Bali air­port re­opened as wind clears vol­canic ash:

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The air­port on the re­sort is­land of Bali re­opened af­ter an erupt­ing vol­cano forced its clo­sure two days ago. Vol­canic ash reach­ing 25,000 feet in the air be­gan drift­ing south and south­east of Mount Agung, leav­ing clean space above the air­port for planes to land and take off, an air­port spokesman said. Indonesia’s pres­i­dent cau­tioned, how­ever, that the dan­ger had not passed and urged any­one within the mountain’s ex­clu­sion zone to get out “for the sake of their safety.”

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