A cloud of ash from a volcano in Chile is disrupting air travel for a fourth day Wednesday, forcing the cancellation of flights in South America, Australia and New Zealand. More than 60,000 passengers have already been stranded.

The volcano in the Puyehue-Cordon Caulle chain in Chile has been erupting for several days. In addition to Argentina and Chile, flights have been disrupted in Brazil and Uruguay.

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