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AUSTRALIA---An ashcloud has grounded
flights between Australia and south-east
Asia, and all domestic flights from Darwin
airport in the north of the country.
The cloud, which was caused by the erup-
tion of Sangeang Api in southern Indonesia
on Friday evening, has drifted across central
Australia, according to Reuters.
International flights to and from Australia
to Singapore, East Timor and the Indonesian
holiday island of Bali were among those
cancelled, including those departing from
Australia s eastern seaboard.
"The volcano is undergoing a sustained,
rather significant eruption at the moment,
so for the last ten hours we ve been observ-
ing large masses of volcanic ash being gen-
erated," Emile Jansons, the manager of the
Darwin Volcanic Ash Advisory Centre, told
"At the moment it has slowed down a
little bit since its initial big eruption, but
nobody has a very good handle on what
this volcano is likely to do in the next 24
hours or beyond," he said.
Sangeang Api s last eruption of similar
magnitude occurred in 1999, he added.
Based on weather conditions, it is unlikely
that the ash cloud will dissipate before it
reaches Australia s eastern airports and major
populations centres, Jansons said.
He also said Darwin would be impacted
until at least today, and Virginia Sanders,
a spokeswoman for Darwin International
airport confirmed that all inbound and out-
bound flights had been cancelled.
Darwin s proximity to south-east Asia
makes it an important Australian gateway
to countries such as Indonesia and East
Timor, and an important hub for oil and
natural gas off Australia s north.
Volcanic ash can be extremely dangerous
to aircraft and can cause engine failure or
damage. In 2010, an ash cloud caused by
the eruptions of the Eyjafjallajökull volcano
in Iceland caused the most widepsread
grounding of flights since the second world
war, including many Europe-bound flights
On Saturday, Qantas Airways said it had
cancelled all flights to and from Darwin and
its budget airline Jetstar had grounded nine
international and domestic flights. (UK
ed its ties with Thailand
on Saturday in the
wake of the recent mil-
itary coup, imposing a
travel ban on the junta
leaders and cutting
defence co-operation in
some of the toughest
taken by a foreign gov-
The US and other for-
eign governments have
condemned the May 22
coup, calling for a rapid
return to democracy.
The Australian gov-
ernment said it had
postponed three activ-
ities with the Thai mil-
itary and would prevent
the leaders of the coup
from travelling to Aus-
tralia as it continued to
have "grave concerns"
about the military s
actions in Thailand.
"In line with our con-
cerns, Australia is reduc-
ing our engagement
with the Thai military
and will lower the level
of our interaction with
the Thai military lead-
ership," Australia s for-
eign minister Julie Bish-
erupts on Friday
volcanic ash cloud
may halt flights to
Australia for days.
ties with Thailand
after military coup
op and defence minister
David Johnston said in
a joint statement.
Coup leader General
Prayuth Chan-ocha said
on Friday there would
be no elections for at
least a year, arguing
reforms must come first.
Reforms could only be
implemented if there
was peace and stability
and that would take
about a year, he said.
The military seized
power on May 22, oust-
ing the government of
prime minister Yingluck
Shinawatra, after meet-
ings with key figures on
both sides of Thailand s
political divide failed to
find a solution to a six-
month political dead-
The military junta
then rounded up dozens
of political figures, aca-
demics and activists.
"The Australian gov-
ernment continues to
call on the military to
set a pathway for a
return to democracy and
the rule of law as soon
as possible, to refrain
from arbitrary deten-
tions, to release those
detained for political
reasons and to respect
human rights and fun-
damental freedoms," the
Thailand and Aus-
tralia s military ties date
back to 1945 and the
countries have engaged
in a formal defence co-
that involves individual
training and maritime,
ground and air exercises
for the past four
The countries also
have a free trade agree-
ment, entered into in
The Australian gov-
ernment said it looked
forward to "normalising
our relationship as soon
as possible," but added
it would continue to
"review defence and
other bilateral activities."
Volcano ash clouds
Volcano ash clouds
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