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Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 06, 2020

Monday Sunrise Briefing: Security and equality shape US campaign
Catch me up on the weekend news: President Trump's vow to protect US history, Biden seeks racial equality, and a cyber attack on Iran.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 05, 2020

Iran hints a cyber attack caused fire at nuclear facility
A fire at Iran's underground Natanz nuclear facility could slow the development of centrifuges used to enrich uranium. A cyber attack by Israel or the US?

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 02, 2020

Germany's recipe for lockdown: Reduced hours, not layoffs
In Germany, business and government split responsibility for supporting workers' income amid the lockdown - while letting workers stay on the job.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 02, 2020

Protests, then a pandemic: Can Hong Kong tourism hang on?
Hong Kong's response to the pandemic, and its economic hardships, includes a H.K.$120 billion stimulus package with a cash handout for every resident.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 02, 2020

End of FGM in Sudan? A draft bill sparks caution, hope.
The World Health Organization says female genital mutilation constitutes an "extreme form of discrimination" against women. Nearly always carried out on minors, it is widely practiced in Africa, the Middle East, and Asia for different reasons.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 02, 2020

Why Britain extended residency rights to 3 million Hong Kongers
Britain has extended residency rights to 3 million Hong Kongers after Beijing imposed a new security law. Eligible citizens could now work and live there for five years before being eligible to apply for citizenship.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 02, 2020

Putin cinches term extension to 2036 in disputed vote
Election officials say 78% of Russians voted to extend President Vladimir Putin's term limits to 2036. Voters were affected by suspect polling stations and proffered prizes, and critics argue the results are inflated.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 01, 2020

Hong Kongers fear drastic law marks ‘before' and ‘after'
Hong Kong's new national security law, imposed by Beijing to bypass the local legislature, severely undermines its autonomy and freedom, critics warn.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 01, 2020

As tourist drought idles workers, Spain weaves a makeshift safety net
The tourism industry in Spain has particularly suffered during the coronavirus lockdown. So Madrid has created a raft of options to help workers.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 01, 2020

'Come with dollars:' Lebanon PM asks its expats to visit home
Lebanese expats, responsible for 12.5% of the country's GDP, are frustrated with their government's systematic corruption and mismanagement. After years of keeping their native land afloat, many expats now refuse to send money to Lebanon.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jul 01, 2020

In Hong Kong, arrests begin a day after passing new security law
Nine demonstrators have been arrested under the new national security law passed by China's central government on Tuesday. Police say they possessed flags and other items calling for Hong Kong independence.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 30, 2020

‘We're invisible': Peru's moment of reckoning on informal workers
Peru acted quickly to combat the health and economic risks of COVID-19. So where did things go wrong?

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 30, 2020

Putin set to get his new constitution. But Russians ask, ‘Why now?'
Russia is expected to approve a raft of constitutional reforms that will allow Putin to stay in office until 2036. But it is not without controversy.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 30, 2020

Pandemic pricing: Are Mideast markets losing the art of the deal?
In the Mideast, haggling is a sport: If you're agile enough, you win. During the pandemic, to stay safe, you can shop remotely. But what fun is that?

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 30, 2020

China just passed the Hong Kong security law. What happens now?
Hong Kong faces an uncertain future after China's President Xi Jinping passed the Hong Kong national security law that sparked massive protests last year. The international community responded with concern over the erosion of democratic values caused by China.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 30, 2020

Iran journalist sentenced to death over 2017 protest work
Ruhollah Zam, an Iranian journalist whose online work helped inspire the 2017 economic protests, was sentenced to death on June 30. Mr. Zam was convicted of "corruption on Earth," a charge used in cases involving espionage or attempts to overthrow Iran's government.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 29, 2020

In a pandemic, is a fast government check better than a larger one?
The coronavirus pandemic has spurred a financially massive response in the U.S. Canada, meanwhile, has acted more quickly, and to greater effect.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 29, 2020

Baluchistan insurgency strikes Pakistan stock exchange
The Baluchistan Liberation Army claimed responsibility for a Monday attack on Karachi's stock exchange. The group has been waging an insurgency for years, demanding independence for Pakistan's gas-rich southwestern Baluchistan province.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 29, 2020

Monday Sunrise Briefing: New US surges and shutdowns
Catch me up on the weekend news: California joins Texas and Florida in closing bars as virus cases rise. Democracy wins in Malawi. A Confederate flag falls.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 28, 2020

