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Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD)

From the United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI)

 

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Monday, May 23, 2005

 

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IRAQI NEWS, 22 May 05

Joint US-Iraqi force reportedly kills 5 gunmen south of Baghdad

Civilians killed in clash between US forces and Iraq gunmen in Al-Qa'im

US, Iraqi troops launch offensive in Abu-Ghurayb district

Iraqi government reacts to Sunni conference

Iraqi Trade Ministry official killed in Baghdad

Blast targeting US, Iraqi forces kills civilian west of Kirkuk

Iraqi forces arrest at least 50 in Samarra college raid

Former PM calls for independent inquiry into rising violence

Iraqi Sunni official welcomes Shi'i cleric Al-Sadr mediation efforts

IRAQI PRESS HEADLINES, 22 May 05

Al-Bayyinah [Baghdad, weekly r published by the Hezbollah Movement in Iraq]:

Al-Furat [Baghdad, independent political daily newspaper]:

Al-Dustur [Baghdad, independent daily newspaper]:

Al-Mada [Baghdad, independent daily]:

Al-Mu'tamar [Baghdad, daily, published by the Iraqi National Congress]:

Al-Zaman [Baghdad edition of London-based independent daily newspaper]:

Al-Siyadah [Baghdad, daily newspaper]:

IRAQI PRESS QOUTES, 22 May 05

“Al-Dhari's absolute silence …” - Al-Bayyinah

"Iraqis, no choice but a peaceful dialogue”- Al-Furat

"Iraqi journalism, is completely dominated by chaos”- Al-Dustur

IRAQI BROADCAST MEDIA HEADLINES, 22 May 05

Al-Sharqiyah TV news 22 May 05

Al-Iraqiyah TV news 22 May 05

UPDATES FROM THE KURDISH PERSS, 22 May 2005

Hawal, weekly newspaper issued in Kirkuk by Hawal Foundation for Pres

Xebat, daily newspaper issued in Erbil by the KDP

Kurdistani Nwe, daily newspaper issued in Sulaymanya by the PUK

 

IRAQI NEWS, 22 May 05

Joint US-Iraqi force reportedly kills 5 gunmen south of Baghdad

Al-Sharqiyah TV reported that five gunmen had been killed and 11 others wounded in raids carried out on 22 May by a US-Iraqi joint force in the cities of Al-Mahmudiyah and Al-Yusufiyah, south of Baghdad . A source in the Iraqi army told the TV that a joint force made up of 850 US marines, Iraqi policemen and army personnel carried out raids in several neighbourhoods in the cities. According to the source 61 people were arrested in the raids. (Al-Sharqiyah, Baghdad , in Arabic 22 May 05)

Civilians killed in clash between US forces and Iraq gunmen in Al-Qa'im

Four civilians were killed and seven others were wounded in a gun battle between US forces and gunmen in Al-Qa'im near the Syrian border, Al-Sharqiyah reported on 22 May. According to eyewitnesses the fight took place at the Customs Department building in the town. (Al-Sharqiyah, Baghdad , in Arabic 22 May 05)

US, Iraqi troops launch offensive in Abu-Ghurayb district

US and Iraqi forces cordoned off Abu-Ghurayb district, west of Baghdad , to search for wanted men, Al-Sharqiyah reported on 22 May. The TV's correspondent said troops had searched shops and houses in the area. He added that US helicopters had dropped flyers to urge citizens not to leave their homes and to ask for their help in arresting the wanted men. (Al-Sharqiyah, Baghdad , in Arabic 22 May 05)

Iraqi government reacts to Sunni conference

The Iraqi government's spokesman Layth Kubbah called on Sunni leaders in the country to take a clear stance on violence against police and security forces, Iraq 's Al-Sharqiyah reported on 22 May. Speaking a day after a major gathering of members of Iraq 's Sunni minority, Kubbah rejected the conference's call for the interior minister's resignation. He said as Sunnis had supported the political process in the country they did not have the right to demand the resignation of any minister. (Al-Sharqiyah, Baghdad , in Arabic 22 May 05)

