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Coldplay To Join Beyonce For Super Bowl Show
Coldplay To Join Beyonce For Super Bowl Show

British band Coldplay will be among some of music's biggest names when they make their Super Bowl debut at the half-time stage in front of a 100-million strong audience tonight. Lady Gaga has been confirmed to sing the US national anthem before the game kicks off, and Beyonce and Bruno Mars will

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  • Celebrity Big Brother 2016: Stephanie breaks down after leaving house amid Jeremy 'cheating' rumours

    Barely 24 hours after she left the Celebrity Big Brother house it appears there's already drama brewing for Stephanie Davis. The ex-Hollyoaks actress has had a tumultuous time on the realty TV show, having found herself caught in a love triangle after falling for fellow housemate Jeremy McConnell, despite being in a relationship with model Sam Reece. After Jeremy was evicted the 23-year-old pined for him.

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  • EastEnders to recast role of 'mummy's boy' Johnny Carter

    EastEnders is to recast the role of Johnny Carter, the BBC has said.

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  • Pakistan police arrest six over child wedding

    Police have arrested six people accused of arranging the marriage of a seven-year-old boy and six-year-old girl in eastern Pakistan, officials said Saturday.

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  • Guernsey cannot take in Syrians due to 'Islamophobia': minister

    The Channel Island of Guernsey could not take in any of the Syrian refugees flooding Europe due to "Islamophobia" in the British dependency, its chief minister said.

    • AFP
  • 2,000-year-old Roman roads discovered in northern England countryside

    Archaeologists have mapped hundreds of kilometres of Roman roads that have been lost for thousands of years. The roads were discovered using data from Environment Agency's laser mapping technology called LIDAR (Light Detection and Ranging). The roads helped Roman squads conquer and control a large region of northern England, including Lancashire, Yorkshire and Cumbria.

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  • IRS Announces E-File Opens on Jan 19th

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  • David Bowie's widow Iman posts 'love and gratitude' message as she ends silence

    David Bowie's widow Iman has broken her silence on social media for the first time since his death.

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  • Blast Which Sucked Man Out Of Plane Was A Bomb

    An explosion which tore a hole in a passenger plane was caused by a bomb designed to kill everyone on board, the Somalian government has confirmed.

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  • North Korea Launches Long-Range Rocket

    North Korea has defied international warnings and launched a long-range rocket carrying what it has said is a satellite. The rocket took off at around 9am Pyongyang time from the North's west coast, according to South Korea's defence ministry. Japan's NHK broadcaster reported that debris from the rocket was believed to have fallen about 155 miles (250km) off the southwest coast of the Korean Peninsula into the East China Sea about 14 minutes after the launch.

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  • This home security system is bizarre—but it works.

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  • Many social housing tenants 'will be unable to afford market rents'

    Thousands of families face being forced out of council homes and will be unable to afford an alternative property in the same region under Government plans to end subsidised rents for high-earners, according to new research.

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  • Two Injured As Explosion Blows Hole In Jet

    A passenger jet was forced to make an emergency landing after an explosion blew a gaping hole in its fuselage.

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  • Bhutan's royal couple announce birth of baby prince

    Bhutan's royal couple on Saturday announced the birth of their first child, a baby prince, delighting the remote Himalayan kingdom where the monarchy is revered.

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  • Saudi won't dare send troops to Syria: Iran

    Saudi Arabia wouldn't dare send ground troops to war-torn Syria, the chief of Iran's elite Revolutionary Guards said Saturday, after Riyadh opened up the possibility of such a deployment.

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  • Banks Are Worried Homeowners Will Do This.

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  • Is our Milky Way galaxy a zombie, already dead and we don't know it?

    Like a zombie, the Milky Way galaxy may already be dead but it still keeps going. Galaxies like the Milky Way and Andromeda do so very, very slowly over billions of years. How and why galaxies "quench" their star formation and change their morphology, or shape, is one of the big questions in extragalactic astrophysics.

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  • Germany: Teenager finds $19k gold bar in Alpine lake

    A teenager who found a 500 gram bar of gold while swimming in an Alpine lake in Germany has been told she can keep it. The gold bar, which is 6cm and weighs 17.6 ounces making it worth about $19,000. In 2015, two treasure hunters Piotr Koper and Andreas Richter claimed they found the location of a Nazi train full of gold and gems in Poland.

