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Ash and hot gas is shot up to six kilometres into the sky above Mount Merapi, blanketing several villages on Indonesia's main island of Java.Read more from www.abc.net.au
We have no volcanoes here but we are doing as bad (or quite close) as those villagers in Indonesia, thanks to the Saharan dust plume. Last night, I was able to see some real clouds but no stars. Today, I can't see shi-it!
OTOH, the Saharan dust plume helps in keeping our area free of Tropical storms.
JEEZ, and to think how I celebrated when 2017 ended. What a fool!
I celebrated when 2016 ended!
Can you upload any photos of what it is like for you in the dust storms?
I'm about to post a story about it in Caribbean News.
Saw it, thank you.
Taken from their war-torn homeland and raised as Indonesians, Timor-Leste's stolen children are finally coming home.Read more from ABC News
Indonesia is grappling with a coronavirus catastrophe as it records upwards of 1,000 cases per day, a situation exacerbated by the commercialisation of tests and an early reopening of the economy.Read more from www.abc.net.au
An Indonesian court hands down short prison sentences to two elite police officers for attacking a senior anti-corruption investigator with acid, in a verdict slammed by rights groups and anti-graft activists.Read more from www.abc.net.au
Mount Sinabung, one of Indonesia's best known volcanos, erupts violently for the second time in three days, sending a giant ash cloud 5 kilometres into the air, turning the sky dark.Read more from www.abc.net.au