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The National System for Disaster Prevention, Mitigation and Assistance (SINAPRED), reported that the 726-meter tall volcano had increased its “seismic pattern” on the morning of June 4, and intensified during the evening. Cerro Negro volcano, one of the most active in the Pacific volcanic range, is located in León department, 90 km to the northeast of Managua, and it is characterized by the emission of fumes and ashes. “It increased its intensity on June 4 in the evening, registering 49 micro tremors, and increased the possibility of a volcanic eruption,” SINAPRED director Guillermo González told the press. Nicaragua is monitoring the activity of Cerro Negro volcano in the northeast of the country after an increase in its seismic activity, and called for tourists and neighbors to avoid climbing its slopes, an official source informed on June 4. The last important activity at Cerro Negro was registered in 1999, when three craters opened on its slope and poured out lava and ash. González explained that the population and tourists visiting the place had been recommended to avoid climbing its slopes until further notice. By Dialogo June 06, 2013
THE Guyana Olympic Association (GOA) has thrown its support behind the Guyana National Rifle Association (GuyanaNRA) as they continue to prepare for the 2018 Commonwealth Games set for the Gold Coast, Australia.President of the GOA, K.A Juman Yassin on Thursday presented a cheque worth $1.5M to the GuyanaNRA captain Mahendra Persaud at a simple ceremony held at the GOA office in High Street, Georgetown.Yassin, in remarks, stated that the donation was made through the Commonwealth Games Federation to help the GNRA with their preparations for the Commonwealth Games next year.“The GNRA has been doing exceedingly well and with this we hope to see them on the podium,” he said. He indicated that another donation will be made shortly.He made special mention of Mahendra Persaud and Lennox Brathwaite for their performances over the years, adding that the executive of the GNRA has been working very hard to make the nation proud and he hopes to see the results in Australia.Persaud expressed gratitude to the GOA and said its input will assist them with their training for the Commonwealth Shooting Federation Championships which is a pre-run to the Commonwealth Games set for the said venue. He said that the assistance will help them to get acclimatised to the conditions as compared to previous championships.Persaud noted that this will be the first time any Guyana team will be present at the championships and they hope to medal.“Our shooters have always held their own but we have been a little off in terms of medals and hopefully with this assistance we can land a spot on the podium,” he posited.