Саудовская Аравия <p><strong><a href="http://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/%D0%90%D0%B1%D0%B4%D1%83%D0%BB-%D0%90%D0%B7%D0%B8%D0%B7_%D0%B8%D0%B1%D0%BD_%D0%A1%D0%B0%D1%83%D0%B4">Основатель динатии - Абдул-Азиз ибн Сауд </a>Год основания: 1932</strong></p> <p>Аль Сауды сегодня — одно из немногих королевских семейств, имеющих абсолютную власть в стране. Все посты в правительстве и в регионах занимают представители Аль Саудов, которые назначаются королём. Выборы на правительственном уровне никогда не проводились, а в местные органы были проведены в первый раз лишь в 2005 году; при этом, право голоса имеет лишь небольшая часть населения страны: не имеют права голосовать женщины, военнослужащие и кочевники (бедуины), хотя сам закон о выборах не запрещает женщинам участвовать в выборах и даже избираться. Тем не менее, половина депутатов назначается королём.</p> <p>Саудовскую Аравию часто называют «Страной двух мечетей», имея в виду Мекку и Медину — два главных священных города ислама. Краткое название страны на арабском языке — <em>ас-Саудия</em> (<a href="https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/%D0%90%D1%80%D0%B0%D0%B1%D1%81%D0%BA%D0%B8%D0%B9_%D1%8F%D0%B7%D1%8B%D0%BA">араб.</a> السعودية‎‎). Саудовская Аравия в настоящее время — одно из трёх государств в мире, название которых связано с правящими династиями (другие — <a href="https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/%D0%9B%D0%B8%D1%85%D1%82%D0%B5%D0%BD%D1%88%D1%82%D0%B5%D0%B9%D0%BD">Лихтенштейн</a> и <a href="https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/%D0%98%D0%BE%D1%80%D0%B4%D0%B0%D0%BD%D1%81%D0%BA%D0%BE%D0%B5_%D0%A5%D0%B0%D1%88%D0%B8%D0%BC%D0%B8%D1%82%D1%81%D0%BA%D0%BE%D0%B5_%D0%BA%D0%BE%D1%80%D0%BE%D0%BB%D0%B5%D0%B2%D1%81%D1%82%D0%B2%D0%BE">Иорданское Хашимитское королевство</a>). Сегодня главой династии является король <a href="https://so-l.ru/tags/show/sultan_ibn_salman_ibn_abdel_aziz_al_saud">Салман ибн Абдул-Азиз Аль Сауд</a>, а общее количество саудитов достигает 25 тысяч человек, среди которых насчитывается более 200 принцев.</p> <p>Наследование у Саудитов происходит не как у большинства династий, от отца к детям, а в большинстве случаев от брата к брату, а лишь затем к старшему из следующего поколения. Женская линия не учитывается.</p> <p> </p> <p><a href="http://www.allmonarchs.net/saudi_arabia/abdul_rahman_ibn_faisal.html">Все монархи мира. Саудовская Аравия</a></p> <p><em>Васильев А.</em> <a href="http://rikonti-khalsivar.narod.ru/Saud.htm">История Саудовской Аравии. 1745—1973</a></p> http://so-l.ru/tags/show/saudovskaya_araviya Thu, 23 Nov 2017 03:12:29 +0300 <![CDATA[Китай и Россия дожимают саудитов и США]]> Валентин Катасонов, 10 ноября 2017
Китай и Россия дожимают саудитов и США
Смерть мировой финансовой паразитической системы находится в нефтедолларе. Если их разделить, система обречена. Эффективным и аккуратным разрывом этой связки сейчас и занимаются Россия с Китаем. Битва за Саудовскую Аравию...

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<![CDATA[Саудовская Аравия. Итоги зачистки]]> Евгений Черных, 18 ноября 2017
Саудовская Аравия. Итоги зачистки
Масштабные аресты и убийства принцев в КСА сигнализируют о начале войны между кланами элит. Пока счёт в пользу нынешнего короля Сальмана и его молодого сына Мохаммеда. Однако их противники неизбежно нанесут ответный удар...

