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Airports Close for Second Day as Ash Spreads Over Europe

As a giant plume of volcanic ash continued across the continent, European authorities said there was no prospect of a return to normal flights until Saturday at the earliest. Volcanic ash - Iceland - Airport - Volcano - Volcanoes

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