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OTTAWA - The anti-terrorism bill unveiled Friday by Prime Minister Stephen Harper includes a section that gives his government the power 'to order the removal of terrorist propaganda' from the internet. Government backgrounders on Bill C-51 point out that the Criminal Code already permits the removal or seizure of hate propaganda or child pornography. (CBC)
MONTREAL - Hamza Chauoi has been denied an operating licence for his proposed community centre at a site that is not zoned for public worship in Mercier-Hochelaga-Maisonneuve. But Montreal Mayor Denis Coderre says the refusal is not a matter of religious freedom, but rather one of public safety and order. He described Chauoi as 'an agent of radicalization and instigator of social tensions,' adding that the imam has 'his own agenda' for the site. (CTV)
Mayor rebukes centre
MONTREAL - The former leader of one of Quebec's main construction unions is appealing his 12-month jail sentence for fraud. Jocelyn Dupuis, who was convicted in September of faking and inflating bills worth more than $63,000, will remain free until his case is heard by the Quebec Court of Appeal. (CBC)
Greed & Corruption Quebec
The civil suit against the Merchant Law Group was filed earlier this week in SK It's owned by Tony Merchant, a big player in Canadian class actions and husband to Liberal Senator Pana Merchant. Merchant claimed MLG was owed $80M for its more than 7,000 clients, but the judge wasn't satisfied with MLG's documentation and discussions continued. The government claims that in 2005, Merchant started falsifying its billing records - sometimes as small increments of the same time spread across multiple files. MLG filed a new lawsuit against the government for $15M on Jan. 27. (QMI)
PREVIOUS: Leaked offshore tax havens
Steve de Jaray
VANCOUVER - A Vancouver businessman has been paid millions of dollars in a secret settlement with the federal government after the CBSA wrongly accused him of exporting military technology to China in violation of export controls. (W5)
SEPT-ELES - The
Kapatakan Gilles Jourdain facility in the lower north shore of Quebec
which cost $1.9M, opened in in March 2013.
Since then, it has been home to only 12 residents, despite having 20
beds available and an annual operating cost of $680,000. Currently it
holds just a single resident.
TORONTO - 5 former executives of Seaquest Capital Corporation have been arrested and charged by the RCMP's Toronto financial crimes unit for allegedly bilking investors out of $92M. Seaquest and its related companies are privately owned corporate and commercial lenders for short-term funding for companies that can't access financing from banks. It then collects money from investors promising a return from the lending practices. (CBC)
LONDON - Police were yesterday accused of a catastrophic series of blunders over their handling of a dossier containing more than 2,000 suspected paedophiles. Despite being handed the information on a plate by Canadian police who traced the Toronto-based website's international network of clients, British suspects were left free to continue offending for up to 2 years and hundreds may now escape justice. (Daily Mail)
SHIKARPUR - At least 49 people were killed and 55 others injured in an explosion inside a central imambargah in Sindh province's Shikarpur district on Friday. (Dawn)
SINAI PENINSULA - An Egyptian militant group affiliated with the IS has claimed responsibility for coordinated and simultaneous attacks that struck more than a dozen army and police targets in 3 towns in the restive Sinai Peninsula, killing at least 26 security officers. (CBS)
DONETSK - Civilians were killed on both sides in heavy fighting in eastern Ukraine on Friday, while an attempt to reopen peace talks in neighboring Belarus was aborted before it began. (Reuters)
MEXICO CITY - A gas tank lorry has exploded outside a maternity and children's hospital in Mexico City, killing a woman and a baby, the city's mayor said. The explosion, on the western edge of Mexico City, was so large that much of the building was destroyed. Officials initially said 7 people had been killed, but Mayor Miguel Angel Mancera later revised the figure. (BBC)
Gas truck blast
Scientists showed they can identify you with more than 90% accuracy by looking at just 4 credit card purchases, 3 if the price is included - and this is after companies 'anonymized' the transaction records, saying they wiped away names and other personal details. The study out of the MIT, published Thursday in the journal Science, examined 3 months of credit card records for 1.1M people. (CBC)
OTTAWA - The Supreme Court of Canada has struck down as unconstitutional a
SK law that prevents public sector employees from striking.