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<![CDATA[Саудиты перевооружаются на С-400]]> Редакция, 20 ноября 2017
Саудиты перевооружаются на С-400
Обстрелы Саудовской Аравии показали, что американский ЗРК Пэтриот, при всей своей астрономической стоимости, не может надёжно справится даже с Советскими ракетами 50-летней давности. Саудиты решили закупить хорошее оружие...

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<![CDATA[Saudi Arabia just reopened two key ports in Yemen. That won't prevent a famine.]]> http://so-l.ru/news/y/2017_11_23_saudi_arabia_just_reopened_two_key_ports Thu, 23 Nov 2017 03:04:12 +0300 <![CDATA[Syria Summit Kicks Off In Russia With Some Anti-Saudi Trolling]]> While in Sochi, Russia for trilateral talks between Russia, Iran, and Turkey over the future of Syria, Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif has taken to Twitter for some serious trolling. As the first day of the summit concluded - a day preceded by a rare 4-hour visit to Russia by Syrian President Bashar Assad who met with Putin on Monday - Zarif stated, "No need for empty words or gimmicks - including glowing orbs - when you're actually working for peace and against terror."

The Iranian FM was of course referring to the unforgettable photo op which lit up the internet from Trump's inaugural visit to Saudi Arabia last May wherein Trump along with Saudi King Salman and Egypt's Sisi laid their hands on a strange glowing orb upon the opening of something called the "Global Center for Combating Extremist Ideology" (no one knows what the center has accomplished since then).

In the lead up to the summit, Zarif explained that the Iranian delegation headed by President Rouhani would be "working with Turkish & Russian counterparts to build on ceasefire we achieved in Syria & preparing for inclusive dialog among Syrians. Irony is KSA accuses Iran of destabilization, while itself fuels terrorists, wages war on Yemen, blockades Qatar & foments crisis in Lebanon."

And the other irony is that along with the continuing war of words between the Iranians and Saudis, parallel summits are happening at the same time over Syria. On Wednesday a Syrian opposition conference kicked off in Riyadh which aims to unite fragmented opposition groups ahead of next week's UN-backed Syria talks in Geneva next week.

But statements from Sochi appeared more triumphant, with a many analysts and media pundits interpreting the ongoing summit between presidents Putin, Erdogan, and Rouhani, as a victory lap of sorts which will involve discussion of the fate of post-war Syria, driven by the victorious Russians and Iranians with reluctant Erdogan in tow, perhaps clawing for the geopolitical scraps.

And the Russian embassy in the UK decided to take the opportunity to rub it in, with the following tweet:

Putin's own words during his brief surprise meeting with Assad on Monday, however, were more restrained: "We still have a long way to go before we achieve a complete victory over terrorists," he said. "But as far as our joint work in fighting terrorism on the territory of Syria is concerned, this military operation is indeed wrapping up."

Assad responded in comments to Russian state television after the meeting: "At this stage, especially after we achieved victory over terrorists, it is in our interests to move forward with the political process." And during Tuesday's hour plus phone call between Trump and Putin, the Russian president reportedly assured Trump that the “Syrian leader confirmed adherence to the political process, to run a constitutional reform” and presidential and parliamentary elections.

On Wednesday, upon the opening of the trilateral Sochi summit, Putin confidently announced that, "Russia, Iran and Turkey have prevented a break-up of Syria, kept it from being overrun by international terrorists and warded off a humanitarian catastrophe." And contrary to some speculation that Russia may eventually accept the breakup of Syria into different spheres of influence, Putin expressed hope that decisions reached at the summit would help "strengthen the territorial integrity of Syria."

He further reiterated commitment to constitutional reform in Syria and compromise among world powers currently operating there: “The Syrian people will have to determine their own future and agree on the principles of their own statehood. It is obvious that the process of reform will not be easy and will require compromises and concessions from all participants, including of course the government of Syria” Putin said Wednesday.

The controversial topic of reconstruction in Syria will also be under consideration at the summit, as Putin urged Turkey and Iran to join in the efforts. “Given the colossal scale of the destruction it would be possible to think together about the development of a comprehensive program for Syria,” he said.

