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Baltimore lifts curfew imposed 6 days ago following riots sparked by death of man in custody
08:46 AM, 05.03.2015

BALTIMORE (AP) — Baltimore lifts curfew imposed 6 days ago following riots sparked by death of man in custody.

Congressmen to reconsider separate funding for Iraq factions
08:45 AM, 05.03.2015

BAGHDAD (AP) — A member of a visiting delegation of U.S. congressmen in Baghdad says a provision in the upcoming defense spending bill to separately arm Iraq's Kurds and Sunnis may be reconsidered.

Italy says 4,100 boat migrants rescued in ongoing weekend mission
08:42 AM, 05.03.2015

Migrant Offshore Aid Station founder Regina Catrambone of Italy watches as the MOAS ship MV Phoenix sails outside Valletta's Grand HarbourBy Steve Scherer ROME (Reuters) - Nearly 4,100 migrants were rescued from boats near the coast of Libya on Saturday and Sunday and rescue operations continued as people smugglers took advantage of calm seas, Italy's coast guard and navy said. All of those rescued were being brought to Italian shores, with some already arriving at Lampedusa, Italy's southernmost island, and Trapani, Sicily. The smugglers make an average of 80,000 euros ($90,000) from each boatload, according to an ongoing investigation by an Italian court. Mild spring weather and calm summer seas are expected to push total arrivals in Italy for 2015 to 200,000, an increase of 30,000 over last year, according to an Interior Ministry projection.

Angola: Opposition, police dispute fatalities in raid
08:40 AM, 05.03.2015

JOHANNESBURG (AP) — Angolan police and opposition politicians are at odds over the exact number of people killed in a raid on a religious sect that believes the world will end in 2015.

Heavy clashes in Aden airport, alliance accused of cluster bomb use
08:40 AM, 05.03.2015

Southern Popular Resistance fighter fires a weapon mounted on a truck during clashes with Houthi fighters in Yemen's southern city of AdenBy Mohammed Mukhashef ADEN (Reuters) - Local fighters battling the rebel Houthi militia in Yemen's port of Aden stormed areas around the airport on Sunday in an operation supervised by the Saudi-led coalition, which also provided air support, the group's spokesman said. "Special forces from the southern fighters have been prepared and trained for an operation to attack Aden airport," said Ali al-Ahmadi, spokesman for the Southern Popular Resistance. Ahmadi retracted an earlier statement that 40-50 coalition special forces fighters had deployed alongside his militia and Saudi Arabia denied that a major ground operation was under way or that it had put non-Yemeni forces on the ground in Aden. ANTI-HOUTHI HOTBED Aden, a hotbed of anti-Houthi sentiment, has been a flashpoint since the war began on March 26, when the coalition began attacking Houthi forces opposed to Saudi-backed Hadi, who was based in Aden for several weeks before fleeing to Riyadh.

Baltimore relieved by charges, weary of curfew
08:33 AM, 05.03.2015

Protesters march through Baltimore on Saturday, May 2, 2015, the day after charges were announced against the police officers involved in Freddie Gray's death. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)BALTIMORE (AP) — Officials in Baltimore are trying to determine when to lift a curfew imposed after street protests in the aftermath of the death of a man in police custody.

McIlroy moves to semifinals of Match Play
08:33 AM, 05.03.2015

Rory McIlroy, of Northern Ireland, follows his shot on the fourth fairway during the Match Play Championship golf tournament Saturday, May 2, 2015, at TCP Harding Park in San Francisco. (AP Photo/Ben Margot)SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Rory McIlroy advanced to the semifinals of the Match Play Championship in a match against Paul Casey that went 22 holes in two days.

Italy: At least 10 migrants found dead in sea off Libya
08:31 AM, 05.03.2015

Migrants arrive at the Lampedusa island harbor early Sunday, May 3, 2015. Ships rescued 3,690 migrants in just one day from smugglers' boats on the Mediterranean Sea off the Libyan coast, the Italian Coast Guard said Sunday. The agency said 17 different rescue operations were carried out Saturday after smugglers took advantage of calm seas and warm weather to move the migrants out of Africa on motorized rubber dinghies and fishing boats. (AP Photo/Mauro Buccarello)ROME (AP) — Italian Coast Guard and commercial vessels came to the rescue of at least 16 boats of migrants Sunday, saving hundreds of them and recovering 10 bodies off Libya's coast, as smugglers took advantage of calm seas to send packed vessels across the Mediterranean.

