REYKJAVIK -- Iceland's Eyjafjoell volcano spewed more ash on Tuesday than in recent days, but the level remained much lower than when the eruption began three weeks ago, an Icelandic geophysicist told AFP.
"The plume has increased. It is black ... There is more ash in the plume and it is (rising) higher," Sigrun Hreinsdottir of the University of Iceland in Reykjavik said Wednesday.
Ireland reimposed a partial ban on flights early Wednesday as the cloud of volcanic ash drifted south from Iceland, while flight restrictions were also imposed in Scotland and Northern Ireland.Read the full story on AFP