6000 people have been evacuated from villages near a volcano on Bali amid fears it could erupt for the first time in 50 years. Authorities warned tourists to avoid hiking or camping within four miles (6km) of Mount Agung as tremors shook the area and smoke rose above the crater. Officials said 6,000 people

have been moved for safety reasons so far and more would follow.  Alert has been raised for Agung volcano of III to IV. Volcanic activity remains high and there are indications of magma rising to the surface and causing tremors said oficials working for the National Disaster Management Agency. READ MORE