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Jamal Khashoggi's Body Parts May Have Been Smuggled Out In Luggage, Says Turkish Official
News ImageThe dismembered body of journalist Jamal Khashoggi may have been transported
Mon, 19 Nov 2018 01:48:55 -0500
Argentina Finds Missing Sub One Year Later But Lacks Resources To Surface It
News ImageBUENOS AIRES, Argentina (AP) -- The Argentine government acknowledged on
Sat, 17 Nov 2018 12:52:05 -0500
Bucking McConnell, Sens. Graham And Paul Call For Vote On Criminal Justice Bill
News ImageSens. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) and Rand Paul (R-Ky.) often find themselves on
Sun, 18 Nov 2018 14:03:03 -0500
Nissan accuses chief Ghosn of misconduct, proposes firing him
News ImageAutomaker Nissan on Monday accused its chairman Carlos Ghosn of "significant acts of misconduct" including underreporting his salary and said it would move to fire him, as reports emerged he faced arrest in Tokyo. In a statement, Nissan said it had been conducting a probe into Ghosn for several months after receiving a whistleblower report and had uncovered misconduct going back several years. The statement came after local media reported that Ghosn was being questioned Monday night by prosecutors in Tokyo and was expected to be arrested on violation of financial regulations including misreporting his income.
Mon, 19 Nov 2018 05:43:19 -0500
Trump administration says no final conclusion on Khashoggi murder
News Image"Recent reports indicating that the U.S. government has made a final conclusion are inaccurate," State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert said in a statement. "There remain numerous unanswered questions with respect to the murder of Mr. Khashoggi." Nauert said the State Department will continue to seek facts and work with other countries to hold those involved in the journalist's killing accountable "while maintaining the important strategic relationship between the United States and Saudi Arabia." Trump, while flying to California on Saturday, discussed the CIA assessment by phone with the agency's director, Gina Haspel, and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders told reporters. The CIA had briefed other parts of the U.S. government, including Congress, on its assessment, sources told Reuters on Friday, a development that complicates Trump's efforts to preserve ties with the key U.S. ally.
Sat, 17 Nov 2018 15:55:42 -0500
Joe Biden Just Adopted An Adorable Shelter Dog
News ImageJoe Biden is welcoming a furry new member to his family.
Sat, 17 Nov 2018 12:59:51 -0500
Camp Fire death toll increases to 77; Survivors living in tents being moved to safer shelter
News ImageMore than a week after first igniting in Butte County, California, the news surrounding the most destructive and deadly wildfire in California history remains grim.
Sun, 18 Nov 2018 12:20:49 -0500
This six-mile 2005 Ford GT is a car collector's dream
News ImageThis brand-new unregistered 2005 Ford GT is still waiting for its first owner. These cars have appreciated significantly from their original $149,995 price when new
Sat, 17 Nov 2018 12:02:19 -0500
The Latest: Israeli PM Netanyahu takes over defense ministry
News ImageJERUSALEM (AP) The Latest on the political developments in Israel (all times local):
Sun, 18 Nov 2018 13:37:11 -0500
Trump Calls Report That Hes Questioning Pence Loyalty Phony
News ImageI cant imagine any President having a better or closer relationship with their Vice President, he said in a tweet Saturday. The New York Times report on Friday cited unidentified sources who said Trump was repeatedly asking aides and advisers about whether Pence was loyal. The New York Times did a phony story, as usual, about my relationship with @VP Mike Pence.
Sat, 17 Nov 2018 12:25:17 -0500
Florida Sues Walgreens, CVS, Alleging They Added To State's Opioid Crisis
News ImageFORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) -- Florida is suing the nation's two largest
Sun, 18 Nov 2018 13:55:32 -0500
Sotomayor To Kavanaugh: Welcome To The Supreme Court 'Family'
News ImageJustice Sonia Sotomayor has told CNN that Justice Brett Kavanaugh has been
Sun, 18 Nov 2018 21:47:03 -0500
Top Yemen rebel calls for halt to military operations
News ImageA high-ranking Yemeni rebel official urged his leadership Monday to freeze military operations and stop firing missiles into Saudi Arabia as the UN prepares for peace talks. Mohammed Ali al-Huthi, head of the Huthi insurgents' Higher Revolutionary Committee and an influential political figure, tweeted that he also wants his group to announce "readiness to suspend and halt all military operations".
