SREBRENICA MARCHING SEASON

J. P. Maher. July 8 2010 14:09:03. The Washington Times, in step with the other presstitutes, is beating the “Srebrenica Massacre” drum, I happens every July…

Here is a digest gleaned from the search engine Lexis- Nexis, covering July-octber 1995.

The Massacre fabrication was a smoke screen for the US-led, Croatia- executed slaughter of the Serb Krajina and its absorption into Greater Croatia.

July 12, 1995. The Washington Times.  Wednesday, Final Edition.

White House condemns Serbs, refuses to discuss taking action
BYLINE: J. Jennings Moss; THE WASHINGTON TIMES. SECTION: Part A; Pg. A19

White House officials yesterday said the Bosnian Serb offensive in Srebrenica was an example of „repugnant behavior“ but would not speculate on whether it will prompt President Clinton to commit U.S. ground troops…The move by the Bosnian Serbs was the first to take over one of the six U.N. „safe areas,“ a designation made two years ago. NATO air strikes on Serbian tanks failed to repel the attack.

NO REPORT OF A MASSACRE

July 13, 1995. The Washington Times.  Thursday, Final Edition. BYLINE: James Morrison; THE WASHINGTON TIMES. SECTION: Part A; WORLD; EMBASSY ROW; Pg. A14
… Expressing his increasing exasperation with U.N. peacekeepers, Bosnian Ambassador Sven Alkalaj said yesterday that his government will show them the door if they would just pack up and pull out. „The U.N. should leave if that will help us defend ourselves. . . . We’ll help them leave,“ Mr. Alkalaj told a conference of Parliamentarians for Global Action in Washington. He spoke the day after Bosnian Serb rebels overran the U.N. „safe haven“ of Srebrenica.

NO REPORT OF A MASSACRE

July 14, 1995. The Washington Times. Friday, Final Edition..
Western allies‘ failure in Bosnia ruins united front; France expects imminent pullout
BYLINE: Andrew Borowiec; THE WASHINGTON TIMES
SECTION: Part A; WORLD; Pg. A14

July 15, 1995. The Washington Times.  Saturday, Final Edition. Clinton won’t send GIs to Bosnia ; U.S. might provide air support.BYLINE: J. Jennings Moss and Martin Sieff; THE WASHINGTON TIMES.SECTION: Part A; WORLD; Pg. A7

President Clinton yesterday avoided committing U.S. troops to a French plan to fortify Bosnian enclaves from Serbian attack but dispatched the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff to discuss the proposal with Western allies.Gen. John Shalikashvili will meet with his counterparts from Britain, France and perhaps other allied nations tomorrow in London to discuss the plan to use European military force, possibly backed by U.S. air power, to protect the remaining Bosnian Muslim refugee enclaves from Serbian conquest. Officials said such action would probably focus on protecting Goradze and Zepa, two towns in eastern Bosnia not far from Srebrenica, which fell to Serbian forces this week….Asked if time was running out for the heavily outgunned Bosnians, Mr. McCurry said: „The situation is certainly urgent and dire in Zepa, and we are getting very conflicting reports there of what the situation on the ground is.“

The talks with France and other key allies „go to the heart of what’s the future of this mission all about, and what are the long-term prospects for keeping a U.N. presence in Bosnia,“ said one official. Mr. McCurry admitted that neither the administration nor the major European nations had any detailed contingency plans worked out to deter further Bosnian Serb attacks.

NO REPORT OPF A MASSACRE
July 17, 1995. The Washington Times.  Monday, Final Edition.
Perry eyes boost in U.N. forces, more air power
BYLINE: Bill Gertz; THE WASHINGTON TIMES. SECTION: Part A; Pg. A1

Defense Secretary William Perry said yesterday that the only option for the West is to strengthen the United Nations‘ military forces in Bosnia so they can defend U.N.-declared „safe areas,“ and that U.S. air power should be used vigorously in the effort.

„We are, I believe, at a defining moment in this war, and the actions that we take in the next few weeks are going to be very critical,“ Mr. Perry said as U.S. and allied military leaders met in London to discuss how to react to recent Bosnian Serb gains over U.N.-protected areas…. French Adm. Jacques Lanxade outlined new plans to bolster Bosnian safe areas in talks with his counterparts, British Field Marshal Sir Peter Inge and Gen. John Shalikashvili, chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff.

