"Don't let the community suffer," one local official asked of the president.
When you just can't face changing your ticket.
The death toll is expected to rise once the rubble of more than 13,000 flattened and damaged houses is cleared away.
"All the hotel guests were running, so I did too. People filled the streets," Michelle Lindsay, an Australian tourist, said. "A lot of officials were urging people not to panic."
"I wanted to go on an adventure," Drew said.
Christian Beasley's mother told Newsweek her son suffered physical abuse while in Kerobokan.
News of the arrest was eclipsed by the discovery of 24 ancient human skulls discovered in two mailed packages, announced at the same press conference.
The active volcano, whose alert level is at its highest, erupted four consecutive times on Tuesday morning.
The 32-year-old faces charges of drug trafficking under the country's strict drug laws.
The man's mother tells Newsweek about her shock when her son knocked on her door in the middle of the night.
Christian Beasley shaved his head but was identified nonetheless.
Authorities believe the prisoner managed to cut through steel bars above the ceiling.
A huge ash cloud forced the closure of Bali's Ngurah Rai International Airport on Monday for 24 hours.
Indonesia's Disaster Mitigation Agency set up an exclusion zone and ordered people to "immediately evacuate."
When it comes to eruptions, everything is unpredictable.
Authorities say evacuees will have to wait out the activity.
But authorities say they can't predict exactly when the blast will happen.
The U.S. is advising against any visits to the volcano, warning that an eruption could disrupt flights.
The four men had been jailed on drug and fraud charges.
Ash can be pulled into jet engines, affecting the internal operations of the engine and fuel flow.
Jakarta resists international pressure and orders executions of drug traffickers, including two Australians, to proceed.