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Security Crisis Hit Venezuela as Express Abduction...

With a wobbly economy and almost worthless bolivar, which continues to plummet in the market, many Venezuelans are forced to live in poverty with basic necessities like food, water, and transportation becoming inaccessible for many of them. So it was hardly …

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Disturbing 2016 Reports of Kidnapping in Venezuela

The recent police report shows that kidnapping in Venezuela has surged to an alarming rate of 88 percent this year. The government’s unwillingness to make the crime statistics public didn’t help either. Facts on Kidnapping in Venezuela Scroll down for …

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GPS Tracking for the Railcar Industry

Some people may think that trains are troublesome because of the inconvenience it brings them when the railroad crossing gates come down. Yet no one can’t deny the fact that a railcar is a reliable and efficient means of transportation when …

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Happy Customers and More Bottom Line with GPS Trac...

Happy customers mean a successful business. Do you know why? If treated right, they could be your biggest endorsers. Oftentimes, they share their impression on the product or your company to their friends and relatives. Your business thrives because of them. …

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The Untold Story of Missing Children in Arizona

May 25 is the International Missing Children’s Day as well as the National Missing Children’s Day as ordered by former US president Ronald Reagan in 1983. In the United States last year, there were about 460,000 reported cases of missing children. …

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Employees Oppose to the Use of GPS Devices on Comp...

Kingston Council contractors in Melbourne are being accused of spying on their employees. This happened after having GPS devices installed to their vehicles that are used for waste collection and street-sweeping. A representative for Kingston Council admitted on equipping their vehicles with …

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Taking Action Against Puppy Mills

You may find yourself heading toward a pet store and excitedly checking out the cute puppies. But are you aware that these animals come from puppy mills? For those familiar with the term, you may already know that a lot …

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One of the State’s 550 Missing People

Roy T. Blair strapped a resting sack to the back of his bike, which he borrowed from his sibling at $20, and went for an adventure on the open road in 1988. He never got his last paycheck, and following …

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