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Bali's Airport To Reopen As Volcano Continues To Belch And Rumble

As Mount Agung continues to erupt, the main airport at Denpasar announced reversed course and reopened after a three-day closure.

The airport on Indonesia's major tourist island of Bali has temporarily reopened after a three-day shutdown, even as an erupting volcano continues to spew ash, blocking flight paths and prompting evacuation calls.

Shortly after officials had extended closure of the airport at Denpasar for another

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