Nepal shuts airport to big jets; more bodies found
08:25 AM, 05.03.2015

A Nepalese truck with a Red Cross flag drives through the streets of Kathmandu, Nepal, Sunday, May 3, 2015. With monsoon rains expected in a few weeks, Nepal has pleaded with donors to send tents and temporary shelters for earthquake victims who have been living in the open for more than a week, with their homes damaged by the April 25 quake. (AP Photo/Bernat Amangue)KATHMANDU, Nepal (AP) — Runway damage forced Nepalese authorities to close the main airport Sunday to large aircraft delivering aid to millions of people following the massive earthquake, but U.N. officials said the overall logistics situation was improving.

McIlroy beats Casey at World Match Play
08:23 AM, 05.03.2015

Rory McIlroy (right) shakes hands with Paul Casey after winning their World Match Play quarter final on May 3, 2015 in San FranciscoSan Francisco (AFP) - World number one Rory McIlroy needed just one extra hole to see off Paul Casey when the pair resumed their quarter-final in the $9.25 million WGC-Championship Match Play in San Francisco on Sunday.

101-year-old rescued after Nepal quake as fears grow in rural areas
08:23 AM, 05.03.2015

Nepalese police clear debris from Dunbar Square in Kathmandu, on May 3, 2015Rescuers have pulled a 101-year-old man alive from his ruined home a week after Nepal's earthquake claimed at least 7,200 lives, as the government warned Sunday the death toll will climb "much higher". His condition is stable," local police officer Arun Kumar Singh told AFP from Nuwakot district, around 80 kilometres (50 miles) northwest of Kathmandu. Finance Minister Ram Sharan Mahat said the death toll was likely to jump once relief teams reached mountain villages flattened in the worst quake to hit the nation in more than 80 years. - Deadly avalanche - The 7.8-magnitude quake wreaked a trail of death and destruction, reducing much of the capital Kathmandu to rubble and triggering a deadly avalanche on Mount Everest.

No major ground force in Yemen's Aden: coalition
08:19 AM, 05.03.2015

Smoke billows on the horizon as supporters of exiled Yemeni President Abedrabbo Mansour Hadi block a road in al-Mansura, east of Aden, on April 29, 2015The Saudi-led coalition battling rebels in Yemen denied a major ground force had landed Sunday after reports of the deployment of troops in main southern city Aden. "I can assure you that no (coalition) forces disembarked on the ground in Aden today," coalition spokesman Brigadier General Ahmed Assiri told the Saudi Al-Ekhbariya news channel. "The coalition leadership will not spare any effort to support the resistance and achieve positive results on the ground," Assiri said.

South Africa's Eskom to implement power cuts on Sunday
08:13 AM, 05.03.2015

Shopkeeper waits for customers in his candlelit fast food store during a load shedding electricity blackout in Cape TownJOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - South Africa's power utility Eskom said it would cut 1,000 megawatts from the grid on Sunday due to a shortage of generating capacity. The troubled state-owned utility said on its Twitter page that "several generating units are currently out of service due to maintenance". The controlled power cuts would go from 1500 GMT to 2000 GMT.

NYPD officer shooting suspect faces attempted murder charge
08:12 AM, 05.03.2015

NEW YORK (AP) — A man accused of shooting a New York City police officer in the head will be arraigned Sunday on charges including two counts of attempted murder of a police officer, officials said.

Togo court confirms President Gnassingbe won April 25 election
08:11 AM, 05.03.2015

Incumbent presidential candidate Faure Gnassingbe casts his ballot in LomeTogo's constitutional court on Sunday confirmed that Faure Gnassingbe won a third term as president with 58.77 percent of the vote in an election held on April 25, defeating opposition leader Jean-Pierre Fabre. The victory in the largely peaceful election will extend the family's rule to more than half a century because Gnassingbe has been president since 2005 when his father died after 38 years in charge of the west African nation. With the confirmation, Gnassingbe can be sworn in on Monday.

