New York: India and Afghanistan have been hurt by terrorism which is “like cancer” and threatens peace in the region, a top Afghan diplomat has said while appealing to the international community not to view his war-torn country as an isolated case. Speaking at an event organised at Asia Society here on Monday, National Security Adviser of Afghanistan Hamdullah Mohib said Pakistan talked about brotherhood and historical linkages but hardly shows any cooperation in combating terrorism. “We haven’t seen any cooperation from Pakistan,” Mohib said. Replying to a question on Afghanistan’s estimate of cooperation from Islamabad, the top diplomat said Pakistan is “always very nice, they speak about brotherhood, historical linkages and the likes but then all we see is terrorists coming our way and no brotherhood”. Mohib said India and Afghanistan were hurt by terrorism and both the countries have suffered a great deal. “We understand what the cost is that we are paying,” he said. “But it (terrorism) is not just a threat to India and Afghanistan. Terrorism is like cancer. It is our problem today but it will soon be someone else’s problem once it’s no longer ours,” Mohib said. Referring to the Afghanistan-Pakistan Action Plan for Peace and Solidarity (APAPPS), he said the plan stayed only on paper and did not get implemented. “There hasn’t been any action (on APAPPS) and there is no interest from Pakistan to implement it. There is no cooperation with Afghanistan in any aspect,” he said. Mohib said Afghanistan had diversified its trade from Pakistan, stressing that if it had not done so, the prices of the food items would have skyrocketed this year due to drought. “We have diversified into our northern route through Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan now and through Iran by Chabahar connecting to India. It has opened up opportunities for Afghanistan not only to increase our trade but also to give us more options for import. We had to do that,” he said.
NEW DELHI: Delhi Police has arrested a cheat Deepak, a resident of Panipat Haryana in connection with five cheating cases registered in Delhi, Chandigarh and Haryana.The cheat worked with a unique modus operandi and convinced an employee of a firm that he was a bank employee after the bank refused to deposit the money at the Connaught Place branch as he was late. The accused disguised as bank employee advised him to contact Branch Manager or any other higher officer of the bank. Also Read – After eight years, businessman arrested for kidnap & murderThe top most officer of the branch was not present in his cabin so the accused person convinced the complainant to go upstairs to deposit the cash there in the allied branch of the bank. The unknown person told the complainant not to deposit the lump sum amount with his own as the bank official would ask the reason for such a big amount to be deposited in the account. So, he opined that both of them would deposit Rs. 5 lakhs each in the same account by filling up separate deposit slips. Also Read – Two brothers held for snatchingsThe unknown person filled up a deposit slip first and took Rs. 5 lakhs from the complainant but did not deposit the amount in the account with cashier. “While the complainant was busy in filling up the deposit slip the unknown person finding an opportunity slipped from the spot and ran away with the cheated cash i.e. Rs. 5 lakhs,” said Madhur Verma, DCP New Delhi. The accused was nabbed from Shalimar Garden Area Ghaziabad, UP. The accused was found to indulge in Satta rackets since 24 years of age nad was habitual to gambling untill he opted the way cheating the bank customers. read more
Non-governmental organizations (NGOs) have an invaluable role to play in advancing global health goals, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said today at the annual United Nations conference aimed at boosting the participation of civil society on key issues.Mr. Ban told the 63rd UN Department of Public Information/NGO Conference that partnerships between civil society and governments and the private sector will be critical if the world is to make serious inroads in the number of preventable deaths, particularly of women and children.