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Secretary of State Mike Pompeo met with a Taliban delegation hours after mortar shells slammed into different parts of Afghanistan's capital, Kabul, on Saturday, killing at least eight people. The mortar barrage came as Pompeo was preparing to meet with representatives of the Afghan government and the Taliban, who are holding talks in the Arabian Gulf nation of Qatar, though progress has been slow. Abdullah Abdullah, the Afghan government's chief negotiator in peace talks, condemned Saturday's attack in a tweet calling it a "cowardly" act. Members of Taliban's peace negotiation team met with US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in the Qatari capital Doha, on Saturday. There have been calls for a cease-fire if peace talks in Doha are to continue.
Persons: Mike Pompeo, Tariq Arian, Pompeo, Zabihullah Mujahid, Akbar Khan, Abdullah Abdullah, Saturday's, Patrick Semansky, Christopher Miller, Miller, Donald Trump's, Jens Stoltenberg, Stoltenberg Organizations: Taliban, NBC News, ISIS, SITE Intelligence Group, NBC, Iranian Embassy, Qatari, Doha, Getty, The U.S, Pentagon, U.S, Capitol, NATO, United, Associated Press Locations: Kabul, Arabian, Qatar, Iranian, AFP, Qatar's, Doha, Afghanistan, U.S, Iraq, United States
FILE PHOTO: Lithuania’s Defense Minister Raimundas Karobli speaks during a meeting with Acting U.S. Defense Secretary Christopher Miller at the Pentagon in nearby Arlington, Virginia, U.S., November 13, 2020. REUTERS/Tom BrennerWASHINGTON (Reuters) - Lithuanian Defense Minister Raimundas Karoblis has tested positive for COVID-19 and Anthony Tata, one of several senior U.S. defense officials who met him at the Pentagon last week, also tested positive on Thursday, the Pentagon said. The Lithuanian embassy told the Pentagon of Karoblis’s positive test on Thursday, it added. All the senior U.S. defense officials who met Karoblis on Nov. 13 and Nov. 16, including Acting Defense Secretary Chris Miller, were tested for COVID-19, the Pentagon said in its statement. Last month almost all of the U.S. military’s Joint Chiefs of Staff went into self-quarantine after two senior military officials who attended a top-level meeting tested positive for COVID-19.
Persons: Raimundas Karobli, Christopher Miller, Tom Brenner WASHINGTON, Raimundas Karoblis, Anthony Tata, Karoblis, Chris Miller, Miller Organizations: Lithuania’s Defense, U.S, Defense, Pentagon, REUTERS, Lithuanian Defense, Lithuanian, Tata, U.S . Centers for Disease Control, military’s, Chiefs, Staff Locations: Arlington , Virginia, U.S, Lithuanian, United States, COVID
The US Navy Secretary's proposal raised eyebrows among observers, who say the plan is a "trial balloon" that is unlikely to garner immediate regional support. Locating a US naval base in Singapore is also seen as a tricky proposition given the island nation's efforts to not take a side between Beijing and Washington. Singapore base? US Navy guided-missile destroyer USS Mustin pier side with ships from the Indian Navy, the South Korean Navy, and the Chinese navy, May 20, 2015. "There is a substantial difference between enabling limited US navy deployment from Singapore, with a rather small footprint, and facilitating a numbered fleet basing," the RSIS' Suorsa said.
