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Threat status climbs to second-highest level with no-go zone extended and flights rerouted

Authorities in Indonesia have raised the danger level for the volcano that triggered a tsunami on Saturday, killing hundreds of people, and extended the no-go zone to three miles.

Flights around the Anak Krakakau volcano were rerouted and the crater’s status was raised to high alert, the second-highest level.

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