Malawi election: A vote for democracy and a new president
Lazarus Chakwera became Malawi's new president Sunday after months of street protests and a decision by the Constitutional Court for a new election.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 26, 2020

Points of Progress: Legal protections for LGBTQ employees, and more
In good news this week: The U.S. Supreme Court affirmed legal protections for LGBTQ employees, and more.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 26, 2020

In Venezuela, as water runs out, communities improvise solutions
Venezuela's water shortage has gotten so bad that neighbors are banding together, defying quarantine lockdowns, digging wells, and siphoning water from abandoned construction sites.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 26, 2020

Tourist treks helped save gorillas. What happens in lockdown?
COVID-19 has shuttered wildlife tourism, threatening endangered species and people who rely on the parks for income. Can the industry adapt?

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 26, 2020

Power shift: How America's retreat is reshaping global affairs
The U.S. is pulling out of many international agreements. Yet many believe its leadership is needed to drive the world forward on pressing issues.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 25, 2020

Plane crash probe finds 30% Pakistani pilots hold 'fake' license
In response to a probe into a Pakistan International Airlines plane crash last month, Pakistan's state-run airline announced it will ground 150 pilots on charges of obtaining "fake" pilot licenses.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 25, 2020

Why does World War II still hold such a grip on Russia?
As Russia celebrated the Soviet victory in WW2 Wednesday, the Russian preoccupation with the war was never more apparent.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 25, 2020

Netanyahu's annexation dilemma: Making history, but at what cost?
Israel is already paying a price for talk of annexing West Bank lands, with warnings of worse to come, so what is driving Benjamin Netanyahu?

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 25, 2020

Why migrants in Somalia have never heard of the coronavirus
Over half of recent migrants passing through Somalia, one of the world's most dangerous migration routes, have never heard of COVID-19. In rural areas without internet access, misconceptions and lack of information about the virus are common.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 24, 2020

Kosovo president and others charged for war crimes against Serbs
On Wednesday, Kosovo's president and nine other former separatist fighters were indicted on a range of war crimes and crimes against humanity charges for Kosovo's 1998-99 independence war with Serbia.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 24, 2020

'Immunity passports' could help against pandemic - or harm society
Some have proposed granting coronavirus pandemic survivors "immunity passports" to grant them special privileges. But ethicists warn of risks.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 24, 2020

Lockdown lessons offer hope for climate change activists
One lesson we have learned from COVID-19 lockdowns, that we will change our lifestyles in an emergency, offers hope for climate change.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 24, 2020

A COVID resurgence and the trust factor
As COVID-19 reappears where economies are reopened, citizens will obey reimposed restrictions because they either trust or fear their governments.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 24, 2020

A COVID-19 resurgence and the trust factor
As COVID-19 reappears where economies are reopened, citizens will obey reimposed restrictions because they either trust or fear their governments.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 23, 2020

How outrage over killing of Iranian girl is helping women's rights
As in America's grappling with racism, a brutal killing is spurring progress in Iran, upending traditions that devalued women's and children's rights.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 23, 2020

Protect the vote, or the voter? In African elections, no easy choice.
Malawi holds its presidential election Tuesday. Amid COVID-19, questions of whether to postpone votes have mounted - especially in Africa.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 23, 2020

A different kind of care package: Concertgoers ‘Blanket the Homeless'
Blanket the Homeless volunteers are Ken Newman's concertgoers, who hand out blankets and his packages of small essentials to people on the streets.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 22, 2020

Voicing ‘solidarity' against US racism, Arabs expose scourge at home
Arab world expressions of solidarity with Black Lives Matter have highlighted a universal truth about racism: how hard it is to see it in ourselves.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 22, 2020

As Russia reopens, Putin takes a back seat to local leaders
As Moscow comes out of its coronavirus lockdown, Vladimir Putin is stepping back and letting local leaders make the decisions about how to reopen.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 22, 2020

Monday Sunrise Briefing: Tulsa rally falls short of expectations
Catch me up on the weekend news: A low turnout for President Trump's first campaign rally in three months, Justice Department turmoil, and COVID cases spike.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 21, 2020

WHO reports biggest one-day surge of coronavirus cases worldwide
The World Health Organization on Sunday reported the largest single-day increase in coronavirus cases. The Americas were hardest hit.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 19, 2020

Behind deadly clash with India, a pattern of Chinese assertiveness
Chinese and Indian soldiers fought Monday along the disputed border in the Galwan Valley. Beijing is increasingly pressing its territorial claims.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 19, 2020