In the past half-year Turkey has come under the Russian orbit in Syria after Erdogan's early aggressive pursuit of regime change backfired which left him fighting for his political future and increasingly at odds with the United States and NATO. Turkey's very presence at the summit is hugely significant, while at the same time both the US and EU have been sidelined.

The summit further aims to lay the groundwork for a Syrian national dialogue congress due to be hosted by Russia in December. It is possible that an entirely new constitution, including terms of future presidential elections (likely to include Assad running), will be framed during that future meeting involving members of the political opposition.

But it's concerning the terms of this December Russian-sponsored meeting that Erdogan will seek to assert himself at Sochi: he is insisting that Syrian Kurds be excluded from the negotiating table on the grounds that they have links to the PKK and other Kurdish movements that Turkey labels as terrorists. However, it is unlikely that a lasting political settlement for Syria can be negotiated and successfully held without Syrian Kurdish input.

So it looks like things are moving forward concerning political settlement and future stability for Syria, entirely without direct US or European involvement or input.

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<![CDATA[Арабские страны расширили списки связанных с Катаром террористов]]> http://so-l.ru/news/y/2017_11_23_arabskie_strani_rasshirili_spiski_svyazann Thu, 23 Nov 2017 01:57:29 +0300 <![CDATA[Hariri's "Unresignation" As Seen In A Bizarre Photo With The Iranian Ambassador]]> During Wednesday's independence day celebrations in Lebanon, Prime Minister Saad Hariri was bizarrely photographed in what appeared to be in a warm and enthusiastic handshake with Iran's ambassador to Lebanon, Mohammad Fathali, while greeting dignitaries less than 24 hours after his plane touched down in Beirut following his bizarre two week detention in Saudi Arabia. 

The photograph is receiving a lot of attention and circulation on Arab social media as ironically during his initial televised resignation speech from Riyadh he cited Iranian meddling and rising influence, even going so far as to suggest he could be assassinated in a nefarious Iranian plot. Yet now he appears surprisingly overjoyed standing in front of the Iranian ambassador. 

But surely, based on the below photograph, the Saudi script is not unfolding exactly as planned. Not only did Hariri announce earlier on Wednesday that he will remain Lebanon's prime minister, but he looks absolutely relieved to be back, and nothing close to being a man who actually fears possible assassination (as he previously declared in Saudi Arabia, likely under coercion). 


Lebanon's PM Hariri shaking hands with Iran's ambassador to Beirut, today in the
ceremony of Independence Day, and after Hariri suspended resignation. Image via IRNA

Hariri addressed thousands of supporters during an independence day gathering and pledged to stay in Lebanon, while also declaring "Lebanon first".

As we reported earlier, his initial shocking resignation, which President Michel Aoun had refused to formally accept, came amidst Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman's (MBS) aggressive crackdown within the royal family and against high officials, which resulted in the deaths of at least two princes, and the arrests of at least a dozen others.

In televised comments soon after arrival in Beirut, Hariri said that he “presented my resignation to President Aoun today and he urged me to wait” for more dialogue. “I showed responsiveness to this hope.” Hariri also denied reports that Riyadh forced him to step down. He says the claims that Saudi Arabia was keeping him against his will are merely “rumors.”

Meanwhile, in the midst of MBS' purge, new revelations emerged and were confirmed of an official Saudi-Israeli intelligence sharing relationship targeting Iran and Lebanese Hezbollah.

Though Hariri tried to calm Lebanese fears during an awkward and likely coerced televised interview from Riyadh, saying, "Resignation could be withdrawn if Lebanon sticks to its policy of disassociation [from Hezbollah/Iran/Syria]. I was at my home [in Saudi] and not The Ritz [in reference to the detained Saudi princes]" - he didn't immediately return to Lebanon, instead traveling to France last Saturday to meet with President Macron.

Some analysts dubbed Hariri's strange travels an Odysseus style exile and wandering as he left France for Egypt to meet with Sisi, after which he arrived in Cyprus to meet with that nation's president, before finally returning to Lebanon. 

Yet since Hariri's over two week long odyssey, regional powers have threatened war resulting in both the Lebanese Army and Hezbollah being placed on "high alert" with Syria also promising to present a united front with Hezbollah should Israel escalate.

