Bali’s largest volcano Mount Agung has forced thousands of residents to evacuate their homes. Here is the latest news and live updates.Bringing you the latest news, live updates, seismic graphs, maps and warnings on Bali’s Mount Agung. (All times BST) Mount Agung is still showing high levels of seismic activity, according to Bali’s Geological Agency.  Steam was observed rising between 50 and 1,500 meters above the volcano’s crater yesterday, though there has been no major change in volcanic activity. The

volcano alert in Bali remains at the maximum level four, meaning an eruption is imminent. Bali officials have repeated calls for residents to stay out of Mount Agung’s danger zone, after a number of people made attempts to climb the volcano.  Dr Janine Kripper, a volcanologist monitoring Mount Agung, translated a report by the Indonesian National Board for Disaster Management. She said: “If anyone is injured on Agung – search and rescue teams will have to risk their own lives to retrieve them. READ MORE