Mon, 19 Nov 2018 02:54:32 -0500
Rouhani sees Iran, Iraq expanding trade despite U.S. sanctions
News ImageIran and Iraq could raise their annual bilateral trade to $20 billion from the current $12 billion, President Hassan Rouhani said on Saturday, despite concerns over the impact of renewed U.S. sanctions. Rouhani's remarks, after a meeting with visiting Iraqi President Barham Salih, came two weeks after the United States restored sanctions targeting Irans oil industry as well as its banking and transportation sectors. "... through bilateral efforts, we can raise this figure (for bilateral trade) to $20 billion in the near future," Rouhani said in comments broadcast live on state television.
Sat, 17 Nov 2018 11:12:58 -0500
Cab Drivers Refuse To Pick Up Racists After Philly Rally With Proud Boys
News ImageRacists in Philadelphia were apparently denied a quick escape Saturday after
Sat, 17 Nov 2018 18:41:13 -0500
Jonestown massacre: 40 years later
News ImageDrinking the Kool-Aid is a phrase bandied about regularly in corporate life, especially when someone wants to take a dig at people with a cult-like belief in a business philosophy or those fanatically chasing an idea that will end badly. November 18 marked the 40th anniversary of the mass murder-suicide of more than 900 people, most of them Americans who were members of a California-based cult called the Peoples Temple of the Disciples of Christ, run by the reverend Jim Jones. It became known as the Jonestown massacre.
Mon, 19 Nov 2018 07:26:45 -0500
Trump set to submit answers in Mueller investigation
News ImageThe president also says his acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker has the authority to limit the special counsel's investigation into Russian meddling. ABC News' Elizabeth Hur reports.
Mon, 19 Nov 2018 04:22:32 -0500
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Blesses New Push To Oust Incumbent Democrats In Primaries
News ImageIn a significant escalation of her activism-driven approach to politics,
Sun, 18 Nov 2018 11:52:34 -0500
Twitter Users Baffled By Trump's 'Great Climate' Promise During Wildfire Tour
News ImagePresident Donald Trump vowed to make the Earth's climate great again as he
Sun, 18 Nov 2018 09:42:35 -0500
Protest greets Apple's Champs Elysees launch
News ImageThe launch of an Apple store on the Champs Elysees in Paris was greeted Sunday by a protest against the US multinational's controversial fiscal practices. The group had staged a sit-in at Apple's flagship Paris store in December 2017, and in February a French court declined to approve a ban on such actions following a request by the US computer giant. "We have come to celebrate in our own way the inauguration of Apple's Champs Elysees store, to remind people that Apple is one of the biggest tax evaders in the world," Attac spokeswoman Aurelie Trouve told AFP at the protest, which featured a brass band.
Sun, 18 Nov 2018 12:00:10 -0500
Myths and mysteries about the Gettysburg Address
News ImageOn this day in 1863, Abraham Lincoln gave his Gettysburg Address, widely considered one of the greatest speeches in American history. But even today, there are still a few points about the speech that are misunderstood.
Mon, 19 Nov 2018 04:55:00 -0500
Kansas Governor Calls for County Official to Resign Following `Master Race` Comment
News ImageKansas Governor Jeff Colyer is calling for a Leavenworth County commissioner to resign after he told a black woman he belongs to a "master race."
Sun, 18 Nov 2018 11:46:09 -0500
Iraq's president meets Saudi king after visiting rival Iran
News ImageRIYADH, Saudi Arabia (AP) Saudi Arabia's King Salman received Iraq's president in Riyadh on Sunday, a day after the Iraqi official visited the kingdom's rival, Iran.
Sun, 18 Nov 2018 12:02:32 -0500
Andrew Gillum Concedes Florida Gubernatorial Race To Ron DeSantis
News ImageAndrew Gillum, the Democratic mayor of Tallahassee running for governor of
Sat, 17 Nov 2018 17:43:38 -0500
UK PM May sticks to Brexit deal as opponents seek formal challenge
News ImageBritish Prime Minister Theresa May vowed on Monday to stick to her draft European Union divorce deal as dissenting lawmakers in her own party tried to trigger a leadership challenge. Since striking a deal with the EU on Tuesday, May has faced the most perilous crisis of her premiership with several ministers resigning, including her Brexit minister. May has pledged to fight on, warning that toppling her risks delaying Britain's exit from the EU or leaving without a deal, a step that could thrust the world's fifth largest economy into the unknown.
