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Bali volcano: Mt Agung ash shuts airport for second day

Thousands of travellers have been stranded by the airport closure



Indonesian officials have shut the international airport in Bali for a second day, as Mount Agung spews volcanic ash into the atmosphere.

Massive plumes of dark ash were seen reaching as high as 3km (2 miles) above the summit of the rumbling volcano, which began erupting last week.

Read more: Bali volcano: Mt Agung ash shuts airport for second day

Morocco prays for rain as shortage threatens agriculture

The country faced a drought in 2016 that caused a major drop in food production



The king of Morocco called for all mosques in the country to pray for rain on Friday, amid a shortage threatening the country's agriculture.

King Mohammed VI had issued a royal decree asking Moroccans to "to implore the Almighty to spread his benevolent rains on the earth".

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Myanmar Rohingya crisis: Deal to allow return of Muslim refugees

Hundreds of thousands of Rohingya people are now living in refugee camps like this one in Bangladesh



Bangladesh has signed a deal with Myanmar to return hundreds of thousands of Rohingya Muslims who fled a recent army crackdown.

A statement from the Bangladesh foreign ministry said displaced people could begin to return within two months.

Read more: Myanmar Rohingya crisis: Deal to allow return of Muslim refugees

Dead Thai soldier's missing organs shrouded in mystery

Phakhapong Tanyakan was a first year military student



The case of a Thai army cadet who died under mysterious circumstances and had his organs removed has left his family angry and with many questions.

Phakhapong Tanyakan died on 17 October - and his family was told the cause of death was a sudden cardiac arrest.

Read more: Dead Thai soldier's missing organs shrouded in mystery



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