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"The Belarusian government knows very well that these people are not tourists, but that they are going to the Polish border." Several migrants near the border told Reuters that Belarusian border guards helped them try to cross into Poland or turned a blind eye when they did so. Hussein al-Asil is an Iraqi based in Ankara who provides travel services to would-be tourists and migrants. 'EVERY DAY FRIENDS LEAVE'Once migrants arrive in Minsk, most move quickly to the border. Some migrants who made it to Poland said they were beaten by Belarusian border guards and chased back and forth across the frontiers.
Persons: Kacper, Kamaran Mohammed, Mohammed, Alexander Lukashenko, Lukashenko, Hussein, Asil, Umm Malak, Fabrice Leggeri, Said Sadiq, Warzer Ibrahim, Ibrahim, Charlotte Bruneau, Joanna Plucinska, Yara Abi Nader, Ako Rasheed, Ali Sultan, Alan Charlish, Abdallah Issam, Natalia Zinets, Dmitry Antonov, Andrius, Mike Collett Organizations: REUTERS, State, EU EU, Minsk SULAIMANIYA, European Union, Reuters, West, European, EU, Belavia, Turkish Airlines, Cham Wings Airlines, Polish Border Guard, Frontex, Andrius Sytas, White, Thomson Locations: Poland, Belarus, Nomiki, Middle, Russia, Iraq, HAJNOWKA, Minsk, Iraqi, Sulaimaniya, Belarusian, Polish, EU, Moscow, Lithuania, Turkey, Russian, Syria, Europe, Ankara, Asil, Istanbul, Brussels, Baghdad, Yemen, Bialystok, East, Kurdistan, Suleimaniya, Hajnowka, Warsaw, Beirut, Kyiv, Vilnius
REUTERS/Ari JalalBAGHDAD, Oct 8 (Reuters) - Soldiers, prisoners and displaced people voted in special early polls in Iraq on Friday as the country prepared for a Sunday general election where turnout will show how much faith voters have left in a still young democratic system. Many Iraqis say they will not vote, having watched established parties they do not trust sweep successive elections and bring little improvement to their lives. Friday's early ballot included voting among the population of more than one million people who are still displaced from the battle against Islamic State. "Politicians visited us before the last election (in 2018) and promised to help us return to our towns. The reality, according to many Iraqis, Western diplomats and analysts, is that the bigger, more established parties will sweep the vote once again.
Persons: Ari Jalal BAGHDAD, Saddam Hussein's, Umm Amir, We've, Mustafa al, John Davison, Ahmed Rasheed, Frances Kerry Organizations: REUTERS, Islamic, Thomson Locations: Iraq's, Duhok, Iraq, Islamic State, Iran, Baghdad
Frozen meat company Steak-umm fired off a tweetstorm Thursday about, in part, misinformation. The likes of Facebook and Twitter, tasked with policing false info, could take a cue from Steak-umm's insight. And Facebook, Twitter, and Google should take notes. Steak-umm didn't name any names in its thread, but the challenges it discussed have been faced by Facebook, Google, and Twitter for years. It's perhaps not completely surprising that a meat corporation is schooling the internet on the spread of false information.
Persons: Donald Trump, It's Organizations: Facebook, Twitter, Service, Google Locations: Pennsylvania
Organ donations bring hope after Jewish-Arab strife in Israel
  + stars: | 2021-05-27 | by ( )   time to read: +1 min
While fighting Palestinian militants in Gaza this month, a shaken Israel grappled with an eruption of violence on city streets between Jews and the country's Arab minority. Muhammad Mahammid Kiwan, 17, died in the northern Arab town of Umm al-Fahm during clashes with Israeli riot police. The Jewish man's kidney went to Randa Aweis, a 59-year-old Palestinian woman from Jerusalem, an outcome they warmly embraced. Kiwan's family also agreed that the Arab youth's organs should be transplanted to help others. Back at home making stuffed grapes, Aweis, who had waited years for a new kidney, said: "I was shocked.
