UN Security Council Votes As For month-long Syria Ceasefire

We all have been aware of the condition of Syria these days! United Nations has since voted in order to permit humanitarian access and evacuations. The members of the United Nations Security Council voted on a resolution demanding a 30-day humanitarian ceasefire across Syria. It is to be reported that the Syria death toll has risen on the amount of about 500 as the eastern bombing continues in Syria. Moreover, the demand meant for the 30 days of the ceasefire was carried out to on the  basis that was immediately needed. Just one minute after the voting, the UK-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported that news that the Syrian regime warplanes had even bombed eastern Ghouta, a besieged rebel enclave of about the amount of 400,000 people. This overall voting of the resolution has been on the whole proposed by the Kuwait and Sweden, even pulling it off, after about three days of Russian objections. The version that was accepted was a little bit different than the original version. The vote was postponed for two hours on Saturday as Russia ditched at the last minute.   In the last five days, it has been reported around that more than 520 deaths and more than 2,500 wounded. In short, this resolution is demanding for the access of the humanitarian deliveries and medical evacuation to the amount of about 5.6 million people in 1,244 communities....

Three Crashes Reported in Prince Alberta This Weekend

Recently in Prince Alberta, a northern Saskatchewan city, three impaired drivers have been reported for three separate crashes. The cases went to courts and the intoxicated drivers will soon meet a hearing, and their charges, in the Prince Alberta Court. The first crash happened on a Friday Evening when a 31-year old Ontario man was driving an unregistered vehicle and hit the guardrail in the northbound lane and the truck flipped on its side, police said. The driver was not injured but reported to drive an unregistered vehicle and a suspended license too. The man also did not pass the breathalyzer test at the station, said police. The man is charged with impaired driving and surpassing .08. He will appear in the Prince Alberta Court Monday morning. The second crash was reported on an early Saturday when an intoxicated woman crashed into a snow bank. It happened on the 400-block of Mahon Drive. The woman failed to pass the breathalyzer at the station, said the police. The woman is charged with impair driving and exceeding .08. She has been released from the custody and appeared in the Prince Alberta Court on 5th March 2018. The third crash happened on the last day of that weekend, Sunday early morning at 22nd Street, 6th Avenue East when a 34-year old man intoxicated man semi-collided his car. The man failed to pass the breathing test too and charged with impair driving and refuse to submit a breath sample. He will also appear in the Prince Alberta Court on...

London Witnessed 20% Rise in Rape Reports in a Year

It’s been said that India is the country that has been witnessing a high rate of the rape incidents, but now it seems like London is getting trolled on the same list. In the last year or so, it has been reported that the London has witnessed with around 20% rise in the rape reports suddenly. Police have admitted that they do not know the actual reason behind such a high rise in the percentage and that too in the course of just one year. It would not be wrong to say that there has been something happening in the sexual offending in London that we are not understanding at all. It is to bementioned that in the year till January, more than 7,600 cases have been reported against the rape incidents. This is getting into the comparison with the 6,392 over the previous 12 months. This is the exact accurate figure that has been collated by the Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime (MOPAC). According to the Sir Craig Mackey who is the deputy commissioner of the Metropolitan Police stated that the rise in the reports has been not accounted just for simply by getting into more victims who are able to report the abuse. Joanne McCartney who is the deputy mayor of London even held the meeting with the Sir Craig’s as for where for the very first time both the officers have sat down at one table. Susan Hall who is the Conservative assembly member has called on the police in order to measure out with some outcomes against the control of the violence in the...

Reporting a Pair of Impaired Drivers in Digby Area

Nova Scotia RCMP says that two residents in the Digby area saved some road accidents by reporting two incidents of drunken drivers in the area. According to police, the first call came around 4:30 p.m. on 3rd Feb 2018 reporting of an abandoned vehicle in the middle of Shore Road. The officers caught that 50-year old man, a resident of Digby and accused him of an impaired driving charge. He was released from the police custody but will appear in the Digby Provincial Court on 9th April. The second similar incident was reported on 4th February 2018 when a truck was observed to go dangling on the Highway 217 Centreville and drove into the ditch. The witness called the 911 around 7 p.m. on 4th Feb said the cops and reported them of a swerving truck on the Highway that was changing the speeds continuously and finally fell into a ditch. The police arrested the drunken driver, a 62-year old man from Marshalltown, and charged him an impairing driving charge. He was also released from their custody and will appease in the Digby Provincial Court on 9th April. The police thanked the two “watching residents” for their prompt calls and making the road secure for any further accidents. And they asked the others to do the same as if they see any suspected impaired driver. The police also requested to call 911 immediately in case of such incidents with the following information, if in case any other incident happens in future: A brief description of the vehicle and the driver The license plate number Direction of travel Call 911,...