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  • Ahmad El-Ganayni, painter and poet from Egypt - ------------------------------------------
    dark female body in the imaginary foreground contrasts with a silhouette that reminds us of sculptures by Giacometti Space exists in such paintings a dreamlike space devoid of all central perspective Everything that is geometric or abstract is completely absent

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  • The Fairy of the Fields - ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Hoqoul The Fairy of the Fields is the title of a recently published book comprising a new collection of features about life in the countryside of Egypt written by the poet writer and critic Aidy Aly Gomaa about the everyday life in his native village near Cairo Gomaa describes in these short stories the specific dreams aspirations and disappointments of ordinary peasants in his village in a touching way This

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  • Li
    Eichstaett s Baroque Architecture Present In Li Portenlaenger s Lithographic Prints EXHIBITION IN EICHSTAETT BAVARIA SOUTHERN GERMANY APRIL 16 JUNE 28 2015 öo Source Transalpin Lithos Gabrieli Li Portenlänger Eichstaett

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  • is aware of the cold Easterly wind But the weather is crazy and the wind changes direction often and fast As it were some in Ukraine live in the area where the fronts collide North wind brushes the Easterly region and may hit the West A Southwesterly wind struck Kiev created havoc on Maidan Square turning it into a mess causing wounds blood and tears And more clouds are approaching perhaps bringing chaos and floods to the country But the weather metaphor perhaps obscures more than it illucidates Conflicts are no natural thing and do not run their natural course Man is making history Much depends on the powerful those with economic interests And allied with them the geo strategists careerist and opportunistic politicians backed by diplomats advisers think tank experts and military planners Much depends also on us the people who see themselves as governed Will we swallow everything Will we remain onlookers of what tends to become fate if we do not interfer if we do not attempt to make history to change its course A vain hope perhaps I know But those who like the girls working in the hospital by the river in that doomed city never make an attempt to put a stop to what is wrong maybe said in hindsight to share a small part of the collective guilt But then there may be no one left to see things in hindsight some day So what are we to do you may ask I respond Who but you yourself can tell you To live in this world involves and implicates us As it is living means also but not only that we are becoming guilty often without being aware of it Sometimes we attempt to do the good thing we want to do what is alright even required what is necessary and out of blindness or stupidity it all turns out to be wrong There are not only the conscious decision s taken perhaps when we face difficult situations with no clear alternatives that let us end up at times with dirty hands There are also the blind choices moments when we slide into a situation not comprehending what we are doing And thus I ask myself Where do I stand and what do I long for in terms of justice and freedom And how do I see what others advocate especially the media and politicians How have they hitherto acted especially during the last twenty or twenty five years Wasn t a humanitarian intervention like the one in Bosnia in 1994 95 or a humanitarian war like the war on Yugoslavia in 1999 a contradictio in adiecto WAS THERE NO BETTER ROAD no fairer and more humane path towards peace and justice than the road map our elected rulers proposed The same question does not confront us now it seems as almost nobody in the West seems to consider open rather than covert military intervention in the fighting that is going on in

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  • NATO-Expansion
    an institutional mechanism for dealing with members of the rapidly disintegrating Warsaw Treaty Organization In order to draw Poland Czechoslovakia and the Baltic into the orbit of NATO it was decided in 1991 to set up the North Atlantic Cooperation Council NACC that would orchestrate informal military cooperation and coordination as a first step towards full integration Joseph Laurence Black ibidem p 8 December 1991 The Soviet Union was dissolved on 26 December 1991 1991 1993 the government headed by Boris Yeltsin maintained a strongly Western and reformist orientation Foreign Minister Andrei Kozyrev pushed integration with the West Joseph Laurence Black ibidem p 9 1993 Joseph L Black claims that the Yeltsin government was forced to retreat from its strongly Western course in 1993 In Black s opinion this must be interpreted as a result of the elections of 1993 that weakened its position internally Joseph Laurence Black