French President Jacques Chirac said in Paris yesterday that reported atrocities committed by Bosnian Serb rebels against the local Muslim population in Bosnia were similar to Nazi atrocities against Jews in World War II. „Let us learn the lessons of history. Let us not allow ourselves to be the passive witnesses or accomplices to the unacceptable,“ he said….

July 18, 1995. The Washington Times.  Tuesday, Final Edition. We lost the battle, but won the war. BYLINE: Richard Grenier; THE WASHINGTON TIMES. SECTION: Part A; COMMENTARY; OP-ED; Pg. A21

…The catastrophe in Bosnia, announced Assistant Secretary of State Richard Holbrooke, also last week, is „the greatest collective failure of the West since the 1930s.“ But is it? Perhaps Bosnia, as Gen. William Odom has said, is worth a massive U.S. military intervention and an occupation by U.S. troops „for a generation.“ …

NO REPORT OF A MASSACRE

July 18, 1995. Shortly after making his comments to reporters, Mr. Sacirbey met at the White House with Anthony Lake, Mr. Clinton’s national security adviser; Madeleine K. Albright, U.S. ambassador to the United Nations; and other officials. But Mr. McCurry said Mr. Sacirbey did not repeat his comment about the need to end the U.N. mission, although he said they did discuss the general future of Unprofor. The 45-minute meeting was „constructive and serious“ and focused on the current situation in Bosnia. A more pressing matter for the administration is keeping together the allied coalition against the Bosnian Serb offensive. British and French officials already have clashed over what course to take, and Sunday’s meeting in London did little to resolve those differences.

NO REPORT OF A MASSACRE

July 19, 1995. The Washington Times.  Wednesday, Final Edition.
Britain, U.S. pals again, stand by Unprofor.BYLINE: Martin Sieff; THE WASHINGTON TIMES. SECTION: Part A; WORLD; Pg. A15.

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July 19, 1995. the Washington Times.  Wednesday, Final Edition. BYLINE: James Morrison; THE WASHINGTON TIMES. SECTION: Part A; WORLD; EMBASSY ROW; Pg. A16
U.N. ARMS SAID STOLEN …calling the fall of Srebrenica a „new low“ for the Western allies, the council wrote, „It is abundantly clear that Unprofor is bankrupt. . . . „To continue it is to perpetuate a massive and expensive hoax, to doom this peacekeeping operation to a slow, humiliating death, to compromise future U.N. operations and to erode the foundation of European security.“ The letter was signed by former Ambassadors Morton Abramowitz, Max Kampelman and Jeane Kirkpatrick, former Defense Secretary Frank Carlucci, former National Security Adviser Zbigniew Brzezinski, and former State Department spokesman Hodding Carter.

NO REPORT OF A MASSACRE

July 21, 1995.  The Washington Times. Friday, Final Edition.
Chirac gives OK to bomb Bosnia ; Clinton wants to threaten Serbs
BYLINE: J. Jennings Moss and Martin Sieff; THE WASHINGTON TIMES
SECTION: Part A; Pg. A1
President Clinton won the consent of French President Jacques Chirac yesterday to threaten the Bosnian Serbs with massive air strikes … The French president’s acquiescence removes a major obstacle in the path of agreement today at a scheduled meeting in London on a response to the Serbian offensive against the „safe areas“ under U.N. protection.

The new U.S. proposal would for the first time allow pre-emptive attacks on Serbian air defenses, Mr. Perry said. Mr. Perry said the fall of the Muslim enclaves of Srebrenica last week and Zepa this week „brought us to a turning point in the Bosnian war. We either have to fix Unprofor or withdraw. That is the stark choice facing us today.“

Mr. Perry and Gen. Shalikashvili said the increased air strikes should hit Serbian air defenses, tanks, missile sites and other military targets.

