(UPDATED) The early morning closure has sparked the cancellation of more than 300 flights to and from the tropical paradise with nearly 27,000 passengers affected
Officials have confirmed the deaths of 110 people as a result of the volcanic eruption on June 3, but another 197 remain unaccounted for
Only 28 of the 99 people killed as a result of the eruption have been identified so far
(UPDATED) The search for bodies in mountain villages destroyed by the eruption is progressing slowly
(UPDATED) The speed and ferocity of the eruption take mountain communities by surprise, with many of the dead found in or around their homes
(UPDATED) David de Leon of the National Coordinator for Disaster Reduction says search and rescue operations for the missing and dead have been suspended due to low light and dangerous conditions, and will resume early on Monday morning
The USGS adds that 'smoke from burning vegetation as lava flows advance is also contributing to poor air quality'
'At any time, activity may again become more explosive, increasing the intensity of ash production and producing ballistic projectiles near the vent,' the Hawaii Volcano Observatory says
(UPDATED) A magnitude 6.9 earthquake hits Hawaii
(2ND UPDATE) Authorities warn of subsequent 'lava inundation,' fire, smoke, and additional earthquakes
'The plume reached the height of 3,000 meters (9,800 feet) for the first time since April 3, 2011,' following a total of 29 eruptions at Mount Shinmoedake, Japan's weather agency says in a statement
Mount Sinabung on Sumatra island spews the thick plume after activity picked in recent days. There are no reports of injuries or deaths.
Families staying in the 76 evacuation centers in Albay will also get temporary employment
The threat of catastrophic mudflows is building on the slopes of Mayon, where nearly 90,000 residents have been moved out of harm's way
More than 5,000 farmers are now without income, says Albay's provincial agricultural officer
(UPDATED) People affected by Mayon Volcano threats need your help and support. This page shows how you can help.
More than 56,000 residents are now crammed in schools and other buildings two weeks after Mayon volcano began showing signs of unrest
New volcanic activity forces Japanese police to suspend search operations a day after an eruption near a popular ski resort that killed a soldier and injured several other people.
(UPDATED) The additional buffer zone is put in place to prevent locals from going back into the 'no-man's land' around the volcano
Classes in all levels across Albay are suspended, and residents are advised to wear face masks and stay indoors
More than 7,000 families are temporarily sheltered in evacuation sites due to Mayon Volcano
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The volcano in Albay is under Alert Level 3, which means a 'hazardous eruption is possible within weeks or even days'
The alert level on Mount Agung remains at the maximum, but a change in wind direction blew towering columns of ash and smoke away from the airport
Stranded tourists hunt for accommodation while frightened villagers living in Mount Agung's shadow make their way to more than 200 evacuation centers as the mountain gushes smoke and ash
(UPDATED) Massive columns of thick grey smoke that have been belching from Mount Agung since last week have now begun shooting more than 3 kilometers (two miles) into the sky, forcing hundreds of flights to be grounded
(UPDATED) Some 40,000 frightened people have fled their homes around the volcano but as many as 100,000 will likely be forced to leave, disaster agency officials say
(UPDATED) At least 2,000 passengers are affected, mostly tourists from Australia
Mount Agung, 75 kilometers (47 miles) from the resort hub of Kuta, has been rumbling since August and threatening to erupt for the first time since 1963 – a potential blow to the country's lucrative tourism industry
Nearly 50,000 residents have evacuated their homes amid fears of an imminent volcanic eruption on the resort island of Bali
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Phivolcs records a phreatic eruption at 3:31 pm on Sunday October 23 as the volcano in Sorsogon remains under Alert Level 1
Nearly 400 people were recorded as hiking near Barujani – a smaller cone within the crater of Mount Rinjani – when it began erupting prompting evacuation
Volcanic eruptions in Indonesia in recent days have forced the closure of two airports and disrupted some flights to the holiday island of Bali officials say
Mount Kanlaon remains under Alert Level 1 status which means it is at an abnormal condition and is in period of current unrest
The eruptions were so violent that townships as far away as 12 kilometers were covered in thick layers of ash
Three people die and 4 others are critically injured after a highly active volcano in western Indonesia erupted violently shooting hot ash and gases into the atmosphere
UPDATED It has been barely 3 months since Mount Kanlaon in the province of Negros Oriental last erupted
The provincial disaster management office in Negros Occidental says the ash fall is carcinogenic and can also trigger asthma and pulmonary problems
The airport initially ordered it remain shut until at least Friday morning but conditions improved on Thursday allowing officials to re open it
Here s a list of canceled flights following the closure of Ngurah Rai International Airport due to volcanic ash from Mount Rinjani
Authorities had closed the Ngurah Rai International Airport late Tuesday due to a large ash cloud drifting from Mount Rinjani an active volcano on the nearby island of Lombok
Long lines form in the Ngurah Rai International Airport as passengers hope for rescheduled flights
Nearly 10 000 people have now had to evacuate their homes since Mount Sinabung burst back into life in 2013 after a period of inactivity
(UPDATED) This May, Rappler commemorates the anniversary of the 1754 eruption of Taal Volcano – it's most destructive so far. The eruption is used as a worst-case scenario by the government.
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Disaster management authorities have expressed concern that expected heavy rains brought by Typhoon Dodong would trigger deadly mudflows in the Mount Bulusan area