The Colorless Landscape Around Taal Volcano - 24 images from the Philippines. A week after the eruption of Taal, authorities fear further eruptions, despite its relative quiet. The landscape around Taal is now covered in ash, and has gone completely gray.
Scientists in the Philippines are reiterating the dangers of Taal Volcano, after a local official demanded they change their "opinion" of it — and urged people to defy authorities and return to their homes.
Scientists in the Philippines warn that the Taal Volcano is still spewing ash more than a week after a local official urged people to defy authorities and return to their homes.
The first suspected coronavirus cases have been detected in Australia and the Philippines, putting authorities in at least six countries on high alert, but Prime Minister Scott Morrison has called for calm
VOLCANO FURY: Authorities in the Philippines are warning the Taal Volcano could blow again at any moment, with 40,000 already evacuated – and new photos showing one couple posing at their wedding with the active volcano as a backdrop. @DavidMuir reports.
"The danger is far from over." Sky's @SiobhanRobbins reports from Lemery in the Philippines which has been hit by hundreds of earthquakes since Sunday. Authorities are warning of a 'hazardous eruption' from the Taal volcano - latest here:
Authorities in the Philippines raise alert level following volcanic eruption near Manila.
WATCH: Volcanic lightning streaks through ash plume as the Philippines' Taal volcano spewed forth steam, ash and pebbles up to 10-15 km in the sky. Authorities say "a hazardous eruption" may happen within hours or days, prompting thousands to evacuate the area south of Manila.
At least 11 people dead and more than 300 treated in hospital after drinking tainted coconut wine in the Philippines, health authorities say. Victims all consumed lambanog, a drink popular during holidays and celebrations.
A magnitude 6.9 earthquake has struck the Philippines, killing at least one person, a child. Authorities are searching for people feared trapped inside a three-story building that collapsed.
Mount Mayon, the Philippines' most active volcano, explodes thunderously and authorities warn a hazardous eruption is possible within days.
Tropical Storm Tembin hit the island of Mindanao in the Philippines, killing at least 75 people, authorities said. At least 58 people are reported missing