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January 17, 2020: Survivors in the Philippines are returning to their homes to see what is left after days of continuous eruptions from Taal volcano.
January 17, 2020: Several studies have suggested a volcano eruption played a greater role in the extinction of the dinosaurs than the asteroid that crashed into modern-day Mexico. A new study is hoping to end the debate, suggesting it
January 17, 2020: The isle at the heart of Lake Taal, the current focal point for Taal volcano's ongoing eruption, has given itself an extreme home makeover, with the lake within that rocky citadel having been almost entirely obliterated by ebullient eruptive activity.
January 17, 2020: The eruption of the Taal volcano in the Philippines has almost devoured a crater lake on the volcanic island.
January 17, 2020: The Taal volcano roared to life last weekend for the first time in more than 40 years, sending a massive plume of volcanic ash towering over the Philippines. This was the first time that Taal has erupted since 1977, an event that marked the end of an active period for the volcano that had begun...
January 16, 2020: When Taal erupted, Edsel Padres set up an animal shelter in his home to look after pets left behind.
January 16, 2020: Volcano experts say the danger of another eruption remains high, with more than 100 tremors reported since Wednesday.
January 16, 2020: Evacuations from a danger zone around Taal volcano continued Thursday, with some 43,000 people living in the hardest-hit province having left their homes since Sunday's eruption.
January 16, 2020: Satellites continue to monitor the Philippines volcano which has experienced a lull in activity.
January 16, 2020: The Taal Volcano eruption in the Philippines on Sunday blasted ash plumes 9 miles into the air, amazing new satellite imagery reveals.
January 15, 2020: A volcanic eruption in the Philippines continues to spew lava half a mile into the sky, creating lightning bolts, and threatening to erupt again even as tens of thousands of people continue to flee the region and hundreds of flights have been canceled or delayed.
January 15, 2020: The eruption of Taal volcano near Manila spewed lava into the sky, leaving villages blanketed by heavy ash. The falling ash pushed aviation officials to temporarily shut down the capital’s main airport, forcing the cancellation of hundreds of flights and stranding tens of thousands of travellers. Continue reading...
January 15, 2020: In their rush to escape the eruption, many people living near the Taal volcano have been forced to abandon livestock and pets. Some have defied orders and gone back for them.
January 15, 2020: The potential threat alarms a country that is no stranger to natural disasters like typhoons, earthquakes, mudslides, tsunamis and floods.
January 15, 2020: Some people in the Philippines are reportedly defying a mandatory evacuation order, even as experts warn of a massive eruption as soon as today. Drone footage shows the Taal Volcano now looks less active, but the danger below the surface still points to a serious threat. Ramy Inocencio reports.
January 15, 2020: Photos show crops, animals and people's homes covered in ash, which blanketed the Philippines earlier this week
January 15, 2020: This farmer in the Philippines woke up to gray pineapples after the Taal volcano spewed ash and lava into the sky earlier this week. We
January 14, 2020: The volcano has been launching fountains of red-hot lava 1,640 feet into the sky.
January 14, 2020: Officials have warned the volcano, which began erupting on Sunday, could be on the cusp of a much bigger eruption.
January 14, 2020: The eruption of the Taal volcano didn't stop one Philippine couple going ahead with their wedding.
January 14, 2020: Taal is a small volcano but it is complex and unpredictable which makes it a big risk, say experts.
January 14, 2020: A volcano near the Philippine capital spewed lava into the sky and trembled constantly Tuesday, possibly portending a bigger and more dangerous eruption, as tens of thousands of people fled villages darkened and blanketed by heavy ash.
January 14, 2020: Authorities said they feared the possibility of an event similar to the massive 1991 eruption of Mt. Pinatubo, which killed hundreds and blanketed large swaths of the countryside in thick ash.
January 14, 2020: Earthquakes rattle the region around Taal volcano, which has already blanketed the area in thick ash, as hundreds of thousands more face evacuation.
January 14, 2020: More than 30,000 people are on the move in the Philippines on Tuesday morning as the threat of a new volcanic eruption grows after the Taal volcano erupted Sunday and is now spewing ash up to nine miles into the air. Ramy Inocencio reports on the situation from south of Manila.