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  1. Up to 40,000 beachgoers were unwinding on Boracay's sand and swimming in its turquoise waters

    Commentary: The Philippines, home of many beautiful destinations – and the scourge of mass tourism

    The Philippine tourism has been fixated on economic growth. That must change now, says Michael Henry Yusingco.
  2. FILE PHOTO: Damaged trees are seen on Taal Volcano Island in Batangas

    Philippines lowers volcano danger level

    Philippine volcanologists on Sunday lowered the alert status of a volcano near the Philippine capital to 3 from 4 to indicate a "decreased ...
  3. An aerial view shows buildings covered in ash from the eruption of the Taal volcano

    Ashes to bricks: Philippine city helps others rebuild after volcano

    A Philippine city shrouded in ash from the nearby Taal volcano has turned adversity into an opportunity to help neighbouring towns hit by the ...
  4. A dog is carried on a truck as residents affected by the erupting Taal Volcano are temporarily allo

    Philippine residents retrieve animals, belongings amid threat of volcano eruption

    Thousands of residents under orders to evacuate from a town near the Philippine volcano Taal were allowed to briefly visit homes on Friday to ...
  5. Dozens of residents ride a boat going to their homes near the errupting Taal Volcano to rescue the

    Philippine volcano shows signs of calming, but danger remains

    A Philippine volcano that has been spewing ash for days appeared to be calming down on Thursday, but seismologists said the danger of an eruption ...
  6. Residents affected by the Taal Volcano eruption rest in Padre Pio Shrine

    'All in God's hands': Volcano evacuees hunker down in Philippines

    The fine ash drifting into the school gym on gusts of wind is a constant reminder for evacuees in the Philippines of the volcano that threatens to ...