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<![CDATA[U.S. pressed Saudis to ease Yemen blockade: sources]]> ]]> http://so-l.ru/news/y/2017_11_23_u_s_pressed_saudis_to_ease_yemen_blocka Thu, 23 Nov 2017 01:09:54 +0300 <![CDATA[How Obama and Trump Left a Vacuum in the Middle East]]> Once upon a time, all the experts said that America was the guarantor of security in the Middle East. To the extent that it’s still true, it’s not at all what you’re thinking. Actually, it’s probably the exact opposite of what you’re thinking.

Israel Defense Forces chief Lieutenant General Gadi Eisenkot gave an unprecedented interview last week to the Saudi media. In a hold-the-presses moment, Eisenkot disclosed that Israel was ready to share sensitive intelligence with moderate Arab countries for the purpose of countering Iran. He credited President Donald Trump with creating an opportunity for a new alliance in the region.

It wasn’t too long ago that dreams of strategic convergence between Israel and Sunni Arabia were simply unimaginable. Even today, Israel’s new Persian Gulf allies are still technically at war with the Jewish state. But eight years with Barack Obama as president of the United States and now, the advent of Trump, have transformed the calculus of the Middle East.

Reconciliation with some of its old adversaries has improved Israel’s security predicament. And indeed, Uncle Sam is at least partially responsible for this windfall — but by default. The scaffolding of this budding romance is commiseration between Arabs and Israelis over the dubious quality of American leadership. The locals have stopped expecting the cavalry to ride in and save the day. The United States is catching up on its sleep.

The world’s worst-kept secret is that Israel and Saudi Arabia are almost perfectly aligned in their opposition to Iran. Eisenkot confirmed this in his interview. The Obama administration’s support for the Iranian nuclear deal, which both countries opposed, was the crucible of this new Israeli-Arab partnership to block an ascendant Shia Islam. When the agreement, for all its immediate benefits, reintroduced Iran into the family of nations and breathed new life into its expansionist ambitions, notorious enemies discovered unity in resistance to a common enemy. Trump has yet to address their concerns about Iranian misconduct with much more than menacing rhetoric, however.

In Syria, American inaction has rehabilitated Russia as a destructive regional power and emboldened its Iranian confederates. Reneging on his self-imposed red line, Obama decided against a military response to the Assad regime’s use of chemical weapons in 2013. Instead, he embraced Moscow’s proposal for its Syrian client to surrender its chemical weapons stockpiles. Syria was still using the illegal munitions on its own people as recently as April, according to United Nations investigators.

The Trump administration is similarly stymied by Russian diplomacy as the Syrian civil war rages on. President Vladimir Putin continues to veto Security Council calls for an inquiry into the tragic Syrian situation. And despite a cease-fire agreement, Russia continues to provide cover — with the acquiescence of the United States — to the “legitimate” presence of Iranian military advisers in Syria. Israelis and Sunni Arabs watch on with horror as their mortal foes, Iran and Hezbollah, run roughshod over the country, filling the vacuum left by a once-assertive America.

Trump has certainly been less deliberate and consistent than Obama in his management of global affairs, but this remaking of the Middle East is their shared legacy. Their message has been the same: If America’s friends in the region aspire for enhanced security, they’d best not wait for the White House to provide it. And if recent events offer any indication, the message has been received loud and clear.

A new cooperative spirit in the region, born of American apathy, has emboldened pro-Western governments to unite in promoting their interests more aggressively than ever before. A young generation of Saudi royals is stepping up to the plate. Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman leads the charge on Iran, pushing back against its influence in Yemen and Lebanon. The Saudi-encouraged (or engineered, depending on whom you ask) resignation of Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri was a bold move designed to challenge Iran’s Hezbollah proxy and expose its control over the Lebanese state. The full consequences of these actions — including a massive purge of Saudi princes — are yet unclear, but Trump seems perfectly comfortable as their enabler.

