Rains trigger warnings of mudflows from Philippine volcano

Rains trigger warnings of mudflows from Philippine volcano

Heavy rains over an erupting volcano in the eastern Philippines on Saturday threatened to trigger deadly mudflows as debris and sediment deposited on its slopes are washed out, officials warned.

More Filipinos displaced as volcanic lava fires ash

More Filipinos displaced as volcanic lava fires ash

The alert remains just one notch below the highest level of 5 after five more episodes of "intense but sporadic lava fountaining" from the summit crater over a 19-hour period from Tuesday morning.

Filipinos displaced by volcano eruption allowed to return home

Filipinos displaced by volcano eruption allowed to return home

Residents of Legazpi City in Albay province were told it was safe to go back to their homes because activity on Mayon Volcano was so far limited to what they termed "quiet lava effusion."

Thousands flee as Philippine volcano spews ash for second day

Thousands flee as Philippine volcano spews ash for second day

The Philippines' most active volcano on Sunday spewed thick ash and steam for a second day as thousands of residents fled their homes near the rumbling mountain, officials said.