“You have a unique presence on the ground, in communities,” Mr. Ban told participants at the three-day conference, which opened today in Melbourne, Australia. “You understand, like no one else, the daily challenges faced by the most vulnerable. You have the passion and networks to spread our messages far and wide.”The theme of this year’s conference is improving global health, especially in connection with the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), the series of internationally agreed social and economic targets which world leaders have pledged to try to attain by 2015.The MDGs include several health targets, such as reducing the mortality rate for children under the age of five by two thirds; slashing maternal mortality rates; achieving universal access to reproductive health; and halting the spread of HIV/AIDS. In a keynote address to the conference, Michel Sidibé, the Executive Director of the Joint UN Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS), stressed that the MDGs were not just a matter of targets, but represented a broader movement for equity worldwide.He said it would be impossible to achieve any of the MDGs without an inclusive system of governing and that meant ensuring civil society had a strong voice in all major policies and decisions.Mr. Sidibé cited the social movement that has emerged around the HIV pandemic in the past three decades, bringing huge increases in funding and spending on efforts to defeat the disease, as an example of where the world has been able to “harness the passion and the expertise” that NGOs have.Navi Pillay, UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, told the event by video link that human rights must be at the centre of all efforts to attain the MDGs and global health in particular.Kiyo Akasaka, Under-Secretary-General for Communications and Public Information, used his address to highlight the multiplier effect that improving global health would have on all the other MDGs.Mr. Akasaka said investment in health has been shown worldwide to yield significant returns as investing in women and children reduces poverty and stimulates the economy.He also noted that world leaders will gather at UN Headquarters in New York next month to assess what progress has been made towards the MDGs and where efforts need to be focused between now and 2015.This is only the third time the annual DPI-NGO conference has been held outside UN Headquarters in New York. Last year’s event was staged in Mexico City. 30 August 2010Non-governmental organizations (NGOs) have an invaluable role to play in advancing global health goals, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said today at the annual United Nations conference aimed at boosting the participation of civil society on key issues. read more
Mike Faille/National Post Twenty miners waited to be brought to the surface Tuesday after a fire at a Saskatchewan potash mine trapped them underground.The blaze broke out at about 2 a.m. when a large wooden cable spool started burning at PotashCorp.’s Rocanville mine, about 244 kilometres east of Regina. It was extinguished about 10 hours later.However, PotashCorp. spokesman Bill Cooper said it could be several hours before the miners could leave refuge stations where they sought safety.“It’s a matter of cooling the area down and ventilating the air,” said Cooper.“There’s kilometres of tunnels underground and just the way the ventilation system works, it’s got to clear all that out. The air quality’s got to be at a point where it’s safe to take people to the surface.”Cooper said the workers are spread out at four refuge stations in different parts of the mine. A refuge station is a large room that is sealed off from the rest of the mine and has air, water and food for several days.A mine rescue team was earlier able to bring up nine other workers from a refuge station Tuesday.There are four mine rescue teams at Rocanville, each with five people. Cooper said they take turns trying to put out a fire.“As you can imagine with a mine fire, there are a few more challenges than, let’s say, a house fire. So it’s a bit of a slower process and a more deliberate process,” said Cooper.The Rocanville potash mine is about one kilometre below ground, but tunnels from the main shaft spread out horizontally for about 16 kilometres.It is not the first time a fire has broken out at a Saskatchewan potash mine.In January 2006, 72 miners survived a fire at Mosaic’s potash mine in Esterhazy.When heat from a cutting torch ignited a fire in some plastic piping on Jan. 29, the 72 miners on shift were able to retreat to refuge rooms sealed off from the toxic smoke. It took 30 hours, but all of the miners were brought to the surface without so much as a cough, according to company officials.Esterhazy has been heralded as a textbook example of mine rescue.Cooper said PotashCorp.’s emergency action plan worked well.“Thankfully all of our employees are safe and healthy,” he said.— By Jennifer Graham in Regina read more
Ten people were killed when a bus crashed into a van in Mahiyanganaya early this morning.The Police said that all 10 killed were those travelling in the van. Among those killed are three children. The accident occurred near the Mahiyanganaya National College along the Mahiyangana-Badulla road.According to the Police, the private bus was heading towards Trincomalee when it crashed head on with the van. The driver of the van had reportedly fallen asleep while driving resulting in the accident. (Colombo Gazette) read more