Persons: Joe Biden, Collin Koh, Biden, Olli Pekka Suorsa, Koh, John Bradford —, , Kenneth J, Braithwaite, MCS2 Levingston Lewis, Kenneth Braithwaite, Christopher Miller, Mark Esper, Donald Trump, William P, Lawrence, JS, Andres Bonifacio, Trump, David Flewellyn, Lee Hsien Loong, Said Thomas Daniel, Daniel, Suorsa Organizations: US Navy, Visit, United States, Trump, Rajaratnam, of International Studies, Navy, Constellation, MCS2 Levingston Lewis US, Fleet, Seventh Fleet, USNI, Pentagon, Indian Navy, Izumo, JS Murasame, Self, Defense Force, US Seventh Fleet, Fifth, US, Changi Naval Base, US Department of Defence, Malaysia's Institute of Strategic, International, Singapore, China, South Korean Navy, Washington, Nato Locations: Singapore, Beijing, Washington, Asia, China, Southeast Asia, Japan, Baltimore, Harbor, India, Pacific, Kolkata, Philippine, South China, Yokosuka, Pakistan, Bahrain, South Korea, Western, US, RSIS, Bradford
At least 12 senior Trump administration officials have been ousted or have resigned since the President Donald Trump lost his re-election bid. Alongside disputing the 2020 election results and refusing to concede to President-elect Joe Biden two weeks after losing, President Donald Trump has resumed firing senior officials in rapid succession on Twitter. In what appears to be a post-election purge of anyone the president deems disloyal, at least 12 people have been sacked or have resigned from the Trump administration since November 3. November 10:A slew of top Pentagon officials left their posts, just one day after Trump fired Defense Secretary Mark Esper. November 6:Lisa Gordon-Hagerty, head of the National Nuclear Security Administration, which is responsible for safeguarding the nation's nuclear weapons, resigned.
Persons: Donald Trump, Trump, hasn't, Joe Biden, Chris Krebs, who'd, DHS's, Krebs, they've, he's, Biden, Ron Klain, CISA, John McEntee, Bryan Ware, cybersecurity, Valerie Boyd, Mark Esper, Jen Stewart, Alexis Ross, Joseph Kernan, James Anderson, Anderson, Christopher Miller, Richard Pilger, William Barr, Christopher Wray, Gina Haspel, Lisa Gordon, Hagerty, Dan Brouillette, Neil Chatterjee, Bonnie Click Organizations: Trump, Twitter, Infrastructure Security Agency, Democratic, Republicans, GOP, Biden, White, DHS, The Washington Post, Pentagon, Defense, Trump loyalists, Politico, National Counterterrorism, Department, National Nuclear Security Administration, . Defense News, Trump's Energy, Federal Energy Regulatory, US Agency for International Development, White House, CNN Locations: CISA
On Jan. 2, Trump ordered the assassination by drone of one of Iran's most revered military figures, Gen. Qassem Soleimani. A critical and dangerous anniversary is fast approaching, and President Donald Trump is doing little to ease tensions. Trump hasn't conceded, but it seems clear that he will be leaving office, albeit without much grace. (France began withdrawing all its military forces from Iraq in March as the coronavirus began to spread.) Biden's ability to monitor real-time, actionable intelligence developed by U.S. agencies could give him insight into any moves Trump might be contemplating in Iran or Iraq.
Persons: Donald Trump, Trump, Qassem, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, Trump hasn't, Mike Pence, Mike Pompeo, Mark Milley, Christopher Miller, Pompeo, Pompeo hasn't, Courtney Kube, Carol E, Lee, Phillip Smyth, Hassan Rouhani, Joe Biden, Tehran —, Emmanuel Macron, Jean, Yves Le Drian, Le, it's, Biden Organizations: Revolutionary Guard, U.S, The New York Times, Chiefs, The Times, Embassy, NBC, Washington Institute for Near East Locations: United States, Iran, Iraq, Natanz, U.S, Baghdad —, Iraqi, Tehran, Paris, Afghanistan, France
Post-Brexit UK announces military spending boost
  + stars: | 2020-11-18 | by ( Andrew Macaskill | ) + 0.00   time to read: +3 min
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain pledged to end the “era of retreat” by announcing a major increase in military spending, despite the coronavirus crisis pummelling the economy, as it seeks to define its post-Brexit role on the world stage. UK Parliament/Jessica Taylor/Handout via REUTERSPrime Minister Boris Johnson said the extra spending reflected the need to upgrade military capabilities, with plans for a new space command and artificial intelligence agency. The military spending announcement comes just a week after Johnson promised U.S. President-elect Joe Biden that Britain was determined to remain a valuable military ally. Christopher Miller, acting U.S. defense secretary in Trump’s outgoing administration, welcomed the extra spending. Defence Secretary Ben Wallace said the defence spending would not come at the expense of aid.
