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The airport on the holiday island of Bali has reopened after tens of thousands of travellers were stranded for two days due to an erupting volcano, but Indonesia's President said the danger has not passed and urged anyone within the mountain's exclusion zone to get out "for the sake of their safety." Mount Agung has been hurling clouds of white and dark gray ash about 7,600m (4.7 miles) into the atmosphere and lava is welling up in the crater, though it remains unclear how bad the current situation might get or how long it could last.Indonesian authorities raised their warning for the volcano to the top level four alert earlier in the week, and told residents around the mountain to immediately evacuate, warning of an "imminent" risk of a larger eruption.If you don’t greet them with a smile you get four slaps. #WATCH: Chilling CCTV footage of moment when Journalist Sandeep Sharma was run over by a truck in Bhind.He had been reporting on the sand mafia and had earlier complained to Police about threat to his life.Nearly 40,000 people are now staying in 225 shelters, according to the Disaster Mitigation Agency in Karangasem.Mudflows have been seen on the mountain's slopes, and authorities warned more are possible, since it's the rainy season in Bali.

He added that “these local dons are the big figures.The incidents appeared to be unrelated though Mr Sharma had been investigating a controversial story at the time of his death and Mr Nischal and Mr Singh had just gotten into an argument with a local politician after filing a story.


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