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The Kuching Court of Appeal has adjourned the hearing of an appeal by Ling Hang Tsyr, the wife of slain bank manager Wong Jing Kui after one of the judges recused himself from the case.Ling was found ...
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KUCHING: The Court of Appeal here today adjourned to August 26 to hear an appeal by Ling Hang Tsyr, the wife of slain bank manager Wong Jing Kui.
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KUCHING: The Court of Appeal has adjourned the hearing of an appeal by Ling Hang Tsyr, the wife of slain bank manager Wong Jing Kui after one of the judges recused himself from the case.
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PETALING JAYA: Easter, considered the most important day in the Christian calendar that celebrates Jesus’ resurrection, saw thousands of worshippers attending mass at St Francis Xavier Church here.
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Thirty people were baptised to be converted as Catholics atSacred Heart Cathedral in Sibu, Sarawak on Easter Vigil.
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SIBU: Sarawak Police are seeking the public’s help to trace a man wanted for three counts of criminal breach of trust involving RM192,101.47 belonging to the Kapit Division Health Office last year.
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Thirty people were baptised to be converted as Catholics atSacred Heart Cathedral in Sibu, Sarawak on Easter Virgil.
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KUCHING, April 20 ― Despite never meeting each other, a government officer was willing to give a woman RM60,000 over their three-year relationship, Sarawak Commercial Crimes Investigation Department...
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BETONG, April 20 — The state government will proceed with implementing projects in Sarawak that have been suspended by the federal government, since they will greatly benefit the public, Chief Minis...
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SIBU: A civil servant, who believed that he had found his true love, sent RM60,000 as dowry to the woman for their marriage, only to realise later that he got scammed.
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SIBU: It will be a bleak Gawai for 161 residents of Rumah Umpang, Ulu Bauh Celon in Selangau as their longhouse was totally destroyed in a late night fire on Thursday (April 18).
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SIBU: The State Department of Safety and Health (DOSH) says that the high number of fatalities in the nation's shipbuilding industry needs to be looked into.
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KUCHING: Sarawak General Ope­ra­tions Force seized 2,300 boxes of beer, valued at RM516,000, which also saw the arrest of four men.
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PETALING JAYA: Sime Darby Auto Connexion (SDAC), the sole distributor of Ford in Malaysia, recently organised an outing for owners of the Ford Ranger during the 4X4 Sarawak Jamboree, which happens to ...
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Car club activities are always interesting to read up on, but it's the pickup truck clubs that are the most exciting - especially in East Malaysia.
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SIBU: A 37-year-old carpenter has been arrested for suspected sexual assault on a three-year-old girl.
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KOTA KINABALU: Sabahans and the people in Sarawakians have differing views on the failed attempt to pass the amendment to Article 1(2) of the Federal Constitution.
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KUALA LUMPUR: The airport operator said three international carriers which operate the Boeing 737 MAX to the KL International Airport (KLIA) had switched to other aircraft types after the Ethiopian Air incident on March 10.
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SIBU: Expensive meranti timber logs and machineries valued at RM1.4mil have been seized by the 10th Battalion General Operation Force (GOF) in a surprise operation on a log pond in Sungai Uka, Poi in Kanowit.
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SIBU, April 10 — Sixteen students of SMK Ulu Balingian were injured when the van they were in was involved in a collision with a tanker and Proton Preve’ police patrol car at Kilometre 98 Jalan Si...
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KUALA LUMPUR: A group of DAP lawmakers has urged that a Parliamentary Select Committee investigate the findings of the Human Rights Commission of Malaysia (Suhakam) into the enforced disappearance of Pastor Raymond Koh and activist Amri Che Mat.
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SIBU: A senior lawyer has claimed that there is no difference between the 1976 version and the proposed amended version of Article 1(2) of the Federal Constitution to honour the Malaysia Agreement 1963 (MA63) in Parliament.
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SIBU: An insurance clerk in Sri Aman was duped of RM159,450 in a scam by a man she met on social media.
