Bali volcano latest: Backlash at selfie man as Mount Agung dangerously close to eruption - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukBali volcano latest: Backlash at selfie man as Mount Agung dangerously close to eruptionExpress.co.ukA THRILL-SEEKER who took a selfie on top of a Bali volcano which is feared dangerously close to eruption is facing backlash from Indonesian authorities. By Leigh Boobyer. PUBLISHED: 00:01, Sat, Oct 7, 2017 | UPDATED: 12:46, Sat, Oct 7, 2017 ...and more »

Foreign celebrities vacation in Bali amid Mount Agung's potential eruption - The Star Online

The Star OnlineForeign celebrities vacation in Bali amid Mount Agung's potential eruptionThe Star OnlineTourists watch traditional Balinese Kecak Dance at Uluwatu Temple on Bali, Indonesia. Kecak (also known as Ramayana Monkey Chant) is very popular cultural show on Bali. (Shutterstock.com/Alexander Mazurkevich). BALI: Two foreign celebrities from two ...and more »

Fear of Bali volcano eruption sparks panic in Indonesia; over 140000 evacuated [Photos] - Firstpost

FirstpostFear of Bali volcano eruption sparks panic in Indonesia; over 140000 evacuated [Photos]FirstpostMount Agung, a rumbling volcano towering over the east of the Indonesian island of Bali, has forced more than 140,000 people to flee as authorities warn that it can erupt at any time. AP. Mount Agung, a rumbling volcano towering over the east of the ...and more »

Bali volcano: Frenchman Karl Kaddouri comes under fire for climbing to the top of volatile Mount Agung - The West Australian

The West AustralianBali volcano: Frenchman Karl Kaddouri comes under fire for climbing to the top of volatile Mount AgungThe West AustralianIndonesian authorities are urging people not to climb the active Mount Agung volcano on Bali after a video of a foreigner standing at the edge of its smoking crater circulated online. Disaster Mitigation Agency spokesman Sutopo Purwo Nugroho says the ...and more »

French tourist films himself atop active volcano Mount Agung in Bali - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning HeraldFrench tourist films himself atop active volcano Mount Agung in BaliThe Sydney Morning HeraldA Frenchman has earned the ire of Indonesian authorities by filming himself perched on the edge of the crater of Bali's active volcano Mount Agung. Karl Kaddouri, who lives in Bali, posted a video to social media of himself standing on the edge of the ...and more »

Bali volcano WATCH LIVE: Mount Agung latest seismograph – ERUPTION IMMINENT – LIVE WEBCAM - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukBali volcano WATCH LIVE: Mount Agung latest seismograph – ERUPTION IMMINENT – LIVE WEBCAMExpress.co.ukBALI VOLCANO update show Mount Agung is still poised for a huge eruption after reports of a dramatic increase in the levels of seismic activity – watch live webcam of the latest seismographs. By Joe Barnes. PUBLISHED: 10:25, Sat, Oct 7, 2017 | UPDATED: ...and more »

5 links between erupting volcanoes and climate change - E&E News

5 links between erupting volcanoes and climate changeE&E NewsA fisherman repairing his sail, with Mount Agung in the background, in Bali, Indonesia, yesterday. About 150,000 people have fled from the Mount Agung area since authorities raised the volcano's alert status to the highest level on Sept. 22 after a ...and more »

Do not hesitate to visit Bali, it is safe - ANTARA

Do not hesitate to visit Bali, it is safeANTARAJakarta (ANTARA News) - Despite Mount Agung being active, it has not yet erupted, but news reports on it have deterred several foreign tourists. Tourism industry is the backbone of Balis economy. Bali has set a target to attract 5.5 million foreign ...and more »

Bali volcano update: Mount Agung seismic activity up 23% increase in 24 hours - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukBali volcano update: Mount Agung seismic activity up 23% increase in 24 hoursExpress.co.ukMOUNT AGUNG is still poised for a massive eruption on the Indonesian island of Bali after reports show a dramatic increase in the levels of seismic activity. By Rebecca Perring Rebecca Perring. PUBLISHED: 10:30, Sat, Oct 7, 2017 | UPDATED: 10:45, Sat, ...and more »