Israel's Jewish Ethiopian minority rallies against racism
08:09 AM, 05.03.2015

JERUSALEM (AP) — Several thousand people, mostly from Israel's Jewish Ethiopian minority, are protesting in Tel Aviv against racism and police brutality.

Madagascar leader ends house arrest of ex-president
08:06 AM, 05.03.2015

Former Madagascar leader Ravalomanana speaks to journalists at the O.R Tambo airport in JohannesburgMadagascar leader Hery Rajaonarimampianina said he would end the house arrest of former president Marc Ravalomanana as part of a peace process on the Indian Ocean island. The president made the announcement late on Saturday after a national reconciliation meeting organised by Madagascar's Christian churches, saying he "agreed to repeal" Ravalomanana's detention. Ravalomanana was arrested in October last year, days after returning to the country for the first time since he was deposed in a 2009 coup.

AP NewsAlert
08:02 AM, 05.03.2015

ROME (AP) — Italy's Coast Guard: at least 10 migrants found dead in sea off Libya.

Kerry in Kenya to offer help against militants: officials
08:01 AM, 05.03.2015

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry departs for Kenya in ColomboBy Lesley Wroughton NAIROBI (Reuters) - U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry arrived in Kenya on Sunday to offer help in countering Somali al Shabaab militants who have staged deadly attacks there and elsewhere in East Africa. Kerry will also address Kenya's human rights in meetings with President Uhuru Kenyatta and other government officials as well as discussing the troubled peace process in South Sudan and violence in Burundi, a U.S. official said. Kerry's visit followed the killing of 148 people by al Shabaab militants in an attack on the university at Garissa, northern Kenya, on April 2. Washington is particularly worried about the security situation in Kenya's neighbour Somalia, where a fragile government backed by Western powers and African peacekeepers is struggling to contain al Shabab, which is allied to al Qaeda.

Three migrants dead after boat sinks off Egypt's coast
07:58 AM, 05.03.2015

Three people died when a boat carrying migrants to Europe sunk on Saturday off of Egypt's coast, security sources and state media in Egypt said. The deaths of as many as 700 people attempting a similar trip from Libya last month brought renewed international focus to the plight of migrants, thousands of whom attempt the dangerous trip across the Mediterranean Sea every year to seek a better life in Europe. In addition to the three who died at sea on Saturday, 31 other migrants were rescued by Egyptian authorities and subsequently arrested, including 13 Syrians, 15 Sudanese, two Eritreans and one Egyptian, the state-run Al Ahram newspaper said on its website. The migrants were attempting to reach Greece from the town of Idku, 40 kilometres (25 miles) east of Alexandria, Egyptian security sources said.

Officials: Arab coalition 'reconnaissance' troops in Yemen
07:57 AM, 05.03.2015

Map locates Aden, Yemen; 2c x 3 1/4 inches; 96.3 mm x 82 mm;SANAA, Yemen (AP) — At least 20 troops from a Saudi-led Arab coalition, including Yemeni expatriates in shorts, landed Sunday in Yemen's southern coastal city of Aden on a "reconnaissance" mission amid a fierce offensive by Shiite rebels and their allies there, Yemeni military officials said.

William and Kate back home with Britain's new princess
07:55 AM, 05.03.2015

Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge show their newly-born daughter to the mediaPrince William and his wife Kate showed off their new baby daughter to close relatives on Sunday as Britain eagerly awaited the name of the new royal princess. Kate's mother Carole Middleton and her sister Pippa were the first to arrive at the couple's Kensington Palace apartment in central London followed by William's father Prince Charles and his wife Camilla.

Nigeria: Freed women and girls get food, medical care
07:52 AM, 05.03.2015

A girl rescued by Nigerian soldiers from Boko Haram extremists at Sambisa Forest lines up with others for food upon their arrival at a refugee camp in Yola, Nigeria Saturday, May 2, 2015. They were among a group of 275 people rescued from the Islamic extremists, the first to arrive at the refugee camp Saturday after a three-day journey to safety. The Nigerian military said it has rescued more than 677 girls and women and destroyed more than a dozen insurgent camps in the past week. (AP Photo/Sunday Alamba)YOLA, Nigeria (AP) — Hundreds of girls and women, many bewildered and traumatized, are being registered, fed and given medical care in their first day out of Nigeria's war zone.

