Bali Set to Re-Open Airport as Golfers to Gangster Stranded

  • Two-day closure from volcano ash cloud disrupts tourism
  • Indian vice president, crime boss, golf pros stuck on island

A picture made available on Nov. 4, 2015 shows Mount Rinjani spewing volcanic ash.

Source: EPA

Bali’s airport is set to re-open after a two-day closure due to ash from a volcanic eruption that’s stranded professional golfers, an Indian gangster and the South Asian nation’s vice president.

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