10 July 2019 Military News
Defense Policy / Programs
- WVARNG conducts knowledge exchange with Peru's army, police Army News 10 Jul 2019 -- Members of the West Virginia Army National Guard (WVARNG) conducted hands-on aeromedical evacuation (MEDEVAC) operations training for medical experts of the Peruvian Armed Forces the first week of July in Lima.
- Air National Guard supports airlift operations at Ali Al Salem CENTCOM 10 Jul 2019 -- When C-130 aircraft from the Montana Air National Guard and Connecticut ANG touched down on the flight line to replace Guard units from Rhode Island and California, the aircrews and maintenance teams seamlessly transitioned to provide non-stop flight operations.
- U.S., Royal Malaysian Navies Conduct Submarine Warfare Talks NNS 10 Jul 2019 -- Commander, Submarine Group Seven conducted bilateral talks with the Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN or TLDM for Tentera Laut Diraja Malaysia) July 9-10 at Polaris Point, Naval Base Guam.
- USS Mount Whitney Visits Stockholm NNS 10 Jul 2019 -- The U.S. 6th Fleet Blue Ridge-class command and control ship USS Mount Whitney (LCC 20) arrived in Stockholm, Sweden for a scheduled port visit July 7.
- $2 Billion US Floating Radar Platform Gets Upgrades as Pentagon Struggles to Find Uses Sputnik 10 Jul 2019 -- The Sea-Based X-Band Radar (SBX), a $2 billion floating radar platform used to track ballistic missiles, has returned to Hawaii for upgrades. However, the US Missile Defense Agency is struggling to find uses for the array as better land-based radars are built.
- Washington Plans to Create Coalition to 'Ensure Freedom of Navigation' off Iran, Yemen - US General Sputnik 10 Jul 2019 -- Iranian officials have earlier blasted the US over the Gulf buildup, calling the superpower's military presence in the Mideast the "weakest in history".
- US to form military coalition in Persian Gulf to deter Iran 'threat' Press TV 10 Jul 2019 -- The US military's top general says Washington has engaged in talks with a number of countries to form an international military coalition to deter what it calls Iran's threat to shipping in the Persian Gulf region.
- U.S. Eyes Military Coalition To Safeguard Key Shipping Lanes Amid Iran Tensions RFE/RL 10 Jul 2019 -- The United States is moving forward with plans to form a military coalition to safeguard strategic shipping lanes off Iran and Yemen amid raised tensions with Iranian leaders.
- Norway Straddles the Fence Over US Call to Send Warships to Persian Gulf Sputnik 10 Jul 2019 -- As a dutiful NATO member, Norway has participated in over 40 military operations abroad, becoming a staple in recent US-led missions, including the Balkans, Mali, Afghanistan, Libya, Iraq, and Syria.
- NATO pays last tribute to its old home NATO 10 Jul 2019 -- The flags of NATO and its Allies were lowered for the last time at the old headquarters of the Alliance in Brussels. In a final tribute to the building that hosted NATO for more than fifty years, soldiers from the 29 member nations took down their national flags in a small ceremony today (10 July 2019).
- Russia's New Aircraft Carrier to Be Able to House Over 40 Planes, Jets - Developer Sputnik 10 Jul 2019 -- The new concept of a non-nuclear aircraft carrier for the Russian Navy provides for over 40 aircraft, jets and sea drones to be placed on it, Pavel Filippov, director general of the developer of the model, Krylov State Research Centre, said in an interview.
- Arms sales will help Taiwan maintain defense: U.S. State Department CNA 10 Jul 2019 -- A recent arms sale package to Taipei approved by Washington was made based on United States law and intended to help boost Taiwan's self-defense capabilities, Department of State spokesperson Morgan Ortagus said Tuesday.
- China urges U.S. to withdraw arms sale to Taiwan People's Daily 10 Jul 2019 -- China on Tuesday urged the United States to immediately withdraw arms sales to Taiwan and sever military ties with the island.
- Washington Says Arms Sales to Taiwan Aim to Promote Peace Across Region Sputnik 10 Jul 2019 -- The United States decided to approve a controversial $2.2 billion arms sale to Taiwan earlier this week as part of an effort to promote peace in the region, State Department spokesperson Morgan Ortagus said on Monday.