Calling for immediate action to stop armed militias destroying food and water sources in the violence-wracked Darfur region of Sudan, a United Nations rapporteur today urged the UN Commission on Human Rights to convene a special session on the situation in Darfur.Jean Ziegler, the Special Rapporteur on the right to food, said he was deeply concerned by the rebels’ destruction of resources in western Darfur’s Jabal Marrah area.He said he was also disturbed that the Sudanese Government is urging Darfur’s massive internally displaced population – estimated at more than one million – to return to their homes.Noting that the right to food is protected under international law, Mr. Ziegler said Khartoum wanted to send people back to their homes even though militias have either destroyed, damaged or looted crops, agricultural areas, livestock and drinking water installations.He urged the Sudanese Government to lift any restrictions on humanitarian operations in Darfur, where Government forces, allied militias and two rebel groups have been fighting since early last year. He said they must guarantee the safety of aid workers and civilians.Mr. Ziegler also voiced concern that international donors have not provided enough funds to match the scale of the humanitarian crisis, which senior UN officials have recently described as the world’s worst.”In two weeks, the rainy season will cut off access to many of the communities in west Darfur, the region worst affected by the conflict,” he said. “The rainy season and flooding will also give rise to diarrhoeal diseases and malarial incidence, which all contribute to malnutrition and mortality rates.”Mr. Ziegler said the Geneva-based Commission should hold a special session focusing on Darfur, a region roughly the size of France.In a separate development, the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Louise Arbour, discussed events in Darfur with Sudanese Foreign Minister Mustafa Osman Ismail last week during the African Union summit in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.Eight UN human rights monitors are being deployed to Darfur to examine grave violations of human rights, war crimes and other abuses. read more
After the injury of Isabell Klein and her definite missing at the upcoming European Championship 2012 in Serbia, the German team has named a new captain. That is Buducnost Podgorica‘s goalkeeper – Klara Woltering. In addition to this, the team is rocked by another injuries. Susan Muller is likely to miss the first opening game against Spain and perhaps one more, while Nadja Nadgornaja has suffered an injury as well, and her availability for the team’s group phase is questionable. isabell kleinklara wolteringkleinmullernadgornajasusan mullerwoltering ← Previous Story BM Aragon hand Atletico Madrid first draw in ASOBAL! Next Story → VELUX EHF Champions League: HSV Hamburg and Chekhovski win, advance to L16 read more
Recommended for you Related Items:james smith, national security council Freeze proposed on new security firms Special Force helping murder cases in TCI Increased Police presence promised, TCI Police Commissioner statement on recent shootings Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 23 Oct 2015 – The Government will get a new National Security Strategy when the Commissioner of Police, James Smith presents it at the next National Security Council or NSC meeting on December 10th, 2015.The new strategy will give not only short term solutions but longer term ideas for thwarting crime and bolstering the Police Force. The group, which includes the Governor, Police Chief, Border Control Minister, Attorney General and the Premier plans to meet at least 10 times a year. The goal is getting homeland security beefed up and to do that, media was also on Thursday informed that commissioner James Smith gave a presentation on his immediate priorities for enhancing the capability of the RTCIPF including bringing in specialist officers in the field of serious crime investigation. There have been harsh criticisms of the Police Force due to the high rate of unsolved serious crimes like murders. By the first quarter of 2016, the NSC terms of reference will be presented for debate in the House of Assembly. read more
Telecommunications organisation Sky has hired Sushma Dhonsi as head of pensions and benefits, UK and ROI.Previously, Dhonsi worked as senior benefits and pension manager at technology organisation Dell EMC, interim HR manager at the London Borough of Hillingdon, HR manager at Gate Gourmet, and HR manager at CA Technologies.