Lorenzo celebrates birthday early with MotoGP win
07:45 AM, 05.03.2015

Jorge Lorenzo celebrates on the podium after winning the Spanish MotoGP in Jerez de la Frontera on May 3, 2015Jorge Lorenzo celebrated being kept on by Yamaha for next season by winning the Spanish MotoGP at Jerez on Sunday in commanding style to also give himself a special present on the eve of his 28th birthday. The two-time world champion, winning his first MotoGP since the Japanese one last year, came home well clear of world champion Marc Marquez on a Honda delivering a perfect result for former Spanish King Juan Carlos, who was watching from the stands along with 120,000 other spectators. Marquez, who rode here despite a broken pinky finger on his left hand, held off Italian legend and series leader Valentino Rossi, who had the consolation of becoming the first rider to achieve the 200 podium mark -- 15-time world champion and fellow Italian Giacomo Agostini, who was watching from the pits, is next best with 159. Rossi retains the lead in the overall standings, he has 82 points after four races, a 15 point lead over Andrea Dovizioso with Lorenzo and Marquez 20 and 26 points adrift respectively of him.

Merkel in anti-Semitism warning as marks Nazi camp's liberation
07:43 AM, 05.03.2015

Bavarian leader Horst Seehofer (left), German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Holocaust survivor Max Mannheimer wait for the start of a ceremony to mark 70 years since the Nazi camp of Dachau was liberated by US forces, during a ceremony on May 3, 2015German Chancellor Angela Merkel warned Sunday that society must "never close its eyes" to anti-Semitism as she joined Holocaust survivors to mark 70 years since the liberation of the former Nazi concentration camp at Dachau. After laying a wreath with a former French deportee, Merkel thanked ageing survivors of the death camp who had travelled to Dachau, northwest of Munich, for sharing their life stories, saying she was "greatly moved" so many had made the journey. American forces liberated the Dachau camp on April 29, 1945 and discovered on arrival the unspeakable horror that had led to the death of around 43,000 people from starvation or disease. Similar 70th anniversary commemorations have taken place at other former camps this year, beginning in January with Auschwitz in what was Nazi-occupied Poland, but Dachau is the only one Merkel has attended.

Should Britain stay in the EU? Question hovers in election
07:43 AM, 05.03.2015

British Prime Minister and leader of the Conservative Party David Cameron, center, speaks with people at a cafe in Cheadle, near Manchester, northwest England, Saturday, May 2, 2015. Britain's most unpredictable general election in decades is Thursday, May 7, with polls showing the two biggest parties — Labour and the Conservatives —running in a virtual dead heat. (Oli Scarff/Pool via AP)LONDON (AP) — Ian Robinson, co-owner of a small investment firm in London, is watching Britain's general election this Thursday with unease.

Hundreds of rescued Nigerian women and children arrive at refugee camp
07:42 AM, 05.03.2015

A mother and her children rescued from Boko Haram in Sambisa forest rest in the domitory at the Malkohi camp for Internally Displaced People in YolaHundreds of traumatised Nigerian women and children rescued from Boko Haram Islamists have been released into the care of authorities at a refugee camp in the eastern town of Yola, an army spokesman said. The 275 women and children, some of whom had bandaged heads and arms, arrived in the camp ran by the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) on Saturday night after days on the road travelling in pick-up trucks. Nearly 700 kidnap victims have been freed from Boko Haram's stronghold in the northeastern Sambisa Forest since Tuesday, with the latest group of 234 women and children liberated on Friday. "We don't have the facilities and resources to take care of these," army spokesman said.

Austria wants refugee quota for each EU member
07:34 AM, 05.03.2015

Migrants from Africa, Afghanistan and Syria queue for an evening meal at the Jules Ferry day center in CalaisAustria wants a refugee quota for every country in the European Union to help absorb hundreds of migrants arriving every day by boat in southern Europe, Chancellor Werner Faymann said in a newspaper interview.

Italy says 3,700 boat migrants rescued, operations ongoing
07:29 AM, 05.03.2015

ROME (Reuters) - Nearly 3,700 migrants were rescued from boats near the coast of Libya on Saturday and early Sunday and more rescue operations were expected during the day as people smugglers took advantage of calm seas, Italy's coast guard said. All of those rescued were being brought back to Italian shores, a spokesman for the coast guard said, and some reached Lampedusa, Italy's southernmost island, during the night. The nationalities of those rescued had not yet been determined, he said.