Mon, 19 Nov 2018 09:03:29 -0500
What To Do About Your Racist AF Uncle At Thanksgiving
News Image"Ask A Dad" is a regular parenting column by author, speaker and dad Doyin
Mon, 19 Nov 2018 06:00:01 -0500
North Korea's Deadly Artillery Has the Potential to Affect Millions of South Korean Citizens
News ImageAbout that "ultramodern" weapon from last week: it could have been some fancy new artillery.
Sun, 18 Nov 2018 09:22:00 -0500
Mark Hamill Confirms Crazy Pitch He Once Made For Infamous 'Star Wars' Character
News ImageActor Mark Hamill, aka Luke Skywalker, confirmed an off-the-wall idea he had
Sun, 18 Nov 2018 18:34:44 -0500
Trump visits devastation of the deadly California wildfires
News ImagePresident Donald Trump arrived in Northern California on Saturday to see firsthand the grief and devastation from the deadliest U.S. wildfire in a century amid confusion over how many people remain unaccounted for.
Sat, 17 Nov 2018 15:18:16 -0500
New tech regulation 'inevitable,' Apple CEO says
News ImageIn an interview with news website Axios being broadcast Sunday on HBO television, Cook said he expected the US Congress would take up the matter. "Generally speaking, I am not a big fan of regulation," Cook said in an excerpt released by Axios. Cook has previously been a proponent of self-regulation, especially as concerns user data protection.
Mon, 19 Nov 2018 01:06:43 -0500
Google-Temasek study sees $240 billion Southeast Asia internet economy by 2025
News ImageSoutheast Asia's internet economy is expected to exceed $240 billion by 2025, a joint study by Google and Temasek Holdings showed, a fifth more than previously estimated, as more consumers use their smartphones to go online. The latest report released on Monday adds new sectors such as online food delivery, as well as subscription music and video on demand. It estimated that the gross merchandise value (GMV) of the region's internet economy has reached $72 billion in 2018, rising 37 percent from the year earlier.
Sun, 18 Nov 2018 23:07:58 -0500
Police called as Asia-Pacific summit tensions boil over in US-China trade spat
News ImageLeaders of Asia-Pacific nations failed to agree a joint communique after a summit for the first time on Sunday after police had to be called when trade tensions between the US and China boiled over in Papua New Guinea. Insiders said the sticking point was US demands to include reference to reforming the World Trade Organisation and unfair trade practices - which Beijing took as an unsubtledig. When Chinese diplomats turned up unannounced to persuade Papua New Guineas foreign minister to back their wording, things turned ugly. Rimbink Pato refused to meet them. Police were posted outside the ministers office after they tried to barge in, one source privy to summit negotiations told the AFP news agency, requesting anonymity. Instead of a leaders declaration backed by the 21 members of the the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (Apec), Peter O'Neill, prime minister of Papua New Guinea, said he would issue a chairmans statement. It marks the first time in Apecs 29-year history that its members have not been able to agree. Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (R) and the US Vice President Mike Pence arrive for a "family photo" Credit: Saeed Khan/AFP You know the two big giants in the room, Mr ONeill said diplomatically when asked which nations could not agree. East-West tensions were on display from the outset of the summit, with the two blocs manoeuvring for influence. Xi Jinping, the Chinese president, was feted by PNG officials when he arrived on Thursday to pitch his Belt and Road initiative to Pacific island nations. The programme offers investment in infrastructure to less developed countries. In response, Mike Pence, US vice president, warned smaller countries not to be seduced by Chinese money that comes with strings. The US and its allies, Japan, Australia and New Zealand, countered with a $1.7 billion (1.3 billion)plan to deliver reliable electricity and the internet to PNG. China came away with at least one success. A Tongan official said it had signed up to the initiative and had been given a five-year deferral on loan repayments, as Chinese officials insisted they did not add to the burden on small countries.