Persons: Boris Johnson, Jessica Taylor, Handout, Johnson, ” Johnson, Donald Trump, Joe Biden, Britain, Christopher Miller, , spender, Ben Wallace, we’re, ” Wallace Organizations: Britain's, REUTERS, European Union, NATO, Labour’s Party, Conservative, Media, Sky News Locations: Britain, London, United States, Iraq, Afghanistan, France, China, Europe
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain announced its biggest military spending increase since the Cold War on Thursday, pledging to end the “era of retreat” as it seeks a post-Brexit role in a world Prime Minister Boris Johnson warned was more perilous than for decades. Ben Stansall/Pool via REUTERSJohnson said the extra spending reflected the need to upgrade military capabilities even as the COVID-19 pandemic pummels the economy and strains public finances. The defence budget is now just under 42 billion pounds a year. The military spending announcement comes just a week after Johnson promised U.S. President-elect Joe Biden that Britain was determined to remain a valuable military ally. Christopher Miller, acting U.S. defense secretary in Trump’s outgoing administration, welcomed the extra spending.
Persons: Boris Johnson, Ben Stansall, Johnson, ” Johnson, , Donald Trump, Joe Biden, Britain, Christopher Miller, , spender, Ben Wallace, we’re, ” Wallace Organizations: Britain, Britain's, European Union, EU, NATO, Labour Party, Conservative, Sky News Locations: Salisbury, Britain, United States, Iraq, Afghanistan, France, China, Europe, London
“By Jan. 15, 2021, our forces, their size in Afghanistan, will be 2,500 troops. Critics slammed Trump for timing the withdrawal to his own calendar as opposed to some kind of breakthrough in Afghanistan that would justify a major drawdown. Some U.S. military officials had been urging Trump to keep U.S. troop levels at around 4,500 for now. That threat had alarmed U.S. military officials, U.S. allies and lawmakers, who had fiercely opposed an abrupt, unilateral pullout. Violence has been rising throughout Afghanistan, with the Taliban attacking provincial capitals, in some case prompting U.S. airstrikes.
Persons: Donald Trump, Omar Sobhani, Christopher Miller, Trump, Mark Esper, Jan, ” Miller, Mitch McConnell, ” McConnell, Joe Biden, Critics, Mac Thornberry, , , ” Thornberry, Adam Smith, al, Rick Olson, it’s, , Ronald Neumann, Biden, Kenneth McKenzie ,, ” McKenzie Organizations: WASHINGTON, Pentagon, U.S, Afghan National Army, ANA, REUTERS, Reuters, Republicans, Republican, of, Armed, Committee, Democrats, Democrat, Islamic State militants, Taliban, Twitter, U.S ., U.S . Central Command Locations: Afghanistan, America’s, Helmand province, Iraq, al Qaeda, United States, U.S, Pakistan, Kabul, Baghdad
WASHINGTON/NAIROBI (Reuters) - President Donald Trump may withdraw nearly all U.S. troops from Somalia as part of a global pullback that includes reductions of forces in Afghanistan and Iraq, U.S. officials said on Tuesday. The United States has about 700 troops in Somalia focused on helping local forces defeat the al Qaeda-linked al Shabaab insurgency. The mission receives little attention in the United States but is considered a cornerstone of the Pentagon’s global efforts to combat al Qaeda. But he noted al Shabaab poses a danger to East Africa’s security and that the group has staged attacks in Kenya. The United States already pulled out of Somalia’s Bossaso and Galkayo around three weeks ago.
Persons: Donald Trump, Carlos Barria, al, Christopher Miller, Nathan Sales, “ Al Shabaab, , Ahmed Abdullahi Sheikh, , Sheikh, , ” Sheikh Organizations: Defense Department, HHS, White, REUTERS, U.S ., Pentagon, Trump, United, Green Beret, State, U.S, Union Locations: WASHINGTON, NAIROBI, Somalia, Afghanistan, Iraq, U.S, Washington , U.S, United States, al Qaeda, al Shabaab, Kenya, , States, Kismayo, Baledogle, Mogadishu, Somali
Timothy Chacon | Flickr CCWASHINGTON — Acting Pentagon chief Christopher Miller said Tuesday that the United States will reduce its military presence in Afghanistan to 2,500 troops and 2,500 troops in Iraq by Jan. 15. The United States has approximately 4,500 troops currently in Afghanistan and more than 3,000 in Iraq. And ISIS could rebuild in Afghanistan the terror caliphate it lost in Syria and Iraq," the NATO chief said, referring to Islamic State militants. In 2003, NATO joined the international security effort in Afghanistan and currently has more than 7,000 troops in the country. Last week, Miller ascended to the Pentagon's acting Secretary of Defense role after President Donald Trump's sudden termination of Secretary of Defense Mark Esper.