NO REPORT OF A MASSACRE

July 22, 2995. The Washington Times. July 22, 1995, Saturday, Final Edition. Extreme public relations, etc.
SECTION: Part C; COMMENTARY; EDITORIALS; Pg. C2

„Bosnian Serb Army command has announced that representatives of the Muslim population in Zepa, Hamdjija Torlak and Dr. Beljamin Kulovac, have accepted conditions for surrender at today’s meeting held with the commander of the Bosnian Serb army, General Ratko Mladic. Bosnian Serb army also announced that arrangements are being made to evacuate 30 wounded Muslim soldiers tomorrow morning with UNPROFOR vehicles. Permission for leaving Zepa will be provided to all others in accordance with an arrangement of safe conduct with UNPROFOR, starting tomorrow at 2:00 pm.“

NO REPORT OF A MASSACRE

July 23, 1995.  The Washington Times.  Sunday, Final Edition. Supplying arms won’t assure Bosnian win
BYLINE: Martin Sieff; THE WASHINGTON TIMES. SECTION: Part A; WORLD; NEWS ANALYSIS; Pg. A6

If U.N. forces pull out of the former Yugoslavia, which would have to happen under Mr. Dole’s proposed legislation before U.S. participation in the arms embargo would be lifted, then the Bosnian Muslims and Serbs would be left to slug it out between each other.  Then, „the Serb strategy would be to overrun as much of Bosnia as quickly as possible before [the Muslims] could get the weapons they need,“ said Mr. Zakheim. If that happened, and the Muslim-led government was only able to bring in new weapons with its own limited resources, the Serbian strategy could work, Mr. Zakheim said. „The Muslims [in that eventuality] would not be able to protect the safe areas they currently hold except for [the Bosnian capital] Sarajevo,“ he said.

NO REPORT OF A MASSACRE

July 23, 1995. DATELINE: PARIS. The Washington Times. Sunday, Final Edition. SECTION: Part A; WORLD PRESS ROUNDUP; Pg. A8 The following are from publications around the world:

GULF DAILY NEWS ON BOSNIA, MANAMA, Bahrain – French President Jacques Chirac threw down the gauntlet to his Western allies . . . by urging them to act immediately to end the humiliations … The NATO attacks during the assault on Srebrenica destroyed a Serb military truck and left a hole in the ground …

AL-SHAAB. ON BOSNIA: CAIRO – What is happening to Muslims? What is happening to humanity? How can the whole world stand still watching more than 8,000 residents of Srebrenica taken hostage by the pigs of the 20th century? Where are the cultural values boasted by the West? What makes the leaders of the civilized world so blind to the situation? And what is our oil-rich Islamic world doing?…We are on the verge of a dark age where the outlaws triumph. The flood is near.

PARIS – Fifteen ramshackle tanks and about 1,500 half-trained Bosnian Serb troops who stormed the Muslim „safe area“ of Srebrenica may have dealt an irreparable blow to the concept of Western unity…  … According to French military reports, a large and well-armed Muslim force pulled out of Srebrenica without „valid“ resistance….

NO REPORT OF A MASSACRE

July 27, 1995. The Washington Times.  Thursday, Final Edition. Senate votes to lift arms embargo on Bosnia ; 69-29 margin would beat expected veto.
BYLINE: Nancy E. Roman; THE WASHINGTON TIMES. SECTION: Part A; Pg. A1

The Senate voted 69-29 yesterday to lift the Bosnia arms embargo – a vote margin that, if sustained, would override President Clinton’s promised veto of the action…

Mr. Nunn raised a host of problems in lifting the embargo. He noted that the Serbs occupy 75 percent to 80 percent of the territory.

He said Bosnians will have to make a difficult decision about whether to ask U.N. peacekeepers to leave, and that the United States will have to decide whether to assist with withdrawal.

NO REPORT OF A MASSACRE

July 27, 1995.  The Washington Times., Thursday, Final Edition. U.N. commander gets air-strike authority
BYLINE: Catherine Toups; THE WASHINGTON TIMES.SECTION: Part A; Pg. A1

U.N. Secretary-General Boutros Boutros-Ghali yesterday gave in to growing pressure from NATO and handed over his authority to veto air strikes in Bosnia to his military commander…
The concession, lauded by the Clinton administration as a step that could change the course of the three-year Balkan war, appeared to pertain specifically to deterring attacks on the so-called „safe area“ of Gorazde. Two „safe areas,“ Srebrenica and Zepa, already have fallen..

