Batu Tara (Sunda Islands, Indonesia): The volcano has entered a phase of more vigorous explosions again. In the past days, it produced a series of ash plumes that were detected on satellite imagery. VAAC Darwin reported volcanic ash drifting at 8,000 ft (2.4 km) altitude for 50 km to the west.
Fuego (Guatemala): Activity increased at the volcano during Friday-Saturday. Near continuous mild to moderate strombolian explosions were observed and a new lava flow was erupted on the upper southern flank. Judging from the seismic signal, activity has decreased again today.
Ubinas (Peru): Ash emissions have become near continuous and produce a plume extending approx 100 km to the NE of the volcano. Seismic activity is elevated.
More at Volcano Discovery: Volcanoes Today, 19 May 2014: Fuego, Batu Tara, Ubinas