Persons: Yigal Yehoshua, Muhammad Mahammid Kiwan, Yehoshua's, Randa, Aweis, Efraim, Umm, Muhammad Kiwan's, Mahmoud Organizations: Thomson Locations: Gaza, Israel, Lod, Tel Aviv, Umm, Jerusalem
They Were Only Children
  + stars: | 2021-05-26 | by ( Mona El-Naggar | Adam Rasgon | Mona Boshnaq | )   time to read: +15 min
“The pain for our family is indescribable.”They Were Only ChildrenHussein Hamad, 11Ibrahim Hassanain, 16Muhammad Suleiman, 15Hamza Ali, 12Mina Sharir, 2, and Lina Sharir, 15, sistersNearly all of the children killed were Palestinian. Samar Abu Elouf for The New York TimesWhile most of the children were Palestinians killed by Israeli airstrikes, there are exceptions. At least two of the children killed in Gaza — Baraa al-Gharabli and Mustafa Obaid — may have been killed when Palestinian militants fired a rocket at Israel that fell short, according to an initial investigation by Defense for Children International-Palestine. And one of the children killed in Israel, Nadine Awad, was Palestinian. Samar Abu Elouf for The New York Times“Gaza is already a very violent and terrorizing experience for children because they are under constant military rule,” said Karl Schembri, a spokesman for the Norweigian Refugee Council, which runs a psychotherapy and education program for children in Gaza.
Persons: Baraa, Gharabli, Mustafa Obaid, — Yazan, Masri, Marwan al, Rahaf al, Ibrahim al, , , Mukhlis al, Hussein Hamad, Ibrahim Hassanain, Muhammad Suleiman, Hamza Ali, Mina Sharir, Lina Sharir, Beit Hanoun, Samar Abu Elouf, Ola Abu Hasaballah, Nadine Awad, Ismail Arafat, Nadine, Sirin Slameh, Slameh, Arafat, ” Zaid Talbani, Miriam Talbani, Hala Rifi, Bashar Samour, Mustafa Obaid —, Ido Avigal, Shani Avigal, Avigal, , ” “, Hamada, Ammar al, Khan Younis, Atiya, Hamada’s, ” Mahmoud Tolbeh, Hamed Tolbeh, ” Mr, Tolbeh, Mahmoud, Nagham, Nagham Tolbeh, Yahya Khalifa, Mazen Khalifa, Amir Tanani, Ahmad Tanani, Ismail Tanani, Adham Tanani, Khaled Qanou, Ahmad, Raji Sourani, don’t, Awad, Lina Issa, Fawziya Abu Faris, Nasr, Nasser Abu Faris, Muhammad Abu Dayyeh, Hoor, Ibrahim, Muhammad, Zain, Attar, Amira al, Islam al, Muhammad al, Abdullah Jouda, Karl Schembri, Mr, Schembri, ” Butheina, Abdullah al, Yahya al, Hadidi, Osama, ” Abdurrahman, aunt’s, Yamen Abu Hatab, Bilal Abu Hatab, Miriam Abu Hatab, Yousef Abu Hatab, Abu Hatab, The New York Times Mohammad Bhar, Yara, Rula, Zaid al, Qusai, Adam al, Ahmad al, Hana, Waseem, The New York Times Dima, Rami al, Yazan, Ifranji, Mira, Amir al, Dana Ishkontana, Lana Ishkontana, Raed Ishkontana, Yahya Ishkontana, Zain Ishkontana, Ishkontana, Riad Ishkontana, Tala Abu Alouf, Ayman Abu Elouf, Alaa Abu Elouf, Tawfiq Abu Alouf, Alaa, Yousef Al, Baz, Abu Dayer, Israel, The New York Times Nagham Organizations: The New York Times, , Defense, Children International, Palestine, The New York, Palestinian Center for Human Rights, Israel’s, United Nations, Palestinian, Norweigian Refugee Council, Al Locations: Israel, Jabaliya, Gaza, Beit Hanoun, Samar, Egypt, Dahmash, Sderot, Aqsa, Jerusalem, , Umm al, Beit Lahia, Gaza City, Turkey, Al, Hala, Israeli
Pilot: Roger, standby. Pilot: Roger that, in that case we request holding at present position. Pilot: We are declaring an emergency MAYDAY, MAYDAY, MAYDAY RYR 1TZ. Our intentions would be to divert to Minsk airport. ATC: RYR 1TZ MAYDAY, Roger.
