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NYT Middle East
Sep 18, 2019

After a Divisive Israeli Election, Calls for Unity
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who tried to win on the strength of his right-wing and religious base, appears to have fallen short of a majority.

NYT Middle East
Sep 18, 2019

Pompeo Calls Attacks on Saudi Arabia ‘Act of War' as Trump Tightens Iran Sanctions
The secretary of state's words were the strongest so far from any American official regarding the attack on Saudi oil facilities last weekend.

NYT Middle East
Sep 18, 2019

Netanyahu Is in Trouble, and Other Takeaways From the Israeli Election
Israeli voters went to the polls on Tuesday for the second time in five months. The results aren't certain, but Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu failed to gain the support he had hoped for.

NYT Middle East
Sep 18, 2019

Saudi Arabia Says Iran ‘Sponsored' Attack as Trump Vows New Sanctions
The news came as Iran's president said he might skip a U.N. gathering, blaming U.S. obstacles, and Saudi Arabia released what it called evidence of Tehran's responsibility for airstrikes.

NYT Middle East
Sep 18, 2019

Netanyahu Is in Trouble, and Other Takeaways From the Israeli Elections
Israeli voters went to the polls on Tuesday for the second time in five months. The results aren't certain, but Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu failed to gain the support he had hoped for.

NYT Middle East
Sep 18, 2019

President Trump Orders New Sanctions on Iran After Saudi Attacks
The news came as Iran's president said he might skip a U.N. gathering, blaming U.S. obstacles and Saudi Arabia prepared to release what it said was evidence of Tehran's responsibility for airstrikes.

NYT Middle East
Sep 18, 2019

Israel Elections: Netanyahu Is in Trouble, and Other Takeaways
Israeli voters went to the polls on Tuesday for the second time in five months. The results aren't certain, but Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu failed to gain the support he had hoped for.

NYT Middle East
Sep 18, 2019

Iran's President May Skip U.N. Meeting, Blaming U.S. Obstacles
The news came as Saudi Arabia prepared to make public what it said was evidence of Tehran's responsibility for airstrikes on oil processing facilities in the kingdom.

NYT Middle East
Sep 18, 2019

With Israel Election Results Too Close to Call, Netanyahu Appears in Peril
Exit polls pointed to serious obstacles for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, whose main rival Benny Gantz's party seemed to have come out ahead.

NYT Middle East
Sep 17, 2019

After Polls Close, Netanyahu and Gantz Appear Locked in Tight Race
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his centrist challenger, Benny Gantz, appeared to be neck and neck as Israel's second election in five months drew to a close Tuesday night.

NYT Middle East
Sep 17, 2019

With Polls Closed, Netanyahu and Gantz Are Locked in Tight Race
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his centrist challenger, Benny Gantz, appeared to be neck and neck as Israel's second election in five months drew to a close Tuesday night.

NYT Middle East
Sep 17, 2019

After Tight Israeli Election, Netanyahu's Tenure Appears in Peril
The winner of Israel's do-over election was too close to call early Wednesday, but exit polls pointed to serious obstacles for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

NYT Middle East
Sep 17, 2019

After Tight Israeli Election, Netanyahu's Tenure Appears Perilous
The winner of Israel's do-over election was too close to call early Wednesday, but exit polls pointed to serious obstacles for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

NYT Middle East
Sep 17, 2019

In Tight Israeli Election, Netanyahu's Tenure Appears in Peril
The winner of Israel's do-over election was too close to call early Wednesday, but exit polls pointed to serious obstacles for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

NYT Middle East
Sep 17, 2019

Israel Election Live Updates: Netanyahu and Gantz in Tight Race
Israelis are deciding the political fate of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in a contest that has revolved around whether Jewish voters want their country to become more or less religious.

NYT Middle East
Sep 17, 2019

Israel Election Live Updates: Exit Polls Show Tight Race
Israelis are deciding the political fate of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in a contest that has revolved around whether Jewish voters want their country to become more or less religious.

NYT Middle East
Sep 17, 2019

Israel Election Live Updates: Voters Go to the Polls
Israelis are deciding the political fate of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in a contest that has revolved around whether Jewish voters want their country to become more or less religious.

