Mayon is one of the Philippines’ most active volcanoes, having erupted at least 50 times since records began in the 17th century. But thousands live a few kilometers from the volcano in an area that authorities have marked as a permanent danger zone. Steve Lunt visited a village in Albay province to understand why residents insist on staying despite having what seems to be a ticking time bomb in their own backyard.
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