- HMS Queen Elizabeth Warship Springs Leak During MoD Navy Sea Trials, Forced to Return to Portsmouth Sputnik 10 Jul 2019 -- The news comes after multiple issues have been raised with the UK's most powerful aircraft carrier, including a shaft seal leak which caused seawater to flood the ship and an accidental trigger of the boat's sprinkler system whilst in a hangar.
- India 'Clearly' Conveyed Its Requirement for S-400 to US Sputnik 10 Jul 2019 -- A day ahead of tough trade negotiation with the US, the Indian Foreign Ministry stated that it will proceed with the purchase of S-400 air missile defence systems from Russia.
- Iran Reveals Its New 'Deep-Attack Doctrine' Amid Tensions With US Sputnik 10 Jul 2019 -- The Middle East region has recently seen a rise in tensions between Tehran and Washington after Iranian air defences downed an American drone, which, as they said, violated the country's borders and didn't respond to warnings.
- Islamic Republic not interested in military conflict: Maj. Gen. Baqeri IRNA 10 Jul 2019 -- Chief of Staff of the Iranian Armed Forces Major General Mohammad Hossein Baqeri underlined that the Islamic Republic of Iran is not interested in military engagement with other countries, but at the same time is fully-prepared to defend the country's security.
- Turkey warns US against harmful steps over Russian S-400 systems Press TV 10 Jul 2019 -- Turkey has called on the United States to refrain from steps that could harm bilateral relations after the US State Department said Ankara would face "real and negative consequences" in case it presses ahead with plans to acquire advanced Russian-made S-400 missile defense systems.
- With Russian Missiles Due in Turkey, Many Speculate on Erdogan's Motives VOA 10 Jul 2019 -- The U.S. and Turkey remain on a collision course with the imminent delivery of Russian S-400 missiles. With reports one battery will be based in Ankara, analysts suggest Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has a personal stake in the escalating crisis.
- China-donated frigate arrives in Sri Lanka People's Daily 10 Jul 2019 -- The China-gifted frigate "P625" arrived at Sri Lanka's Colombo Port on Monday morning.
- Russia's Arms Deliveries to Venezuela Do Not Affect Balance of Forces in Region - Moscow Sputnik 10 Jul 2019 -- Deliveries of Russian military equipment to Venezuela do not destroy the balance of forces in the region, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Ryabkov said.
- Two Military Planes Collide in Qatar, Pilots Eject Safely - Defence Ministry Sputnik 10 Jul 2019 -- At the moment there is no information about the training aircraft that collided, however, according to Doha, the pilots managed to survive the accident. It is also unclear what exactly caused the collision.
- Qatar's Emir Silent on US-Iran Mediation After Talks with US Leaders VOA 10 Jul 2019 -- Qatar's emir has used his visit to Washington this week to highlight his nation's growing economic and defense ties with the United States, but has said nothing about his apparent bid to mediate U.S.-Iran tensions.
- Remarks by Vice President Pence in a Press Gaggle The White House 10 Jul 2019
- 10 July 2019 - Daily Press Briefing by the Office of the Spokesperson for the Secretary-General United Nations 10 Jul 2019
- Yemeni missile strike kills dozens of Saudi mercenaries in kingdom's Najran Press TV 10 Jul 2019 -- Dozens of Saudi-sponsored militiamen loyal to Yemen's former president, Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi, have been killed and scores of others sustained injuries when Yemeni army forces and their allies fired a domestically-manufactured ballistic missile at their camp in Saudi Arabia's southern province of Najran.
- UN envoy, Syria report progress in talks on post-war constitution Press TV 10 Jul 2019 -- The United Nations and the Syrian Foreign Ministry report progress in talks on a constitutional committee that could pave the way for a political solution to the country's eight-year conflict.
- Libyan National Army Jets Strike GNA Forces in Garyan in Bid to Retake City - Reports Sputnik 10 Jul 2019 -- The Libyan National Army's (LNA) Air Force has attacked the forces of the UN-backed Government of National Accord (GNA) in the city of Garyan, southwest of Tripoli, local media reported on Wednesday.
