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LGUs allow limited access to Taal volcano-affected areas
SOME local government units in areas affected by the Taal volcano eruption allowed their residents to go home on Friday to feed their livestock, amid the seeming decrease in Taal Volcano’s activity this week.
Government getting ready to resettle Taal volcano-affected families
THE Philippine government said it is working to resettle any affected families in case of an explosive eruption of the Taal volcano.
More than 500 hikers stranded on mountain after Indonesia quake
Mataram, Indonesia -- Indonesia mounted a rescue operation Monday to reach more than 500 hikers and guides stranded by landslides on an active volcano...
Fearless farmers defy Mayon Volcano anger
AS BLISTERING lava spews from the seething volcano nearby, Philippine farmer Jay Balindang leads his buffalo through the ash-strewn paddy fields of the no-go...
Volcanic eruptions and their impact on health
ON THE evening of Jan. 13, Mayon Volcano began spewing ash and lava, causing rocks to fall from its summit. The Philippine Institute of...
DPWH prepositions equipment, sets alternate roads amid Mayon Volcano unrest
REGIONAL AND District Risk Reduction and Management Teams of the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) in the Bicol Region are on alert...
Documenting Pinatubo’s wrath
MT. PINATUBO erupted on June 15, 1991 — it was the second largest volcanic eruption in recorded history. The active stratovolcano straddles the boundaries...
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