About 10,000 villagers have fled their homes after surge in seismic activity around mountain stokes fears of eruption

Indonesian authorities have raised the alert level for Mount Agung volcano in Bali to its highest degree after a surge in seismic activity around the mountain sparked fears of an eruption.

Approximately 10,000 villagers had left their homes around the volcano, officials said. It was the third time in little more than a week that the alert level had been raised.

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