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David Cameron is facing calls to resign after admitting he owned shares in his fathers Panamanian trust with his wife Samantha, and selling them in 2010 for around Â£30,000. Cameron owned about 5,000 units in the Blairmore Investment Trust but insists they were above board. He also defended his father, saying criticism of him was unfair. However Labour MP John Mann called on the prime minister to quit.In his interview with ITV News political editor Robert Peston, Cameron said it had been a difficult few days as his father was subjected to criticism and he was attacked for his wealth. Downing Street has had to issue five statements on Camerons financial arrangements since the Panama Papers were leaked five days ago. A Number 10 spokesman now says he will publish his tax returns as soon as possible.We owned 5,000 units in Blairmore Investment Trust, which we sold in January 2010, Cameron told Peston. That was worth something like Â£30,000. I paid income tax on the dividends. There was a profit on it but it was less than the capital gains tax allowance so I didnt pay capital gains tax. But it was subject to all the UK taxes in all the normal way. I want to be as clear as I can about the past, about the present, about the future, because frankly I dont have anything to hide.However Labour has launched a series of ferocious attacks on the Prime Minister, with leader Jeremy Corbyn saying the Revenue and Customs should conduct an investigation into Camerons arrangements. Labour MP Jess Phillips wrote: The sins of Daddy Cameron were not illegal but they are utterly disgusting. They are worse than the sins of fathers up and down the country who cant find work, even the most feckless amongst them.Fellow MP John Mann went further. Labelling Cameron a hypocrite he tweeted: Cameron has been less than honest. He should resign immediately. Most decent people would expect nothing less. Cameron has had six years to be honest with Parliament and the people. He failed to do so. Get out now hypocrite. read more
Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey. PlayStation 4 Becomes Fastest Console to Sell 100 Million‘Death Stranding’ Is Your PlayStation 4 Holiday Exclusive I remember when folks complained how Rockstar Games wasn’t releasing enough information about Red Dead Redemption 2. Now on the eve of the game’s launch, the NYC-based company seems to release something new every week. Today, we’re treated to a brand-new story trailer which shows even more of what players can expect to do in the game. It’s clear Red Dead Redemption 2 will have more content than players will know what to do with.I guess the best question to ask is, what can’t you do in the game? The trailer shows protagonist Arthur Morgan engaging in all manner of criminal activities like robbing a bank, stealing from a moving train, holding up a store, burglarizing homes, and loan sharking. Arthur and his gang aren’t the only outlaws out there. Rival gangs are a constant menace. Law enforcement is another threat Arthur must contend with.Outside of combat, Arthur can engage in a number of activities. These include drinking, gambling, dancing, chopping wood, and fishing. He can also help various people in world. Arthur becomes dirty over time and his beard will grow. Players can clean up the outlaw by giving him a bath and shaving him. Arthur also needs to eat. If all of this sounds familiar, it should. Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas features similar mechanics. Hopefully, having to take care of Arthur’s health and hygiene won’t become tedious.Red Dead Redemption 2 will not have online at launch, but given the sheer amount of content in the single player campaign, I don’t see this being an issue. I’ve become somewhat hesitant when it comes to playing massive open-world games these days. However, I want to fully invest all of my free time into this title. Everything about it looks absolutely brilliant.Red Dead Redemption 2 releases on October 26 for PS4 and Xbox One.For more on Red Dead Redemption 2 check out this swanky collector’s edition and maybe watch that last gameplay trailer a few more times. Stay on target read more
Journal information: Ecology Letters Traditional thinking is that when drought strikes, plants slowly begin to die, not only releasing the carbon they’ve stored up, but stopping the process of taking more out of the air and using it as part of the photosynthesis process. And that does appear to be the case for reasonably short term droughts. Long term droughts however, such as is happening in West Africa, might be a different story. There the team has found that trees with a higher light and lower water demand have been taking over from wet evergreen, sub-canopy, shade tolerant species, leading to an overall increase in biomass, which of course means an increase in the amount of carbon sequestered; and that gives ecologists pause, because current campaigns have been targeted at reducing human practices that can lead to droughts and the subsequent loss of carbon sequestering leading to an increase in global warming.The conditions found in West Africa may be unique of course, and other droughts in other areas may very well lead to regions with