ibidem p 9 But at the same time Black is compelled to admit that in 1993 the Russian leadership was concerned that Romania might make a grab for Moldavia and the Baltic states could follow the Visegrad group Hungary Poland Czech Republic Slovakia into the NATO Alliance into which they had been informally integrated as recently adopted members of the North Atlantic Cooperation Council NACC Joseph Laurence Black p 9 In 1993 NATO enlargement was already perceived as the creation of a buffer zone in reverse a means to isolate the new Russia from continental Europe February 1994 In early 1994 the unrelenting character of NATO S plans to recruit new members began to trigger responses at the highest level in Russia In February of that year Yeltsin felt so threatened by the possibility of NATO expanding without consulting Russia that he emphasized his country s opposition to it in his annual message to the Federal Assembly and in a separate television address to the nation The presidential statement was much stronger than an earlier recommendation by Kozyrev that Russia work with NATO s North Atlantic Cooperation Council to strengthen mutual trust and developing cooperation as an alternative to a faster expansion of NATO Interestingly in 1994 there was a feeling within Russian military circles that Russia might eventually join NATO itself Joseph Laurence Black ibidem p 9 Late 1996 Madeleine Albright is named first female US Secretary of State As UN ambassador Albright had argued in favor of early military intervention in Bosnia January 31 1997 Prime Minister Viktor S Chernomyrdin of Russia assailed the expansion of NATO today We are warning today that NATO has not changed Mr Chernomyrdin said referring to the Western alliance s formation as a military bulwark against Soviet expansion during the cold war Any movement of NATO infrastructure to the Russian boundary would do no good Rather it would do bad Edmund C Andrews Russian Hints at Compromise Over NATO in The New York Times Jan 31 1997 http www nytimes com 1997 01 31 world russian hints at compromise over nato html December 1996 In December 1996 NATO foreign ministers agreed to seek an agreement with the Russian Federation on arrangements to deepen and widen the scope of NATO Russian relations primarily to offset the largely negative impact on those relations caused by NATO s decision to enlarge March July 1997 Despite stern Russian opposition the Western alliance is planning a July summit in Madrid at which it expects to invite former Soviet satellites Poland Hungary and the Czech Republic to join by 1999 as full members of NATO Solana said in London last week that NATO and Russia were about to start work on the text of a new strategic security partnership Citing unidentified diplomatic sources Agence France Presse said Monday that Solana had submitted to Primakov a draft framework agreement aimed at easing Russian concerns about NATO Solana is to visit four Central Asian republics Kazakhstan Uzbekistan Kyrgyzstan and Turkmenistan an indication of the West s attempt to establisg a foothold in Central Asia and recruit new strategic partners before returning to Brussels on Saturday Ian MacWilliam NATO Russia Upbeat After Solana Visit in The Moscow Times March 11 1997 May 14 1997 NATO and Russia reached tentative agreement Wednesday on a new charter to govern relations after NATO begins its eastward expansion a move Moscow has opposed The deal worked out after a second day of talks between Russian Foreign Minister Yevgeny Primakov and NATO Secretary General Javier Solana follows months of tough negotiations between the two former Cold War foes and must still be approved by Russian President Boris Yeltsin and ambassadors from NATO s 16 member nations Final details were not immediately available so it was not clear if all differences had been fully resolved Both sides hope the deal can be signed at a ceremony May 27 in Paris Until now a breakthrough had been blocked by disagreements over whether the pact should include written guarantees that NATO will not station military structures and nuclear weapons on the territory of new member states The North Atlantic Treaty Organization has been reluctant to give such guarantees in writing Shea said the deal provides assurances to Russia that the forthcoming enlargement of NATO is not going to lead to any negative military consequences for Russia Yeltsin has said he would not sign an unsatisfactory agreement and told Primakov to take a tough line in the sixth round of Russia NATO talks on the pact Yeltsin had also said repeatedly that Russia would not back NATO s plans to invite some Eastern European countries to join the alliance at a summit in Madrid in July Poland Hungary and the Czech Republic are expected to receive the first invitations to join NATO though Romania and Slovenia also hope to be in the first wave Moscow regards enlargement as a security threat N N with Moscow Bureau Chief Jill Dougherty Correspondent Betsy Aaron and REUTERS all