Persons: Timothy Chacon, Christopher Miller, Jan, Miller, General Stoltenberg, Ghani, " Miller, Stoltenberg, Donald Trump's, Defense Mark Esper, Al Qaida, Whitney Houston Organizations: Kandahar Provincial Reconstruction, Public, . Air Force, Staff, Flickr, WASHINGTON —, Pentagon, United, NATO, Islamic, Defense, Department of Defense, 82nd Airborne Division, Task Force, Support Aviation Battalion, Avn, Regiment, Brigade, U.S, Army Locations: Kandahar, Afghanistan, United States, Iraq, Syria, U.S, Nawa, Kandahar Province
US will withdraw troops in Iraq and Afghanistan by January 2021
  + stars: | 2020-11-17 | by ( ) sentiment -0.97   time to read: 1 min
Acting Secretary of Defense Christopher Miller announced that the US will withdraw thousands more US troops from Afghanistan and Iraq by Jan 15, 2021.
Persons: Christopher Miller, Jan Locations: Afghanistan, Iraq
Trump says DHS cybersecurity chief Chris Krebs has been terminated
  + stars: | 2020-11-17 | by ( Amanda Macias | ) + 0.00   time to read: +3 min
In a pair of tweets, Trump said that Krebs gave a "highly inaccurate" statement about the security of the 2020 presidential election. WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump announced Tuesday on Twitter that he has "terminated" top U.S. cybersecurity official Christopher Krebs. U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) Director Christopher Krebs speaks to reporters at CISA’s Election Day Operation Center on Super Tuesday in Arlington, Virginia, U.S., March 3, 2020. "I'm proud of the work we did at CISA," Krebs told NBC News on Tuesday night after the firing. Several sources close to Krebs told NBC News in recent days that it was a matter of "when, not if" Krebs would be fired.
Persons: Krebs, of Homeland Security's, Trump, Joe Biden, Donald Trump, Christopher Krebs, Mark Esper, Christopher Miller, CNBC's Eamon Javers, Christopher Wray, Gina Haspel, Mike Pence, Mike Pompeo Organizations: of Homeland, Infrastructure Security Agency, Twitter, WASHINGTON, Cybersecurity, NBC, NBC News, Trump, National Counterterrorism, FBI, CIA, Department of Homeland Security, U.S Locations: Arlington , Virginia, U.S, CISA
President Donald Trump asked senior advisors to provide him with options for a military strike on Iran last Thursday, according to The New York Times. President Donald Trump last week consulted top advisors on potential options for a military strike on Iran's main nuclear site, The New York Times reported on Monday. "A military strike on Iran would deeply destabilize an already unstable Middle East, with ripple effects across the region, especially in Iraq and Lebanon." "There is no imminent threat that would warrant a military strike." The US and Iran avoided a broader conflict in the aftermath of the Soleimani strike, but tensions remained high.
Persons: Donald Trump, Trump, Joe Biden, Mike Pence, Mike Pompeo, Christopher Miller, Mark, Nader Hashemi, Hashemi, Mark Esper, Obama, Iran's, Qassem Soleimani, Hassan Hassan Organizations: The New York Times, New York Times, Times, Joint Chiefs, Center for Middle East Studies, University of Denver, Trump, Center for Global Policy Locations: Iran, Iraq, Lebanon, Washington, Tehran, catalyzing, Persian, US
WASHINGTON — In his first message to U.S. military forces, acting Pentagon chief Chris Miller said he was "weary of war" and that it was time to end America's conflicts in the Middle East. On Monday, Miller ascended to the Pentagon's acting Secretary of Defense role after President Donald Trump's sudden termination of Secretary of Defense Mark Esper. "We are not a people of perpetual war — it is the antithesis of everything for which we stand for which our ancestors fought. All wars must end," he added, writing that the U.S. was "on the verge of defeating Al Qaida and its associates." Now, it's time to come home," Miller wrote.
