog
Global Volcanism Program