contributing to this report NATO and Russia reach partnership pact in CNN May 14 1997 http edition cnn com WORLD 9705 14 russia nato May 27 1997 The Founding Act On May 27 in Paris Russian President Boris Yeltsin joined President Bill Clinton and the leaders of the 15 other NATO member states in signing the Founding Act on Mutual Relations Cooperation and Security between NATO and the Russian Federation the Act defines the goals and mechanism of consultation cooperation joint decision making and joint action that will constitute the core of the mutual relations between NATO and Russia The Act establishes a NATO Russian Permanent Joint Council which is to begin functioning by the end of September 1997 The Act also contains NATO s qualified pledge not to deploy nuclear weapons or station troops in the new member states and refines the basic scope and parameters for an adapted Conventional Armed Forces in Europe CFE Treaty In the second section which contains the only concrete action in the Act NATO and Russia establish the NATO Russian Permanent Joint Council The Council is intended as a mechanism for consultations coordination and where appropriate for joint decisions and joint action with respect to security issues of common concern In the final section of the Act which deals with political military matters NATO restates that it has no intention no plan and no reason at the moment to deploy or store nuclear weapons on the territory of new members T he Act notes that NATO will carry out its collective defence and other missions by ensuring the necessary interoperability integration and capability for reinforcement rather than by additional permanent stationing of substantial combat forces But the Act cautions NATO will have to rely on adequate infrastructure commensurate with the above tasks D espite its intention to overcome the vestiges of past confrontation and competition and to strengthen mutual trust and cooperation in the words of Solana the Founding Act was and is viewed by many in Russia with decided ambivalence The first section of the Act elaborates the basic principles for establishing common and comprehensive security in Europe These principles include strengthening the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe OSCE responding to new risks and challenges such as aggressive nationalism proliferation terrorism and persistent abuse of human rights and basing NATO Russian relations on a shared commitment to democracy political pluralism the rule of law respect for human rights and the development of free market economies NATO and Russia also pledge to refrain from the threat or use of force against each other or other states to respect the independence and territorial integrity of all states and the inviolability of borders to foster mutual transparency to settle disputes by peaceful means and to support on a case by case basis peacekeeping operations carried out under the UN Security Council At the signing ceremony Yeltsin described the Act as containing an obligation not to deploy NATO combat forces on a permanent basis near Russia and as a firm and absolute commitment for all signatory states US Administration officials on the other hand made it very clear they consider the Act to be only politically and not legally binding and therefore not requiring Senate approval Jeremy Rosner Special Assistant to the President for NATO Enlargement said the Founding Act itself states explicitly that the Act does not limit NATO s ability to act independently and it does not apply it s not legally binding doesn t apply any limitations on NATO s military policy from the outside 1998 In 1998 the Duma adopted a statement which made it clear that Russia s security arrangement and relations with the North Atlantic Treatry Organization Alliance would have to be reviewed if NATO changed its stance towards the Baltic countries especially Latvia The Russian reaction was partly due to the fact that the Latvian government granted permission to veterans of the Latvian voluntary SS Legion to celebrate its 55th anniversary Interfax 16 March Soon after the old members of the SS had received permission for an official celebration of their voluntary and eager participation in Hitler Germany s war of aggression and in repeated acts of genocide a war memorial that served to remind people of the fact that the Red Army had paid a high price in order to defeat Hitler s Wehrmacht was vandalized in Latvia Joseph Laurence Black ibidem p 215 NATO emissaries and Western diplomats nonetheless continued their concerted effort to integrate Latvia as well as Lithuania and Estonia into the Western alliance In July 1998 Strobe Talbott s participation in the first session of the Commission for Partnership between the United States and the Baltic Countries Black ibidem p 219 was an indication that the US were working determinedly to achieve NATO integration Talbott endorsed a communiqué which implied that the Baltic countries were prepared for entry into NATO Black