Persons: Christopher Miller, WASHINGTON —, Chris Miller, Miller, Donald Trump's, Defense Mark Esper, Al Qaida Organizations: National Counterterrorism Center, Senate Homeland Security, Governmental Affairs, Pentagon, Defense, Department of Defense Locations: Washington, WASHINGTON, U.S
In recent days, President Donald Trump has shaken up Pentagon leadership, firing his defense secretary and installing several officials seen as loyalists. AP Photo/Patrick SemanskyTrump's motives for the Pentagon shakeup are unclear, but it has created a great deal of unease within the building. Is there a broader plan to enact policy changes that Trump could tout in his final days as commander in chief? Swift and radical changes in Trump's final 10 weeks are unlikely in a building that prides itself on exhaustive planning. Fulfilling the goal of pulling all troops out could be Trump's final fist pump as commander in chief.
Persons: Donald Trump, Mark Milley, Milley, Mark Esper, Esper's, Christopher Miller, — Trump, , Patrick Semansky, Trump, Esper, Joe Biden, Swift, Joseph Dunford, Obama, Miller, Anthony Tata, Ezra Cohen, Watnick, James Anderson, Joseph Kernan, Kash Patel, Douglas MacGregor, Ryan McCarthy, James McConville Organizations: Trump, Pentagon, Joint Chiefs, Staff, Army, National Cemetery, AP, Marine, Islamic, Esper, Defense Department, Space Force, Confederate, NATO, National Counterterrorism, Army Green Beret, National Museum of, US Army Locations: WASHINGTON, Esper, Syria, Afghanistan, America, Fort Belvoir , Virginia
Washington (CNN) Seven military members of a peacekeeping force in Egypt, including five Americans, were killed when a helicopter crashed in the southern Sinai Peninsula, the coalition force announced Thursday. One American survived the crash, which happened in the vicinity of Sharm el-Sheikh, the coalition said in a statement. The coalition initially reported that seven military members had been killed, then said eight had been killed before once again stating the death toll was seven. The helicopter crash Thursday morning was "caused by technical issues" and involved a Black Hawk helicopter that was a supplying mission of the Multinational Force and Observers (MFO), the Czech Defense Ministry said. Acting US Defense Secretary Christopher Miller confirmed the deaths of the Americans on Twitter and said the Defense Department is "saddened" by their loss.
Persons: Christopher Miller, Read Organizations: Washington, CNN, Seven, American, Israel Defense Forces, Hawk, Multinational Force, Observers, Czech Defense Ministry, US, Twitter, Defense Department Locations: Egypt, Sinai, Sharm el
Replacing Jen Stewart, the chief of staff to the Defense secretary, is Kash Patel, a member of the National Security Council. Over their careers each has contributed greatly to the national defense and the future of the Department of Defense. We wish them the best in their next endeavors," acting Secretary of Defense Christopher Miller said in a statement. The Acting Secretary of Defense has delegated the responsibilities of the Under Secretary of Defense for Policy to Mr. Anthony Tata. Over their careers each has contributed greatly to the national defense and the future of the Department of Defense.
Persons: Trump, Tata, Barack Obama, James Anderson's, Anthony Tata, Ezra Cohen, Watnick, Kash Patel, Donald Trump, Joe Biden, WASHINGTON —, Defense Mark Esper, Defense Department . Cohen, Joseph Kernen, Michael Flynn, Cohen, Flynn, Jeff Sessions, Sessions, Jen Stewart, Patel, Devin Nunes, Anderson, Admiral Kernan, Christopher Miller, Miller, Esper, — you've, Chris Miller, Defense David Norquist, James Anderson, Joseph Kernan, Thomas Williams, Kernan, Ralph Cacci, Stewart, Defense Miller Organizations: Tata, Army, Trump, Fox News, Defense Department, Pentagon, WASHINGTON, Defense, White House, National Security, Department, Department of Defense, Twitter, National Counterterrorism Center, Military, Counter Terrorism, Intelligence, Staff, Policy, Security, National Security Council Locations: America's, Esper
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump said on Monday he had “terminated” Defense Secretary Mark Esper, signaling he may use his final months in office after defeat at the polls to settle scores within his administration. “The abrupt firing of Secretary Esper is disturbing evidence that President Trump is intent on using his final days in office to sow chaos in our American Democracy and around the world,” said House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi. “He can’t control his impulses or temper and he demands loyalty to him over policy, constitution or anything else,” Frymer said. Esper’s predecessor, Jim Mattis, quit in 2018 over policy differences with Trump, including on Syria. Michael O’Hanlon at the Brookings Institute think-tank said he did not believe Trump was likely to embark on a damaging shakeup of U.S. national security policy despite firing Esper.
