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Philippines on alert as Taal volcano spews ash, lava

France 24 Monday, 13 January 2020 ()
Lava and broad columns of ash illuminated by lightning shot from an erupting volcano south of the Philippine capital on Monday, grounding hundreds of flights amid an alert for a possible "explosive eruption".
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News video: Philippines evacuates millions after Taal volcano spews lava with 'explosive eruption' feared

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Philippine officials have urged a "total evacuation" of millions of people close to Manila, after a volcano spewed ash up to nine miles into the air on Sunday prompting warning of a possible "explosive eruption."

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