NYT Middle East
Sep 17, 2019

A Mosaic of Groups Competes in Israel's Election
Israeli politics can be tribal, with loyalties to ethnic groups, religious factions and ideologies as strong a factor in voting as views on particular issues. Here's a guide in words and pictures.

NYT Middle East
Sep 17, 2019

To Find Clues in Saudi Oil Attacks, U.S. Examines Missile and Drone Parts
American investigators are gathering evidence to bolster their claim that Iran was responsible for attacking oil facilities in Saudi Arabia.

NYT Middle East
Sep 17, 2019

Little-Known Professor and a Media Mogul Advance in Tunisia's Presidential Election
The two populists will vie for the country's top job in a runoff election next month.

NYT Middle East
Sep 17, 2019

Israel Votes in Do-Over Election: Live Updates
Israelis are deciding the political fate of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in a contest that has revolved around whether Jewish voters want their country to become more or less religious.

NYT Middle East
Sep 17, 2019

What's at Stake in Israel's Elections
Israelis vote on Tuesday in the second election in five months. Could this be Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's last stand?

NYT Middle East
Sep 17, 2019

Hard-Liners in Iran See No Drawback to Bellicose Strategy
Trying to win sanctions relief, officials in Tehran believe they can lash out against American allies without suffering serious penalties, analysts say.

NYT Middle East
Sep 17, 2019

U.S. Examining Missile and Drone Parts for Clues in Saudi Oil Attacks
American investigators are gathering evidence to bolster their claim that Iran was responsible for attacking oil facilities in Saudi Arabia.

NYT Middle East
Sep 17, 2019

Israeli Election Hinges on a Mosaic of Competing Groups
Israeli politics can be tribal, with loyalties to ethnic groups, religious factions and ideologies as strong a factor in voting as views on particular issues. Here's a guide in words and pictures.

NYT Middle East
Sep 17, 2019

Putin Says Saudis Should Buy Russian Missiles, to Laughter From Iran
President Putin said he was "ready to provide appropriate assistance" to the Saudis after attacks on their oil installations, suggesting Riyadh should buy Russian surface-to-air missiles.

NYT Middle East
Sep 17, 2019

?Job One for Saudis' New Energy Chief: Picking Up the Pieces
Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman was named energy minister less than a week before an aerial attack crippled Saudi Arabia's oil production.

NYT Middle East
Sep 17, 2019

Israeli Vote Hinges on a Mosaic of Competing Groups
Israeli politics can be tribal, with loyalties to ethnic groups, religious factions and ideologies as strong a factor in voting as views on particular issues. Here's a guide in words and pictures.

NYT Middle East
Sep 16, 2019

Trump Says Iran Appears Responsible for Saudi Attack but That He Wants to Avoid War
Mr. Trump, who has been trying to draw the Iranians into talks, appeared to seek a de-escalation, saying "I know they want to make a deal."

NYT Middle East
Sep 16, 2019

After Saudi Attack, Oil Market Is on Edge: ‘What if the Other Shoe Drops?'
Supply disruptions and the risk of future attacks is likely to prop up energy prices, benefiting the oil industry and hurting consumers.

NYT Middle East
Sep 16, 2019

Trump Says Iran Appears Responsible for Attack on Saudi Oil Facilities
The president said he would like to avoid a military conflict with Iran and that he had not "promised" to protect Saudi Arabia.

NYT Middle East
Sep 16, 2019

Oil Prices Expected to Remain Elevated After Attack on Saudi Arabia
Supply disruptions and the risk of future attacks is likely to prop up energy prices, benefiting the oil industry and hurting consumers.

NYT Middle East
Sep 16, 2019

‘Waiting for All of It to End': A Marine's Battlefield View of U.S. Strategy in Afghanistan
In February 2010, in the Taliban sanctuary of Marja, we were fighting to let Afghanistan build a democracy. Or something like that.

NYT Middle East
Sep 16, 2019

A Marine Looks Back at His Battles in Afghanistan
In February 2010, in the Taliban sanctuary of Marja, we were fighting to let Afghanistan build a democracy. Or something like that.