Iraqi Trade Ministry official killed in Baghdad

Gunmen killed a senior Iraqi Ministry of Trade official in Baghdad on 22 May, Iraqi Al-Sharqiyah TV reported. An Interior Ministry spokesman said Ali Musa Salman, the general director of trade, and his driver had been killed by gunmen who took them by surprise as they were on their way from the Al-Iskan neighbourhood, northwest of the capital, to their workplace. A gunman opened indiscriminate fire in a neighbourhood in the western part of the capital killing one person and wounding 10 in various parts of their bodies. An Interior Ministry spokesman said a sniper in a civilian vehicle opened fire on passers-by in Al-Ghazaliyah neighbourhood. The identity or the motives of the perpetrator were not known. (Al-Sharqiyah, Baghdad , in Arabic 22 May 05)

Blast targeting US, Iraqi forces kills civilian west of Kirkuk

An explosive device went off on 22 May in the Al-Zaba sub-district, 90 km west of Kirkuk , killing an Iraqi civilian and wounding another, Iraqi Al-Sharqiyah TV reported the same day. The TV quoted Kirkuk police sources as saying the device had gone off after a joint US-Iraqi patrolling convoy drove by. The blast set on fire a civilian vehicle with local farmers on board, killing its driver and seriously wounding a passenger. The police said the US and Iraqi forces had closed off the roads leading to the scene of the accident, and set up checkpoints to find the perpetrators, the television added. (Al-Sharqiyah, Baghdad , in Arabic 22 May 05)

Iraqi forces arrest at least 50 in Samarra college raid

Security forces detained over 50 people and stormed the education faculty campus in Samarra in search of those behind the detonation of the explosive device in the centre of the city, Iraqi Al-Sharqiyah TV reported on 22 May. The TV quoted a police source as saying that the device went off when a security forces' patrol was passing in the morning near the education faculty, killing a civilian and a patrol member, and wounding three others. Eyewitnesses said that the forces had arrested over 50 shop owners and residents on the periphery of the explosion and stormed the education faculty. Dr Abd-al-Majid, the science assistant at the faculty, said that the invaders smashed private vehicles' windows inside the campus, confiscated licensed weapons of faculty guards, and beat a number of boarding students, opening fire there and in the Arabic department, and destroying the doors and windows. He said the faculty students went on strike to protest the attack. (Al-Sharqiyah, Baghdad , in Arabic 22 May 05)

Former PM calls for independent inquiry into rising violence

The Iraqi List warned of the danger of the critical stage Iraq is experiencing, which clearly threatens the future of the people and the entire region, Iraqi Al-Sharqiyah TV reported on 22 May. Dr Iyad Allawi, head of the list, said the mission in Iraq is difficult and dangerous. In a statement concerning the latest incidents, he emphasized that facing the enemies inside and abroad requires rising to the level of the confrontation, starting with the principle of commitment to our noble people and their future. The former prime minister called for forming an independent and honest investigation committee to inspect the claims of senior bodies on the rise of acts of violence during the past few days, the targeting of mosques' imams, and violating their sanctity. He stressed that the committee's findings must be presented to the judicial authorities to save the people and the country from imminent dangers, since the consequences of the situation are on the rise as those he described as terrorists and murderers of the people persist in their poisoned attempts to harm Iraq . (Al-Sharqiyah, Baghdad , in Arabic 22 May 05)

