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He based the paintings from photographs he took of the eruption.
Michael Sagaran was at work at Taal Vista Hotel in Tagaytay City when plumes of smoke started spewing out of Taal Volcano on January 12. The hotel is situated right on the ridge and has a direct view of the volcano and ...
 
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It looks more like the surface of the Moon than that of earth.
PHIVOLCS has officially lowered Taal Volcano's status from Alert Level 2 to Alert Level 1. The new level still asserts that entry to Taal remains strictly prohibited while also warning of possible explosions, earthquakes, and minor ashfall.It's a welcome change months after the volcano's ...
 
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Face masks seem to be a trend for 2020.
No one told us the face mask was going to be a theme for ushering in 2020. Taal volcano’s ashes still choke a number of heavily affected towns in Batangas, and with many families unable to return yet to their homes, the ...
 
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With the bans lifted, residents can now return to their homes. But the damage is already done.
After two weeks of restless anticipation for Taal Volcano’s next move, PHIVOLCS lowered Taal’s alert status to Level 3 on January 24. With the alert level lowered, meaning Taal is no longer at risk of a violent eruption, the lockdown on most ...
 
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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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Taal Volcano is not yet finished with its business.
At 5:11 a.m. on Friday, Taal Volcano had spewed the most amount of ash since its initial eruption on January 12, PHIVOLCS said in a statement.The new activity is proof that Taal is not yet finished with its business and currently poses ...
 
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These are questions that keep the evacuees up at night.
It’s been more than a week since 50,000+ people were evacuated from their homes after the Taal Volcano eruption on January 12. The thousands of Batangueno evacuees are now being temporarily housed in schools, courts, and churches across CALABARZON, igniting the bayanihan ...
 
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It could very well be one of the world's largest volcanoes.
Generations of Filipinos have been misled by postcards, textbooks, and geography curriculum that propagated the idea that the smallest volcano can be found in the Philippines, and it is called Taal Volcano. Most of these show Binintiang Malaki, one of the volcano’s ...
 
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Here's how you can stay safe and help out.
It has been more than a week since the Taal Volcano first erupted on Sunday, January 12. Alert Level 4 is still raised over the area, while the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology has advised everyone within a 14-kilometer radius of the main crater to evacuate.If ...
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