Germania ha claudite alicunes de su aeroportos a causa de cineres vulcanic.

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Germania ha claudite alicunes de su aeroportos in le nord del pais a causa del propagation del nube vulcanic que veni del eruption de un vulcano In Islanda.

Le autoritates ha suspendite le volos inter Bremen e Hamburgo e preveni que il es possibile que illes debera clauder le spatio aeree in altere citates, inter illos le capital, Berlin, al minus usque le fin del mercuridi.

Le Prime Ministro de Islanda, Olafur Ragnar Grimsson, ha dicite, nonobstante, que le eruption del Grímsvötn sta a debilitar se.

Alemania ha cerrado algunas de sus aeropuertos a causa de la ceniza volcánica.

Alemania ha cerrado algunos de sus aeropuertos en el norte del país a causa de la propagación de la nube volcánica procedente de la erupción de un volcán en Islandia.

Las autoridades han suspendido los vuelos entre Bremen y Hamburgo y advirtieron que es posible que tengan que cerrar el espacio aéreo en otras ciudades, entre ellas la capital, Berlín, por lo menos hasta el final del miércoles.

El Primer Ministro de Islandia, Olafur Ragnar Grimsson, ha dicho, sin embargo, que la erupción del Grímsvötn está debilitándose.

Germany has closed some of its airports because of volcanic ash.

Germany has closed some of its airports in the north because of the spread of the volcanic cloud from the eruption of a volcano in Iceland.

The authorities have suspended flights between Bremen and Hamburg and warned that they may have to close off the air space in other cities, including the capital, Berlin, at least until the end of Wednesday.

The Prime Minister of Iceland, Olafur Ragnar Grimsson, has said, however, that the eruption of Grímsvötn is weakening.

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