NYT Middle East
Sep 16, 2019

Oil Surges and Stock Markets Edge Lower Amid Worries Over Saudi Arabia
Oil futures briefly jumped 20 percent as investors weighed the impact of the weekend's strike on two Saudi oil facilities.

NYT Middle East
Sep 16, 2019

Saudis Say Oil Facilities Were Hit With Iranian Weapons
U.S. officials have blamed Iran for the attacks, which slashed Saudi production. Houthi rebels in Yemen, who are backed by Iran, claimed responsibility.

NYT Middle East
Sep 16, 2019

U.S. Soldier Killed in Afghanistan Just Over a Week After Trump Scraps Peace Talks
The soldier, who was killed while fighting alongside Afghan commandos in Wardak Province, is the 17th American service member to die during combat operations this year.

NYT Middle East
Sep 16, 2019

Saudi Arabia Says Iranian Weapons Were Used in Strikes on Oil Facilities
American officials have blamed Iran for the attacks on Saturday that slashed Saudi production, but the Houthi faction, allied with Iran, claimed responsibility.

NYT Middle East
Sep 16, 2019

Oil Prices Spike After Attack on Saudi Facilities but Lasting Disruption Seen Unlikely
Experts say a severe shock to energy markets and the world economy is unlikely. They expect oil and gas prices to rise modestly, if the damage is quickly repaired.

NYT Middle East
Sep 16, 2019

Houthi Forces in Yemen Warn of More Attacks on Saudi Oil Systems
American officials have blamed Iran for the attacks on Saturday that slashed Saudi production, but the Houthi faction, allied with Iran, claimed responsibility.

NYT Middle East
Sep 16, 2019

Israel Election Could Turn on Ugly Breakup of an Odd Couple
For Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his former deputy Avigdor Liberman, Israel's do-over election will cap a love-hate saga of three decades.

NYT Middle East
Sep 16, 2019

Israel's Do-Over Election: Déjà Vu or a Chance for Change?
Israelis vote on Tuesday in the second election in five months. Could this be Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's last stand?

NYT Middle East
Sep 16, 2019

Iran Rules Out Meeting Between Trump and Rouhani
Iran's Foreign Ministry dismissed the possibility of a meeting between President Hassan Rouhani and President Trump during the United Nations General Assembly.

NYT Middle East
Sep 16, 2019

Short-Term Impact on Oil Prices Seen After Attack on Saudi Facilities
Experts say a severe shock to energy markets and the world economy is unlikely. They expect oil and gas prices to rise modestly, if the damage is quickly repaired.

NYT Middle East
Sep 16, 2019

Ugly Breakup of Israel's Odd Couple Could Turn an Election
For Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his former deputy Avigdor Liberman, Israel's do-over election will cap a love-hate saga of three decades.

NYT Middle East
Sep 15, 2019

Saudi Oil Attack Photos Implicate Iran, U.S. Says; Trump Hints at Military Action
The government released satellite images indicating, they said, that the strikes came from the direction of Iraq or Iran.

NYT Middle East
Sep 15, 2019

In a Troubled Arab World, Tunisia Struggles to Build Its Democracy
Its economy is lagging and there are threats to its security, but Tunisia still managed to hold a free presidential election. That makes it a regional anomaly.

NYT Middle East
Sep 15, 2019

Tunisia Votes for a President as It Struggles to Build Democracy
Its economy is lagging and there are threats to its security, but Tunisia still managed to hold a free presidential election. That makes it a regional anomaly.

NYT Middle East
Sep 15, 2019

Moroccan Journalist on Trial for an Abortion She Says She Never Had
The arrests of a young reporter and her fiancé have set off outrage in Morocco, where they are seen by many as an example of the government persecuting critical journalists.

NYT Middle East
Sep 15, 2019

Attack on Saudi Oil Facility Is Seen as Short-Term Disruption
Experts say a severe shock to energy markets and the world economy is unlikely. They expect oil and gas prices to rise modestly, if the damage is quickly repaired.

NYT Middle East
Sep 15, 2019

Iran Rejects U.S. Accusation It Was Behind Attacks on Saudi Oil Facilities
An official dismissed the allegations of Tehran's involvement as "max deceit."

