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As far as Mint can produce it, can benefit from its designed functionalities as soon as possible?” he stated The Ondo State Sector Commander of the Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC) Mr Vincent Jack is dead The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that Jack died on Tuesday after battling a recurring ailment Mrs Antonia Oni the spokesperson of the command confirmed the death in a telephone interview with NAN on Wednesday in Akure Oni said Jack’s death came as a rude shock to the command and the entire staff of the FRSC in the state She said “It is devastating news We received it today as a rude shock As things stand now we can’t give details of his death yet” “But we shall get back to you as soon as we get more details but this is just a sad news for FRSC staff in the state and beyond” Oni said Black residents in Minneapolis are 87 times more likely than whites to get arrested for low-level offenses according to a new ACLU report that looks at racial disparities made in arrests by Minneapolis police The study which analyzes almost 100000 arrests by the Minneapolis Police Department from January 2012 to September 2014 focuses on what is known in Minneapolis as "suspicious persons" stops but is in the vein of whats often called “broken windows” or stop-and-frisk policing That strategy focuses on low-level offenses like trespassing and disorderly conduct as a way of preventing larger felonies but is often criticized as ineffective and leads to patterns of racial profiling The Minneapolis-St Paul area has often been held up as a model for other American cities: its affordable it has all the cultural amenities of any major metropolis and its remained a magnet for job-seeking millennials According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics Minneapolis-St Paul’s unemployment rate is the fifth lowest in the country for a metro area with more than 1 million people But patterns of segregation divide the city between more affluent white areas and poorer black ones and the ACLU report shows that the city suffers the same problems as any other major metropolitan area when it comes to racial disparities and distrust among minorities and police "This is part of a larger problem between police departments and communities of color" says Emma Andersson an ACLU staff attorney and lead author of the report The study also examines the treatment of Native Americans who are arrested 86 times more than whites for low-level offenses almost the same rates as black residents Native Americans make up 2% of the citys population roughly double the average Native American population in the US According to the ACLU an average of one out of four Native Americans in Minneapolis are arrested for low-level offenses each year Those arrest disparities raise concerns that Minneapolis could face similar issues to those that occurred in the last few months in Baltimore Cleveland and Ferguson Mo, the Health Ministry has taken a decision to vaccinate all healthcare workers who are at an increased risk of acquiring Hepatitis-B infection such as those involved in conducting deliveries, No fresh date has been announced for a Delhi meet. Sunday Dare, Earthy,000 acres of wetland restoration practices under CRP.Emergency haying allows harvesting only half of a particular contract — leaving the rest standing. HHS is open for comments, in many cases.

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