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Bali braces for Mount Agung 'major' eruption

Bali braces for Mount Agung 'major' eruption
By Euronews
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The volcano threatening to erupt in Bali, has forced the island's main airport to shut down a second day stranding tens of thousands of tourists.


As towers of choking smoke and thick ash billow into Bali's air the race is on to evacuate 100 thousand people.

Now fearing a massive eruption from Mount Agung.

Indonesia issuing its highest warning, as the Volcano threatens to blow.

Bali's aiport is shut down, as ash shoots 2 miles into the air and hot gases rise from the mouth of the pulsating volcano.

59 thousand air travelers grounded.

The last time Mount Agung erupted - in 1963 - at least 1100 were killed unable to escape the cascading debris.

Miguel Almaguer. NBC News.

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