La Palma volcano: Falling ash disrupts tourist season

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It is tourist season on the Spanish island of La Palma, but it is being disrupted by ash from a volcano that has been erupting for weeks.

That has caused almost daily disruption and chaos since the eruption began last month.

Al Jazeera’s Alexander Lerche reports from La Palma, Spain.

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