The ruling will affect public service unions in provinces across the
2015 SCC 4
SCC strikes down law
RELATED: 3,000+ ON health workers strike
OTTAWA - Studies show that most Canadians don't comprehend the per cent daily value or the variety of units common on food nutrition labels. One Canadian study showed that less than half of participants could identify the number of calories in a soft-drink bottle even after consulting the nutritional labels. (Troy Media)
Toronto and Montreal are the top two best places to live in the world, according to The Economist Intelligence Unit. (CTV)
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HOLLYWOOD - Marion 'Suge' Knight, the former music mogul who created one of hip-hop's leading labels and became the impresario of gangster rap, was arrested early Friday on suspicion of hitting and killing a man with his truck and then fleeing the crash near Los Angeles. (AP)
MEHTAR LAM - At least 12 people have been killed in a suicide attack on
a funeral in eastern Afghanistan.
The bomber at the funeral in provincial capital Mehtar Lam mingled
with friends and relatives of the police officer and 3 others killed earlier
in the day by a roadside explosive.
The attacker then detonated explosives, leaving 12 dead and dozens
KUALA LUMPUR - The Malaysian government has officially declared the disappearance of Malaysian Airline flight MH370 an accident and says there were no survivors. No trace of the Beijing-bound aircraft has been found since it disappeared on 8 March 2014. (BBC)
OTTAWA - Mass trolling of internet data - as done by Canada's electronic spy agency in a project dubbed Levitation - can impede cyber spies in the hunt for extremists more than it helps, some security experts argue. (CBC)
OTTAWA - The Harper government spent more than $180,000 last year to run the office of a corporate social responsibility counsellor for the Canadian mining industry. The government says it cost $181,600 to operate the office from October 2013 to October 2014. However, the position of counsellor was vacant all that time and remains so to this day. (CP)
OTTAWA - As Canadians begin to look forward to a
series of new federal tax measures kicking in soon, newly-released figures
show changes to taxes and tariffs are also helping bolster the government's
bottom line. Data tabled in the
House of Commons this week shows a variety of tax changes and the
elimination of old tax credits will rake in $3.4B more for the federal
government in 2015-2016. (CP)
OTTAWA - There were 19 suicides among soldiers serving in the Canadian Armed Forces in 2014, one of the highest levels in the last decade, new figures show. (Toronto Star)
REPORT: Suicide in the Armed Forces
OTTAWA - The Conservative government is set to announce that it will make violent repeat criminals wait longer to get the near-automatic ticket out of jail known as 'statutory release.' Few prisoners in Canada serve their full sentence. Most, if they do not receive parole, are set free with conditions at the two-thirds mark under statutory release. But the government intends to keep offenders with a violent history behind bars until they have just 6 months left in their sentence. They will be introduced around the time the Conservatives table a new law that would end the possibility of parole for some convicted killers. (Globe & Mail)
Psychopathic violent offenders have abnormalities in the parts of the brain related to learning from punishment, according to an MRI study. (University of Montreal)
HALIFAX - A 7 month investigation has led to a
major contraband tobacco bust in the Halifax area.
Several convenience stores were searched and 12 people now face a
total of 116 charges. Police
and Service Nova Scotia claim a retailer who legally bought the tobacco at a
discount directly from manufacturers, broke the law by re-selling the
tobacco to other retailers without a wholesaler's license.
Health officials are now focused on ending the biggest-ever Ebola outbreak rather than just slowing the deadly virus' spread, the WHO said Thursday. (AP)
MONTREAL - A Superior Court Judge today ruled against some two dozen small business owners who were challenging the legality of the language-of-signs provisions of Bill 101. Justice Salvatore Mascia ruled against all but 1 of 24 businesses, all mom and pop shops, that were prosecuted between 1998 and 2001 for breaking Bill 101 because their signage or web sites weren't predominantly in French. The defendants had tried to prove that French is not in danger in Quebec. (CJAD)
MORE: Court upholds Bill 101
WINDSOR - The strange saga of CEN Biotech, the
company seeking to become Health Canada's largest producer of medical
marijuana, has taken a bizarre new twist: The company has been caught
creating a fake employee, and
issued a press release quoting the made-up person.