Points of Progress: Argentina works to combat anti-Semitism, and more
In good news this week: The country recently adopted new official language as part its efforts to address a history of anti-Semitic violence.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 19, 2020

Trading border accusations, can India and China make peace?
After a deadly clash between Chinese and Indian troops that killed 20 Indian soldiers, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is meeting top opposition leaders to discuss diffusing tensions with China. Making peace will be no easy feat, say observers.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 18, 2020

Why a Dhaka foundation is delivering fruit baskets in a pandemic
The Bidyanondo Foundation, previously known for its work with street children, is stepping in to support virus victims and their families. Volunteers hope to promote a "humanitarian approach" to caring for Bangladesh's ill.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 18, 2020

In controversial move, China passes Hong Kong security law draft
China's legislature passed a draft on Thursday of the national security law that spurred massive protests in Hong Kong last year. This latest step has been openly criticized by the G-7.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 18, 2020

‘The pandemic has united us': A media divide fades in the Baltics
As politicians in Latvia and Estonia ceded the stage to medical experts, Russian speakers became a new audience for local news in Latvia and Estonia.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 17, 2020

Why a Muslim woman safeguards Jewish history for all Moroccans
For Zhor Rehihil, Muslim curator of the Museum of Moroccan Judaism in Casablanca, the shared past provides a path to a better future.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 16, 2020

Chokeholds or Tasers? Critics question France's compromise.
France announced it will start testing stun guns for law enforcement, making it the latest European country to adopt the controversial weapon. Amnesty International reports that 500 people died in the U.S. after being hit by stun guns between 2001 and 2012.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 16, 2020

India, China clash on Himalayan border in deadly confrontation
Soldiers have been facing off in the region for weeks, but the Indian soldiers' deaths mark the first fatal confrontation between the two Asian giants since 1975. China released no details on any casualties from their side.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 16, 2020

Why did North Korea just blow up inter-Korea liaison office?
On Tuesday, North Korea demolished an inter-Korean liaison office building opened in 2018 to facilitate communication. North Korea's latest act of "symbolic" anger raises tensions and puts pressure on Washington and Seoul amid deadlocked nuclear diplomacy.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 15, 2020

As lockdown lingers, a rural reckoning with domestic violence
The coronavirus pandemic has trapped victims of domestic violence in lockdown with their abusers. And the problem appears most acute in rural areas.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 15, 2020

Young Saudis saw a future; then came a pandemic and an oil crash
The pandemic's decline in oil revenues has changed how Saudi Arabia balances rights and responsibilities, shifting a heavier burden onto individuals.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 15, 2020

Manila court convicts Philippines' top journalist in libel case
Journalist Maria Ressa, an outspoken critic of Philippines' President Rodrigo Duterte, was sentenced to up to six years in jail in a libel case on Monday. Charges and allegations against Ms. Ressa are being viewed as a major setback to press freedom.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 15, 2020

As statues topple elsewhere, French leader won't 'erase' history
President Emmanuel Macron balked at taking down statues of colonial-era figures as he faces heat from both racial injustice protesters and police unions.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 15, 2020

Justice denied? Russian court convicts American of spying.
U.S. ambassador calls the Russian trial of an American security executive Paul Whelan "a mockery of justice." Mr. Whelan's brother expresses hope for a U.S.-Russia prisoner exchange.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 15, 2020

Virus outbreak in Beijing: a cautionary tale of reopening
A new coronavirus outbreak in a wholesale food market in Beijing serves as a warning for other countries. China postponed reopening some schools Monday.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 15, 2020

Resetting the Russia relationship: A China play, too?
President Trump is seeking a better relationship with Russia that could help him counter China's growing global influence.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 15, 2020

Monday Sunrise Briefing: Injustice protests reignited in Atlanta
Catch me up on the weekend news: Atlanta police chief resigns after police fatally shoot Black man. Europe reopens for Europeans.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 14, 2020

From Tokyo to New Zealand, why Black Lives Matter
Protests against racial injustice circled the globe this weekend, from Tokyo to New Zealand and across Europe, as people demand changes.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 14, 2020

Europe reopens for Europeans. No outsiders allowed yet.
Germany, like France and others, is lifting remaining border checks on Monday. Austria is opening up Tuesday to most European neighbors.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 12, 2020

Points of Progress: Australian wildlife begins recovery, and more
In good news this week: The Australian Reptile Park saw its first baby koala born since the country's devastating fires - and more positive headlines.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 12, 2020

How China's heavy steps in Hong Kong reverberate in Taiwan
A resounding majority in Taiwan oppose a "one country, two systems" formula for relations with China, à la Hong Kong. But how do they walk that path?

