Kenya says it will fully re-open its main airport in Nairobi by midnight Thursday, just a day after a huge fire led to its closure. The blaze destroyed much of the international terminal.
The only operational airport in the Libyan capital of Tripoli has suspended all flights. Rival groups have been fighting in Tripoli suburbs over the past few days.
Federal police had stopped boarding at Terminal 1 of Germany's busiest airport and evacuated part of the security area. Passengers were cleared from the airport a week earlier because of a security breach.
Officials have not reduced the warning level and a 4-kilometer danger zone remains in place around the crater. But the tens of thousands of travelers left stranded are able to leave the island.
Nearly 75,000 travelers have been stranded on the popular resort island after Mount Agung erupted. Volcanic ash can threaten aircraft by causing their engines to "flame out."
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