Iraqi Sunni official welcomes Shi'i cleric Al-Sadr mediation efforts

Shaykh Abd-al-Salam al-Kubaysi, official in charge of external relations at the Sunni Association of Muslim Scholars [AMS], said AMS welcomes Shi'i cleric Al-Sayyid Muqtada al-Sadr's mediation and is willing to hold dialogue with the Badr Organization, affiliated with the Supreme Council for the Islamic Revolution in Iraq , SCIRI, in order to diffuse tension and all pending problems. He said that during the meeting they discussed all that preserves the unity of Iraq and Muslims. Al-Kubaysi said: "Al-Sayyid Muqtada al-Sadr's stances are always considered a suitable remedy. Therefore, it represents for us a clear message that loyalty to Iraq must be the common denominator for Iraqis. This is the message Al-Sayyid Muqtada al-Sadr sent, therefore it is a remedial message for what might have taken place after the announcement of the truth in terms of what the Badr Corps carried out against the association and its members. We believe that this matter could reach a dispute because it is considered a new injury in terms of what took place after the new government assumed power. It is now responsible for the Wolf Brigade, the National Guard and the commandos. As the acts of killing targeting us increased, we had to address a message, which is considered advice more than grievance. We cannot say when we try Saddam Husayn that we are trying him based on what he did and did not do. However, it is because he was responsible for all that took place during his reign. Therefore, now as the government is represented by the [United Iraqi] Alliance , they are responsible for anything that takes place whether it is an individual in the SCIRI or the prime minister." He went on to say: "I do not believe the matter will reach the level of a dispute that would lead to a battle; however the matter is that the association issued advice for them to stop their actions. We will not take a step back in our meetings with any brother from any Iraqi spectrum. The matter is not that of an atmosphere of tension or calm. It is an injury that must be treated. Al-Sayyid Muqtada al-Sadr was at the forefront in providing a remedy. We presented an honour-document consisting of several points, which the delegation took to present to the others." (Al-Sharqiyah, Baghdad , in Arabic 22 May 05)

 

IRAQI PRESS HEADLINES, 22 May 05

Al-Bayyinah [ Baghdad , weekly r published by the Hezbollah Movement in Iraq ]:

  • Al-Ja'fari turns down Rice's proposal for a deal to have Saddam pardoned in return for Ba'thists laying down their arms
  • Allawi in Damascus to regroup stray Ba'th remnants, with 800m dollars to fund reactivation of military bureau
  • Interior minister refuses to meet Iranian ambassador, rejects Badr's request to have certain military candidates appointed
  • Al-Dhari allying with Zionists in Doha while defending
  • Palestinians in Iraq Sadr movement vows to track down terrorists
  • Al-Sari warns Iraqis not to be drawn towards civil war.

Al-Furat [ Baghdad , independent political daily newspaper]:

  • No sectarianism in Iraq
  • Al-Sadr mediating between Badr and Association of Muslim Scholars
  • Openly interfering in Iraqi political process,
  • US reminds government of red lines set for it Al-Furat reporter wounded by Iraqi military fire
  • Seven policemen martyred in Bayji, five dead bodies found south and north of Baghdad
  • Iraqi family run over by US truck in Kirkuk
  • 150 citizens detained by Iraqi army during Friday prayer in Shijiriyah
  • Interior minister orders halt to raiding mosques, private homes
  • [US Deputy Secretary of State Robert] Zoellick in Baghdad , Washington wants genuine reconciliation
  • Two Iraqi soldiers martyred in Baghdad car bombing.

Al-Dustur [ Baghdad , independent daily newspaper]:

  • De-Ba'thification commission disbanded after failing to win vote of confidence in parliament
  • Interior minister: To combat terrorism, we would not hesitate to cooperate with the devil himself if we had to (Agencies quoted)
  • Kubbah: Terrorist not coming in from Iran , but from Arab states (Agencies quoted)
  • Sunni bloc announced to take part in political process (Agencies quoted)
  • Ninawa deputy governor says 100 terrorists holed up in Talla'far Al-Ja'fari intends to visit Syria to secure border control (Agencies quoted)
  • Al-Hakim, Barzani, Al-Sadr call for solidarity, denounce sectarian divisions (Agencie quoted)
  • Inflation rate might drop to 20%, says Al-Shibibi (Agencies quoted).

Al-Mada [ Baghdad , independent daily]:

  • Sayyid Muqtada al-Sadr's initiative welcomed, intensive efforts being deployed to contain sectarian crisis
  • Abu-Ghurayb prison comes under rocket attack, arms cache discovered in Thi-Qar
  • Condemning all forms of sectarianism, racism, Sunni general conference sees necessity of participation in political process
  • Three killed, five bodies found in Al-Latifiyah
  • Al-Ja'fari continues visit to Ankara , asks Syria to end infiltration, as Zibari warns: We will be forced to take measures that will please no one (AFP quoted)
  • Japanese military camp comes under attack (KUNA quoted)
  • Three parliamentarians ask Talabani, Al-Ja'fari for solution to Talla'far problem International banks cautiously testing the waters in Iraq (Reuters quoted).

