The Philippines' most active volcano, Mount Mayon, has exploded thunderously. Authorities warn a hazardous eruption is possible within days.
The Philippines' most active volcano has ejected a huge cloud of ash and smoke, prompting fears of imminent eruption. Mount Mayon has already forced some 27,000 nearby villagers to evacuate.
The Pacific Ring of Fire is aptly named. It's a string of volcanoes in the Pacific Ocean, and the region is prone to earthquakes. In fact, most earthquakes strike within the ring. Here's five facts.
The Philippines' Mayon volcano continues to erupt - and it's not just a danger to those living nearby. US geologist Ben Andrews explains why 500 degree Celsius hot lava isn't even the biggest problem.
More than 12,000 people in the Philippines have evacuated areas near Mayon Volcano, as experts warn of a possible "hazardous eruption." The lava flow has reached some areas around three kilometres away from the volcano.
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