Evacuees of Mt Agung in Klungkung district gradually return to hometown - ANTARA

Evacuees of Mt Agung in Klungkung district gradually return to hometownANTARAKlungkung, Bali (ANTARA News) - Hundreds of Mount Agung evacuees in Klungkung district, Bali province, are returning to safe areas in Karangasem district. "The data has been collected, and today, some evacuees have been returned to the various ...and more »

Mount Agung's Eruption Could Create the World's Most Fertile Soil - The Wire

The WireMount Agung's Eruption Could Create the World's Most Fertile SoilThe WireVolcanic ash can cause a nuisance to farmers, burying agricultural lands and damaging crops. But in the long term, this ash will create highly productive soil that can support huge populations. Jemeluk beach is seen some 15 km away from Mount Agung, ...and more »

BNPB to Tourists: No Worries, Bali is Safe - Netralnews

BNPB to Tourists: No Worries, Bali is SafeNetralnewsOnly on the slopes of Mount Agung (Gunung Agung) is dangerous so tourists are advised not to be afraid to visit Bali. BALI, NETRALNEWS.COM - Head of Information Data Center and Public Relations of National Disaster Management Agency (BNPB) ...and more »

Tourism Minister visits Besakih Temple to oversee situation around Mount Agung - Jakarta Post

Jakarta PostTourism Minister visits Besakih Temple to oversee situation around Mount AgungJakarta PostTourism Minister visits Besakih Temple to oversee situation around Mount Agung Besakih Temple that is located nine kilometers away from the center of eruption. (Antara/Nyoman Budhiana). Bookmark this page. 76. Share. share on facebook · share on ...and more »

Dozens pray at Hindu temple on slopes of restive Bali volcano - Asahi Shimbun

Asahi ShimbunDozens pray at Hindu temple on slopes of restive Bali volcanoAsahi ShimbunPhoto/Illutration Bali Gov. Mangku Pastika, left in first row, prays with other Hindu worshipers during a ceremony on Oct. 5 at Besakih temple, which is located few kilometers from the crater of Mount Agung volcano in Karangasem, Bali, Indonesia. (AP ...and more »

American woman's mission is to rescue dogs from Bali volcano - Charleston Post Courier

Charleston Post CourierAmerican woman's mission is to rescue dogs from Bali volcanoCharleston Post CourierBali Animal Welfare Association volunteer Janice Girardi of California feeds dogs abandoned in Karangasem, about 5.6 miles away from the Mount Agung volcano, in Bali, Indonesia. photographs by Firdia Lisnawati/AP. Indonesia Bali Volcano. Buy Now.and more »

The show goes on: Ubud writers festival to bring big names to Bali as Mount Agung rumbles - The Guardian

The GuardianThe show goes on: Ubud writers festival to bring big names to Bali as Mount Agung rumblesThe GuardianUbud writers festival was launched in 2002, to encourage visitors back to the region following the Bali bombings. Photograph: Greg Saunders. Bali. The show goes on: Ubud writers festival to bring big names to Bali as Mount Agung rumbles. The festival ...and more »

Bali volcano updates come via US-based NZ vulcanologist - ABC Online

Bali volcano updates come via US-based NZ vulcanologistABC OnlineBali's Governor is urging countries, including Australia, to lift travel advisories that were issued after increased volcanic activity on the island. In its latest bulletin, the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade advises Australians ...and more »

BNPB extends Mount Agung`s emergency alert status - ANTARA

BNPB extends Mount Agung`s emergency alert statusANTARAKarangasem, Bali (ANTARA News) - Indonesias National Disaster Mitigation Agency (BNPB) has extended the emergency alert status of Mount Agung in Bali until Oct 16, due to its volcanic activity. "Until today, on average, its activity has not yet dropped ...and more »

Bali governor urges evacuees from outside danger zone to return home - Ballarat Courier

Bali governor urges evacuees from outside danger zone to return homeBallarat CourierAlmost 2400 evacuees who fled the area surrounding Mount Agung volcano in eastern Bali have returned home as authorities stress it is safe for those who live outside the danger zone to return to their villages. See your ad here ...and more »

Bali to Lose 70000 Tourists due to Agung Volcanic Activity - Latin American Herald Tribune

Bali to Lose 70000 Tourists due to Agung Volcanic ActivityLatin American Herald TribuneJAKARTA – The Indonesian Hotel and Restaurant Association said on Thursday that around 70,000 tourists might have canceled their visits to the island of Bali due to Mount Agung's volcanic activity, of which the maximum alert for a possible eruption has ...and more »