Disaster mitigation agency urges people to stay out of designated hazard zone after volcano emits smoke and ash

Smoke and ash have been seen spewing from Mount Agung on the Indonesian island of Bali, two months after heightened volcanic activity led to people being evacuated from their homes.

The minor eruption, which formed an ash cloud 700 metres above the volcanic peak, occurred just after 5pm on Tuesday. Indonesia’s disaster mitigation agency described the eruption as “steam driven”.

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