In Nieuws In Beeld maken illustrators Mirjam Dijkema en Inés Cuesta om de beurt wekelijks een beeld in reactie op de actualiteit.
Illustratie: Inés Cuesta
The Icelandic volcano that has been disrupting thousands of flights with its ash plume has significantly reduced in activity, according to the Icelandic Meteorological Office.
No ash was detected from the Eyjafjallajokul volcano on Sunday in a flight over the crater by Icelandic scientists.
Jonsson Thorsteinn, an Icelandic Met Office forecaster, told CNN: "The volcano appears to be dormant, the activity has been going down for the last two days and at the moment there is nothing coming out... no magma."