(Globe & Mail)
MONTREAL - One of the country's largest Muslim organizations gave hundreds of thousands of dollars to a Hamas-linked charity. The Muslim Association of Canada, based in the Toronto suburb of Mississauga, Ontario owns or operates at least 20 Islamic schools and 15 mosques in Ontario, Alberta and Quebec. QMI obtained an RCMP search warrant linking the group to IRFAN-Canada, a banned charity group and a listed terrorist organization also based in Mississauga. (QMI)
GHAJAR - The Israeli military says 2 soldiers have been killed and a further 7 wounded in a Hezbollah 'revenge attack' on a military convoy near the Lebanese border today. Israel's military responded to the anti-tank missile strike on the convoy with aerial and ground attacks on Hezbollah positions in Lebanon. The Hezbollah group struck the 9-vehicle convoy with several missiles in an apparent retaliation for a deadly Israeli airstrike in Syria that killed 6 Hezbollah fighters earlier this month. A Spanish UN peacekeeper was also killed. (Daily Mail)
CARACAS - Leamsy Salazar, the former bodyguard of the head of congress has deserted from the socialist country's armed forces amid reports the man is in the US to testify against his former boss. Two Spanish-language newspapers reported Monday that the chief bodyguard of National Assembly President Diosdado Cabello has gone to the US with information implicating him as head of a drug cartel made up of political and military officials. Cabello is the second most powerful figure in Venezuela's ruling party, after President Nicolas Maduro. (AP)
CALABRIA - Italian police on Wednesday ordered the arrest of more than 160 alleged members of the 'Ndrangheta mafia. More than 40 arrests were made in Calabria, the secretive crime group's southern homeland, but the bulk came in dawn raids in towns and cities across the much wealthier north of Italy, where it has spread its tentacles in recent years in order to launder drugs profits. More than 100 people were arrested in the region of Emilia Romagna, including 6 alleged 'Ndrangheta bosses, former and currently serving police officers, a prominent local politician and several businessmen. (Local)
LONDON - Pathologists examining the body of ex-KGB spy Alexander Litvinenko, poisoned with a rare radioactive isotope London in 2006, carried out the world's most dangerous-ever post-mortem, an inquiry into his killing heard on Wednesday. They also said they would probably never have discovered the way he had been killed had unusual tests not been carried out just before his death. British police say Kremlin critic Litvinenko died 3 weeks after drinking tea poisoned with polonium-210 at a plush London hotel which they believe was administered by two Russians Andrei Lugovoy and Dmitri Kovtun. (Reuters)
KRAKOW - Some 300 Auschwitz survivors have returned to the site of the Nazi death camp in southern Poland to mark 70 years since its liberation. Some 1.1M people, the vast majority Jews, were killed there between 1940 and 1945, when advancing Soviet troops liberated it. (BBC)
Auschwitz concentration camp
TOKYO - A group of over 8,700 people have sued the Japanese daily newspaper Asahi for articles on sexual slavery during World War II and have sought compensation and apology for 'spreading erroneous facts to international society,' the Mainichi newspaper reported Tuesday. (EFE)
MAIDUGURI - After fierce fighting Sunday between Nigerian troops and Islamic militant group Boko Haram, the city of Maiduguri reached an uneasy calm Monday. Over 100 combatants died in Maiduguri Sunday, mainly insurgents, according to a local journalist who counted bodies at the city's biggest morgue on Monday. The number of casualties may be even higher - soldiers and civilian self-defense fighters who counted bodies Sunday reported over 200 dead. (AFP)
RAQQA - Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said he was 'speechless' after a video uploaded Saturday appeared to show the decapitated body of Haruna Yukawa, one of two Japanese hostages held by the Islamic State. (Washington Post)
TORONTO - A double shooting at Dundas and Bathurst Sts. left one person dead and another seriously injured early Saturday morning. Responders were called to Alexandra Park just after 4:15am. Paramedics found one man shot in the head without vital signs and pronounced him dead on scene. Police have identified the deceased as Roberto Dixon, 27. A second victim, who was shot in the hip. (Toronto Star)
CALGARY - Police have identified Cuong Hoang, 46, also known as Andy Hoang of Calgary as the man whose body was discovered Thursday morning. His death has been deemed a homicide. Just after 9:30am, on Thursday, Jan. 29, Police responded to the 0-block of Auburn Sound Circle SE after receiving reports of a shooting. When police arrived, they discovered the body of Andy Hoang. (Beacon)
CALGARY - Mom Tamara Lovett
was ordered Friday to stand trial for criminal negligence causing death in the
death of her 7-year-old son Ryan from a treatable strep infection.