NO REPORT OF A MASSACRE

July 28, 1995. The Washington Times.  Friday, Final Edition. BYLINE: Daniel Goure / Stephen McMahon. SECTION: Part A; COMMENTARY; Pg. A20

… The escalation of conflict is exemplified by the downing of a U.S. Air Force F-16 jet, the overrunning of Srebrenica by Serb forces guarded by lightly armed and poorly supported Dutch peacekeepers who could not stop the Serb advance, and the continuing shelling of Sarajevo and other „safe havens.“ This unprecedented level of combat calls for an alteration of the present course of action. There are two possible solutions. One is to maintain a U.N. role in Bosnia but to do so on a more sensible basis, that is by repositioning the U.N. forces, pull back from the exposed positions – including the two remaining Western „safe havens,“ particularly Gorazde. The United Nations would still have to formulate a clear policy for the use of force either to deter further attack or in retaliation for further Serb aggression.

The other solution, and the one that looks increasingly likely given the failure of the major powers to agree on a course of action, is to completely withdraw from Bosnia. Both solutions are risky. Withdrawing troops from their positions through hotly contested areas would expose them to enemy fire. As the troops are repositioned, Serb and Bosnian forces will be fighting for the abandoned land…The United Nations will need to predict such conflict areas so it can avoid them.

Daniel Goure is deputy director of political military studies at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS). Stephen McMahon is a research analyst at CSIS.

NO REPORT OF A MASSACRE

July 28, 1995. The Washington Times. Friday, Final Edition.
Clinton blames Senate vote on U.N. failures ; Bosnia hails move to end arms embargo; allies angry.
BYLINE: J. Jennings Moss and Rowan Scarborough; THE WASHINGTON TIMES.
SECTION: Part A; WORLD; Pg. A16   NO MENTION OF A MASSACRE…

July 28, 1995 . The Washington Times.  Friday, Final Edition. Bosnia’s right to bear arms
SECTION: Part A; COMMENTARY; EDITORIALS; Pg. A22

…Yet, basic fairness demands that the Bosnians be allowed to fight for their homes and for an eventual settlement they can live with. We have no right to continue to tie their hands.

NO REPORT OF A MASSACRE

August 2, 1995. The Washington Times. , Wednesday, Final Edition.
Court not likely to bring justice to Bosnian Serbs ; U.N. tribunal may be war casualty.
BYLINE: Peter Benesh; SPECIAL TO THE WASHINGTON TIMES
SECTION: Part A; WORLD; NEWS ANALYSIS; Pg. A15 DATELINE: THE HAGUE

The . .. blast Wednesday …  killed seven persons and wounded 80 in the Paris Metro. The bomb exploded a day after the tribunal indicted the top two Bosnian Serbs, Radovan Karadzic and Gen. Ratko Mladic, for „genocide“ and „crimes against humanity.“
French officials theorized that the explosion was the work either of Algerian Islamic militants or of Bosnian Serbs retaliating for the bombing of the Bosnian Serb capital, Pale. .. the second event was the resignation Thursday of a „dismayed“ Tadeusz Mazowiecki as the chief U.N. investigator in the former Yugoslavia. He condemned the United Nations for having accepted the fall of Srebrenica and resigned itself to the fate of Zepa, both designated Bosnian „safe areas“ entitled to U.N. protection.   …

NO REPORT OF A MASSACRE

August 10, 1995, Thursday, Final Edition

Victims tell panel of Serbian atrocities ; Use of rape as war weapon detailed.
BYLINE: Nancy E. Roman; THE WASHINGTON TIMES. SECTION: Part A; Pg. A12.

The International Committee of the Red Cross has said at least 6,000 people are unaccounted for since the rebel Serbs captured Srebrenica.

NO REPORT OF A MASSACRE

August 10, 1995, Thursday, Final Edition. U.S. advisers meet allies to rethink Balkan moves ; Croats‘ advance adds ’new dynamic‘.
BYLINE: Ben Barber; THE WASHINGTON TIMES. SECTION: Part A; Pg. A1
President Clinton yesterday dispatched his national security adviser to restart a much-ignored Balkan peace process, the same day Croatia rejected the latest Russian offer to mediate the dispute.

