Volcanic Ash Halts European Air Travel

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Richard Harris, science correspondent, NPR
Joe Palca, science correspondent, NPR

Plumes of ash from a volcano in Iceland forced airlines to cancel flights, at a cost of more than a billion dollars. The enormous ash cloud also interrupted shipments of fresh fruits, vegetables and other products from Africa to Europe.

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