ibidem p 219 Clearly the United States was ignoring Russia s hope for a blockless European security system Joseph Laurence Black ibidem p 219 1998 J L Black mentions Russia s proposals in Stockholm of a northern secturity system and the fact that this was summarily dismissed by Sweden and the Baltic states In 1998 Norway expelled five Russian diplomats on charges of spying as that country got ready for a large scale NATO military exercise Strong Resolve 98 the venue of which was Norway the North Sea and the Norwegian Sea For observers in Russia it was clear that the expulsion of Russian diplomats was linked directly to the war games Joseph Laurence Black ibidem p 216 In May 1998 Adamkus informed a Russian interviewer that Lithuania s aspiration to join NATO should not be viewed as opposition to Russia He went on to predict that Russia itself would eventually join NATO as the all European security system Solana told a Russian NTV audience on 26 May that whereas every country has the right to choose security structures in which it wants to participate NATO will take Russia s opinion about Baltic entry into account In June he went so far as to moot Russian membership and spoke tentatively while visiting the Baltic capitals of the possibility of a separate security scheme for the Baltic region to include Russia This concept even though speculative cheered some Russian observers Russia itself was encouraged to play a greater role in NATO activities a fact evidenced by an agreement that a platoon of Baltic Fleet marines would join a military exercise in Northern Denmark in late May and that Russia would send observers to the Baltic Challenge 98 a NATO maneuver scheduled for Lithuania in July Joseph Laurence Black inbidem p 217 In view of the obvious fact that the West was bent on including Lithuania Latvia and Estland in its NATO military alliance Russia s government made it quite clear that military integration of the Baltic countries with NATO was unacceptable Joseph Laurence Black ibidem p 219 The US elites wanted the continuation of a bloc dominated by them and they wanted to exclude Russia from membership in that bloc A large scale NATO exercise near Klaipeda was being projected and NATO s plans to set up a corps headquarters in Poland s Szczecin were ominous Spokesmen for the Russian military claimed that the new corps represented a direct violation of Article IV of theFounding Act Joseph Laurence Black ibidem p 219 Jan 13 1998 Renewed crisis in Iraq as President Saddam Hussein bans weapons team led by US inspector Feb 23 1998 US diplomat Robert Gelbard publicly calls KLA Kosova Liberation Army UCK without any question a terrorist group Aug 20 1998 US launches cruise missile attack on Afghanistan and Sudan in response to Nairobi and Dar Es Salaam embassy bombings In polls significant numbers of Americans say they believe the attacks were staged to divert attention from the Lewinsky scandal Sept 23 1998 UN Security Council approves Resolution 1199 demanding cease fire Serb withdrawal and refugee return and calling for unspecified additional measures if Serbia refuses to comply Sept 24 1998 In Vilamoura Portugal NATO Defense Ministers give NATO s Supreme Commander permission to issue an activation warning ACTWARN the first real step in preparation for airstrikes Sept 30 1998 At principals committee meeting US Secretary of State Madeleine Albright pushes for airstrikes against Serbia Administration briefs Capitol Hill on the plan Meeting Congressional resistance the Administration notes it has no plans to send ground troops to Kosovo even as peacekeepers March 9 1998 Contact Group countries US UK France Germany Italy and Russia meet in London to discuss Kosovo Jan 15 1999 The Racak Massacre In retaliation for KLA attack on 4 policemen Serb security forces kill 45 Kosovo Albanians KVM Director William Walker arrives on scene following day forcefully blames Serbia in front of television cameras Milosevic refuses to allow war crimes prosecutor Judge Louise Arbour to visit Racak Jan 19 1999 In light of Racak massacre National Security Adviser Sandy Berger reconvenes Principals Committee Albright s push for military ultimatum wins the day At same time NATO SACEUR Wesley Clark and NATO military council chairman Gen Klaus Naumann meet with Milosevic in Serbia in tense seven hour meeting Milosevic claims Racak was staged by the KLA calls Clark a war criminal Jan 27 1999 Joint statement on Kosovo by Albright and Russia s Ivanov Clinton meets with foreign policy team to discuss post Racak strategy Mar 24 1999 The Kosovo air war begins April 28 1999 House of Representatives votes largely along party lines to reject a resolution supporting air war demonstrating continuing mistrust of Clinton and his Balkans policy May 7 1999 In night of extensive bombing NATO planes target Chinese Embassy in Belgrade killing 3 and wounding 20 In a separate incident a NATO cluster bomb misses an airfield and strikes a market and a hospital near Nis May 11 1999 Chernomyrdin