…Mr. Johnson also confirmed reports that signs of a mass grave have been spotted in the formerly U.N.-protected Muslim region of Srebrenica in Bosnia, which was overrun last month by Bosnian Serb forces.

„I can say that we’ve got some evidence from sensitive  [Albright?]

sources that tend to corroborate accounts of atrocities against the Bosnian men and boys who were prevented from leaving Srebrenica,“ said Mr. Johnson

HINT OF A MASSACRE

August 11, 1995.  The Washington Times., Friday, Final Edition.
Bosnian survivor tells U.N. of mass executions by Serbs.
BYLINE: Catherine Toups; THE WASHINGTON TIMES. SECTION: Part A; WORLD; Pg. A13
DATELINE: NEW YORK

NEW YORK – Spy photos and a horrifying eyewitness account by a 63-year-old efugee offer „compelling evidence“ that Serbs killed thousands of Bosnian men and boys in a mass execution last month, U.S. officials told the United Nations yesterday. U.S. Ambassador Madeleine K. Albright told the Security Council that between 2,000 and 2,700 unarmed Bosnians may have been machine-gunned to death by their Serbian captors after the fall of the so-called „safe area“ of Srebrenica. The men were reportedly lined up in groups of 20 and shot by the same Serbian captors who had guaranteed their safety. …

U.N. officials said they cannot confirm the U.S. evidence presented yesterday. But U.N. spokesman Fred Eckhard said it is „not implausible“ that such executions could have happened. Up to 6,000 men and boys from Srebrenica are still unaccounted for, and U.N. monitors have not been allowed into the area.

NO REPORT OF A MASSACRE

August 12, 1995. the Washington Times.  Saturday, Final Edition. Veto maintains Bosnia embargo ; Clinton sees new hope for peace.
BYLINE: Paul Bedard; THE WASHINGTON TIMES

…“ Mr. Dole said. „But things can change very quickly in that part of the world.“… For example, he said, continued reports of atrocities against Bosnian Muslims like those presented to Washington this week could provide „plenty of votes to override the veto.“ Already, we have seen evidence of mass graves outside of Srebrenica. And let us keep in mind that Sarajevo is still under siege,“ Mr. Dole said in a statement.

SENATOR DOLE:    NO REPORT OF A MASSACRE


NOW COME INTERMITTENT STORIES –AFTER THE CROATIAN MASSACRES IN KRAJINA.ugust

August 31, 1995. The Washington Times.  Thursday, Final Edition. Eye for eye in Bosnia
SECTION: Part A; COMMENTARY; EDITORIALS; Pg. A16.


[Markale II] … The five shells that landed in Sarajevo’s marketplace on Monday… As a result of the action, it was announced from Belgrade that Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic and his military commander Gen. Ratko Mladic were now willing, even eager, to negotiate, and would accept whatever position is taken by their Serbian master, President Slobodan Milosevic. Undoubtedly, their hope is to avert further military action. That we are negotiating with such people is fairly appalling in the first place, but, perhaps, now that they know that their continued atrocities will carry a heavy price, there is a chance for an eventual resolution of the crisis. …

NO REPORT OF A MASSACRE.

September 1, 1995. Yhe Washington Times. September 1, 1995. Friday, Final Edition

Lift the Bosnian arms embargo. SECTION: Part A; COMMENTARY; EDITORIALS; Pg. A20

One could certainly appreciate Sen. Bob Dole’s sentiment

It was, of course, in part the sickening spectacle of the fall of Zepa and Srebrenica in July that drove home to the international community the seriousness of the situation. Tens of thousands of women and children were driven from their homes, bussed or forced to march through enemy territory to the airport in Tuzla.

Men and boys were segregated and, according to eyewitness accounts, and aerial photographs, murdered and buried in mass graves.