Persons: Roman Protasevich, RYR, Roger Organizations: Ryanair, Vilnius Airport, REUTERS, Sunday, State, Reuters, ATC, Thomson Locations: Belarus, Vilnius, Lithuania, Minsk, Greece, UMMS, MINSK
In Israel, the Violent Legacy of 1948
  + stars: | 2021-05-20 | by ( Benny Morris | )   time to read: +3 min
The year 1948, when Israel fought its war of independence, is in the air again, along the Gaza-Israel border and in Israel’s mixed Jewish-Arab towns and districts. From Gaza, Hamas and Islamic Jihad rocketeers—most of them descendants of Arab refugees uprooted by Israel in the 1948 war—are pelting Israel’s towns, including greater Tel Aviv, with rockets and drones. Inside Israel, gangs of Arab youths—Israeli citizens who identify with the Palestinian cause—are burning police stations, synagogues, stores and cars. For Israel’s Arabs, as for generations of Palestinians in Gaza, the West Bank and around the world, this national dispossession is remembered as the Nakba, or catastrophe. Like all of Israel’s Arabs, they were accorded citizenship, but they were placed under military rule until 1966.
Persons: Israel, rocketeers Organizations: Islamic, West Bank, Israeli Yiftah Brigade Locations: Gaza, Israel, Tel Aviv, Lydda, Ramle, Haifa, Umm, Acre, Palestine, Jordan
RAMALLAH, West Bank — Hundreds of thousands of Palestinian citizens of Israel stopped work for the day on Tuesday, as did other Palestinians across the occupied West Bank and in Gaza, protesting violence against Arab Israelis, the unfolding Israeli military campaign targeting Hamas militants in Gaza and the looming eviction of several families from their homes in East Jerusalem. Streets were deserted in Arab areas across both Israel and the occupied territories, as shopkeepers shuttered stores along the waterfront in Jaffa, in central Israel; the steep roads of Umm el-Fahm, an Arab town in northern Israel; and West Bank cities such as Hebron, Jenin, Nablus and Ramallah. Demonstrators gathered instead in central squares, waving Palestinian flags, listening to speeches and chanting against Israeli policies. Outside Ramallah, a group of Palestinians who had gathered separately from the protesters set fires on a major thoroughfare and later exchanged gunfire with Israeli soldiers, officials said. Since hundreds of thousands of Palestinians fled or were expelled from their homes in 1948, they have been divided not only by geography, but also by lived experience.
Organizations: West Bank Locations: RAMALLAH, West Bank —, Israel, Gaza, East Jerusalem, Jaffa, Umm el, Hebron, Jenin, Nablus, Ramallah
Ashkelon North Gaza Netiv Ha’Asara Hebron Sderot Al Fawwar Refugee Camp Gaza City gaza strip Central Gaza Khan Younis Gaza Strip Rafah WEST BANK Israeli airstrikes killed at least 212 people in the Gaza Strip. ISRAEL Ashkelon North Gaza Netiv Ha’Asara Hebron Sderot Al Fawwar Refugee Camp Gaza City gaza strip Central Gaza Khan Younis Gaza Strip WEST BANK Rafah Israeli airstrikes killed at least 212 people in the Gaza Strip. Rafah gaza strip Gaza Strip WEST BANK EGYPT 25 MILES Israel Note: Eight deaths in the Gaza Strip and three deaths in the West Bank could not be located. Nusseirat Deir Al-Balah al-Bureij Mediterranean Sea al-Maghazi Deir al-Balah Khan Younis Abasan al-Jadidah Khan Younis Bani Suheila ISRAEL Rafah WEST BANK Rafah GAZA STRIP Israel Beit Hanoun Beit Lahia North Gaza Jabalia Shanti camp Deaths in the Gaza Strip Gaza City Gaza GAZA STRIP Nusseirat al-Bureij Deir Al-Balah al-Maghazi Deir al-Balah ISRAEL Abasan al-Jadidah Bani Suheila Khan Younis Khan Younis Rafah Rafah WEST BANK NORTH Gaza Strip Israel Note: Twelve deaths in the Gaza Strip could not be located. Eight days of violence 28 killed in Gaza 3 killed in Israel 4 killed in Gaza 1 killed in Israel 21 killed in Gaza 4 killed in Israel 34 killed in Gaza 2 killed in Israel 39 killed in Gaza 0 killed in Israel 13 killed in Gaza 1 killed in Israel 53 killed in Gaza 0 killed in Israel 20 killed in Gaza 1 killed in Israel Sources: Palestinian Ministry of Health; Israel Ministry of Foreign AffairsUnderneath the military battle in the skies, mob violence erupted in the city of Lod, where rival Arab and Jewish groups attacked people, cars, shops, offices and hotels early last week.
