Bali's Volcano Halts Traffic
Mount Agung sent up a cloud of ash thousands of meters high on Monday, causing flight cancellations and the evacuation of 24,000 residents. Located on the resort island of Bali in Indonesia, the volcano had three minor eruptions that caused Indonesia to raise its aviation notice from a red to a green, meaning a potential larger eruption is imminent. Mount Agung’s antics have left 7,000 domestic and international passengers stranded at Bali’s main airport. It doesn't look like sunshine and blue skies for Bali’s vacationers this week.
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