Amnesty says Egypt using courts and jail to intimidate journalists
07:28 AM, 05.03.2015

Al-Jazeera television journalists Mohamed Fahmy (L) and Baher Mohamed are seen at a court in CairoEgyptian authorities are using the courts to stifle journalism, Amnesty International said on Sunday in a report that listed 18 reporters and media workers jailed and dozens more facing criminal investigations. Rights groups say a crackdown launched by the government of President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi after the overthrow of Mohamed Mursi of the Muslim Brotherhood in mid-2013 has muzzled freedom of expression. "In Egypt today anyone who challenges the authorities' official narrative, criticizes the government or exposes human rights violations is at risk of being tossed into a jail cell, often to be held indefinitely without charge or trial or face prosecution on trumped-up charges," Amnesty said. The Egyptian foreign ministry responded to the report saying the journalists were arrested based on a warrant from the public prosecutor and afforded full due process.

Nigeria’s offensive against Boko Haram slowed by landmines
07:25 AM, 05.03.2015

Nigerien soldiers hold up a Boko Haram flag that they had seized in the recently retaken town of Damasak, NigeriaBy Julia Payne ABUJA (Reuters) - Nigeria's military is confident it has Boko Haram cornered, but a final push to clear the Islamist militants from their forest hideouts is being hampered by landmines, it said on Saturday. “Everywhere they have their havens, they have mined it all around," Major General Chris Olukolade, spokesman for Nigeria's defence headquarters, told Reuters in an interview. Boko Haram grabbed a swathe of Nigeria's northeast bigger than Belgium in 2014 and caused a global outcry when it abducted over 200 schoolgirls from the town of Chibok. A counter-attack was launched in January after a six-year insurgency that killed thousands and forced more than 1.5 million people from their homes -- too late to save the presidency of Goodluck Jonathan who lost a March election to Muhammadu Buhari who vowed to get tougher on Boko Haram.

McDonald's faces 'show me' moment with new CEO strategy
07:20 AM, 05.03.2015

A McDonald's 10 piece chicken McNuggets box is photographed at the Times Square location in New YorkMcDonald's new Chief Executive Steve Easterbrook is set to unveil his plan on Monday to revive growth as the world's largest hamburger chain struggles to win back consumers and investors. He'll be aiming to persuade people such as Janna Sampson, co-chief investment officer at OakBrook Investments, which bought McDonald's shares on the cheap more than a decade ago and eventually held more than 7 million shares as the company spiffed up its restaurants, improved service and expanded its menus with things like fancy coffee, salads and wrap sandwiches. The firm favors companies that dominate their industries, as McDonald's still does. Most financial analysts who cover McDonald's are on the sidelines.

Separatist rebels attack army in northern Malian town
07:17 AM, 05.03.2015

Fighters from the Tuareg separatist rebel group MNLA walk in the desert near TabankortTuareg separatist rebels attacked Malian army positions in the northern town of Dire on Saturday, as rising violence threatened to derail a U.N.-backed peace deal due to be signed this month. Dire lies southwest of the ancient desert trading outpost of Timbuktu and close to the town of Lere were nine soldiers were killed in an attack on Thursday claimed by the separatist rebel Coordination of Movements for Azawad (CMA). Violence pitting the CMA -- an umbrella organisation of Tuareg and Arab separatist groups -- against the army and pro-government militia in recent days has violated a U.N-backed ceasefire deal. Souleymane Maiga, director of information for the Malian army, said it had sent in troops to counter the attack.

Protests against Burundi president's election plan paused
07:16 AM, 05.03.2015

A car belonging to a policeman burns after protesters intercepted him at a barricade during demonstrations against the ruling CNDD-FDD party's decision to allow President Pierre Nkurunziza to run for a third five-year term in office, in Bujumbura, BurundiBurundi protest organisers on Saturday called a two-day pause in demonstrations against the president's move to seek a third term, which they says violates the constitution and endangers the peace deal that ended civil war in 2005. After six straight days of protests in the capital Bujumbura, which the President Pierre Nkurunziza's office called "insurrection", the rallies have lost some momentum, with fewer people taking to the streets and clashes with police easing. The United Nations has voiced concerns that live rounds were fired against protesters. "We decided to stop demonstrations for two days, first to allow those who lost their family members in the protests to observe mourning and, second, we want the protesters to regain energy before resuming the fight Monday," said Pacifique Nininahazwe, head of Focode, one of the 300 civil society groups that have called for the demonstrations.