Sun, 18 Nov 2018 11:11:48 -0500
Gil Cisneros Wins House Seat, Capping Democratic Rout In California
News ImageLOS ANGELES (AP) -- Democrat Gil Cisneros captured a Republican-held U.S.
Sat, 17 Nov 2018 21:47:49 -0500
US-led coalition denies reports it killed dozens in Syria
News ImageBEIRUT (AP) The U.S.-led coalition denied reports that airstrikes it carried out in a part of eastern Syria held by the Islamic State group killed dozens of civilians, while opposition activists reported clashes Sunday between government forces and IS in nearby districts.
Sun, 18 Nov 2018 07:18:15 -0500
'The Walking Dead' Is Adding Even More Easter Eggs To New Opening Credits
News ImageWith the loss of Rick Grimes, the departure of Maggie (who's gone to stay with
Sun, 18 Nov 2018 22:15:13 -0500
Democrats Want to Change a 181-Year-Old Rule to Allow Religious Headwear in the House
News ImageIt comes as part of a promise to "restore inclusion and diversity" in the chamber
Sun, 18 Nov 2018 12:15:03 -0500
Walmart to buy 86 million pesos this year from Mexican products
Walmart to buy 86 million pesos this year from Mexican productsBy Ivan Santiago Mexico, Nov. 18 (Notimex).- At the end of this year, Walmart estimates to buy more than 86 million pesos in agricultural products from small producers in various states of the country, said Gisela Noble, director of the Walmart Mexico Foundation. These are people who are part of the My Little Producer program, which was launched in 2011 and seeks to develop the commercial capacities of small producers to generate marketing channels and increase their productivity. The producers that are selected have access to a comprehensive training and support program that promotes the economy of their regions and communities through the inclusion of their products in formal markets. "68 percent of the Mexican countryside is in the hands of small producers and, if we look at the country, poverty is concentrated in those regions, it is a dynamic that has to do with the small producer can not develop and can not connect with the markets, " said Noble. In an interview with Notimex, she pointed out that they have to sell to local markets or intermediaries that normally do not reflect a sufficient profit for their products, and that is how they end up losing their income and productivity every year. In addition, she added, they do not have access to financing, technology, do not know who buys or how to buy, so "we understood and established the assumption of what would happen if we had a bridge between the producers and the market". "The model that we design helps the producer to know how Walmart buys, we go with technicians to the field and this will help the small producer to work with the agricultural production, with the practices, with all the handling of the cut and the postharvest handling , then comes the whole part of the farmer as an entrepreneur, " she explained. The director of the Walmart Foundation added that the producers are also meeting with the buyers so that they begin to experience what it means to negotiate with the big companies. "The program's potential to generate regional development is impressive because a small producer can start producing and over time expand its production," she said. Gisela Noble pointed out that up to now they have more than 12 thousand small producers and 13 different products are grown in the 14 agricultural groups that are found throughout the country. "We can not be the only buyers, they have the freedom to sell us or not, despite being in the program, so we are also bringing them closer to other buyers, so that they learn to sell," she said. On the other hand, Noble said that each agricultural company is generating about 300 local jobs, for all the work associated with harvesting, cutting, logistics, separation that generates an important economic spill. NTX/ISM/EVG/BBF
Sun, 18 Nov 2018 17:30:29 -0500
Trump Tells Fox News He 'Didn't Know' About Matt Whitaker's Past Criticism Of Mueller Probe
News ImagePresident Donald Trump told Fox News he wasn't aware Matt Whitaker was a sharp
Sun, 18 Nov 2018 10:00:14 -0500
2019 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 2.7T Four-Cylinder Pair Together Surprisingly Well
News ImageChevy confronts the bigger-is-better truck world with an impressive turbo-four engine.
Mon, 19 Nov 2018 08:00:00 -0500
Trump calls CIA assessment of Khashoggi murder premature but possible
News ImageTrump, on a trip to California, said the killing "should never have happened." The report on Tuesday will explain who the U.S. government believes killed Khashoggi and what the overall impact of his murder is, Trump said. Trump also said the CIA finding that bin Salman was responsible for the killing was "possible." Trump made the remarks hours after the State Department said the government was still working on determining responsibility for the death of Khashoggi, a U.S.-based Washington Post columnist. "Recent reports indicating that the U.S. government has made a final conclusion are inaccurate," State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert said in a statement.
