Philippines volcano: Evacuees return to collect belongings

Thousands of evacuees from a town near the Philippines' Taal volcano have been allowed back to briefly visit their homes.

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    Thousands of people in the Philippines who were forced to leave their homes after a volcanic eruption have been allowed to briefly return.

    They can only stay for a few hours to collect their belongings and start to remove debris left behind by the eruption.

    Al Jazeera's Rob McBride reports from the town of Talisay in the danger zone.


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