Al-Mu'tamar [ Baghdad , daily, published by the Iraqi National Congress]:

  • Iraqi citizens: Liquidation campaign spurred by tribal feuds, not early indication of civil war (Al-Hayat quoted)
  • De-Ba'thification committee disbands itself, declares formation of new committee
  • Comprehensive security plan to crack down on terrorist hotbeds to be implemented soon
  • Bush says withdrawal of US troops up to field commanders to decide, Iraqi military, police forces in need of further training (Sawa Radio quoted)
  • Consenting to Iranian request, Baghdad to have Saddam tried for waging war against Iran (Al-Rafidain quoted).

Al-Zaman [ Baghdad edition of London-based independent daily newspaper]:

  • Allawi calls for independent inquiry into acts of violence
  • Iraqi lawmakers tell Al-Zaman Iran's demand for reparations contradicts its declared intention to let bygones be bygones
  • Six political blocs merging into single party in Tikrit
  • Fifteen suspects arrested in Baghdad , five wounded in rocket attack on Abu-Ghurayb prison
  • Attended by 1,000 Iraqi representatives, Sunni conference calls for closing ranks, discarding sectarianism
  • Rice says Syria not exempt from Middle East changes (AFP quoted).

Al-Siyadah [ Baghdad , daily newspaper]:

  • Message of fraternity, love among Iraqis stressed by second general convention of Iraqi Sunnis
  • Bombing victims entitled to social security payments
  • Imam al-Khalisi's University urges unity, repudiates attempts at stirring sectarian infighting
  • New pension system endorsed by Finance Ministry
  • Australia hints at possible troop withdrawal (Agencies quoted)
  • Health Ministry calls off deals with drug companies
  • Arab Medical Board decides to write off Iraq 's accumulated debts.

 

IRAQI PRESS QOUTES, 22 May 05

“Al-Dhari's absolute silence …” - Al-Bayyinah

Al-Bayyinah [From editorial]:

"There is no question that [head of Association of Muslim Scholars] Al-Dhari's absolute silence about the atrocities committed by the Saddam loyalists, Wahabis and excommunication-minded Islamists over the past two years is more than enough to indict him, especially as he has announced more than once that he and his Association of Muslim Scholars are in a position to order an end to the bloodletting provided that Iraqis agree to reconcile with the Ba'thists, restore Saddam's lost prestige and accept Al-Dhari as their new helmsman. Yet, there is no turning back the clock; no changing the will of God."

"Iraqis, no choice but a peaceful dialogue”- Al-Furat

Al-Furat [From editorial]:

"Iraqis have no choice but to embrace tolerance and peaceful dialogue. They have no choice but to stop levelling accusations at one another, refrain from nurturing old suspicions and discard any sort of prejudice that might prove detrimental to the consolidation of national unity and the promotion of a solid sense of national identity. I am optimistic that we have enough wise people in this country to see to it that this is done."

"Iraqi journalism, is completely dominated by chaos”- Al-Dustur

Al-Dustur [From editorial]:

"Iraqi journalism, like any other institution in Iraq today, is completely dominated by chaos and Iraqi journalists are working against incredibly difficult odds without being assured of any measure of immunity that would protect them against the grudge-bearing bullies they may antagonize for one reason or another."

 

