Thousands flee as Bali's volcano Mount Agung spews plumes of ash 13,000ft into the air – and experts warn the next big eruption is imminent

Thousands have fled from the Indonesian island of Bali as the erupting volcano Mount Agung sent smoke and ash into the air over the weekend.
The emissions are the second this week alone, sparking warnings from experts that another, more powerful eruption is imminent.
The volcano first erupted on Tuesday, sending clouds of ash as high as 13,000ft (4000m) above the summit and bathing the mountain in an orange glow.
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The eruptions have wrecked havoc on airlines flying to and from the resort island, where many are flocking to for summer holidays. 
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27 November 2017 in Science &Technology, Views: 52
Source: Daily Mail

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