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KUALA LUMPUR, April 3 — Budget carrier AirAsia will add 437 flights from May 30 to June 16 this year, to cater to the expected passenger increase during the Hari Raya Aidilfitri festive period.
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SIBU: An odd job worker has been arrested for allegedly outraging the modesty of a pub worker.
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SIBU: A 27-year old man has been nabbed on suspicion of raping a schoolgirl in a hotel in Kapit, about three hours' express boat journey from here.
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SIBU: A dishwasher has been sentenced to eight years jail for stabbing her husband’s girlfriend in her private parts during a threesome gone wrong.
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SIBU: A woman who stabbed her husband's girlfriend in her private parts in a threesome-gone-wrong has been sentenced to eight years in jail by a Sessions Court here.
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SIBU: The Visit Sarawak Campaign (VSC) is expected to hits its target of five millions tourist arrivals by the end of the year.
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SIBU: A woman has been detained for allegedly injuring her husband’s girlfriend with a knife after the three of them had a threesome.
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SIBU: A 34-year-old woman suffered serious injuries to her private parts after she was stabbed with a kitchen knife by another woman on Sunday night, during a threesome that went awry.
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SIBU: A woman has been detained here for allegedly injuring her husband's girlfriend, who is also married, with a knife after they had a threesome.
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SIBU: Works Minister Baru Bian has called for whistleblowers to come forward in secret and spill the dirt about “Ali Baba” contracts.
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SIBU, March 23 (Bernama) – The public can now report corrupt activities and Ali Baba practices during the implementation of projects to the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC), without havi...
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A total of 73 people from nine families became homeless when seven wooden houses in Kampung Bahru in Sibu, Sarawak were destroyed in a noon fire on Friday.Central Zone Bomba chief Wan Kamaruddin said...
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SIBU: A total of 73 people from nine families were made homeless after fire razed seven wooden houses in Kampung Bahru here at noon on Friday (March 22).
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SIBU: A fisherman has caught a giant 150kg stingray in Kuala Sibuti, about five hours drive from here.
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PETALING JAYA: Photographer Edwin Ong who recently won a prestigious award has refuted allegations that his winning photo was staged.
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KUCHING, March 18 ― A government servant was scammed into parting with RM370,500 after a man, who claimed to be an engineer in London, promised to marry her, Sarawak police said today.
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SIBU: A civil servant was duped of RM370,500 in a love scam by a man she met on social media.
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For a segment that Perodua has been absent from for the longest of times, they are making a surprisingly strong comeback with their Aruz SUV.
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At the flag-off ceremony of the Perodua Aruz TransBorneo Convoy, Perodua President and CEO, Dato’ Zainal Abidin Ahmad announced that since the launch of the Perodua Aruz in January, the company has ...
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Bookings for the Perodua Aruz have now climbed to 14,000 units since its launch in January, and the automaker says that it has delivered 4,000 units to buyers so far.
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KUCHING: Perodua is aiming for its new seven-seater Aruz to top the SUV sales charts in Sabah and Sarawak, a predominantly SUV-driven market.
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SIBU: Sibu-born photographer Edwin Ong Kee Wee won the grand prize in the prestigious 8th Hamdan International Photography Award 2019 (HIPA).
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SIBU: A female auditor was cheated of RM53,600 in a scam after she was fooled by her online "friend".
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SIBU: This is the month for the filing tax returns, so beware of scammers using tax as a ruse to dupe the unsuspecting like the businesswoman here who was conned of RM9,200 for supposedly failing to settle her tax arrears.
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SIBU: Twelve passengers in an express bus should thank their lucky stars that they managed to escape serious injuries when the bus crashed and landed on its side along the Pan Borneo Highway on Jalan Tamin-Selangau.
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SIBU: A man was charged in the Sibu magistrate’s court here today, with five counts of cheating five individuals involving non-existent logging jobs in Liberia in January, this year.
