Hanoi's entire police force ensures safety during Tet The traffic police force is requested to increase the number of traffic regulators at the roads connecting to the train and bus stations, and the main junctions. Learn more about Tet in Vietnam with app "9999 TET" Hanoi’s police will mobilize its entire staff to ensure safety during the Lunar New Year or Tet festival, which begins next week, in the capital city. The Criminal Police Department cooperates with police in districts and townships to ensure public safety, prevent and strictly handle violations in each locality. Moreover, the anti-criminal forces set up teams to perform in the areas of bus and and stations with the task of detecting and immediately handling violations and thefts. Besides, they will be disguised at traditional festivals, scenic spots, temples and crowded public places. The traffic police force is requested to increase the number of traffic regulators at the roads … [Read more...] about Social News 2/2
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Police seize bulk of smuggled wine Police in Ho Chi Minh City’s district 1 yesterday said that they have seized 500 bottles of wine without receipt in a car. While patrolling on Thursday, policemen of the Police Agency on Economic and Corruption Crimes (C46) under the Ministry of Public Security found a Toyota vehicle with red plate travelling in district 1 suspicious; therefore, they stopped the vehicle. Driver Pham Van Viet showed document of the vehicle but not with the red plate. They discovered five containers of Chivas Regel Aged 12 year each container with two bottles of wine; 20 containers of Johorie wine each container with 12 bottles of wine and 20 containers of Kakhia Coffe Liqucur wine each container with 12 bottles of wine. The vehicle was carrying 490 bottles of wine totally. The driver couldn’t show any document relating to the wine. From driver’s statement, police officers raided the warehouses in Thu Duc District, finding 4,220 foreign-made bottles of … [Read more...] about Social News 16/1
By Ashley McBride Updated 3:36 pm PST, Tuesday, January 8, 2019 Candice Crowder, a transgender woman, is suing the California state prison system after alleging she endured beatings, discrimination and retaliation at the hands of correctional officers at a Northern California prison for men starting in January 2015. less Candice Crowder, a transgender woman, is suing the California state prison system after alleging she endured beatings, discrimination and retaliation at the hands of correctional officers at a Northern ... more Photo: Candice Crowder / Photo: Candice Crowder / Image 1 of / 3 Caption Close Image 1 of 3 Candice Crowder, a transgender woman, is suing the California state prison system after alleging she endured beatings, discrimination and retaliation at the hands … [Read more...] about Trans woman sues CA state prison system alleging rape, slurs, retaliation
Pregnancy is a time of immense change in the human body – and with it comes a swath of symptoms and worries that mothers-to-be may be embarrassed or just scared to talk about. It’s tough to up and ask a doctor or a friend about baby bump size, “pregnancy brain,” bowel movements during labour, or how vaginas change after birth, to name just a few topics. So INSIDER rounded up expert answers to some common questions about pregnancy, birth, and the postpartum period. Read on for answers. 1. What are the early signs of pregnancy — and when will I notice them? The most common sign of pregnancy is a missing period, but you might also experience nausea, heartburn, constipation, tiredness, or breast tenderness,Dr. Talitha L. Bruney, medical director of OB-GYN at the Comprehensive Family Care Center,Montefiore Health System, told INSIDER. “These can occur within the first six to eight weeks of pregnancy,” she added. 2. What are the odds of a false … [Read more...] about 21 answers to the most uncomfortable pregnancy questions you were too embarrassed to ask
ACCRA, Ghana — It had been 12 years since Rita Sarpong went home to Ghana. She’d missed siblings’ weddings, the births of nieces and nephews, even the death of her father, sacrificing time with her own family so that she could help frail, aging Americans stay at home with theirs.Almost up to the moment she boarded the plane, Sarpong was working nearly around the clock. A home health aide, she cared for a 90-year-old retired insurance agent with severe arthritis by day. Then at night, she drove from Newton to Wrentham to look after a woman in her 80s who was prone to falling. Related Links Stranger in the house That made for 104 hours a week of work that was equal parts tedious, stressful, exhausting, and essential. After she reached Logan Airport, dragging three suitcases loaded with gifts for her family — mainly used clothes from her closet — Sarpong collapsed in her seat. For the next nine hours, as food carts rolled by carrying lunch, dinner, … [Read more...] about PIPELINE FROM AFRICA: Recent immigrants do much of the low-paying, back-breaking work of caring for frail Americans at home. Back home, they’re seen as success stories.