- Report: Conditions Unsafe for Return of Rohingya Refugees to Myanmar VOA 10 Jul 2019 -- Conditions in Myanmar are far too dangerous for the safe, dignified return of hundreds of thousands of Rohingya refugees who have fled to Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, to escape violence and persecution in their home country, according to a report by the U.N. Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights.
- Turkey to Continue Drilling Operations Near Cyprus Despite EU Criticism - Foreign Ministry Sputnik 10 Jul 2019 -- Turkey will continue carrying out hydrocarbons exploration in Cyprus' exclusive economic zone despite the European Union's negative reaction, the Turkish Foreign Ministry said in a statement on Wednesday.
- US State Dept Urges Turkey to Halt Drilling Operations in Waters Off Cyprus Sputnik 10 Jul 2019 -- The United States calls on Turkey to halt drilling for oil and gas near Cyprus because the provocative move will only raise tensions in the region, State Department spokesperson Morgan Ortagus said in a press release.
- UN Sees a Path to Peace in Congo's Kasai Region VOA 10 Jul 2019 -- A team of U.N. experts reports a decrease in violence in the Democratic Republic of Congo's Kasai region and they say a change in governing authorities may present an opening for peace and reconciliation in the troubled region. The team has presented a report Wednesday on the current situation in Kasai to the U.N. Human Rights Council.
- 23 Dead in Papua New Guinea Tribal Massacres VOA 10 Jul 2019 -- Tribal violence has killed 23 people, including pregnant women and children, in Papua New Guinea's highlands region.
- US Border Apprehensions Decline Amid Summer Heat, Mexico Deal VOA 10 Jul 2019 -- The number of people apprehended at the U.S.-Mexico border declined in June, breaking a six-month streak of dramatic increases and prompting the Trump administration to quickly – though cautiously – claim an early victory in its negotiations for stricter border enforcement in Mexico.
- Venezuela's Maduro says UN rights report full of lies Press TV 10 Jul 2019 -- Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro has slammed the latest United Nations report on the country's human rights situation as full of "lies."
- Sudan's Mobile Internet Restored After Power Sharing Deal VOA 10 Jul 2019 -- Sudanese authorities have restored internet services more than a month after they were cut off when the military violently broke up protests calling for civilian rule, leaving dozens dead. The loosening of media controls comes as the military and protesters are set to sign an agreement on a power-sharing, transitional government, raising cautious optimism for a peaceful solution to the stand-off.
- No Progress Reported At Helsinki Talks Between Top U.S., Russian Diplomats RFE/RL 10 Jul 2019 -- U.S. Undersecretary for Political Affairs David Hale has met with Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov in Helsinki and discussed "U.S.-Russia relations and the impact of regional challenges in Europe, the Middle East, and Asia," the State Department said in a statement.
- Activist: Number Of Political Prisoners In Russia Twice What It Was In U.S.S.R. RFE/RL 10 Jul 2019 -- A prominent Russian opposition activist says the number of political prisoners in Russia is twice what it was in the Soviet Union in 1976.
- Ex-US State Department Employee Sentenced for Conspiring With Chinese Agents Sputnik 10 Jul 2019 -- A former US State Department employee has been sentenced to more than three years in prison for allegedly conspiring with Chinese intelligence agents, the Justice Department said in a press release.
- Campaign against Drought Damage Brisk in DPRK KCNA 10 Jul 2019 -- Drought and high temperature have been persisting in the west coast and middle inland areas of the DPRK.
- US wants North Korea freeze as beginning of denuclearization process Press TV 10 Jul 2019 -- The United States says it hopes North Korea would freeze its nuclear program, a move that could be the start of a denuclearization process.
- Britain Accuses Iran of Trying to Block Oil Tanker in Gulf VOA 10 Jul 2019 -- Britain said Thursday that Iranian military vessels tried to "impede the passage" of a British oil tanker through the Strait of Hormuz.
- Rouhani: Iran seeking full implementation of 2015 nuclear deal Press TV 10 Jul 2019 -- The Iranian president says Tehran's ultimate goal is to make the other parties to the country's 2015 nuclear deal, known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), fully implement their obligations under the accord.