    • International Business Times
  • UK-bound Iranian migrants rescued from small boat in Channel

    Four Iranian migrants making a rare attempt to reach Britain by boat from France on Saturday were rescued in the nick of time after their vessel took on water and was close to capsizing, officials said.

    • AFP
  • Mysterious lights spotted hovering over Russia sky sparks UFO sighting rumours

    A cluster of mysterious lights hovering over Moscow has sparked Unidentified Flying Objects (UFO) sighting rumours in the country. The video, which has so far been viewed by more than 97,000 people, was originally posted by a user called Timur. In the video, the suspicious objects can be seen flying in a peculiar manner sparking speculation that the objects can be a cluster of UFOs.

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  • 10 Cards for People Who Have Great Credit

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  • David Cameron faces grassroots backlash over EU referendum

    David Cameron faced a Tory grassroots revolt over the European Union referendum, with local party chiefs complaining about his direction to MPs not to worry about their views on Brussels.

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  • Moment Gunmen Open Fire At Boxing Weigh-In At Hotel

    A video shows the moment gunmen with AK-47s open fire at a boxing weigh-in at a Dublin hotel, forcing one of the fighters and members of the public - including children - to run for their lives.

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  • Tennessee boy, 11, guilty of killing neighbour, 8, after she refused to bring him her puppies

    An 11-year-old boy from Tennessee has been found guilty of murdering his eight-year-old neighbour after she refused to bring him her puppies. The boy will now spend at least the next eight years at a juvenile facility after he shot and killed MaKayla Dyer outside her home in Tennessee. Benjamin Nicolas Tiller shot the girl with a 12-gauge shotgun on 2 October, 2015.

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  • Zika virus: Why don't we wipe mosquitoes off the face of the Earth?

    Zika is transmitted by a mosquito vector Aedes aegypti, a pan-global tropical species already well known for spreading diseases such as yellow and dengue fever. Female Anopheles mosquitoes carry the parasite that causes up to 500 million cases of malaria a year while the Asian Tiger Mosquito, Ades albopictus, spreads dengue fever and the chikugunya virus. Mosquitoes have been ready vectors for emergent diseases such as West Nile virus and now Zika.

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  • The Big Bang Theory season 9 episode 15 preview: How will Sheldon and Amy celebrate Valentine's Day?

    Valentine's Day has been a special day for Sheldon Cooper and Amy Farrah Fowler, as it was on this day in season 8 that Sheldon finally said those three magical words — I love you — to Amy. The Big Bang Theory season 9's all new episode will find Shamy (Sheldon and Amy) spending the special day hosting a live Valentine's Day episode of Fun with Flags.

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  • Anti-Islam movement PEGIDA stages protests across Europe

    Germany's anti-Islam PEGIDA movement staged rallies in several cities across Europe on Saturday to protest against the arrival of hundreds of thousands of migrants from the Middle East and Africa. The movement, whose name stands for Patriotic Europeans Against the Islamisation of the West, originated in the eastern German city of Dresden in 2014, with supporters seizing on a surge in asylum seekers to warn that Germany risks being overrun by Muslims. After almost fizzling out early last year, the movement has regained momentum amid deepening public unease over whether Germany can cope with the 1.1 million migrants who arrived in the country during 2015.

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  • 'Iconic' Red Ferrari Sells For Over £24m

    A rare and historic Ferrari has sold for €32m (£24.7m) at an auction in Paris, breaking the world record for the most expensive car sold in euros. But the final purchase price was inflated to €32m (£24.7m) by what's called a "premium" price, an additional fee leveraged by some auction houses to cover logistical costs. Matthieu Lamoure, managing director of Artcurial Motorcars Auction House, which organised the sale, said: "I'm so happy because this is effectively the world record of the history for a car sold in euros.

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  • iPhone 5se: Bright pink iPod Touch-like shade variant expected at Apple 15 March event

    The much awaited iPhone 5se, Apple's 4-inch upgrade version of the iPhone 5s expected to be launched at the 15 March Apple event is now said to get a bright pink colour variant. Japanese site Mac Otakara through their third-party vendors confirmed that the bright pink option is not the same as the rose gold shade offered for the iPhone 6S. When the iPhone 6S was due to be launched, a similar rumour of a bright pink shade had made the rounds, but it turned out to be rose gold, which is a subtle metallic shade of pinkish gold.