Lovett, 46, who is free on bail, also faces a
charge of failing to provide the necessities of life to her son.
Lovett called first responders to her
basement suite on March 2, 2013, saying her child was having a seizure.
Emergency crews arrived to find the boy in
WINNIPEG - A 22-year-old Manitoba man has been sentenced to 6 years in prison for a fatal, unprovoked attack on a man who had ordered him off his property. Dillyn Friesen previously pleaded guilty to a 'one-punch manslaughter' that claimed the life of Lothar Krieg, 58, on July 7, 2012. (QMI)
VICTORIA - The provincial government has backed down from a new wholesale pricing structure for wine after merchants and industry experts noted the price of more expensive bottles would skyrocket. (Globe & Mail)
CASTLEGAR - The IIO is being dispatched to Castlegar after person died following an incident with police on Thursday evening. According to RCMP the incident happened after 8pm, following a complaint about a possibly impaired driver at a local business. While conducting a traffic stop on the vehicle, the RCMP member discharged his service pistol. The driver was transported to hospital, but later died from his injuries. (Global)
ABBOTSFORD - Police are investigating a suspected hit-and-run after the body of a male cyclist was found late Thursday night. Police believe the incident happened between 10:30pm and 11:20pm on the 2200 block of Mt Lehman Rd. They have not identified the cyclist and have found no witnesses to the incident. (CBC)
Olive Rebekah Oluwafemi
CALGARY - Police are now investigating the suspicious death of a child in SE Calgary in December of last year as a homicide. At about 3:30pm on Dec 19, emergency crews were called to a home in the 0-100 block of Erin Ridge Rd SE for reports of a young girl in medical distress. The child, identified as Olive Rebekah Oluwafemi, 4, was in cardiac arrest and was not breathing when crews arrived. The girl was transported to hospital, but was declared dead a short time later. (CTV)
PRINCE ALBERT - Police have charged a Prince Albert, SK, man in the death of Monica Burns. Todd Daniel McKeaveney, 38, is charged with second-degree murder. Burns's body was found Jan. 17 on a snowmobile trail NW of the city. According to RCMP, the victim and the man charged were not "known to each other". (CBC)
Bill Harrison Merritt & Fattore
BRAMPTON - An Ontario couple accused of killing a man and his mother now face a new murder charge involving another member of the same family. Melissa Merritt and her common-law husband Christopher Fattore had already been facing first-degree murder charges in the deaths of Merritt's ex-husband Caleb Harrison and his mother, Bridget Harrison. The pair were also charged Thursday with first-degree murder in the death of William Harrison. (CP)
PICKLE LAKE - OPP report they have laid a murder charge in the death of David Muckuck, 50. Muckuck was found, unresponsive, at a Pickle Lake home on Jan. 8. He was pronounced dead a short time later. Deborah Muckuck, 30, also of Pickle Lake, was charged with second degree murder in relation to the incident. Police had previously charged Muckuck with aggravated assault in relation to the death. (CBC)
PREVIOUS: Woman faces more charges
MARKHAM - A Markham couple has been sentenced in connection with the Aug. 22, 2013 death of their 1-month-old son. The pair, who were initially charged with second-degree murder, pleaded guilty to lesser charges. The child's mother, Thi My Phuong Bui, 23, pleaded guilty to failing to provide the necessaries of life and was sentenced to 6 months in jail. The baby's father, Kien Phat Tran, 22, pleaded guilty to manslaughter and was ordered to serve 6 years in prison. (CP24)
MORE: Parents sentenced
WINNIPEG - A 20-year-old Winnipeg woman who ran over and killed a man at the scene of a chaotic street brawl has been convicted of manslaughter. The woman cannot be named because she was still a youth at the time of the Aug. 20, 2011 incident which claimed the life of Marcel Murdock, 40. (QMI).
VANCOUVER - The off-duty
VPD officer arrested on charges of assault and unlawful confinement last week is
Kyle Marynick, 34, a 10-year veteran of the force. He has been charged with 2
counts of unlawful confinement and 1 count of assault causing bodily harm,
according to RCMP.
