More articles about: taal volcano eruption

 
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What was once a florid community has turned into a colorless landscape with buried houses, burnt trees, and lost dogs.
For most, Taal Volcano’s eruption on January 12 arrived in the form of relentless dust, but its real effects are much more disastrous. In this series of images by photojournalist Jilson Tiu, the life and loss of people in the danger zone ...
 
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A leisurely Sunday drive quickly turned into an unexpected adventure.
It started out innocently enough: you get a nice car for the weekend, you take it up to Tagaytay. I’ve done it so many times it’s practically a no-brainer. So on that Sunday afternoon, after a nice long lunch at City of ...
 
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From volcanic eruptions to floods...
Volcanoes are erupting. There's a tsunami warning out. Metro Manila floods after just a few hours of rain. We're not doomsday preppers, but we also want to be prepared. Life is unpredictable, but survival doesn't have to be. Make sure that your go-bag, ...
 
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Does the law protect you from going to work during typhoons or volcanic eruptions?
In light of Taal Volcano’s unrest and the resulting ash fall that has blanketed nearby areas, Malacañang announced the suspension of classes as well as work in government offices in Calabarzon (Region IV-A), the National Capital Region (NCR), and Region 3. Presidential spokesperson ...
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