- UN experts voice 'deep concern' over Iran's 'consistent pattern' of denying life-saving medical treatment to detainees UN News 10 Jul 2019 -- Despite repeated calls, Iran continues to deny medical treatment to detainees in what amounts to "a consistent pattern", according to eight UN human rights experts, in a statement on Wednesday.
- Trump: US Will 'Substantially' Increase Iran Sanctions VOA 10 Jul 2019 -- President Donald Trump said Wednesday he would soon "substantially" increase economic sanctions against Iran, even as the U.S. accused Tehran of "nuclear extortion" by breaching the 2015 international pact aimed at curtailing its nuclear weapons development.
- In Now-Familiar Role, Macron Seeks to Diffuse Iran Crisis VOA 10 Jul 2019 -- Amid mounting tensions between the United States and Iran, French President Emmanuel Macron is assuming an increasingly familiar mantle: as Europe's go-to leader and top interlocutor.
- Tehran's goal fully implementation of JCPOA-parties' obligations: Pres. Rouhani IRNA 10 Jul 2019 -- President Hassan Rouhani stressed that Iran's goal is that the parties to the JCPOA fully implement their commitments, and Iran welcomes every effort in this regard.
- US withdrawal from JCPOA speeds up Iran-Europe nuclear cooperation: Official IRNA 10 Jul 2019 -- The Spokesman of Iran's Atomic Energy Organization Behrooz Kamalvandi said on Wednesday that nuclear cooperation between Iran and the European Union has been accelerated after US withdrawal out of the JCPOA as Europeans mind to declare that their way is totally separated from the US.
- AEOI head: "How to avert conspicuous catastrophe?" IRNA 10 Jul 2019 -- Head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) Ali Akbar Salehi in an article said that exiting crisis between Iran and the US will lead to removal of anti-Iran sanctions imposed by Washington.
- President mocks US request to convene IAEA Board of Governors IRNA 10 Jul 2019 -- Iran's President Hassan Rouhani said on Wednesday that the US request to the International Atomic Energy Agency Board of Governors to convene is "ridiculous".
- Iran's step-by-step reduction of nuclear commitments is unchangeable: Senior official IRNA 10 Jul 2019 -- Iran's Supreme National Security Council (SNSC) said on Wednesday that Tehran's step-by-step reduction of its nuclear commitments is unchangeable, stressing such measures will continue until all Iranian rights are fulfilled.
- Zarif: Iran not to negotiate under pressure IRNA 10 Jul 2019 -- Iranian Foreign Minister described as clear Iran's position regarding the nuclear deal and negotiations, saying talks are not possible under pressure.
- INSTEX, preliminary step to Europe's commitments: spokesman IRNA 10 Jul 2019 -- Spokesman for the Iranian Foreign Ministry says the Paris-based transactions channel, named INSTEX is a preliminary step to implementation of Europe's commitments to the July 2015 nuclear deal.
- Iran committed to JCPOA proportionate to what EU does IRNA 10 Jul 2019 -- Iranian ambassador to China Mohammad Keshavarzzadeh said on Wednesday that Iran is committed to the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action proportionate to what the EU states parties to the nuclear deal does.
- Phasic reduction of nuclear commitments Iran's unchangeable strategy: Shamkhani ISNA 10 Jul 2019 -- Secretary of Iran's Supreme National Security Council (SNSC), Ali Shamkhani said, Phasic reduction of nuclear commitments is the unchangeable strategy of Iran and the process will continue until Tehran's rights within the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action are totally fulfilled.
- US using nuclear weapons claims in vain to form global front against Iran: AEOI Press TV 10 Jul 2019 -- The United States will never be able to form a global front against Iran by falsely claiming that the Islamic Republic is looking to develop nuclear weapons, says the spokesman for the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI).
- Invulnerable to threats, Iran will give devastating response to any attack: Leader aide Press TV 10 Jul 2019 -- Iran is invulnerable to enemies' warmongering and will make them regret any act of aggression, says Major General Yahya Rahim Safavi, a top military aide to the Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei.
