Wednesday, December 19, 2018
Bali Closes Airport as Island's Mount Agung Volcano Gushes Column of Ash and Smoke
The Indonesian tourist island of Bali closed its international airport Friday, stranding thousands of travelers, as the Mount Agung volcano gushed a 2,500-meter (8,200-feet) column of ash and smoke.
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