less biomass, and less carbon sequestering; researchers just don’t know. What they do know, after studying trees in the area for the period between 1990 to 2010, is that despite a twenty three percent reduction in rainfall since the 1970’s, the amount of biomass has actually increased, mainly due to different types of plants moving in as those that couldn’t survive on less water, died out.The team says their research indicates that applying short term drought findings to long term droughts doesn’t work and therefore ecologists will have to begin creating models specifically for long term droughts to find out if what has been happening in West Africa occurs in other places as well. They also suggest that because West Africa has experienced extreme climate changes over the past 4,000 that it built up a sort of immunity to extremes of wet and dry periods. © 2012 Phys.org Explore further More information: Fauset, S., Baker, T. R., Lewis, S. L., Feldpausch, T. R., Affum-Baffoe, K., Foli, E. G., Hamer, K. C., Swaine, M. D. (2012), Drought-induced shifts in the floristic and functional composition of tropical forests in Ghana. Ecology Letters. doi: 10.1111/j.1461-0248.2012.01834.xAbstractThe future of tropical forests under global environmental change is uncertain, with biodiversity and carbon stocks at risk if precipitation regimes alter. Here, we assess changes in plant functional composition and biomass in 19 plots from a variety of forest types during two decades of long-term drought in Ghana. We find a consistent increase in dry forest, deciduous, canopy species with intermediate light demand and a concomitant decrease in wet forest, evergreen, sub-canopy and shade-tolerant species. These changes in composition are accompanied by an increase in above-ground biomass. Our results indicate that by altering composition in favour of drought-tolerant species, the biomass stocks of these forests may be more resilient to longer term drought than short-term studies of severe individual droughts suggest.via BBC Canopy bridges at Kakum National Park, Ghana. Image: Wikipedia. This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. Citation: Study finds increased biomass in West Africa despite forty year drought (2012, August 27) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2012-08-biomass-west-africa-forty-year.html Droughts threaten Bornean rainforests (Phys.org)—Researchers from Ghana and the UK have found that contrary to what might be expected, biomass in West Africa has been increasing during the ongoing forty year drought, leading the trees there to harbor more carbon than has been theorized. The team has been looking at more than 10,000 trees in the area and have found, as they describe in their paper in Ecology Letters, that rather than succumbing to the drought, the area has prospered as the encroachment of more tolerant species has been taking over. read more
Logitech C270 Desktop or Laptop Webcam, HD 720p Widescreen for Video Callin… Related Products $19.99$39.99 Ads by Amazon All Close The hired contract workers weren’t sure why they were asked to listen to and transcribe Facebook users’ private voice clips and audio recordings. They said it made their work feel unethical. ( Thomas Ulrich | Pixabay ) Another day, another Facebook data privacy scandal. Facebook is thrust yet again into the spotlight for another security issue. This time, reports say the company hired contractual workers to listen to and transcribe select voice conversations stored on Messenger.As Bloomberg reports, the company hired the contractors in an effort to boost its artificial intelligence.To be clear, other companies have done or are doing similar efforts to improve voice recognition in their respective platforms, including products such as Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, or Siri. Facebook Listening To RecordingsAccording to Bloomberg, the work has rattled the contract employees, who are not told where the audio was recorded or how it was acquired, only to transcribe it, according to the people, who asked for anonymity so as not to lose their jobs. These workers are hearing Facebook users’ conversations but do not know why Facebook needs them transcribed.Facebook confirmed that it was indeed transcribing users’ audio but said it will no longer do so, following scrutiny into other companies.”Much like Apple and Google, we paused human review of audio more than a week ago,” Facebook said.Affected users chose the option in the Messenger app to have their voice chats transcribed, according to the company. The contractors were checking whether Facebook’s AI correctly interpreted the messages. The voice memos were anonymized.Data CollectionMajor tech companies have received flak for fathering audio snippets from devices and exposing those clips to actual humans for review, a practice that critics regard as an invasion of privacy. In April, it was found that Amazon employed a team of thousands of workers globally to listen to Alexa audio requests as part of big efforts to improve the software. As mentioned, Google and Apple performed similar things. Both these companies have since said they no longer collect voice data, and Amazon said it will let users opt out.Facebook has yet to disclose to