    • International Business Times
  • Powerful Tactical Flashlight Flying Off Shelves!

    This new tactical flashlight was just released to the public and is flying off shelves in the United States. Limited supplies left, act quick!

  • Watson the top draw as stars sold at IPL auction

    Australian all-rounder Shane Watson received the highest bid of $1.4 million while banished England star Kevin Pietersen was sold to a new franchise at a glitzy Indian Premier League auction Saturday.

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  • X-Files Revival Will End On A Cliffhanger

    The X-Files writer and creator Chris Carter has revealed the new series will end on a cliffhanger. Stars Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny have reunited for six episodes , nearly 14 years after series nine of the cult TV show, famous for its "The Truth Is Out There" slogan, concluded.

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  • Nigerians have image problem abroad, hampers emigration to West - president

    Nigerians have an image problem abroad which makes it difficult to emigrate to the West, but they can stay at home where their services are needed, President Muhammadu Buhari was quoted as saying by a British newspaper on Saturday. A former army ruler from the 1980s who returned to power as a civilian after winning an election in March last year, Buhari has the image of an ascetic disciplinarian keen to tackle his country's persistent problems with crime and corruption. "Some Nigerians' claim is that life is too difficult back home," he was quoted as telling the Daily Telegraph newspaper.

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  • Merkel urges better protection of EU external borders

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel called on Saturday for better protection at the European Union's external borders in order to maintain the passport-free Schengen zone. Failing to protect the EU's external borders would jeopardise free movement of people which is the basis for the bloc's wealth, Merkel added. In particular, the protection of external borders is not turning out very well where the EU has sea borders, she said, referring indirectly to Greece, which has seen a huge influx of migrants and refugees coming in over water via Turkey, without mentioning the country by name.

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  • Buying Medigap Plan F? Read This First

    Plan F is the most popular Medicare Supplement plan, but there's another Medigap option you should consider.

  • Somali plane hit by bomb, meant to kill all on board - minister

    A blast that punched a hole in the fuselage of a plane this week was caused by a bomb meant to kill everyone on board, Somalia's minister for transport and aviation said on Saturday. One passenger died and two were injured in the explosion on the Airbus A321, operated by Somali company Daallo Airlines. United States investigators believe the attack was carried out by Somali Islamist militant group al Shabaab, but there has been no comment from the organisation.

    • Reuters
  • Turkey seizes unsafe boats intended for refugees: reports

    Turkish police seized almost 50 unsafe boats destined for migrants wanting to cross the Aegean Sea to Greece, in the latest crackdown on businesses exploiting refugees in western Turkey, reports said Saturday.

    • AFP
  • Not just for smoking: The strangest uses for cannabis

    Calls to legalise cannabis are slowly being answered as more countries and US states start allowing the legal sale and consumption of the drug, though Uruguay is still the only country where marijuana is an entirely legal product. As legalisation becomes more possible to more countries, the uses of cannabis as not just a recreational drug as starting to come further to the front. During the second world war, hemp was so needed that the US government issued a film called Hemp for Victory, encouraging farmers to grow more.

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  • New year, new travel: more Chinese choose tourism over tradition

    While hundreds of millions of his Chinese compatriots pack into planes, trains, and automobiles to return to their ancestral homes for the Lunar New Year celebration, Zhang Hao, 30, is getting as far away as he can.

    • AFP
  • Ever Googled Someone? Do A "Deep Search" Instead

    Entering a Name and State on this site could reveal info you thought wasn't available. Have you searched yourself or someone you know yet?

  • 160MW capacity solar power plant unveiled in Morocco

    Morocco has moved a step further towards sustainable energy future by unveiling one of the largest solar plants in the world. The plant, named Noor 1, is the first phase of the Noor project, which is touted to be world's largest concentrated solar power plant by its makers. The Noor 1 concentrated solar power (CSP) plant, located some 20km outside the central Moroccan town of Ouarzazate, was opened on 4 February by King Mohammed VI of Morocco.