TORONTO - The budget committee got its first detailed look at the police budget, which calls for a 0% increase over last year's budget but does not include ongoing contract negotiations. The police budget - which is the largest portion of the city's budget - is $1.2B with 90% of the budget encompassing salaries. (CityNews)
EDMONTON - Premier Jim Prentice says he and his cabinet ministers will cut their pay by 5% to set a tone of self-sacrifice as Alberta deals with billions of dollars in lost oil revenue. (Beacon)
PREVIOUS: Entitled controversy
PORT HAWKESBURY - Cape Breton fisherman James
Joseph Landry was sentenced today to 14 years in prison, less time served, for
the killing of Phillip Boudreau in the so-called 'murder for lobster' case.
KAMLOOPS - Daryl Vic Belseck, 52, was found dead at Kamloops Regional Correctional Centre on January 19. His death isn't considered suspicious, but the Corners Service continues to investigate the death. (CP)
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Prisoner found dead in AB
FORT MCMURRAY - In May of 2011, Abdullahi Mohamoud allegedly pumped gas at a Mississauga gas station and fled without paying. The gas station attendant, Hashem Atifeh Rad, 62, chased the fleeing car and was fatally injured as the vehicle left the lot. (Beacon)
WINNIPEG - A new set of samples of the city's drinking water tested negative for E Coli Wednesday. The city is confident the initial tests that led to the scare, which showed E. Coli in a few suspect samples, were false positive. But because Health Canada requires two sets of negative samples 24 hours apart to rescind a boil water advisory, the city has decided to uphold the advisory until new results are in. (CBC)
OTTAWA - A Quebecker who was denied part of a $27M jackpot because he missed the deadline to buy the ticket by 7 seconds has lost his appeal to get the money. The Supreme Court of Canada ruling on Thursday ended a 7-year legal battle by Joel Ifergan to claim his share of the prize. (Reuters)
7 seconds too late
VANCOUVER - Emma Paulsen, the BC dog walker who pleaded guilty to animal cruelty in the deaths of 6 dogs in her care, has been sentenced to 6 months in jail. (CBC)
VANCOUVER - A female police officer who worked at the North Vancouver RCMP detachment filed a civil suit in BC Supreme Court Jan. 8 alleging she was sexually harassed and shunned during her time as a cop. Shelley Whitelaw's allegations describe systemic humiliation that sabotaged her career and left her dealing with depression and post-traumatic stress disorder. (North Shore News)
Danovan Anthony Lodge
TORONTO - Police say officers responded to a call for 'the sound of gunshots' on Flemington Rd, around 8:45pm. The victim has now been identified as Danovan Anthony Lodge, 30, of Toronto. (QMI)
Dustin Craig McKay
WINNIPEG - Dustin McKay,
22, died after the incident on Isabel St and Pacific Ave on Jan 23.
Officers said he had been involved in a fight
on the roadway. He was knocked unconscious and left on the road.
A vehicle hit McKay while he was unconscious
on the road.
Desmond Evan Spicer, 50, of Winnipeg faces
charges for driving while impaired causing death.
Police said the homicide unit identified a
male suspect involved in the initial fight.
Billy Joe Couture, 28, of Winnipeg faces
charges for manslaughter.
TASIUJAQ - A young woman from an Inuit village
in northern Quebec is suing for $400,000 after she was left handcuffed in a
police vehicle with a repeat sexual offender and sexually assaulted.
The man, Joe Kritik, had already been
convicted of 4 sexual assaults at the time and was listed on the sexual offender
He was not handcuffed.
Jeremy Nathaniel Gregg
TORONTO - A former Scouts Canada leader has been arrested and charged with 17 offences in connection with the sexual assault of two children over an 11-year-period. Jeremy Nathaniel Gregg, 45, of Toronto, was arrested on Tuesday and charged. Police believe Gregg may have additional victims. (CP24)
Historic sexual assault
VANCOUVER - Several
thousand marijuana plants were seized and more than 10 arrests made during a
massive grow-op bust in Langley on Tuesday.
The investigation began 4 weeks ago, centring
on a 7-acre rural property in Langley on
0 Ave and 264 St.
The focus is a 51,000 square feet barn.