IRAQI BROADCAST MEDIA HEADLINES, 22 May 05

Al-Sharqiyah TV news 22 May 05

  • Delegation representing Shi'i cleric Muqtada al-Sadr discuss with secretary-general of the Association of Muslim Scholars issues related to cooling-off and removing tension between the association and Badr Organization affiliated with the Supreme Council for the Islamic Revolution; Video shows delegation member Abd-al-Hadi al-Darraji speaking to reporters
  • Shaykh Abd-al-Salam al-Kubaysi, official in charge of external relations at the Association of Muslim Scholars, says the association welcomes Shi'i cleric Muqtada al-Sadr's mediation; Video shows Al-Kubaysi speaking to reporters
  • Iraqi List headed by former Iraqi Prime Minister Iyad Allawi warns against the seriousness of the critical phase Iraq is undergoing, calls for forming independent investigation committees into claims of concerned sides on targeting mosque imams; Still of Allawi
  • Iraqi government calls on Sunni Arabs' leaders to clarify their position on targeting of police and security elements in Iraq ; Still of Layth Kubbah, government spokesman
  • Romanian sources say three Romanian journalists, their interpreter held in Iraq released today; Video shows interviews with unidentified persons
  • Four civilians killed, seven wounded in exchange of fire between US Army exchanges and gunmen in Al-Qa'im; No video
  • National Assembly discussed today hot issues, including stirring up sectarian sedition; Report over video showing assembly in session
  • US and Iraqi troops impose cordon on Abu-Ghurayb, west of Baghdad, to hunt down wanted accused of involvement in carrying out attacks in this area; Map of Iraq
  • US official attributes slowdown of reconstruction in Iraq to acts of violence; Video shows scene of attacks, masked gunmen
  • Unidentified gunmen kill senior official in Ministry of Trade and his driver in Al-Iskan district, north-western Baghdad; gunman kills person, injures ten in Al-Ghazaliyah district, western Baghdad; No video
  • Iraqi official in the Oil Ministry says oil exports from north Iraq are expected to hit 400 thousands barrels a day over the coming days; Video shows oil pipelines on fire
  • Joint US-Iraqi force kill five gunmen, injured 11 wounded, arrest 61, seize big quantities of weapons and ammunition this morning in hunt down campaigns in Al-Mahmudiyah and Al-Yusufiyah towns, south of Baghdad; Map of Iraq
  • Iraqi tribal chiefs of Al-Mahmudiyah call in their third conference held on Iraqi government to help secure the route linking the capital to southern governorates; Report over video showing conference in session, interview with participants
  • Anti-riot force detain more than 50 people, stormed Faculty of Education in Samara, north of Baghdad, to arrest perpetrators of a bomb blast in the centre of the city; Map of Iraq
  • US helicopter made emergency landing early today in southern Samara; No video
  • Akram al-Hakim, National Assembly member from the Shi'i United Alliance List, describes formation of a Sunni bloc as a positive step; Video shows interview with Al-Hakim
  • Civilian killed, another wounded in bomb blast in western Kirkuk , civilian vehicle burnt; No video
  • French foreign minister describes situation in Iraq as extremely difficult, says his government tries to secure release of French female journalist held in Iraq and her interpreter; Still of French journalist held in Iraq ...

Al-Iraqiyah TV news 22 May 05

  • Cabinet spokesman Laith Kubbah says new security measures to be taken. Video report covers his presser, comments on Prime Minister Ibrahim al-Ja'fari Turkey visit, new law for foreigners residence, comments by Minister of Justice Abd-al-Husary Shandal ... Terror suspects arrested, weapons cache found in Abu-Ghurayb. Video report covers security raid, comments by commander of Al-Zi'b brigade
  • Iraqi court sentences three terrorists to death in Wasit; two Syrian sentenced to life in prison
  • Romanian journalists freed
  • Meeting held between members of Association of Muslim Scholars and Badr brigades ... Diala pays tribute to policeman killed in suicide bombing
  • Studio interview with Adil al-Khayar, academic. He says Iraq has no history of sectarian divisions
  • Ministry of Trade official killed in Baghdad
  • Car bomb injures two policemen in Tikrit
  • Sabai Mandaiyn celebrate feast of Golden baptism in Baghdad
  • Report on same celebrations in Maisan
  • Iraqis puzzled by Saddam lawyers taking legal action against The Sun. Video report highlights reaction of Iraqis, unhappiness with stance of defence lawyers
  • Artists mark anniversary of Ja'far al-Sa'adi
  • Terror suspect dies in custody in Cairo
  • Senior members of Muslim Brothers held in Egypt
  • Israel army seeks delay in Gaza withdrawal
  • Germany Social Democrats head for poll defeat
  • Cuban opposition meets in Havana
  • Business bulletin. Report on ongoing work to clear Al-Ahwar rivers. Report on booming fishing industry in Maisan. Rate of Iraq inflation may go down this year--Central Bank President. Fuel-smugglers held by army in Basra
  • Al-Ja'fari meets leaders of Supreme Council for the Islamic Revolution in Iraq

 

