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Philippines volcano eruption: Flights cancelled due to ash plume

The Age Monday, 13 January 2020
Evacuations are underway after the Taal volcano's eruption, although there have been no reports of casualties or major damage.
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News video: Philippines' Taal volcano sends huge cloud of ash into the sky

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An ash cloud from Taal Volcano in the Philippines stretches skywards on January 12 at around 4pm local time.

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