- Iranians will not 'sit on their hands' if they come under attack: UN envoy Press TV 10 Jul 2019 -- Iran's ambassador to the United Nations says the country would not hesitate to respond to any military threat from the United States.
- Iran's gradual reduction of nuclear commitments unchangeable strategy: Shamkhani tells French envoy Press TV 10 Jul 2019 -- The secretary of Iran's Supreme National Security Council says Tehran's step-by-step reduction of its commitments under the 2015 nuclear deal between the Islamic Republic and world powers is an "unchangeable strategy."
- US seeks Congress-approved nuclear deal with Iran: Hook Press TV 10 Jul 2019 -- US special representative for Iran Brian Hook says Washington is seeking a Congress-approved agreement with Tehran to replace the 2015 nuclear agreement that President Donald Trump withdrew from last year.
- Iran door to diplomacy remains open despite Europe failure to fulfill deal pledges Press TV 10 Jul 2019 -- Tehran says it is not after fueling tensions and keeps the door open to diplomacy and talks despite Europe's failure to stand up to US pressure and uphold its commitments under a 2015 nuclear deal.
- U.S. Statement to the IAEA Board of Governors on Verification and Monitoring in Iran U.S. Mission to International Organizations in Vienna 10 Jul 2019 -- "We call on Iran to reverse its recent nuclear steps and cease any plans for further advancements in the future. The United States has made clear that we are open to negotiation without preconditions, and that we are offering Iran the possibility of a full normalization of relations."
- US Offers Iran Full Normalisation of Relations, Demands Reversal of Nuclear Steps - Wolcott Sputnik 10 Jul 2019 -- The United States offered Iran the full normalization of relations in exchange for Tehran's commitment to reverse its recent nuclear steps and cease any plans for further uranium enrichment, US Representative to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Ambassador Jackie Wolcott said in a press release on Wednesday.
- Trump Threatens To Ratchet Up Sanctions On Iran RFE/RL 10 Jul 2019 -- U.S. President Donald Trump is threatening to ratchet up sanctions on Iran and has again denounced the 2015 nuclear deal Iran signed with world powers as the UN nuclear watchdog held an emergency meeting on Tehran's breach of the deal.
- Trump: Anti-Iran Sanctions 'Will Soon Be Increased, Substantially' Sputnik 10 Jul 2019 -- Washington previously increased sanctions due to the downing of one of its drones over the Strait of Hormuz by Iranian air defences after the UAV reportedly violated Iran's border. The US then slapped sanctions on Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei and those closest to him in order to cut their access to "key financial resources and support".
- UK seizing Iranian tanker on behalf of B-Team very cheap, wrong move: Rouhani ISNA 10 Jul 2019 -- Iran's President described the United Kingdom's seizure of Iranian tanker a childish, cheap and wrong move, saying, "The British are the initiator of insecurity in seas and we hope that they do not repeat this, because it will spread insecurity throughout the world and to everybody's detriment".
- Iran signs $6.2bn worth of contracts to increase oil output by 280,000 bpd Press TV 10 Jul 2019 -- Iran has awarded dozens of contracts worth $6.2 billion to domestic companies to have oil production increase by 280,000 barrels per day (bpd) as part of a plan entitled "The extra-output scheme".
- Iran to sign first contract to barter oil for restoration of power plant Press TV 10 Jul 2019 -- Iran is to sign a contract with a Japanese company for restoration of power plant which will be financed through a barter mechanism involving Iran's oil.
- Iran warns UK about 'consequences' of oil tanker seizure Press TV 10 Jul 2019 -- President Hassan Rouhani warns the UK about the "consequences" of its recent seizure of an Iranian supertanker.
- Iranian President Warns Britain Of 'Consequences' Over Ship Seizure RFE/RL 10 Jul 2019 -- Iranian President Hassan Rohani has said that Britain will face "consequences" over the seizure of an Iranian supertanker last week and said Tehran's increase in uranium enrichment was for peaceful aims, according to Iranian media reports on July 10.
- Royal Navy Ship Reportedly Escorts UK Tanker in Gulf Amid Iran's Warning After Seizure of Its Vessel Sputnik 10 Jul 2019 -- The apparent intensification of security measures for British vessels sailing in the Gulf region takes place in the wake of attacks on oil tankers by unknown perpetrators and Iran's warnings to London that its ships could be seized in response to the UK's arrest of an Iranian vessel in Gibraltar.