NYT Middle East
Sep 15, 2019

Iran Rejects U.S. Accusation It Is Behind Saudi Attacks
Houthi rebels in Yemen said they carried out drone strikes on Saudi oil facilities. An Iranian official dismissed allegations of Tehran's involvement as "max deceit."

NYT Middle East
Sep 15, 2019

Iran Rejects U.S. Accusation It Is Responsible for Saudi Attacks
Houthi rebels in Yemen said they carried out drone strikes on Saudi oil facilities. An Iranian official dismissed allegations of Tehran's involvement as "maximum lies."

NYT Middle East
Sep 15, 2019

Here Comes the Bride. And the Bride. And the Bride. Mass Weddings Boom in Lebanon.
As economic pressures prevent young couples from affording marriage ceremonies, powerful benefactors have stepped in to sponsor mass weddings. What's in it for them? Children for the cause.

NYT Middle East
Sep 14, 2019

Two Major Saudi Oil Installations Hit by Drone Strike, and U.S. Blames Iran
Yemen's Houthi rebels claimed responsibility. But Secretary of State Mike Pompeo accused Tehran and said the strikes were not launched from Yemen.

NYT Middle East
Sep 14, 2019

Two Major Saudi Oil Installations Hit by Drone Strike
Yemen's Houthi rebels claimed responsibility. It was not clear how badly damaged the facilities were, but the attacks could disrupt world oil supplies.

NYT Middle East
Sep 14, 2019

Iraq Faces a New Adversary: Crystal Meth
Growing addiction is the most recent manifestation of how Iraq's social order has frayed in the years following the 2003 U.S. invasion.

NYT Middle East
Sep 14, 2019

Drones Strike Big Saudi Oil Centers, and Houthis Claim Responsibility
It was not clear how badly damaged the facilities were, but such strikes have the potential to disrupt world oil supplies.

NYT Middle East
Sep 14, 2019

Israeli Arabs Get a Second Chance to Oust Netanyahu. Will They Use It?
Arab citizens make up a sixth of the Israeli electorate. They could determine Prime Minister Netanyahu's fate, but few voted in the last election.

NYT Middle East
Sep 14, 2019

Netanyahu's Fate May Depend on Israeli Arab Voters. Will They Turn Out?
Arab citizens make up a sixth of the Israeli electorate. They could determine whether the prime minister is re-elected, but few voted in the last election.

NYT Middle East
Sep 14, 2019

Drones Strike Big Saudi Refineries, and Houthis Claim Responsibility
The attacks set two large refineries ablaze, as the Houthi faction tried once again to take the war that has devastated Yemen to Saudi Arabia.

NYT Middle East
Sep 13, 2019

Cable Cars Over Jerusalem? Some See ‘Disneyfication' of Holy City
The architecture of occupation: A planned cable-car network to Jewish holy sites bypasses Palestinians and furthers Israel's claims over East Jerusalem.

NYT Middle East
Sep 13, 2019

Saudi Princess Convicted in French Assault Case: ‘This Dog Must be Killed'
Hassa bint Salman, the half sister of the Saudi crown prince, Mohammed bin Salman, was accused of ordering her bodyguard to hit a contractor working in her Paris apartment in 2016.

NYT Middle East
Sep 12, 2019

U.S. Poised to Send 150 Troops to Patrol Northeastern Syria
The new deployment is part of an expanding series of military and diplomatic steps the United States has taken to defuse tensions with Turkey, a NATO ally.

NYT Middle East
Sep 12, 2019

Facebook Suspends Netanyahu Campaign Bot for Hate Speech
A message sent out by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's campaign accused Israel's Arab politicians of wanting "to destroy us all."

NYT Middle East
Sep 12, 2019

Fact-Checking Trump's Statements on Increased Military Strikes in Afghanistan
A survey of military operations seems to indicate that, at best, the president is exaggerating the pace of current operations, even if they have increased in recent weeks.