its users that their audio chats may be reviewed by third parties. As a result, some of the contract workers feel their work is unethical, according to people familiar with the issue.Facebook doesn’t have a voice assistant comparable to Google Assistant, Alexa, or Siri, which puts the purpose of its data gathering to question. Its Portal device uses Alexa, in fact. But reports say the company has been developing its own smart assistant since 2018. TAG Facebook, Data Privacy, Security, privacy, Internet Privacy, Messenger (3071) Ads by Amazon AllVideo On Demand: Rent or BuyClothing & AccessoriesMajor AppliancesArts, Crafts & SewingAutomotiveBaby & NurseryBeauty & GroomingBooks & TextbooksCollectible CoinsCamera & PhotoCell Phones & AccessoriesClassical MusicComputers, Tablets & ComponentsBlu-Ray & DVDElectronic Components & Home AudioEntertainment CollectiblesVideo GamesOther Gift Card BrandsGrocery & Gourmet FoodPatio, Lawn & GardenHealth & HouseholdBusiness & Industrial SuppliesJewelryKindle StoreKitchen & DiningMagazinesMiscellaneousDigital MusicCDs & VinylMusical InstrumentsOffice & School SuppliesPet Food & SuppliesPatio, Lawn & GardenShoes, Handbags, Wallets, SunglassesSoftwareSports CollectiblesSports & FitnessHome ImprovementToys & GamesVHSVideo GamesWatches ⓒ 2018 TECHTIMES.com All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission. Bestseller DEAL OF THE DAY ENDS IN read more
June 13, 2019 474 Views Reversing an almost year-long trend, and with the help of declining mortgage rates, the typical mortgage payment dropped below that of home prices in March 2019, according to a new study by CoreLogic. According to the report, the U.S. median sales price in March 2019 of $222,482 was up 3.5% year-over-year, which is down from an annual 8% gain last March. Mortgage payments grew by just 1.9% in March 2019—a steep drop from the reported 11% increase in March 2018. “Moreover, some rate and price forecasts suggest the mortgage payments homebuyers face the rest of this year will, on a year-over-year basis, be only slightly higher or a tad lower, which could help spur home sales,” the report states. CoreLogic’s Home Price Index (HPI) forecasts annual gains in home prices each month from April 2019 to March 2020 that average 4.3%. If those forecasts hold, combined with the average among six mortgage rate forecasts, the annual change in the typical mortgage payment each month will have an average gain of 0.9%. The HPI suggests average sale prices will rise 1.8% through March 2020. Based on that projection, the real typical monthly mortgage payment would increase to $910 by next March, which is a slight increase from $878 in March 2019. Recent numbers pale in comparison to all-time highs, as real mortgage payments spiked to $1,281 in June 2006 when the average mortgage rate was 6.7%. The average sale price in June 2006 was $248,066. Freddie Mac’s latest Primary Mortgage Market Survey reported mortgage rates for the prior week were unchanged at 3.82%. “Mortgage rates were mostly unchanged from last week due to easing of trade tensions with Mexico which helped stabilize markets. These historically low rates should provide continued opportunities for current homeowners to refinance their mortgages – which combined with new homebuyer activity – will help sustain the momentum in the housing market in 2019,” said Sam Khater, Freddie Mac’s Chief Economist.Freddie Mac reports that the average rate for a 30-year fixed rate mortgage has dropped 0.80% year-over-year, while the 15-year fixed rate mortgage fell 0.02% this past week to 3.26%. The Slow Growth of Mortgage Payments in Daily Dose, Data, Featured, News, Origination 2019-06-13 Mike Albanese Share read more
0 Comments Share Wilson could have easily bid his time in Arizona, accepted all the losing, and bid Arizona farewell when his rookie contract ended. But he wasn’t wired that way. He wanted to win and he wanted to win here. Wilson believed he could change the perception of this organization, and he did. Not singlehandedly, he had plenty of help from future draft picks like Darnell Dockett, Anquan Boldin, Larry Fitzgerald, Karlos Dansby, Antrel Rolle and a few others. But Wilson was here first.He had the greatest impact. He was the leader when those other players got here and because he was OK being here, they were OK being here. They changed the culture, they changed the perception, they changed the mentality. And in a five-year span from 2007-11, the Arizona Cardinals had only one losing season. Many had a hand in making the Arizona Cardinals relevant, but none more so than #24. The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo The Phoenix/Arizona Cardinals have been in existence since the team moved here from St. Louis in 1988. In that time they have had 225 draft picks, but none more important than the third round pick they used in 2001 on a safety out of North Carolina State named Adrian Wilson.At the time, the Cardinals were coming off of a 3-13 season and had put up just one winning season in their time in the desert. They were easily considered one of the worst organizations in professional sports. Top Stories Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires read more
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