Persons: Nablus Marda Village Tel Aviv Ramat Gan Salfit JORDAN, Gaza Khan Younis JORDAN, Beit Lahia, Shanti, Beit Hanoun Jabalia, Deir, Balah, Khan Younis Abasan, Jadidah Khan Younis Bani, Lahia Beit Hanoun Shanti, Balah Khan Younis Abasan, Israel Beit Hanoun, ISRAEL Abasan, Bani Suheila Khan Younis Khan, Towers, Al Jazeera, Haifa Nazareth Jisr, Umm, Akiva Jaffa, Molotov, Yam, Israel, ISRAEL Organizations: Tel, Tel Aviv Ramat, West, BANK, Nablus Marda Village Tel, Nablus Marda Village Tel Aviv Ramat, West Bank, Jerusalem ISRAEL North Gaza Ashkelon Netiv Ha’Asara Hebron Gaza City Sderot Al Fawwar Refugee, Palestinian, for Human Rights, United Nations Office, Humanitarian Affairs, Palestinian Ministry of Health, Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Hamas, Israeli Air Force, Israeli, Associated Press, Planet Labs, Jewish, Sheva Locations: Israel, Gaza, Israel Jenin Tulkarm Nablus, Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv Ramat Gan, Rishon LeZion, Lod, Ramallah Jericho, Jerusalem ISRAEL, West Bank, Ashkelon JORDAN North Gaza, Hebron Sderot Al Fawwar, gaza, Gaza Khan, Israel EGYPT, Israel Jenin, Tulkarm Nablus, BANK Lod, Ramallah Jericho JORDAN, Ashkelon, Nablus Marda Village, Nablus Marda Village Tel Aviv, Nablus Marda Village Tel Aviv Ramat Gan, East Jerusalem, ISRAEL Ashkelon North Gaza, Jenin Tulkarm, Lod Jericho Ramallah, Shtulim, Jerusalem ISRAEL North Gaza Ashkelon Netiv Ha’Asara Hebron Gaza City Sderot Al Fawwar, Rafah gaza, EGYPT, Israel’s, Lebanon, Deir Al, GAZA, ISRAEL Rafah Rafah, North Gaza, Lahia, ISRAEL Rafah, Israel Beit Hanoun Beit, Gaza GAZA, ISRAEL, Rafah, Al Jazeera, Gaza City, Al, Aqsa, Jerusalem, LEBANON, SYRIA Acre, Haifa Nazareth, Jaffa, Ramia ISRAEL gaza, Sheva Jerusalem, ISRAEL JORDAN Gaza, JORDAN EGYPT LEBANON, Acre, Ramia ISRAEL Gaza
Photos: In pictures: Violence escalates after clashes in Jerusalem A Palestinian walks next to a building destroyed by Israeli airstrikes in Gaza City on Thursday, May 13. Hide Caption 8 of 37 Photos: In pictures: Violence escalates after clashes in Jerusalem Israeli police patrol Lod during clashes on Wednesday, May 12. Hide Caption 25 of 37 Photos: In pictures: Violence escalates after clashes in Jerusalem Israeli security forces take cover in Ashkelon as rockets are launched from Gaza on May 11. Hide Caption 27 of 37 Photos: In pictures: Violence escalates after clashes in Jerusalem Flames and smoke rise from buildings in southern Gaza during Israeli airstrikes on May 11. Hide Caption 35 of 37 Photos: In pictures: Violence escalates after clashes in Jerusalem Israeli police detain a Palestinian during clashes at the Aqsa Mosque on May 10.