and Jiang Zemin confer in Beijing criticize bombing May 27 1999 In secret Bonn meeting US Defense Sec Cohen meets with NATO defense ministers to discuss possible invasion allies conclude that governments must decide soon whether to assemble ground troops International War Crimes Tribunal announces indictment of Milosevic and four other FRY and Serbian officials May 30 1999 NATO bombs a bridge in Varvarin killing and wounding civilians on board a passenger train that was crossing the bridge June 1 1999 Final round of talks between Talbott Chernomyrdin and Ahtisaari begins Discussion continues up until negotiators depart for Belgrade two days later FRY informs Germany of its readiness to accept G8 principles for ending bombing June 8 1999 During G8 talks in Cologne allies and Russia reach agreement on possible UN resolution to sanction the peace deal June 9 1999 After more discussions NATO and FRY officials finally initial a Military Technical Agreement to govern the Serb withdrawal from Kosovo June 10 1999 Solana requests suspension of NATO bombing and the Security Council adopts resolution 1244 permitting the deployment of the international civil and military authorities in Kosovo June 12 1999 In a move that surprises allied commanders approximately 200 Russian troops leave Bosnia travel through Serbia and enter Kosovo before NATO taking control of Pristina airport Oct 7 2001 October 7 9 p m local time the United States supported by Britain begins its attack on Afghanistan launching bombs and cruise missiles against Taliban military and communications facilities and suspected terrorist training camps Kabul Kandahar and Herat were hit In 2002 the United Nations Security Council passed Resolution 1441 which called for Iraq to completely cooperate with UN weapon inspectors to verify that Iraq was not in possession of WMD and cruise missiles March 2003 The Second Gulf War usually refers to the Iraq War March 2003 to December 2011 a two phase conflict comprising an initial invasion of Iraq led by US and UK forces and a longer seven year phase of occupation and fighting with insurgents April 22 23 2010 Foreign Minister Urmas Paet met with president of the USA think tank the Brookings Institution and former

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  • Ukraine: The Enemy of Your Enemy is Not Always Your Friend----------------------------------
    Premier for Economic Affairs and Svoboda has taken control of the ministries of education agriculture and the environment Svoboda co founder Andriy Parubiy was named Secretary of the Security and National Defense Committee a significant post with control over police and military forces Playing to a western audience both Pravy Sektor and Svoboda have tried to reassure the Israeli ambassador that they are not anti Semitic and defenders of the Ukrainian Revolution have highlighted the very real anti Semitism in Russian nationalist groups Two years ago Svoboda led violent protests in Kiev against a new language law in Parliament which allowed bilingualism in regions with more than a 10 percent non Ukrainian population Its first order of business in the new revolutionary parliament was to roll back the bilingualism law which gave Putin one of his justifications to defend Crimea where Russian speakers make up a majority A similar 2003 democratic revolution in Georgia installed a strongly nationalist government which five years later moved militarily against ethnic secessionist enclaves provoking a successful Russian invasion But few such aggressive signs were seen in Crimea before Putin moved in Putin s invasion of Crimea has relegitimized the ultraright in the eyes of many Ukrainian nationalists and not insignificantly prevents about a million Crimean Russians from voting against Ukrainian nationalist parties in the next election A pro Putin biker gang that has supported his Crimea invasion and pro Russian rioters in eastern Ukraine play as Russian young tough counterparts to the Ukrainian nationalists Just as Svoboda uses Putin s actions to frighten Ukrainians Putin needs Svoboda to frighten Russians and the polarization intensifies Pravy Sektor Pravy Sektor is even to the right of Svoboda but that has not stopped its leader Dmytro Yarosh from being named as Paruby s Deputy Secretary of National Security Since the revolution Pravy Sektor militants have begun tearing down statues of Soviet soldiers who liberated the republic from the Nazis That s because they are themselves Nazis with a view of the world influenced not only by Ukrainian nationalism and German national socialism but by the global white supremacist movement Like Svoboda Pravy Sektor looks back with fondness to the Ukrainian Insurgent Army UPA led by Stepan Bandera who backed the 1941 German invasion of Ukraine It soon became clear that Germany did not back his vision of a pro Nazi Ukrainian puppet state because Hitler viewed Slavs as subhuman and coveted their fertile land for German settlers so the UPA had to later defend itself from the Germans But somehow you don t really count as a resistance movement if you wanted to join the Nazis but the other Nazis wouldn t let you play In the meantime the UPA was involved in massacres of Jews in parts of Nazi occupied Poland now within western Ukraine It also slaughtered at least 50 000 Catholic Poles who stood in the way of Bandera s vision of a purely Ukrainian state Far right groups have recently backed the reburial

