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Dozens of flights cancelled as Bali volcano continues to spew smoke

Smoke from Mount Agung on Sunday morning disrupted at least 28 flights, affecting more than 2,000 passengers

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Mount Agung (above) spewing smoke as high as 4,000 metres above its summit on Sunday morning but Ngurah Rai airport was operating as usual, with the decision to delay or divert flight up to individual airlines.

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Mount Agung spewing smoke as high as 4,000 metres above its summit on Sunday morning but Ngurah Rai airport (above) was operating as usual, with the decision to delay or divert flight up to individual airlines.

Denpasar, Indonesia

A VOLCANO on the Indonesian tourist hub of Bali sent plumes of grey smoke and steam thousands of metres into the air again, triggering flight cancellations which have left thousands of tourists stranded, officials said on Sunday.

Mount Agung spewed smoke as high

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