Persons: Jonathan Conricus, Benny Gantz, Israel, Jerusalem Julianna Sror, Al, Walid, Ben, Lea Yom Tov, Palestinian Hussain Hamad, Gantz, Benjamin Netanyahu, Yam, Gilad Erdan, Reema Telbani, Zaid, Lior Haiat, Haiat, Izzat Al Rishq, Al Rishq, Ramadan, Netanyahu, Aida Touma, Suleiman, CNN's Hala, Yair Revivo, Wael Essawi, Essawi, Khaled Zabarqah, Zabarqah, Conricus, Avichay Adraee Organizations: Jerusalem, CNN, IDF, Gaza, United Nations, Israel's, Palestinian Health Ministry, Health Ministry, Global, Palestinian, West Bank, Jerusalem Flames, Hamas, Police, Jewish, Security, UN Security, General, Council, United, Border Police, Arab, Brigades, Delta Air Lines, American Airlines, United Airlines, Lufthansa, British Airways Locations: Gaza, Ashkelon, Palestinian, Israel, Sderot, Jerusalem, Gaza City, Damascus, Jerusalem's Old City, Petah Tikva, Aqsa, Ben Gurion, Lod, Rishon LeZion, Holon, Israeli, Hebron, West, Beit Hanoun, Old City, Jordan, Jaffa, Arab, Acre, Haifa, Bat Yam, United States, UN, Egypt, Qatar, East Jerusalem, CNN's Hala Gorani, Tiberias, Umm, Hadera
Smoke rises from a building after it was destroyed by Israeli air strikes amid a flare-up of Israeli-Palestinian violence, in Gaza May 11, 2021. REUTERS/Ibraheem Abu MustafaViolence in mixed Jewish-Arab towns in Israel flared early on Wednesday amid growing anger within the country’s Arab minority over Israeli air strikes on Gaza and police raids on Jerusalem’s Al-Aqsa Mosque. "We have lost control of the city and the streets," Lod Mayor Yair Revivo lamented to Israel's Channel 12 News. Security officials said they had reassigned 16 border police companies to Lod from the occupied West Bank to deal with the violence. Israel launched dozens of air strikes in Gaza on Tuesday and overnight into Wednesday, and Palestinian militants fired hundreds of rockets from Gaza into Israel.
Persons: Abu Mustafa, Benjamin Netanyahu, Yair Revivo, Umm, Samir Mahamid, Uri Buri, Abu Ubaida Organizations: REUTERS, Jerusalem’s, ., West Bank, Police, Channel, Palestinian, Israel, Thomson Locations: Gaza, Israel, Jerusalem’s Al, Aqsa, Lod, Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, Umm, Acre, Jaffa, Al, Haifa, Arab, Nazareth, East Jerusalem, Jerusalem's Old City
Kuwaiti lawyer Abdul Mohsin Al-Qattan discusses the criminal case of the murder of Farah Ali Hamza Akbar in his office in Salmiya, Kuwait April 22, 2021. The incident has re-ignited criticism of how women are treated by society and the law in the Gulf state. The killing comes two months after a movement began in Kuwait online calling for better protection for women from harassment and violence, dubbed Kuwait's #metoo moment. Activists say speaking openly about domestic violence, honour-related violence and harassment have traditionally been taboo. A campaign has been running for several years to overturn a part of the penal code which allows men reduced sentences for killing women found in the act of adultery.
Persons: Abdul Mohsin Al, Qattan, Farah Ali Hamza Akbar, Stephanie McGehee, Farah Hamza Akbar, Sahar bin Aly, Rothna Begum, Abdul Mohsin al, Farah, Umm Mohammed Organizations: REUTERS, Ministry, Human Rights Watch, Thomson Locations: Salmiya, Kuwait, Gulf, Kuwaiti
Murban crude futures start trading at new ICE, Abu Dhabi exchange
  + stars: | 2021-03-29 | by ( )   time to read: +2 min
The Murban crude futures contract launched on Monday, the key contract of the new ICE Futures Abu Dhabi (IFAD) oil exchange, offering a potential rival benchmark for trading Middle East crude. The contract was priced at $63.93 per barrel as of 0100 GMT with 2,132 lots traded, ICE said on Twitter. Abu Dhabi-based IFAD is backed by the Intercontinental Exchange Inc, Abu Dhabi National Oil Co (ADNOC) and partners including international oil majors. The Murban contract, which prices the flagship Abu Dhabi grade that accounts for more than half of ADNOC's production, will offer an alternative benchmark to Dubai, operated by S&P Global Platts, and Oman crude futures traded on the Dubai Mercantile Exchange (DME). ADNOC will set the monthly official selling price (OSP) for Murban based on the futures contract and price its other three grades, Das, Umm Lulu and Upper Zakum, at differentials to the Murban contract.