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  • The Night Bombs Fell Over North Carolina -------------
    are 500 times more powerful than the bomb that devastated Hiroshima Japan The parachuted bomb imbeds itself 18 inches into the ground next to Shackleford Road It is deactivated without much trouble loaded onto a truck and taken to Texas to be analyzed The other bomb though burrows 50 feet into a swamp owned by C T Davis The military immediately issues a statement to reporters that two bombs have been recovered the bombs have been unarmed and the situation is safe Joel Dobson author of The Goldsboro Broken Arrow writes later that the military didn t tell the press the entire truth In reality only one of those things was true he writes There were two bombs The Air Force digs in Davis s swamp for the missing bomb But after 20 feet the hole begins to fill with water Crews have 16 pumps the men suck 20 000 gallons of water an hour out of the hole but the water keeps coming The Air Force fills in the hole Parts of the bomb remain in the ground Digging for bombs A half century later the morning of January 24 is still vivid to Mattocks and everyone else associated with the events It happened so fast says Mattocks who is now 78 and lives near Jacksonville Says Reeves the 18 year old who was roused from bed by the explosion My room became red as fire he says The government still collects samples from wells near the crash The military purchased an easement from Davis and his heirs for 1 000 The agreement says no current or future landowner may dig or drill deeper than five feet or ever use the land again in any manner other than growing crops timber or pastureland The official account from the Pentagon states that there was no hazard in the area but that pieces of the bomb that crashed into the swamp broke off and one of those pieces was never found Dr Jack Revelle the officer who deactivated the bombs at the site says that if one of the bombs had gone off our state wouldn t be the same today You might now have a very large Bay of North Carolina if that thing had gone off Revelle says Today when people walk by the swamp on Davis s land they may never know that 50 years ago that same midnight sky lit up in flames and the people of Goldsboro thought the world had ended The Crash at Silver Hill Just two months after the explosion in Goldsboro another plane goes down in Denton A B 52G jet on a routine mission from Dow Air Force Base in Maine flies over Davidson County on March 30 1961 At about 9 15 p m as the pilot makes contact with a KC 135 jet tanker from Seymour Johnson Air Force Base near Goldsboro the atomic bomber crashes four miles from the southern Davidson County town of Denton Giant balls of

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  • 38 Years Ago, A B-52 Bomber Crashed in Michigan ----------------------
    the Martins saw was the enormous eight engine B 52C Stratosphere bomber ignite in mid air before crashing into Lake Michigan burning excess fuel and debris on the surface for several hours The Air Force s Strategic Air Command later confirmed that one of its aircraft from Westover Air Force Base Mass on a simulated bombing run had crashed near Bay Shore Why were they here B 52 bombers began arriving in Northern Michigan in 1963 when the U S Air Force moved a radar station from Ironwood Mich and built the 100 airmen staffed Bay Shore radar site on a hill overlooking Little Traverse Bay The open water of Little Traverse Bay made an ideal location for the electronic scoring system for mock bombings Planes from as far England traveled to complete their training missions and as many as 400 runs and 1 000 bomb drops were done in a week at the station But on this day one of the most impressive air vessels ever used was scattered in a 1 200 by 600 foot zone that had depths of more than 200 feet to the bottom of Lake Michigan Because of the intensity of the crash combined with the frigid water temperatures the Coast Guard declared its rescue mission a recovery mission within two days In the following weeks the Coast Guard icebreaker Woodbine and cutter Sundew that were initially dispatched returned to their homes and a private 10 man diving team from Ocean Systems Inc of Reston Va was called to take over the recovery In the end a record winter sheeting the lake with ice nightly and 15 foot swells proved to be too much even after a month of searching Among the little debris ever found according to reports was a portion of the

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