Halep stunned but Sharapova through in Madrid
07:13 AM, 05.03.2015

World number two Simona Halep has slumped to a shock 7-6 (8/6), 6-3 defeat to France's Alize Cornet in the first round of the Madrid OpenWorld number two Simona Halep slumped to a shock 7-6 (8/6), 6-3 defeat to France's Alize Cornet in the first round of the Madrid Open on Sunday. Halep reached the final in the Spanish capital last year, but looked out of sorts as a double fault handed Cornet the opening set in a tie-break. Halep's exit could be a big boost to defending champion Maria Sharapova who showed no signs of her recent struggles with form and fitness as she beat Switzerland's Timea Bacsinszky 6-2, 6-3. Sharapova had been set to met Halep in the last four had both women made it that far.

French patrol ship rescues 217 migrants off Libya coast
07:11 AM, 05.03.2015

A French patrol ship rescued 217 migrants from three small boats that had run into trouble off the coast of Libya on Saturday, the maritime police said in a statement. "The intercepted vessels have all been neutralised," the maritime police said, adding that they were responding to a call from the maritime rescue coordination centre in Rome as part of the Eureutersropean Union's operation Triton. The rescued migrants and the suspected people smugglers have been handed over to the Italian authorities, the Toulon, France-based maritime police added. The sea is one of the main routes into the European Union for tens of thousands of mostly Asian and African migrants fleeing war and poverty, with almost 40,000 people having arrived this year already.

Boehner: Clinton needs to bring Democrats along on trade
07:03 AM, 05.03.2015

WASHINGTON (AP) — House Speaker John Boehner says Hillary Rodham Clinton needs to back trade legislation that President Barack Obama wants — and help get Democrats on board.

Day of prayer for Baltimore after black man's police custody death
07:01 AM, 05.03.2015

Members of the community pray during Sunday morning worship at New Shiloh Baptist Church, where Freddie Gray's April 27 funeral service was held in BaltimoreBy Scott Malone and Ian Simpson BALTIMORE (Reuters) - The city of Baltimore was on Sunday to observe a day of prayer two weeks after a 25-year-old black man died of injuries suffered in police custody in a case that has led to criminal charges against six officers. Freddie Gray's death last month was the latest in a string of police killings of unarmed black men that have sparked anger and protests across the United States over the past year. "What happened in Baltimore sets the bar for prosecutors across the country," said State Senator Catherine Pugh. "It raises the standard of what you can do." After a day of violence on Monday, when rioters torched buildings and cars and threw rocks at police, the mostly black city of 620,000 people has seen a week of largely peaceful demonstrations and marchers that swelled into the thousands of people on Friday and Saturday after charges were brought.

Merkel joins survivors, US vets to mark Dachau liberation
06:48 AM, 05.03.2015

A blacksmith prepares a replica of the Dachau Nazi concentration camp gate, with the writing "Arbeit macht frei" (Work Sets you Free) at the main entrance of the memorial in Dachau, Germany, Wednesday, April 29, 2015. The gate was stolen in November 2014. (AP Photo/Matthias Schrader)DACHAU, Germany (AP) — It was a shocking, horrifying "beautiful day."

Detroit automakers face speed bumps as sales growth slows
06:31 AM, 05.03.2015

A large 'Buy American' sign, in support of Detroit's auto industry, is seen in the back of an auto scrap yard in Detroit, Michigan.By Paul Lienert and Joseph White DETROIT (Reuters) - Detroit's automakers, on track for their best sales year since 2006, may want to brace themselves for rockier times ahead.     Auto executives say the industry is as healthy as it's been since being restructured in 2009. After reporting healthy April U.S. car sales on Friday, stocks fell again at all three.     U.S. sales growth this year has slowed to 6 percent from double digits in 2010-2012. Facebook Page

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