Sat, 17 Nov 2018 20:36:21 -0500
Netanyahu avoids Israeli snap polls for now
News ImageA key Israeli minister said Monday he will not quit Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's government for now despite sharp disagreements, handing the premier a victory and potentially ending a crisis that has threatened to provoke snap elections. The announcement by Education Minister Naftali Bennett was a dramatic climbdown from his Jewish Home party's earlier threat to leave the coalition if he was not named defence minister. Netanyahu has refused to give the high-profile post to Bennett, one of his main political rivals, despite the coalition crisis threatening to topple his government following a controversial Gaza ceasefire.
Mon, 19 Nov 2018 09:27:21 -0500
Bill Maher Trashes Fans Mourning Stan Lee And Adults Who Read Comics
News ImageComedian Bill Maher is getting the ire of the comic book world this weekend
Sat, 17 Nov 2018 21:25:31 -0500
Rohingya refugees say they would 'rather die' than be sent back to Burma, as repatriation plans are 'stalled until 2019'
News ImageRohingya refugees in Bangladesh said on Sunday that they would rather die than go back to Burma under current conditions, as it was revealed plans to repatriate them have been stalled until next year. We will not return without being given our rights as citizens, said Mohamad Saddiq Hossain, a local community leader in Kutupalong extension camp, we would rather die here than be taken back there. Mr Hossains feelings were shared by many of the camp's Rohingya residents, who have spent the past week fearing they could be forced back to the country that more than 720,000 were forced to flee in 2017 after a sweeping army crackdown in Rakhine state. Last Tuesday Bangladesh's government was due to send the first batch of 2,200 refugees back to Burma from the south of Bangladesh, but the process was stalled amid protests. Many of those on the list approved by the Burma government fled from their shelters and hid in other camps or in the forest. None of them agreed to return if their demands for justice, citizenship and the ability to go back to their original villages and lands were not met. Abul Kalam, Bangladesh's refugee relief and repatriation commissioner, told Reuters on Sunday that "a new course of action" needed to be adopted on repatriation that took into account refugees' demands. Hundreds of Rohingya refugees shout slogans as they protest against their repatriation at the Unchiprang camp Credit: MOHAMMAD PONIR HOSSAIN/REUTERS "I don't think anyone's agreeing to go back without these," he said. Rahin Ullah, a Rohingya refugee believed to be about 50 years old (he is unsure of his exact age) who fled Myanmar last August for the third time, said he wanted to go home but would not do so until there was an end to discrimination against his people. "We are here just to save our lives for the sake of our children, he said. [Burma] is my homeland, my father was born there, my grandfather was born there and, as far as I know, his father before him. Highlighting the still volatile conditions in Burma, four Rohingya were shot in a raid by immigration authorities on an internal displacement camp outside the city of Sittwee on Sunday. The 20 police officers who entered the camp were looking for men accused of people smuggling after a boat was stopped off the coast on Saturday with 106 Rohingya on board, believed to be on their way to Malaysia. With Bangladesh set to go to the polls on Dec. 30, any decision either to repatriate people, or relocate refugees from the crowded camps to Bangladesh's Bhasan Char island will not proceed until 2019, Mr Kalam said. Bangladesh has vowed not to force anyone to return. But the Rohingyas presence has become particularly contentious ahead of the elections. Many Bangladeshis feel their small, overpopulated country should not be bearing the burden of an extra million people in one of its poorest regions. Rohingya like Mr Hossain have little choice. Here in Bangladesh we have nothing, he says, but it is better than returning.
Sun, 18 Nov 2018 12:19:26 -0500
Stacey Abrams Says She'll Run For Office Again: 'Im Planning To Get Back Into The Ring'
News ImageTwo days after acknowledging her loss to Republican Brian Kemp in Georgia's
Sun, 18 Nov 2018 11:28:07 -0500
Top Huthi rebel calls for halt to attacks in Yemen
News ImageA high-ranking Huthi official has called for rebels to stop firing rockets and using attack drones in the conflict in Yemen, as a UN envoy prepares to travel to the country to prepare peace talks. Mohammed Ali al-Huthi, head of the Higher Revolutionary Committee and an influential political figure, tweeted that his group wants "all official Yemeni parties" to demand a ceasefire. Griffiths -- whose efforts at kick-starting peace talks collapsed in September -- said both the Saudi-backed government and the Huthi rebels have shown a "renewed commitment" to work on a political solution and have given "firm assurances" that they will attend the talks.