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  • Apollo 14 Astronaut Edgar Mitchell Dies

    Apollo 14 astronaut Edgar Mitchell, who was the sixth man to walk on the moon, has died in Florida, aged 85. Mitchell's 1971 mission with two fellow astronauts, the third US lunar landing, restored wavering public faith in NASA after the failure of Apollo 13. The spaceman passed away on Thursday night at a hospice in West Palm Beach following a short illness, his daughter, Kimberly Mitchell, said.

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  • Chinese New Year 2016: How to celebrate the year of the monkey

    People around the world are preparing to celebrate the Chinese New Year, which falls on Monday 8 February this year. Ahead of the Lunar New Year, we look at traditional ways to celebrate the year of the monkey.

    • International Business Times
  • Five Skiers Killed In 'Massive' Alps Avalanche

    Five skiers from the Czech Republic have been killed after a "massive" avalanche at an Austrian resort in the Alps. A police spokesman said the avalanche in the Tyrol region buried 17 people. Two other skiers have been injured and 10 people were rescued unhurt, police spokesman Helmut Schuetz said.

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  • Why Women Love This New Shopping Site

    This site features names like Coach, SmashBox, and Kate Spade - and unlike Amazon or Gilt it's fast, fun and really exciting.

  • Australian Grandmother Freed By Al Qaeda

    An Australian woman kidnapped with her husband by al Qaeda fighters in Burkina Faso has been freed. Jocelyn and Ken Elliott, both in their 80s, were abducted in the north of the West African country, near the border with Mali, last month. Mrs Elliott stood with Niger's President Mahamadou Issoufou at a news conference in Dosso, southwestern Niger, as officials said they were intensifying efforts to secure the release of her surgeon husband.

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  • Surge in patients waiting for 12 hours in A&E fuels NHS crisis fears

    Some 124,000 patients had to wait in accident and emergency departments in England for at least 12 hours last year, according to an investigation.

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  • Dutch 'no' on Ukraine pact would force rethink, minister says

    By Thomas Escritt AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - The Dutch government would be obliged to reconsider its position on an EU pact establishing closer ties with Ukraine if it loses an upcoming referendum on the issue, the country's foreign minister said, but he stopped short of saying a "no" vote would scupper the treaty. The referendum is not binding, but most Dutch parties have said they would respect a rejection by voters, which could plunge the European Union into crisis when tensions with Russia run higher than at any time since the Cold War. Speaking to reporters on Saturday, Foreign Minister Bert Koenders rejected claims by opponents of the association agreement that it was a first step toward EU membership for war-torn Ukraine, which is battling Moscow-backed rebels in its East.

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  • British Pompeii: Unique finds at Bronze Age settlement destroyed by fire 3,000 years ago

    The UK's 'best preserved Bronze Age dwellings' were discovered in 1999 at Must Farm quarry in Cambridgeshire, dating to back to around 1000BC. The finds have been described as "unique" by David Gibson of the Cambridge Archaeological Unit, who is heading up the excavation. Two or three circular wooden houses have been unearthed, which were built on stilts and made up a settlement which was destroyed by fire more than 3,000 years ago.

    • International Business Times
  • Insane Navy Seal Flashlight, should it be banned?

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  • Julian Assange: UN decision reveals European democracies' disdain for law

    Yesterday, following nearly two years of deliberation, a prominent panel of the world's top legal body at the United Nations confirmed what many observers have long suspected: dissident publisher and founder of WikiLeaks Julian Assange is being arbitrarily detained by the UK and Swedish governments. The 17-page opinion of the UN Working Group on Arbitrary Detention (WGAD) accords with the UN's Human Rights Council stated brief of "independent fact-finding and monitoring" of alleged human rights violations. The WGAD's decision is monitory democracy in action.

    • International Business Times
  • Huth sends Leicester clear, Spurs go second

    Leicester City's fairytale season scaled new heights on Saturday as they opened up a five-point lead at the Premier League summit by winning 3-1 at title rivals Manchester City.