UPDATES FROM THE KURDISH PERSS, 22 May 2005

Hawal, weekly newspaper issued in Kirkuk by Hawal Foundation for Pres

  • KDP-PUK disputes over narrow-range advantages impede the Kirkuk governorate’s new municipal council from convening and formation of a new administration.
  • The courts in Kirkuk release arrested terrorists.
  • Iraqi Sunnis make deals with Israel , an Israeli newspaper reported. With Qatari mediation, Harith al-Dhari of the Sunni Muslim Cleric Body met with Israeli officials in a hotel in Qatar and offered the groups’ readiness to abandon calls for US withdrawal from Iraq in addition to allowing import of Israeli goods into Iraq if they guarantee access of Sunnis to largest number of great positions, even with frauds.
  • Seven trade unions for teachers, health workers, technicians, economists, civil servants, engineers and agro-technicians demanded Kurdistan parliament to convene its inaugural meeting as soon as possible, and broadcast all the meetings alive to stop making decisions concerning to all people behind closed doors. The open letter gave a 10-day ultimatum before “taking up other measures!” In related news, 60 lawyers from Sulaymanya signed a joint open letter addressed to KDP and PUK politburos demanding them to stop marginalizing the parliament that people vote for. The letter is open for more signatures.

Xebat, daily newspaper issued in Erbil by the KDP

addressed a joint open letter to

  • The federal Iraqi PM visited in Ankara the victims of Erbil ’s suicide bombing.
  • Iraqi Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebai warns neighbouring countries that his country was able to repulse countries who export terrorism into Iraq . After meeting with King Abdulla of Jordan , Zebari said in a press conference he had told the king that the terrorists were coming into Iraq from the gulf countries through Jordan then Syria . The minister warned that Iraq had enough. “We will not keep silent any more. We exhausted all diplomatic efforts with those countries,” he said angrily.
  • Worship continues normally in the mosques throughout Kurdistan , where Sunni majority prevails, despite Friday calls by Arab Sunni groups to quit mosques in protest to US and Iraqi police raid on their mosques in central and southern Iraq .

Kurdistani Nwe, daily newspaper issued in Sulaymanya by the PUK

  • The PUK politburo meeting on Kurdistan Region presidency ended last night with the unanimous adoption of a draft project to be submitted to the KDP soon for discussion, an informative source announced. The source expected the two parties to meet in a near future in the presence of their respective leaders Massoud Barzani and Jalal Talabani to settle the presidency deadlock.
  • The Iraqi judicial system will determine how to deal with Saddam, Iraqi Planning Minister Barham Salih said in Washington DC after his meeting with the US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice. In a joint press conference with Rice, Salih said the new Iraq wanted to live in peace with the neighbouring countries. We should feel happy tat some of the neighboring countries fulfill their promises while others needed to do better [to control terrorism traffic into Iraq through the border], Salih added. Rice said that her country was extremely concerned for the Syrian support to terrorists. It is time for Syria to realize this and act accordingly, she warned.
  • Iraq ’s high delegation headed by PM Jaafari ended Turkey visit on Saturday after a series of meetings with the Host prime minister, acting president and other senior officials. In a press conference wit his Turkish counterpart, Jaafari said that an Iraqi delegation would visit Syria soon for discussion on security matters.
  • Iraq is ready to cooperate with devil to eradicate terrorism, Interior Minister Bayan Jabr said in a press conference in Baghdad on Saturday.
  • The permanent constitution will be based on the Transitional Administrative Law (TAL) that serves as a temporary constitution for the country, parliament Speaker Hajim Al-Hassani said during his participation in the world economic forum held in Jordan ’s Dead See. He also referred to continuous efforts at home to allow a greater participation of the Sunni Arabs in the constitution drafting committee.
  • Three Kurdish schoolgirls from Sulaymanya attain the first and third rank awards in the international Mathematics Olympics held in Kazakhstan for 55 brilliant students from 20 countries.
  • More than 15,000 Kurds in Syria ’s Qamishlu staged a demonstration on Friday demanding the authorities to release Sheikh Maashuq Khaznawi and other prisoners of opinion immediately. The demonstration was co-organized by the Kurdish Independent Trend and the Kurdish Union Party in Syria .
  • The commander of the new Iraqi army in Kirkuk survived an assassination attempt Saturday afternoon. Two timed bombs exploded on Beji-Riyadh while the major general Anwar Hamad Amin was passing by in his convoy but no one was reported hurt.

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