Israel has also been doing its part to confront the Shia axis, if Syrian and Lebanese reports of Israeli strikes are to be believed. And it has no intention of stopping, especially since its petition to establish a sizable buffer zone to keep Iranian troops and proxy forces away from its border fell on deaf American ears. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu threw off his gloves a few days ago, making it clear that Israel will keep acting “in accordance with our understanding and in accordance with our security needs.” Others in the region feel the same way.

Some in the U.S. argue that it’s time for America’s partners to start solving their own problems by themselves. It’s an understandable position, but a short-sighted one. The United States has interests in the world, and outsourcing is the worst way to protect them.

Sitting in the back seat will allow others to control America’s destiny. French President Emmanuel Macron is already filling the vacuum on Lebanon, working the phones between Tehran and Jerusalem. And on Wednesday, the leaders of Russia, Turkey and Iran launched a new initiative in Sochi to achieve a political settlement in Syria. Should hostilities erupt in Syria, Iran or elsewhere in the region, the U.S. will regret having played observer. At that point, the cost of defending its security, economic and diplomatic imperatives will be exorbitantly high.

Left to their own devices, regional powers are liable to advance solutions tailored to their own smaller sizes. But actions in hot spots like Iraqi Kurdistan and Yemen risk triggering wider conflicts as warring parties with narrow agendas set off unpredictable ripple effects. If that happens, de-escalation — for everyone’s sake — will be required. Nobody is better suited to that task than the United States.

Foreign leaders who recognize America’s contribution to a stable world are trying to wake the slumbering giant. Last summer, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau brought his anti-protectionism case directly to the National Governors Association. European and Asian countries are reaching out to forge collaboration with state and municipal officials across the U.S. Their objective is to revive the United States as a positive force in the international system, or at least to work with more willing partners than those in Washington.

If Pax Americana is dead in the Middle East, it’s only because America has euthanized it. Israel, Saudi Arabia and other moderate Arab states would also welcome a more engaged U.S. into their backyard, but are otherwise taking care of business. They aren’t sitting on their hands in anticipation of a decision that may never come. Trump can give them a call if he suddenly chooses to put America back behind the steering wheel.


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<![CDATA[Lebanese PM puts resignation on hold, in surprise reversal]]> http://so-l.ru/news/y/2017_11_22_returning_pm_attends_lebanon_s_military Wed, 22 Nov 2017 23:50:06 +0300 <![CDATA[Syria talks in Russia, Saudi Arabia aim to unify rival sides]]> http://so-l.ru/news/y/2017_11_22_un_envoy_for_syria_urges_opposition_to_u Wed, 22 Nov 2017 23:34:11 +0300 <![CDATA[СМИ: Эр-Рияд убеждает участников ОПЕК+ продлить сделку до конца 2018 года]]> Саудовская Аравия в данный момент настоятельно убеждает нефтедобывающие страны, участвующие в соглашении о сокращении добычи нефти (ОПЕК+), принять решение о продлении договоренностей еще на три квартала, то есть, на весь 2018 год, сообщили источники агентству Рейтер.
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<![CDATA[Adopt a ‘common line,’ UN negotiator appeals to Syrian opposition]]> http://so-l.ru/news/y/2017_11_22_adopt_a_common_line_un_negotiator_app Wed, 22 Nov 2017 22:56:32 +0300 <![CDATA[Саудовская Аравия начнет выдавать туристические визы]]> http://so-l.ru/news/y/2017_11_22_saudovskaya_araviya_nachnet_vidavat_turist Wed, 22 Nov 2017 22:48:10 +0300 <![CDATA[Iraq Wants To Build Gas Pipeline To Kuwait In Blow To Shell]]> http://so-l.ru/news/y/2017_11_22_iraq_wants_to_build_gas_pipeline_to_kuwa Wed, 22 Nov 2017 22:28:42 +0300 <![CDATA[Lebanon's PM Hariri defers resignation for dialogue]]> http://so-l.ru/news/y/2017_11_22_lebanon_s_pm_hariri_defers_resignation_f Wed, 22 Nov 2017 21:43:36 +0300 <![CDATA[Россия, вопреки прогнозам, не обанкротилась на сирийской операции]]>


Россия планирует завершить военную операцию в Сирии до конца 2017 года. Под завершением операции подразумевается прекращение авиаударов ВКС. Россия максимально сократит число людей и техники: останутся только необходимые силы и средства для функционирования авиабазы в Хмеймиме и пункта материально-технического обеспечения Военно-морского флота (ВМФ) России в Тартусе. Полностью сворачивать в Сирии свои базы Россия не намерена.