NYT Middle East
Sep 12, 2019

French Court Convicts Saudi Princess in Assault Case
Hassa bint Salman, the half sister of the Saudi crown prince, Mohammed bin Salman, was accused of ordering her bodyguard to hit a contractor working in her Paris apartment in 2016.

NYT Middle East
Sep 12, 2019

How Jewish Should the Jewish State Be? The Question Shadows an Israeli Vote
The long-simmering conflict between Israel's secular and religious Jews takes center stage in the national election on Tuesday.

NYT Middle East
Sep 12, 2019

Couple's Trek Across Continents Ended in an Iranian Prison
Jolie King and Mark Firkin were on a once-in-a-lifetime journey from Australia to Britain. They documented it all on social media and a website, but then the posts suddenly stopped.

NYT Middle East
Sep 12, 2019

How Jewish Should the Jewish State Be? Question Shadows Israeli Vote
The long-simmering conflict between Israel's secular and religious Jews takes center stage in the national election on Tuesday.

NYT Middle East
Sep 11, 2019

Horrid Conditions in Syria Camp Where ISIS Families Fled Risk Fostering Extremism
The "intolerable" conditions at the Al Hol camp in Syria, set up to house families fleeing Islamic State strongholds, are fueling radicalization, according to a United Nations report.

NYT Middle East
Sep 11, 2019

Trump Leaves Open Possibility of Easing Iranian Sanctions to Spur Nuclear Talks
Asked whether he would consider relaxing the penalties if that would ease the path to a meeting, President Trump said, "We'll see what happens."

NYT Middle East
Sep 11, 2019

Israeli Voters May Like Netanyahu's Promises, but Don't Necessarily Believe Them
Even Israelis supportive of the prime minister said they were not convinced that he would fulfill his campaign pledge to annex West Bank land.

NYT Middle East
Sep 11, 2019

Three Australians Are Being Held in Iran, Government Says
The Australian government said it was providing consular assistance to the families of those detained, and it reminded travelers that they risk arbitrary detention when visiting Iran.

NYT Middle East
Sep 11, 2019

Trump's Refugee Cuts Threaten Deep Consequences at Home and Abroad
Sure, countries take in people displaced by warfare out of humanitarian concerns. But they also have a more practical goal: preventing still worse conflicts.

NYT Middle East
Sep 10, 2019

In a Jordan Valley Village, Palestinians Are Left in the Dark
In the West Bank village of Fasayil, near the border with Jordan, residents said Israel should fix the electricity before talking about annexation.

NYT Middle East
Sep 10, 2019

Little Outrage in Arab World Over Netanyahu's Vow to Annex West Bank
Strategic shifts in the Middle East have pushed the Palestinian cause down the priority list of many Arab leaders.

NYT Middle East
Sep 10, 2019

Netanyahu, Facing Tough Israel Election, Pledges to Annex a Third of West Bank
The move by Israel's prime minister, who faces an election in a week, would reduce any future Palestinian state to an enclave encircled by Israel.

NYT Middle East
Sep 10, 2019

Iran's ‘Blue Girl' Wanted to Watch a Soccer Match. She Died Pursuing Her Dream.
Women are banned from attending sports events in Iran, but one woman sneaked into a stadium to see her favorite soccer team play.

NYT Middle East
Sep 10, 2019

A Look at the West Bank Area Netanyahu Vowed to Annex
The Jordan Valley and northern Dead Sea are considered strategically vital zones by Israel for security. If Israel annexed them, it would encircle any future Palestinian state in the West Bank.

NYT Middle East
Sep 10, 2019

Why the Arab World Isn't Outraged by Netanyahu's West Bank Vow
Strategic shifts in the Middle East have pushed the Palestinian cause down the priority list of many Arab leaders.

NYT Middle East
Sep 10, 2019

She Wanted to Watch a Soccer Match in Iran. She Died Pursuing Her Dream.
Women are banned from attending sports events in Iran, but Sahar Khodayari, 29, sneaked into a stadium to see her favorite soccer team play. She was sentenced to prison, and died after setting herself on fire in front of a courthouse.

NYT Middle East
Sep 10, 2019

Among Arabs, a Muted Response to Netanyahu's West Bank Vow
Strategic shifts in the Middle East have pushed the Palestinian cause down the priority list of many Arab leaders.