Sun, 18 Nov 2018 23:44:07 -0500
Watch Barack Obama surprise Michelle with flowers and tell his version of their love story
News ImageMichelle Obama's Becoming book tour has been quite the hit so far, but at Saturday night's Washington, D.C. stop a special guest brought the event to a whole other level. Michelle's husband, former president Barack Obama, strolled onstage with flowers in-hand to surprise his wife and the entire Capital One Arena audience. And since his former White House advisor Valerie Jarrett was moderating the conversation, he decided to stay and chat for a bit about the book and his love for his wife. View this post on Instagram Look who dropped by tonight! #IAmBecoming A post shared by Michelle Obama (@michelleobama) on Nov 17, 2018 at 8:40pm PST SEE ALSO: Watch Ellen DeGeneres pester Michelle Obama during her book signing Michelle shared a video of Barack casually sauntering onstage on her Instagram Story, which looked a little something like the one below. As was to be expected, members of the audience got their powerful scream on the moment Barack's feet touched the stage. Kelyn Soong, a writer and editor for the Washington City Paper , managed to capture the former president's entire entrance and discussion on camera, and shared it to YouTube for all to enjoy. At around 4:14, after Michelle discusses why it's so important to take the high road, Barack appears, comparing his entrance to "when Jay-Z comes out" at a Beyonc concert. LOL. He then gives the audience a little taste of "Crazy in Love" to keep the energy going. After things settled down a bit, Barack offered a bit of sass, which Michelle was rightfully not having, along with his version of Chapter 8 in Michelle's book. In Chapter 8 of Becoming, Michelle recalls how she remembers the two first meeting and falling in love. "It's true, I just kept on asking her out," Barack explained, admitting he even offered to quit his job so there wouldn't be any conflict of interest. "Here's the main point I want to make: During that summer, even while she was pushing off and trying to set me up with some of her friends who I was not interested in at all..." Barack said. "The thing that I remember during that summer as we became friends, was she was one of a kind." "I had that somebody who was that strong and that honest somebody who I just felt was a rock, somebody who I knew at that point I would always be able to count on, and someone who that if she were the mother of my children I knew my children would turn out extraordinary," he went on. And though, like all relationships, Barack and Michelle have had obstacles, he emphasized, "There's never been a point in which that core thing I saw ever wavered, where i was ever disappointed, or where I wasnt completely in awe of her talent and gifts." WATCH: The artists behind the striking Obama portraits
Sun, 18 Nov 2018 13:09:39 -0500
Butte County sheriff: 'Still trying to bring order to the chaos' caused by Camp Fire
News ImageSheriff Kory Honea of Butte County, Calif. is interviewed on "This Week" about the deadliest and most destructive wildfire in the state's history.
Sun, 18 Nov 2018 08:49:01 -0500
Democrats Are Planning To Target The Arms Sales Trump Loves
News ImageWASHINGTON Top Democrats are discussing how to use their upcoming control of
Sun, 18 Nov 2018 05:45:16 -0500
Two years after Philippines' pivot, Duterte still waiting on China dividend
News ImageDuterte left Beijing in 2016 with $24 billion of Chinese loans and investment pledges for his ambitious infrastructure overhaul, a few weeks after saying the Philippines was being treated like a dog by Washington and would be better off with China. When Xi Jinping visits the Philippines this week, Duterte will need the Chinese president to put his money where his mouth is and help Duterte justify his geopolitical concessions to a historic rival, according to Richard Heydarian, a Manila-based defense and security analyst. "Otherwise, we can definitely conclude that there's really nothing much in the rhetoric and the Philippines has been taken for a ride," Heydarian said.
Sun, 18 Nov 2018 18:03:58 -0500
23 of the Most Beautiful Streets in the World
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