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Nicaraguan authorities say "there's no scientific evidence" of a pending eruption of Momotombo and Apoyeque volcanos despite recent earthquake activity along nearby fault lines.
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Nicaraguan first lady and amateur volcanologist Rosario Murillo says scientists are investigating citizen claims that the water level of Lake Managua is dropping and the temperature is rising - a strange phenomenon that some are blaming on recent seismic activity.
As details trickle out of Nicaragua, friends and family of Lynnfield native Karen Colclough shared their memories of her through news reports and on Facebook.
Alert Nicaragua Earthquakes in Nicaragua Geneva, 16 April 2014 1. Brief description of the emergency and impact From 10 April 2014, a series of earthquakes, 3 of them with magnitudes from 6.2 to 6.6, have hit Nicaragua, the last one was felt on 14 April in the morning.
Thousands of Nicaraguans woke up in the streets Monday after a sleepless night rocked by two strong earthquakes, part of a string of tremors that have kept the Central American country on edge since late last week.
A crowd filling the central street of the city of Leon, Nicaragua, awaits the arrival of holy figurines carried through the streets in procession on Holy Monday.
Burnaby firefighter Erik Vogel says he is proud the City of Burnaby and the Burnaby Fire Department agreed to donate an old fire truck to Nicaragua.
In pictures picked Monday by Wall Street Journal editors, a child looks on at a New York police officer's funeral, children sleep on a mattress outdoors in Nicaragua and Spain celebrates Holy Week.
The U.S. Embassy in Nicaragua says it's being kept "up to date" on the disappearance of U.S. citizen Karen Colclough , 37, and is "frightened for her safety."
A magnitude-6.1 quake Thursday evening has been followed by hundreds of small aftershocks and at least seven quakes powerful enough to send people running in panic from homes and businesses, including a magnitude-6.6 tremor Friday.
There has been a lot of discussion about the "Cuban Twitter" project of USAID. Alan Gross even cited it as the reason for his hunger strike.
Jeffrey Soffer, left, and his sister Jackie Soffer, right. Jeffrey is chairman and CEO and Jackie, principal, of the family owned Turnberry Associates, which owns the Fontainebleau Miami Beach, Aventura Mall, and Turnberry Isle Miami.
The mostly impoverished population living on the northern edge of Managua hustled anxiously back into the darkened streets of the capital Sunday night as another series of earthquakes rippled violently through their disaster-prone city.
People gather in the streets outside their homes after an earthquake of magnitude 4.9 shook Managu, Nicaragua,a April 13, 2014.