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Philippines volcano: Satellite images show Taal eruption

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Philippines volcano: Satellite images show Taal eruption

Philippines volcano: Satellite images show Taal eruption

Satellite images from the moment the Taal volcano erupted have been released.

The volcano, south of Manila in the Philippines, prompted the evacuation of tens of thousands of people and forced Manila’s international airport to shut down.

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