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Volcanic eruption halts flights in Indonesia. The eruption of the Mt. Agung volcano in east Bali, Indonesia has resulted in the cancellation of at least 446 flights, affecting almost 75,000 travelers. (Photo: Shutterstock)

(Bloomberg) – Indonesian authorities shut Bali’s international airport for a second time in seven months as a fresh eruption Thursday at Mount Agung near the popular tourist island sent volcanic ashes several miles high into the sky.

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