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The volcano in Batangas province has remained at alert level 4.
Clean-up underway in the Philippines after volcanic eruption
The latest footage shows houses and streets covered in ash.
Ashes and steam: Dramatic photos of Philippines' Taal volcano eruption
Black smoke spews out of Philippines volcano as Manila airport closes
Clouds of ash travelled 100 kilometres.
Lava gushes from Philippine volcano, forcing thousands to flee
Thousands flee Taal volcano eruption in Philippines as ash shuts Manila airport
Thousands flee volcanic eruption in Philippines
The Taal volcano in Batangas province near Manila threw steam, ashes and pebbles up to 9 miles into the sky.
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