    • AFP
  • Jessica Alba's Honest Company reportedly working with Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley on IPO

    Honest Company, a retailer of products ranging from natural baby products to beauty items and home cleaning, is planning to get listed. The company co-founded by celebrity actress Jessica Alba in 2011 is working on an initial public offering (IPO) with financial advisers, Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley, according to sources. While the sources did not want to be named because the plans were private, it is understood that Brian Lee, chief executive officer and co-founder at the company has been discussing the listing plans since at least 2014.

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  • Fear the Walking Dead season 2 teaser reveals more zombies, Travis in action and a crashing plane

    The first teaser of Fear the Walking Dead season 2 is out and it looks amazing. The filming for the Walking Dead companion series is going on in the Baja peninsula in Mexico at Baja Studios. The teaser is packed with zombies, gun battles, lead characters covered in blood, some intense emotional moments from Travis Manawa (Cliff Curtis) and last but not the least a crashing plane.

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  • Body of Italian student found in Cairo repatriated to Rome

    The body of a 28-year-old Italian student who had disappeared in Cairo last week and was found dead was repatriated on Saturday to Italy which has launched an investigation into his death.

    • AFP
  • Romania asks UNESCO to protect planned open-cast goldmine site

    Romania has asked the UN cultural agency UNESCO to give world heritage list status to a village where a Canadian firm is battling to locate a controversial open-cast goldmine.

    • AFP
  • Pro-Refugee Demonstrators Rally in Dublin as Pegida Marches Planned Worldwide

    With a series of rallies planned across Europe on February 6 by anti-refugee group PEGIDA, protesters turned out in opposition with pro-refugee banners and slogans. In Dublin, Ireland, hundreds rallied on O’Connell Street, waving pro-refugee and anti-racism banners. Ireland’s police force, An Garda Síochána, kept the anti-racism protesters apart from the Pegida group. Credit: Razan Ibraheem

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  • Five Czechs killed as huge Austrian avalanche buries 17

    Five Czech skiers were killed in a huge avalanche that swept away their group of 17 in the Austrian skiing region of Tyrol on Saturday, police said. The avalanche, which the regional TV station ORF Tirol said was 2 km (1.25 miles) wide and 5 m (16 feet) deep, came down shortly after noon at the Wattener Lizum region, about 40 km (25 miles) southeast of Innsbruck. The entire skiing region had been on a 'level three' avalanche alert, out of a maximum five, and several avalanches were also reported elsewhere.

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  • Rail enthusiasts' memories sought as Flying Scotsman returns

    Former fireman John Morgan said he is looking forward to seeing the Flying Scotsman steaming between London and York again this month as he recalls shovelling hundreds of tonnes of coal into its firebox.

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  • Super Bowl: San Francisco’s Castro Gets Ready

    Hi Tops is like any other sports bar in San Francisco on the eve of the Super Bowl: bedecked in beery flags, aglow from the action on several television screens. The bar is on Market Street, just a couple miles uphill from where tourists have been flocking to the corporate sinkhole that has been Super Bowl City.

    • Newsweek UK
  • $200 Military Flashlight Surplus Dumped

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  • Syrian president's mother Anissa Assad dies aged 86

    The mother of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, Anissa Makhlouf al-Assad, died on Saturday at the age of 86, state media reported.

    • AFP
  • Ireland has third highest cancer death rate across EU

    Ireland has the third highest cancer death rate in the European Union, according to a Eurostat report. Around 30% of all deaths in the country are caused by cancer as against 26% across EU, the report reveals. Cancer can be treated once it is diagnosed early," he said.

    • International Business Times
  • Wigan Repel Fightback From Determined Dragons

    Wigan saw off a second-half fightback from Catalans Dragons as they ground out a 12-6 win in the opening round of Super League. Michael McIlorum scored two tries to give the Warriors a 10-0 lead at half-time at the DW Stadium on Friday night, and though Dragons hit back with a try of their own within three minutes of the start of the second half, the visitors were unable to orchestrate a famous fightback in their first outing of the new campaign. Matty Smith then added a penalty to close out a game that was plagued by poor weather from the outset.

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  • Syrian Kurds begin diplomatic push with Moscow office

    Syrian Kurdish separatists have announced plans to open "representation" offices in several capitals, starting next week with Damascus regime ally Moscow, an official told AFP on Saturday.

    • AFP
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  • Drumcondra hotel shooting: Gardaí say six-man gang carried out raid

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