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 12, 2020

Why the fallen statues? Floyd protests prompt global removals.
Amid the global George Floyd protests, protesters - and some officials - are taking down statues and symbols which represent racial injustice. Scholars are divided over whether the campaign amounts to erasing history or updating it.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 12, 2020

Lebanon currency crash: How to restore confidence?
The Lebanese pound tumbled to more than 6,000 to the dollar on Thursday, prompting a night of protests and renewing calls for the prime minister's resignation.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 12, 2020

Eat well, do good: Bread for the People makes giving back delicious
Bread for the People bakes and delivers sourdough bread around Austin, Texas, in exchange for donations to support communities near and far.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 11, 2020

How an unemployed mother is feeding Dubai's jobless migrants
The pandemic has hit the United Arab Emirates' immigrant communities hard. Feby Dela Peña, Filipina mother of three, is using her cooking skills to keep families fed through the crisis. When people heard what she was doing, they pitched in to help, too.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 11, 2020

EU urges members to open domestic borders closed during pandemic
The European Union, seeing coronavirus cases dip, asked member states to open up their shared borders in a bid to boost the economy and protect freedom of movement.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 11, 2020

How COVID-19, Floyd protests shape China's crackdown in Hong Kong
Protests over the killing of George Floyd in the U.S. appear to have made China less worried about criticism it might get over human rights issues.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 10, 2020

‘Say Their Names': Why the George Floyd protests resonate globally
Protesters around the world are reacting to the killing of George Floyd by demanding that police violence in their own countries be stopped.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 09, 2020

Why the cold shoulder? N Korea goes incommunicado with S Korea.
North Korea cut off all communication channels with its neighbor on Tuesday. It's a tactic used by Kim Jong Un's government to escalate pressure on South Korea for its failure to persuade the United States to ease sanctions, experts say.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 09, 2020

Hong Kong marks anniversary of pro-democracy movement
June 9, 2019 was the start of the longest-lasting, pro-democracy movement in Hong Kong since 1997. Hundreds marched on its anniversary to protest what they see as an expanding influence and reach of Beijing.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 09, 2020

Why China's business elite are sending masks to Africa
China's wealthiest are gaining attention as global humanitarian donors after companies and individuals gave millions of dollars in medical supplies, food, and cash to countries worldwide. It's a diplomatic win for Beijing, say analysts.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 09, 2020

Coronavirus shortages give Russia's charity sector a new spark
Russia's charity sector is new, but the shortages caused by the coronavirus pandemic have given it a boost that could last beyond the crisis.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 08, 2020

An ocean apart, similar stories: US protests hit home in South Africa
George Floyd's death has resonated around the world, particularly in South Africa, where Collins Khosa's death renewed attention to police violence.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 08, 2020

Who should judge what's true? Tackling social media's global impact.
Social media often carry dangerous and divisive misinformation. But should it be censored? And if so, by whom?

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 08, 2020

New Zealand virus free, other countries move to reopen
New Zealand announced it is virus free. Public transportation resumed in Jakarta, Indonesia. Stores reopened in Moscow. Students in South Korea returned to school on Monday.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 08, 2020

Landmark trade deal: Vietnam and EU forge new relationship
As the European Union is attempting to diversify its supply chains, Vietnam has emerged as a manufacturing powerhouse. The nation has ratified a significant trade deal with the EU in the midst of the coronavirus lockdown.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 08, 2020

Monday Sunrise Briefing: Bigger protests, fewer arrests
Catch me up on the weekend news: Peaceful crowds grew, curfews ended, and calls for 'defund the police' spread. Biden endorsed by Colin Powell.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 05, 2020

Points of Progress: US traffic deaths decline for third year, and more
In good news this week: Public awareness efforts from traffic safety offices have led to another year with fewer driving deaths.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 05, 2020

Horrified by strife in my America, finding hope in my Mideast
From the Middle East, an American's view of the strife and demands for justice that started in Minneapolis has been both disorienting and familiar.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 05, 2020

Global anti-racism protests face bans over virus concerns
Outrage over the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis has spread worldwide, but many foreign governments are banning local protests, citing public health risks in a pandemic.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 05, 2020