- Iran's President Says UK 'Scared' After It Reportedly Sends Frigates to Escort Oil Tankers in Gulf Sputnik 10 Jul 2019 -- Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif earlier tweeted that the 4 July seizure of an Iranian supertanker by Gibraltar police and British Royal Marines amounts to "piracy" and "sets a dangerous precedent".
- Demonstrations in Hong Kong to Continue as Protesters Call For Chief Executive to Do More VOA 10 Jul 2019 -- Demonstrations in Hong Kong are set to continue after protest leaders denounced Chief Executive Carrie Lam's reluctance to withdraw a bill that would facilitate extradition to mainland China and her decision to not open an investigation into police conduct.
- Hong Kong youth need guidance Global Times 10 Jul 2019 -- Angry, anxious and reckless young anti-government protesters rushed into the streets of Hong Kong to oppose the extradition amendment bill initiated by the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) government, and some of them were yelling radical, separatist and insulting slogans at the police, the chief executive, the government and even their motherland - China.
- HK chief vows reform of governance People's Daily 10 Jul 2019 -- Top executive of SAR says changes will help ensure variety of voices are heard
- Xi highlights Party building in central Party, state institutions People's Daily 10 Jul 2019 -- Xi Jinping, general secretary of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee, on Tuesday urged central Party and state institutions to become exemplary institutions which the CPC Central Committee trusts and people are satisfied with.
- British Ambassador to Washington Resigns VOA 10 Jul 2019 -- It is one of the low points in a U.S.- British relationship that has undergone numerous stresses since Redcoats torched the White House and the U.S. Capitol building in 1814.
- British Lawmakers Dismayed After Ambassador to US Quits VOA 10 Jul 2019 -- Kim Darroch's decision to quit as Britain's ambassador to the U.S. dismayed British lawmakers across the political spectrum, with many saying that they felt the Trump administration had bullied him out of the embassy.
- Terrorism 'spreading and destabilizing' entire regions, Guterres warns States, at key Kenya conference UN News 10 Jul 2019 -- "Trauma from terrorism" hurts families, communities and destabilizes entire regions, UN Secretary-General António Guterres said on Wednesday, as he expressed solidarity with victims of extremist attacks in Africa.
- Parliament chief: US bans on Hezbollah MPs 'assault on all of Lebanon' Press TV 10 Jul 2019 -- Lebanon's Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri has denounced American sanctions on lawmakers from the Hezbollah resistance movement as an "assault" against not only the parliament but the entire Lebanese nation.
- Hezbollah slams US sanctions on parliamentarians as 'humiliation' for Lebanese Press TV 10 Jul 2019 -- Lebanese lawmaker Ali Fayyad has censured the US Treasury's Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) over adding two members of the country's parliament to its list of sanctioned individuals on charges of acting on behalf of Hezbollah resistance movement.
- US Senate to Consider Bill Punishing Saudis for Human Rights Record VOA 10 Jul 2019 -- The chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee has introduced a bill that would punish Saudi Arabia for human rights violations, but does not block arms sales to the kingdom.
- Trump to Host Pakistani PM at White House VOA 10 Jul 2019 -- U.S. President Donald Trump will host Pakistan's prime minister, Imran Khan, at the White House on July 22 for official talks aimed at "creating conditions" for an "enduring partnership" and cooperation to secure a peaceful South Asia.
- India Says First US Nuclear Reactor Proposed in 2008 Still Work 'in Progress' Sputnik 10 Jul 2019 -- The Indian government said on Wednesday that it might not be able to reach a consensus with Westinghouse Electric Company (WEC) in the US to set up six AP-1000 nuclear reactors in the southern Indian state of Andhra Pradesh.
- Belarus To Get Money From China To Pay Off Russian Debts RFE/RL 10 Jul 2019 -- Belarus has almost completed talks on borrowing $600 million from China, an amount which would be used to repay debts to Russia, Belarusian Deputy Finance Minister Andrey Byalkavets said.
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