Officials say the photo in question was taken at the scene of a crash Thursday. Syracuse police officers and Onondaga County deputies appear in the photo. Police Chief Kenton Buckner says the photo is under investigation. The issue is following Governor Andrew Cuomo’s announcement limiting indoor and outdoor gatherings in the state to 10 people. Chief Buckner said, “I’m responsible for these 401 police officers. It appears we have not been following our own rules and again, if I can confirm that, there will be consequences for it.” SYRACUSE (WBNG) — A photo of police officers in Syracuse is causing the city’s top cop to speak out because none of the officers pictured are wearing masks while on the job. As COVID-19 cases continue to rise in the state and close to 5,000 new cases and 21 deaths were reported on Wednesday, the photo is causing residents and the Syracuse police chief concern. Chief Buckner said there are 14 officers that currently have the coronavirus. Buckner also said the virus is the number one killer of police.
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Google Log in with your social account Facebook LOG INDon’t have an account? Register here Topics : Linkedin Indonesia commodity gold-prices antam safe-haven share-price-fluctuations IDX Forgot Password ? Gold prices have increased significantly in recent weeks as people have turned to the yellow metal as a safe haven asset amid plummeting share prices.On Tuesday, the price of gold produced by Aneka Tambang reached Rp 924,000 (US$56.67) per gram, a 20 percent surge year-to-date (YTD). During the past week alone, the price of the yellow metal gained 7.55 percent.Meanwhile, the global gold price rallied by 9.9 percent in the past two weeks to US$1,643 per ounce on Monday, after it had fallen to $1,495 per ounce on March 16, according to data from monex.com. The bullion price has gained about 6 percent year-to-date.Precious metal is deemed a safe haven amid volatile financial markets. The commodity will continue to strengthen until the COVID-19 pandemic subsides, analysts say, making it an attractive alternative investment instrument.DBS chief investment officer (CIO) Hou Wey…
The Foreign Ministry revealed on Wednesday that 47 Indonesian nurses working overseas have tested positive for COVID-19, bringing the total number of Indonesians infected abroad to 928.The 47 nurses work in Kuwait, where some 59 Indonesians including the nurses have tested positive for COVID-19, six of whom are still hospitalized. Forty-five are undergoing self-quarantine, while six have recovered and two have died.“We hope the nurses who are working on the frontlines and have been infected will get well soon,” Foreign Ministry spokesman Teuku Faizasyah said in a press briefing on Wednesday. According to the ministry, of the 928 total cases among Indonesians overseas – recorded across 36 foreign territories and 21 international cruise ships – 414 are active cases, while 465 have recovered and 49 have died.The government has pledged to ensure the protection of Indonesians abroad amid the COVID-19 pandemic, including by providing aid and facilitating their repatriation to their hometowns if necessary.In Malaysia, for instance, Faizasyah said that at least 375,341 aid packages had been distributed to Indonesians citizens affected by the country’s lockdown.In addition, the government has facilitated the repatriation of more than 181,000 Indonesian crew members from various cruise liners that have suspended operations due to the pandemic.Topics :
Sanitation, immunization and malnutrition programs risk reduction and closure.Yemen’s health system is already on the brink of collapse, kept going through aid. Cholera, malaria and dengue were rife amid a malnourished population even before the coronavirus outbreak.About 7.8 million children are now out of school, putting them at risk of child labor, recruitment into armed groups and child marriage, UNICEF said.”UNICEF has previously said, and again repeats, that Yemen is the worst place in the world to be a child and it is not getting any better,” Nyanti said.Cases of coronavirus infection reported by Yemeni authorities surpassed 1,000 on Wednesday, but the United Nations says the virus is spreading unmitigated in a country with shattered health systems and infections are likely much higher. Topics : Yemen has been wracked for more than five years by a war pitting the Iran-aligned Houthi movement which controls much of the country and a Saudi-led coalition which supports the internationally-recognized government based in the south.Tens of thousands of people have died, many of them civilians, and the ensuing humanitarian crisis has been called the worst in the world.The United Nations has said it does not have enough funding to maintain the aid response, the world’s largest. A pledging event this month raised half of what was needed and aid programs impacting millions are set to close in coming weeks.UNICEF is appealing for $461 million for its humanitarian response, which is currently only 39% funded, and $53 million for its COVID-19 response which is only 10% funded. The number of malnourished children in Yemen could rise to 2.4 million by the end of the year due to a big shortfall in humanitarian funding, the United Nations children’s agency UNICEF said on Friday.A UNICEF report warned of a rise of 20% in the number of malnourished children under the age of five – almost half of all of that age in the country.”If we do not receive urgent funding, children will be pushed to the brink of starvation and many will die,” said UNICEF Yemen representative Sara Beysolow Nyanti. “We cannot overstate the scale of this emergency.”
Subsea World News has put together a recap of the most interesting articles from the previous week (December 03 – December 09). Equinor Boosts Vigdis Production Scotland and Japan Eye New Alliances in Evolving Subsea Sector James Fisher CEO to Step Down Siemens and Aker Solutions Form Digital Alliance Fugro Sees IRM Boost
ILOILO City – Police arrested a 54-year-oldman facing theft charges in Barangay Julia, Libacao, Aklan. He was detained in the lockup cell ofthe municipal police station. Resident Eleuterio Zagales had beenhiding from the police for a year. The court recommended a P6,000 for Zagales’temporary liberty./PN Zagales was nabbed on the strength of anarrest warrant around 8:25 a.m. on Oct. 5, police said.
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For all the Latest Sports News News, Other Sports News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. Visakhapatnam: Telugu Titans ended their home leg of Vivo Pro Kabaddi League Season 6 in style, beating defending champions Patna Pirates 41-36 here Thursday. Rahul Chaudhari, who became the second man to reach the 800-raid point mark in Pro Kabaddi, led the Titans’ charge with 13 points. Nilesh Salunke supported Chaudhari well and scored 9 raid points.Pardeep Narwal had a slow first half yet top scored for the Patna Pirates with 12 points. Both Patna Pirates and Telugu Titans remain in contention for a place in the playoffs.Telugu Titans got off to a dream start as Nilesh Salunke made a super raid and took out four Patna players in the second minute. Vijay made a two-point raid in the third minute as Patna Pirates trailed 2-6.Also Read | IPL 2019 Auctions: Five uncapped Indian players who stole the show with big bucksIn the fourth minute Telugu Titans inflicted an all out to lead 11-5. Patna’s star raider Pardeep Narwal was struggling to get points on board and that reflected in Patna’s performance.It was the Pirates’ defence that kept them in the first half. They trailed 11-19 after 14 minutes but things got worse as they suffered another all out in the 15th minute.With Narwal unable to get off the mark in the first half, Patna Pirates went into the break trailing 15-26.