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Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services

;NURSING HOMES: Federal Monitoring Surveys Demonstrate Continued Understatement of Serious Care Problems and CMS Oversight Weaknesses," GAO-08-517, May 2008 (GAO Summary) "Coverage & Access Inspectors Often Overlook Serious Deficiencies at U.S. Nursing Homes, GAO Report Finds," Kaiser Daily Health Policy Report, Kaiser

abstract.php?rptno GAO-08-517 GAO Summary ) "Coverage & Access Inspectors Often Overlook Serious Deficiencies at U.S. Nursing Homes, GAO Report Finds," Kaiser Daily Health Policy Report, Kaiser Family Foundation, May 15, 2008 A report issued in September 2008 found that over 90% of nursing homes were cited for federal health or safety violations in 2007, with about 17


Integrated urban water management in Medellín, Colombia

to 3,468.2 GWh. This total represents 21.2% of the total capacity (16,340 GWh) in all storage reservoirs in Colombia. Some the noteworthy reservoirs are: Ríogrande II, Embrasures, Miraflores, Porce II, Quebradona, and the Peñol - Guatapé. Water coverage & water use Water coverage is 100% representing 10 municipalities within the Aburrá-Medellín valley and 2.8 million citizens. The actual demand for water in the basin is 10 m 3 s


Sirte

Gaddafi's body was subsequently flown to Misrata and was placed in the freezer of a local market alongside the bodies of Defence


Misrata

Muammar Gaddafi is dead, NTC says – live coverage | World news work The Guardian location UK accessdate 21 October 2011 date 20 October 2011 and was placed in the freezer of a local market alongside the bodies of Defence Minister Abu-Bakr Yunis Jabr and his son and national security adviser Mutassim Gaddafi. The bodies were put on public display for four days, with Libyans from all over the country coming to view them. *2011 Libyan civil war. The killings


National Transitional Council

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Mongolia

that this should be decided by the Mongolian people.Coverage&item Mongolia,%20People’s%20Republic%20of Cold War International History Project However, in 1950s, the newly founded People's Republic of China signed the Sino-Soviet Treaty of Friendship and Alliance in which it gave up the Mongolia in exchange for the support from the Soviet

be decided by the Mongolian people.Coverage&amp;item Mongolia,%20People’s%20Republic%20of Cold War International History Project However, in 1950s, the newly founded People's Republic of China signed the Sino-Soviet Treaty of Friendship and Alliance in which it gave up the Mongolia in exchange for the support from the Soviet Union.<


Tokyo

. "Gera Gera" is a popular chain. Paid WiFi service is also taking off in Tokyo with reasonable coverage &amp;ndash; at a price. WiFi services are probably not convenient for those just visiting. If you bring your own computer with a WLAN card, it is possible to find wireless connections in fast food outlets like McDonald's or Mos Burger. You also have a good chance to find a connection in one of the numerous coffee shops. Just look for a wireless connection sign in the front window or computers within the shop. Note that free wireless is not nearly as prevalent in Japan as it is in the West. Stay safe Tokyo is probably one of the safest big cities you will ever visit, and Japan in general is one of the safest places to visit in the world. Most people, including single female travellers, would not encounter any problems walking along the streets alone at night. Street crime is extremely rare, even late at night, and continues to decrease. However, '''"little crime" does not mean "no crime"''', and common sense should still be applied as anywhere in the world. Often the biggest risk is travellers taking Japan's visibly apparent lack of crime too close to heart and doing things they would never do back home. The most common crime is sexual harassment on crowded trains, pressed up against each other, hands wander. This is more of a local problem as westerners are considered more aggressive and would stick up for themselves. The best way to deal with any wandering hands is to yell "''Chikan!''" which is the Japanese term for "pervert". Small police stations, or '''''kōban''''' (交番), can be found every few blocks. If you get lost or need assistance, by all means go to them; it's their job to help you! They have great maps of the surrounding area, and are happy to give directions. They may, however, have difficulties with English, so some knowledge of the Japanese language helps. Take the usual precautions against pickpockets in crowded areas and trains. Also be aware that theft is more likely to occur in hangouts and bars popular with travellers and non-residents. The red-light and nightlife districts can be a bit seedy, but are rarely dangerous. Note some small, back-street drinking establishments in red-light districts have been known to charge extortionate prices. Similar problems exist in the seedier upscale clubs in Roppongi, where it may be wise to check cover charges and drink prices in advance. In September 2014, a '''dengue''' epidemic outbreak infected several hundred people in Tokyo, and led the authorities to close down several parks in the Shinjuku district. Still in a jam? Call '''Tokyo English Life Line''', tel. 03-5774-0992, daily 09:00-23:00. If you make it as far out as the Izu Islands, note that visitors to Miyakejima Island (Miyakejima) are currently required to carry a gas mask, due to volcanic gases. Those in poor health are advised against travelling to the island. Cope Healthcare centres * WikiPedia:Tokyo Dmoz:Regional Asia Japan Prefectures Tokyo Commons:Category:Tokyo


Soviet Union

by the Mongolian people.Coverage&amp;item Mongolia,%20People’s%20Republic%20of Cold War International History Project However, in 1950s, the newly founded People's Republic of China signed the Sino-Soviet Treaty of Friendship and Alliance in which it gave up the Mongolia in exchange for the support from the Soviet Union.


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