NYT Middle East
Sep 10, 2019

She Wanted to Watch a Soccer Match in Iran. She Paid With Her Life.
Women are banned from attending sports events in Iran, but Sahar Khodayari, 29, sneaked into a stadium to see her favorite soccer team play. She was sentenced to prison, and died after setting herself on fire in front of a courthouse.

NYT Middle East
Sep 10, 2019

Netanyahu, Facing Tough Israel Election, Pledges to Annex Much of West Bank
The move by the prime minister, who faces a difficult election in a week, would reduce any future Palestinian state to an enclave encircled by Israel.

NYT Middle East
Sep 10, 2019

Netanyahu Pledges to Annex Much of West Bank
The move by Israel's prime minister, who faces an election in a week, would reduce any future Palestinian state to an enclave encircled by Israel.

NYT Middle East
Sep 10, 2019

Netanyahu Pledges to Annex Part of West Bank
Israel's prime minister, who faces an election in a week, said he wants to annex the strategic Jordan Valley.

NYT Middle East
Sep 10, 2019

Stampede at Iraqi Shrine Kills at Least 31
Pilgrims observing one of the most sacred events for Shiite Muslims panicked after walkway collapsed in the holy city of Karbala, officials said.

NYT Middle East
Sep 10, 2019

Turkey's Radical Plan: Send a Million Refugees Back to Syria
Facing economic troubles in Turkey, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is pushing a plan to resettle refugees in a United States-controlled swath of Syria.

NYT Middle East
Sep 10, 2019

Turkey, Long a Haven for Syrian Refugees, Is Sending Them Home
Facing economic troubles in Turkey, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is pushing a plan to resettle refugees in a United States-controlled swath of Syria.

NYT Middle East
Sep 09, 2019

Israeli Leader Says Iran Hid a Nuclear Weapons Site
The accusation from Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel came a week before an election in which he is battling for political survival.

NYT Middle East
Sep 09, 2019

Netanyahu Accuses Rivals of Plotting to ‘Steal' Israeli Election
Amid claims of vote rigging and a row over cameras in polling stations, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel targets its Arab voters again.

NYT Middle East
Sep 09, 2019

Iranian Tanker Seen Near Syria ‘Unloaded Its Cargo,' Tehran Says
Western nations had tried to prevent the Adrian Darya 1 from delivering 2.1 million barrels of oil to President Bashar al-Assad's government in Syria.

NYT Middle East
Sep 08, 2019

Saudi King Appoints a Son, Prince Abdulaziz, as Energy Minister
Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman is the first member of the royal family to oversee the kingdom's vital oil sector, part of a wider shake up of top energy-sector jobs.

NYT Middle East
Sep 07, 2019

Images from Space Show Released Iranian Oil Tanker Near Syrian Coast
Gibraltar released the tanker last month after Iran promised it would not deliver its 2.1 million barrels of oil to Syria.

NYT Middle East
Sep 07, 2019

Iran Breaks With More Limits in Nuclear Deal as It Pushes for European Aid
Details suggest Iran is largely interested in increasing pressure on European nations to find a way around American-imposed sanctions.

NYT Middle East
Sep 06, 2019

‘We're at War': A Covert Social Media Campaign Boosts Military Rulers
After protesters were killed in Sudan, an obscure Egyptian company ramped up a covert influence operation that spanned the Middle East and North Africa.

NYT Middle East
Sep 05, 2019

Iran Will No Longer Honor Nuclear Deal's Limits on Research
The move was Iran's third retaliatory step since President Trump renounced the 2015 agreement.

NYT Middle East
Sep 05, 2019

Iran Will No Longer Honor Limits on Nuclear Research, a Core Principle of Accord
Iran said it would no longer abide by the limits on research and development required by the 2015 nuclear accord. It is Iran's third retaliatory step since President Trump renounced the deal.

NYT Middle East
Sep 04, 2019

U.S. Imposes Sanctions on Iranian Shipping Network
The penalties were the latest action to further isolate Iran in hopes that it will renegotiate an international agreement limiting its nuclear program.

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