Persons: Japan's, Umm, Murban Organizations: Futures Abu, ICE, Twitter, Intercontinental Exchange Inc, Abu, Abu Dhabi National Oil Co, P Global, Dubai Mercantile Exchange, Brent, West Texas Intermediate, United Arab, BP, Shell, Japan's Eneos Holdings, Thailand's PTT, Das, Organization of, Petroleum Locations: Futures Abu Dhabi, Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Oman, Russia, Europe, United States, United Arab Emirates, PetroChina, Umm Lulu, Zakum, UAE, Saudi Arabia, Iraq
The metal monolith recently discovered in Utah disappeared. Brands like Southwest Airlines and Steak-umm used the trending story to talk about themselves. It's the latest example of a trend for brands to try to join memes and get attention online, especially on Twitter. The metal monolith discovered in a Utah desert has mysteriously disappeared, Insider reported Sunday. Read more: Quaker Oats' top exec explains how Cheetos Mac 'n Cheese and new breakfast options helped generate the brand's best sales year in a decadeOn Sunday, the monolith disappeared with no explanation.
Persons: Read, Cheetos Organizations: Brands, Southwest Airlines, Twitter, Workers, The Utah Division of Wildlife Resources, Utah Department of Public Safety, Quaker Oats, Department of Safety Locations: Utah, Moab
Ethiopia says its military now controls the Tigray capital
  + stars: | 2020-11-28 | by ( )   time to read: +5 min
Ethiopians gather to show their support to federal government forces fighting against the Tigray People's Liberation Front (TPLF) at Abebe Bikila Stadium in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia on November 17, 2020. Ethiopia's military has gained full control of the capital of the defiant Tigray region, the army announced Saturday after Tigray TV reported that the city of a half-million people was being "heavily bombarded" in the final push to arrest the region's leaders. "The United States is gravely concerned about the worsening situation in the Tigray region," the U.S. ambassador to the U.N., Kelly Craft, tweeted after the reported bombardment began. As Ethiopian forces moved in, Maj. Gen. Hassan Ibrahim vowed to capture the city "on all fronts." The Tigray region has been almost entirely cut off from the outside world since Nov. 4, when Abiy announced a military offensive in response to a TPLF attack on a military base.
Persons: Birhanu Jula, Abiy Ahmed, Humanitarians, TPLF, Kelly Craft, Pope Francis, Abiy, Hassan Ibrahim, Antonio Guterres, Filippo Grandi, Grandi, Abiy's Organizations: Tigray TV, United Nations, Ethiopian, African, Ethiopian News Agency, International Committee, Cross, Umm, Associated Press, AP Locations: Tigray, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, Mekele, United States, U.S, Maj, of Africa, Sudan, Umm Rakouba
How captivity saved these animals from extinction
  + stars: | 2020-09-17 | by ( Isabelle Gerretsen | )   time to read: +7 min
Dickie says these programs provide a last-ditch option to save a species that has become extinct in the wild, or whose numbers are too small to sustain a wild population. But successful captive breeding isn't straightforward. There is a danger that removing animals from their natural habitats will harm the remaining wild population, reducing its genetic diversity and decreasing its survival rates. Here are six examples of species that have recovered, thanks to captive breeding. With oryx numbers already declining, in the early 1960s the Fauna Preservation Society launched Operation Oryx to save the species.
Persons: Diego, Lesley Dickie, Dickie, Rachel Plotkin, David Suzuki, reintroductions Organizations: CNN, San Diego Zoo, World Wildlife Fund, Durrell, Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust, David, David Suzuki Foundation, condor, California condor, California condors, San Diego Wild Animal, San Diego, condors, London, United Arab Emirates, Fauna Preservation, Phoenix Zoo, United, Foundation for, Preservation, Mauritius kestrel, kestrel Locations: Durrell Wildlife, Canada, California, Marble Gorge, United States, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Umm al, United Arab, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Asia, Mongolia, China, Kazakhstan, Mauritius, Santa Cruz, Española, Ecuador
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