Bali’s volcano rumbles again
Bali (Indonesia), Jul 01 (ANI): Mount Agung on Indonesia’s holiday island of Bali has been rumbling to life intermittently since late last year, and began belching smoke and ash again. Sevearl flights were cancelled as rumbling Bali volcano belched a fresh plume of smoke and ash more than 1,000 metres (3,300 feet) into the sky. The crater has been erupting periodically since it rumbled back to life last year. The volcano’s activity slowed down for a time before the eruption threat reared its head again in November, sparking travel chaos and pounding Bali’s lucrative tourism industry and its wider economy. There is a four kilometre no-go zone around Agung’s peak. Indonesia is the world’s most active volcanic region.