The Dogs of Chernobyl: Are virtual tours the future of tourism?
The coronavirus dealt a heavy blow to many industries, but few have been as thoroughly undone as tourism. Here's how it's adapting.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 04, 2020

Hong Kong passes anthem law on Tiananmen anniversary
On the 31st anniversary of Beijing's Tiananmen crackdown on the student-led pro-democracy movement, Hong Kong legislature approved a law that makes it illegal to insult or abuse the Chinese national anthem.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 04, 2020

In India's slums, neighbors unite against a pandemic
In Dharavi, Mumbai, home to a million people in one square mile, young community leaders have been stepping up to help those affected by the coronavirus.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 04, 2020

How pandemic shifted meaning of a government's ‘soft power'
Soft power has long referred to things that a government can project abroad. But COVID-19 has connected it to the power that rests with the governed.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 04, 2020

For sports fans, German soccer is the best - and only - game on TV.
Professional sports fans and players globally are watching the relaunch of the German Bundesliga soccer league amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 03, 2020

Was the Swede virus approach best? Chief scientist backtracks.
Sweden's chief epidemiologist, Anders Tegnell, has shown some contrition over the country's hotly debated approach to stay open amid virus: Evidence suggests an early lockdown could have saved more lives. The country will now ramp up both tracing and testing.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 02, 2020

‘The last person to know': What the lockdown means for one deaf driver
Lockdown has been difficult for Uganda's informal workers. But those living with disabilities face unique challenges.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 01, 2020

Nuclear arms control: What happens when US and Russia let it lapse?
With President Trump's decision to pull out of Open Skies, only one nuclear arms control treaty, New START, remains - and it will expire in February.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 01, 2020

Digging up forgotten kingdoms, Saudis unearth ancient identity
For centuries Saudis have lived amid evidence of a rich heritage. But only a recent shift in attitude has allowed them to embrace their past.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 01, 2020

Facing restrictions, Hong Kongers look to 'Plan B': UK passports
For the first time since 1990, Hong Kong police rejected an application to hold a Tiananmen Square vigil. Feeling the pressure from Beijing's increased reach and presence, Hong Kong residents are rushing to apply for British passports.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Jun 01, 2020

Monday Sunrise Briefing: Nationwide protests for accountability
Catch me up on the weekend news: George Floyd protests rocked dozens of U.S. cities and spread globally. A historic rocket launch in Florida.

Christian Science Monitor--world
May 31, 2020

'I can't breathe' protests go global
Burning cars and riot police in the U.S. were featured on the front pages around the globe Sunday, bumping pandemic news to second-tier status.

Christian Science Monitor--world
May 29, 2020

Points of Progress: Conservation projects bear fruit, and more
In good news this week: Endangered amphibians may soon get a boost as scientists perfect conservation technologies, plus more positive headlines.

Christian Science Monitor--world
May 29, 2020

A new stone soup: Idle restaurants fire up to feed the hungry
Cooking for Community of Portland, Maine, saves some jobs as funders enable restaurants and volunteers to make and deliver meals to whoever is hungry.

Christian Science Monitor--world
May 29, 2020

‘Friendliest boundary in the world' divides families in pandemic
The U.S.-Canada border is normally so open that many live lives that span it. But the pandemic has forced its closure, dividing families across it.

Christian Science Monitor--world
May 28, 2020

‘They didn't get to die with dignity': Canada reexamines care for seniors
Alarming concerns about nursing homes that have surfaced in Canada, a country known for its health coverage, have prompted a national soul-searching.

Christian Science Monitor--world
May 28, 2020

Brexit's benefits? How food security prep set up UK for pandemic.
The COVID-19 pandemic tested the U.K.'s food security, but Brexit preparations had already built up the system's strengths - though weaknesses remain.

Christian Science Monitor--world
May 28, 2020

New security laws blur line between Hong Kong and mainland
The territory's pro-Beijing government says new laws on security and the national anthem will not infringe on Hong Kong's freedoms. Japan and other democracies criticized the move. The Trump administration said it no longer regards Hong Kong as autonomous.

Christian Science Monitor--world
May 28, 2020

New security laws blur line between Hong Kong and mainland China
The territory's pro-Beijing government says new laws on security and the national anthem will not infringe on Hong Kong's freedoms. Japan and other democracies criticized the move. The Trump administration said it no longer regards Hong Kong as autonomous.

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