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SIBU: A businessman has been released on bail of RM12,500 in two sureties by the Magistrate's Court here after he pleaded not guilty to five charges of cheating on Tuesday (March 12).
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KUCHING: The Sarawak government is collaborating with the University of Cambridge, United Kingdom, to set up its own international residential schools soon, according to Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi ...
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SIBU: An assistant cook has been arrested for allegedly raping an underage girl who has given birth to a baby girl.
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KUCHING: Sarawak Chief Minister Abang Johari Openg says the state government is planning to build affordable international schools which will also cater to students from the lower income bracket.
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KUCHING, March 8 — The state government will build five international schools specially for top performing students from Sarawak, Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Openg said today.
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SIBU: The magistrate's court here on Wednesday (March 6) granted a four-day remand order on two men who were allegedly involved in a job scam that offered high paying logging jobs in Liberia.
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While it might not be driverless like in Singapore, the inclusion of electric buses has been deemed as a step forward for the local public transportation system.
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KUCHING: One of the three suspects in the Cambodia job scam case has been arrested last night.
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SIBU: Sarawak, which has spent RM9bil on development, is expected to register 5% growth this year.
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KUCHING, March 5 — Sibu police have arrested two men suspected to have been involved in scamming eight Sarawakians to work in Liberia, state Commercial Crimes Investigation Department head Superinte...
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KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia Airlines will be increasing and upgrading its flights to accommodate the Hari Raya Aidilfitri travel surge beginning May 25 until June 16, 2019.
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KUALA LUMPUR (March 5): Malaysia Airlines will be increasing and upgrading its flights to accommodate the Hari Raya Aidilfitri travel surge beginning May 25 until June 16, 2019.
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KUCHING: Police today confirmed that two male suspects have been arrested in connection with the alleged job scam in Liberia.
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SIBU: Two people have been arrested in connection with a scam where eight Sarawakians were sent to Liberia, purportedly to work in logging camp for RM9,000 a month.
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SIBU: One of the eight Malaysians who returned home yesterday after falling victim to a job scam in Liberia said a businessman had brought them to the African state but abandoned them when his plan to...
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SEPANG, March 5 — The eight Malaysians who were stranded in Monrovia, Liberia since February 4 after they were cheated by an employment syndicate arrived at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (K...
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SIBU, March 5 — “One of our taukehs failed to strike a business deal so he fled and left us,” revealed Enyang anak Ato, 66, one of the eight Malaysians who were stranded in Monrovia, Liberia sin...
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SIBU: The eight Malaysians, who were stranded in Monrovia, Liberia since Feb 4 after they were cheated by a job syndicate have arrived at Sibu Airport following a flight from KLIA.
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SEPANG: A month-long ordeal finally ended for eight Sarawakians who were duped into flying to Liberia on promises of employment opportunities in February.
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SEPANG: Eight Malaysians who fell victim to a job scam in Africa returned home this afternoon and related how they were given papaya leaves to eat before their meals.
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KUCHING, March 3 — A landslide and ongoing construction of the Pan Borneo highway has caused major service disruptions for a number of Unifi and TM fixed-line customers in Sibu, Tanjung Manis and Ja...
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A landslide and ongoing construction of the Pan Borneo highway has caused major service disruptions for a number of Unifi and TM fixed-line customers in Sibu, Tanjung Manis and Jalau.
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SIBU: A fire destroyed a double-storey wooden house and damaged two others here today, leaving three families of 15 people homeless.
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KUCHING, March 2 ― The Ministry of Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs hopes to have one set of prices for petrol and diesel sold in the urban and rural areas of Sarawak this year, its deputy minist...
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SIBU: A number of people from the B40 lower income group, especially those in rural areas, may fail to get the second handout of Bantuan Sara Hidup Rakyat (BSHR) as they are not able to successfully apply for or update their information as required.