Persons: Donald Trump, Mark Esper, Trump, George Floyd, Trump’s, Joe Biden, Esper, , Nancy Pelosi, Adam Smith, ” Trump, Christopher Miller, “ Mark Esper, Miller, , Mark Meadows, ” Esper, Paul Frymer, Anthony Fauci, ” Frymer, Jim Mattis, Alexander Vindman, Michael O’Hanlon, ” O’Hanlon Organizations: WASHINGTON, , American Democracy, House Armed Services Committee, Twitter, National Counterterrorism Center, White, Pentagon, Defense Department, Princeton University, National Institute of Allergy, Trump, NATO, Brookings Institute Locations: Minneapolis, , Esper, Syria, Mattis
Trump says Defense Secretary Mark Esper has been 'terminated'
  + stars: | 2020-11-09 | by ( Amanda Macias | ) + 0.00   time to read: +4 min
WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump announced Monday on Twitter that he has "terminated" Defense Secretary Mark Esper, replaced by Christopher C. Miller, director of the National Counterterrorism Center. US Secretary of Defense Mark Esper at the Pentagon on March 05, 2020 in Arlington, Virginia. "I would say if he loses confidence in Secretary Esper I'm sure you all will be the first to know. As of right now, Secretary Esper is still Secretary Esper, and should the president lose faith, we will all learn about that in the future," McEnany said at the time. His tenure followed the resignations of Trump's first secretary of Defense, James Mattis, and then-acting Secretary Patrick Shanahan.
Persons: Donald Trump, Mark Esper, Christopher C, Miller, Trump, Christopher Miller, Joshua Roberts, Esper, CNBC's Eamon Javers, Christopher Wray, Gina Haspel, Defense Mark Esper, Yasin Ozturk, Kayleigh McEnany, McEnany, Esper I'm, Trump's, James Mattis, Patrick Shanahan, Andrew Harrer Organizations: WASHINGTON, Twitter, National Counterterrorism Center, Pentagon, Defense, CNBC, U.S . Army, Special Operations, Biden, Senate Homeland Security, Governmental Affairs, Washington , D.C, Bloomberg, Getty, NBC, FBI, CIA, Trump, National Guard, Anadolu Agency, White, Army, of Defense Locations: America's, Washington ,, Arlington , Virginia, U.S
Defense Secretary Mark Esper was "terminated" from his position, bringing lawmakers who serve on the Armed Services Committees and those with prior military service sound the alarm on Capitol Hill. Defense Secretary Mark Esper was "terminated" from his position on Monday afternoon, prompting lawmakers who serve on the Armed Services Committees and those with prior military service to sound the alarm. "President Trump's decision to fire Secretary Esper out of spite is not just childish, it's also reckless. Republican Rep. Mac Thornberry of Texas, the ranking member on the House Armed Services Committee, applauded Esper's service "under very challenging circumstances." Esper, Trump's fifth defense secretary, was fired after weeks of speculation on his future.
Persons: Mark Esper, Adam Smith of, Smith, Biden, Trump's, Esper, it's, Trump, Nancy Pelosi, Pelosi, Seth Moulton of, Stephan Savoia, Moulton, Milley, Mark Milley, Republican Sen, Jim Inhofe, Mac Thornberry, Esper's, Thornberry, Mark Meadows, Christopher Miller, Organizations: Armed Services Committees, Hill, Lawmakers, Democratic, House Armed Services Committee, Capitol, Pentagon, American Democracy, Seth Moulton of Massachusetts, AP, Democrat, Marine Corps, Armed Forces, Joint Chiefs, Staff, Joint Chiefs of Staff, US Army, Republican, Senate Armed Service Committee, White, National Counterterrorism Locations: Adam Smith of Washington, Seth Moulton of Massachusetts, Texas
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