 

 

Более двух лет назад, когда Россия начинала операцию в Сирии, звучали самые разные в том числе пессимистичные прогнозы. Пессимисты полагали, что Сирия станет для России вторым Афганистаном, будет тяжелым испытанием для российского бюджета. Однако, современная российская армия принципиально отличается от боевых действий в Чечне или даже войны с Грузией 2008 года. Россия выполнила все поставленные задачи. Политическую - международные террористы разгромлены за пределами российских границ. Две важнейшие экономические задачи - Катар не сможет потеснить позиции Газпрома в Европе, Россия провела успешную рекламу своих вооружений. Сделки с Турцией, Ираном и Саудовской Аравией - это только первое, что бросается в глаза.

Казне операция обошлась, вопреки страхам, в довольно скромную сумму. В марте 2016 года, после объявления о начале вывода из Сирии основной части российской военной группировки, Владимир Путин рассказал, что операция обошлась в 33 млрд руб. Конечно, российская экономика слишком велика и диверсифицирована. Оборонка не может быть единственным локомотивом ее роста. Однако ВПК - это фабрика высоких технологий, которые часто находят применение и в гражданском секторе. По опубликованным в середине октября 2016 года данным Федеральной службы по военно-техническому сотрудничеству портфель экспортных оружейных заказов России составляет $52 млрд, а по итогам 2017 года российский оборонный экспорт превысит $15 млрд.

Единственной "неудачей" России является отсутствие в сирийской операции партнеров из ОДКБ. Даже символическое присутствие подразделений из Беларуси или Казахстана значительно бы укрепило геополитический вес России на международной арене.


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<![CDATA[Россия, вопреки прогнозам, не обанкротилась на сирийской операции]]>


Россия планирует завершить военную операцию в Сирии до конца 2017 года. Под завершением операции подразумевается прекращение авиаударов ВКС. Россия максимально сократит число людей и техники: останутся только необходимые силы и средства для функционирования авиабазы в Хмеймиме и пункта материально-технического обеспечения Военно-морского флота (ВМФ) России в Тартусе. Полностью сворачивать в Сирии свои базы Россия не намерена.

 

 

Более двух лет назад, когда Россия начинала операцию в Сирии, звучали самые разные в том числе пессимистичные прогнозы. Пессимисты полагали, что Сирия станет для России вторым Афганистаном, будет тяжелым испытанием для российского бюджета. Однако, современная российская армия принципиально отличается от боевых действий в Чечне или даже войны с Грузией 2008 года. Россия выполнила все поставленные задачи. Политическую - международные террористы разгромлены за пределами российских границ. Две важнейшие экономические задачи - Катар не сможет потеснить позиции Газпрома в Европе, Россия провела успешную рекламу своих вооружений. Сделки с Турцией, Ираном и Саудовской Аравией - это только первое, что бросается в глаза.

Казне операция обошлась, вопреки страхам, в довольно скромную сумму. В марте 2016 года, после объявления о начале вывода из Сирии основной части российской военной группировки, Владимир Путин рассказал, что операция обошлась в 33 млрд руб. Конечно, российская экономика слишком велика и диверсифицирована. Оборонка не может быть единственным локомотивом ее роста. Однако ВПК - это фабрика высоких технологий, которые часто находят применение и в гражданском секторе. По опубликованным в середине октября 2016 года данным Федеральной службы по военно-техническому сотрудничеству портфель экспортных оружейных заказов России составляет $52 млрд, а по итогам 2017 года российский оборонный экспорт превысит $15 млрд.

Единственной "неудачей" России является отсутствие в сирийской операции партнеров из ОДКБ. Даже символическое присутствие подразделений из Беларуси или Казахстана значительно бы укрепило геополитический вес России на международной арене.


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