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MIRI: Sarawak Forestry Corporation (SFC) enforcement units carried out a series of raids throughout Sarawak this week in a statewide operation against abuse of wildlife, rescuing a variety of rare species.
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SIBU: Police have detained five men who went on a rampage and damaged a restaurant here over food issues.
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Five people have been arrested over a Feb 26 incident in Sibu, Sarawak after a group of men went on a rampage and caused damage to a restaurant.Sibu OCPD Asst Comm Stanley Jonathan Ringgit said the fi...
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SIBU: Police detained five men to facilitate investigations into an incident where a group of men went on a rampage and caused damages to a restaurant in Jalan Pahlawan here last night in which a work...
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SIBU: Five people have been arrested in relation to a Feb 26 incident here in a group of men went on a rampage and caused damage to a restaurant.
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SIBU, Feb 27 — Tanjung Manis Economic Growth Area (T-MEGA), formerly known as Tanjung Manis halal hub, is confident that investors from China will soon receive the Environmental Impact Assessment (E...
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SIBU: When his fiancee’s family pestered him to marry their daughter, the desperate soldier got a little too creative and printed RM4,000 in counterfeit notes because he was short of cash.
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SIBU: A soldier has been sentenced to two years' jail by a Sessions Court here after pleading guilty to printing RM4,000 in counterfeit notes to fund his wedding.
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SIBU: Three people died and nine were seriously injured in two road accidents on Monday (Feb 25).
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SIBU: A 65-year-old woman electrocuted by after a water pump malfunctioned when her son tried to clear their flooded house in Jalan Saga, Off Jalan Lanang here.
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SIBU: The study by an independent consultant on the toll issue in the country is still ongoing and is only expected to be completed in May, according to Works Minister Baru Bian.
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SIBU (Feb 22): The study by an independent consultant on the toll issue in the country is still ongoing and is only expected to be completed in May, said Works Minister Baru Bian today.
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SIBU (Feb 22): The study by an independent consultant on the toll issue in the country is still ongoing and is only expected to be completed in May, said Works Minister Baru Bian today.
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The study by an independent consultant on the toll issue in the country is still ongoing and is only expected to be completed in May, said Works Minister Baru Bian.
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SIBU, Feb 22 — The study by an independent consultant on the toll issue in the country is still ongoing and is only expected to be completed in May, said Works Minister Baru Bian.
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SIBU: A young lorry attendant has been arrested for allegedly raping his and impregnating his 14-year-old girlfriend.
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SIBU: Construction work on the much awaited 17km-long Jalan Pasi, which will link Sarikei to Tanjung Manis Halal Hub, will start in the second quarter of this year.
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PUTRAJAYA (Feb 20): Urban Transformation Centres (UTC) in Sabah and Sarawak will have new operating hours from March 4, based on demand and the Government’s move to cut costs, said Finance Minister ...
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SIBU: Thirty-five people from six families were made homeless when their longhouse in Jalan Sentosa Timur collapsed after one of its supporting poles gave way.
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KOTA KINABALU: The election petitions for Sabah’s Kimanis and Sipitang parliamentary seats won by Barisan Nasional (BN) in the 14th general election have been fixed for mention at the High Court her...
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SIBU: An Indian national pleaded not guilty at the magistrate's court here to a charge of deceiving eight of his countrymen into paying a total of RM69,868 to him to secure work in a job scam.
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KOTA KINABALU: The Kota Kinabalu court here has fixed March 1 for the mention of two election petitions – Kimanis and Sipitang.
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SIBU (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - He was short of money for his wedding next month.
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SIBU: Police arrested a soldier yesterday on suspicion of printing counterfeit notes amounting to RM4,000 to cover the cost of his wedding scheduled for end of next month.
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SIBU: Sarawak police are investigating a police report by a former MP denying his involvement in a syndicate which sent a group of Malaysian workers to Cambodia.
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SIBU: He was short of money for his wedding next month. So he printed counterfeit notes totalling RM4,000 and gave them to his fiancee for use on their big day.
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