HALIFAX - The delays and cost overruns plaguing the restoration of the Bluenose II stem from Nova Scotia's decision to hand the job to a government department that had little experience managing construction projects, the province's auditor general says. Michael Pickup says the Heritage Department's supervision of the project was undermined by a lack of planning and weak management. When the restoration was announced in 2009, it was estimated to cost $14.4M. But Pickup says that has grown to $20M, with $4M to $5M on top of that in dispute. (CP)
REPORT: Bluenose II restoration project .pdf
PRINCE GEORGE - A Prince George man who has been missing for 10 days is now believed to be the victim of foul play, RCMP said Monday, after linking the victim to gunshots. Jordan McLeod was last seen on Jan. 16th in Prince George and Vanderhoof and reported missing 3 days later. He hasn't been seen since. (CBC)
Victim of foul play
- The BC Coroners Service has released the identity of the man who was killed
following an altercation at the Aava
Hotel Jan 20.
Police found Damon William Campbell, 45, from
Port Coquitlam in medical distress at the hotel just after 3am.
First aid was given, but he was later
declared dead at the hospital.
(Whistler Question )
VANCOUVER - ICBC has placed refuse-to-issue holds on 25,000 people who have more than $25 in unpaid tolls for crossing the new Port Mann Bridge. And it's not just the Port Mann toll that drivers are avoiding. According to ICBC, more than 17,000 drivers have been designated refuse-to-issue for unpaid tolls on the Fraser River-spanning Golden Ears Bridge. (CTV)
COMMENT: For whom the bill tolls
VANCOUVER - Denise Dolnik
owns a vacation condo in Whister. Last July, her tenants called to say the power
was out in their suite.
When an electrician couldn't find the
problem, BC Hydro was called in. It turns out the wires to Dolnik's smart meter
number 376 were crossed with the condo next door, meter 377. For 12 years, the
meter mix-up went undetected.
VANCOUVER - April Smith
says she disgraced herself, her family and the officers and employees of the
Mission RCMP when she stole $116,000 from police exhibits to support her
ST ALBERT - Mourners including Prime Minister Stephen Harper will attend a regimental funeral service Monday in Alberta for RCMP Const. David Wynn. (CTV)
CAMBRIDGE, ON - Police responded to what was originally an assault investigation around 11:45pm Sunday. When police arrived on scene, they discovered a man with serious injuries. The man succumbed to his injuries. A 53-year-old man, who lived in the same residence as the victim, is facing a charge of second degree murder. (CTV)
MONTREAL - Bobby Pellicano, 26, has been identified as the victim of an early-morning stabbing in downtown Montreal. Pellicano, was allegedly stabbed at least once while attending a private party in a building under construction on Ste-Catherine. The incident happened shortly before 4am Sunday on an upper floor of a commercial building, at a party Pellicano reportedly attended with his brother and a cousin. (CBC)
TORONTO - In a random and unprovoked attack, a man 'on a bit of a rampage' allegedly attacked 4 people with a knife near Maple Leaf Gardens in 4 separate incidents Sunday morning. Shawn O'Neill, 62, faces charges including 4 counts of attempted murder, 4 counts of aggravated assault, 6 counts of weapons dangerous and 6 counts of assault with a weapon. (Toronto Star)
VICTORIA - It appears there are no rules or even precedents to prevent municipalities from spending money on issues they deem to be of importance to voters. The office of the Auditor-General for Local Government also says that it is not the role of the office to tell municipal governments what they can spend money on. (Globe & Mail)
VICTORIA - 5 Community Vision staff members have been suspended as the result of an ongoing investigation into the home-care agency and the BC Ministry of Children and Family Development is no longer placing children in their care, Minister Stephanie Cadieux said Friday. The ministry started an investigation into the agency in mid-January after several former employees came forward with allegations of falsified first aid certificates, poor work conditions and concerns about the level of care provided. (QMI)
MELFORT - RCMP officers are investigating the deaths of a man and woman in Melfort, SK, and they say initial investigations appear to show it is a 'homicide-suicide situation'. Officers say they responded to calls about the sudden deaths of a man, 46, and a woman, 48, in Melfort Friday evening. (CBC)
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