NO  REPORT OF MASSACRE OF  7000-8000 …

September 6, 1995.The Washington Times., Wednesday, Final Edition

What I saw in Bosnia.
BYLINE: Paula J. Ghedini
SECTION: Part A; COMMENTARY; OP-ED; Pg. A19
After the fall of Srebrenica and Zepa, with their legacy of mass graves, ethnic cleansing, and thousands of missing boys and men… Then on Monday, Aug. 28, in an act of sheer defiance (or stupidity), the Bosnian Serbs shelled Sarajevo seven different times. They targeted not only Kosovo [sic] Hospital and residential areas, but also struck the Markale Market, where 68 civilians had been killed and over 200 wounded last year. –  Paula J. Ghedini, who recently returned from Bosnia, is an Advocacy Assistant at Refugees International in Washington , D.C.

NO REPORT OF A MASACRE

September 12, 1995. The Washington Times.  Tuesday, Final Edition. No winners likely in tangled Balkan war ; Will NATO strikes alter the equation?
BYLINE: Richard C. Gross; THE WASHINGTON TIMES. SECTION: Part A; Pg. A1
DATELINE: ZAGREB, CROATIA
ZAGREB, Croatia –

Resolution 824 of May 6, 1993, established six „safe areas“ in Bosnia-Herzegovina: Sarajevo, Tuzla, Gorazde, Bihac, Srebrenica and Zepa. The last two have since been overrun, and Bihac was „liberated“ during the Croatian offensive in Krajina.

NO REPORT OF A MASSACRE

September 14, 1995. The Washington Times. Thursday, Final Edition. Croatia hopes for help to rebuild ; Counts on cash of U.S. Europe.
BYLINE: Richard C. Gross; THE WASHINGTON TIMES.SECTION: Part A; WORLD; Pg. A13.

Croatia’s foreign minister … Mate Granic told a press briefing yesterday. „I think very strong help is expected from the Germans – the European Union. It would be something similar to the Marshall Plan.“ …Mr. Granic gave no indication that allied Croat and Bosnian government forces were taking advantage of the NATO bombing raids to press an offensive on the ground. But he said Donji Vakuf would be part of federated Croatian-Bosnian territory after a peace settlement. He also suggested the Donji Vakuf area would provide „very important“ living space for the 40,000 Bosnian Croats he said the Serbs had expelled from Srebrenica and Zepa in eastern Bosnia earlier this summer.

NO REPORT OF A MASACRE

September 24, 1995. The Washington Times.  Sunday, Final Edition.

Slovenia blooms amid Balkan unrest ;  Beat Serbs in ’91 with roadblocks.
BYLINE: Peter Benesh; SPECIAL TO THE WASHINGTON TIMES.
SECTION: Part A; NATION; Pg. A8
DATELINE: LJUBLJANA, SLOVENI

…Mr. Bavcar condemned the „mentality“ of the Serbs. „For example, take the case of Srebrenica. More than 2,000 men simply massacred just like that.” [Number from Albright]   “It’s crazy. „We fight fair. We fight by some rules. But they – it’s barbaric,“ he said. … Charging the Croats with brutality too, Mr. Bavcar said Croatian President Franjo Tudjman wants to be the second Josip Tito, the dictator who held Yugoslavia together for nearly 40 years… He added: „They accuse the Serbs of war crimes. But what they did to the Serbian population in the Krajina is on the same level.“

Croatia retook Krajina from the Croatian Serbs during a lightning four-day offensive in early August, forcing 150,000 people to flee. „The Croatians as a nation are neurotic,“ Mr. Bucar said. „The Serbs are Byzantine. I have spoken to Milosevic and others. They are still living in the 18th century. But they have tanks.“

October 14, 1995. The Washington Times.  Saturday, Final Edition. SECTION: Part A; WORLD; THE U.N. REPORT; Pg. A9
… Secretary-General … Akashi said the Muslim-led Bosnian army used the safe areas, which were supposed to be demilitarized, for training and massing its own troops.

Two of the safe areas – Srebrenica and Zepa – fell to Bosnian Serb forces in July. After that, authority for calling in air power shifted from U.N. civilian authorities to military commanders.

NO REPORT OFA MASACRE

October 31, 1995. The Washington Times.  Tuesday, Final Edition.

House balks at troops for Bosnia peacekeeping ; Resolution gets support of nearly 100 Democrats.
BYLINE: Rowan Scarborough; THE WASHINGTON TIMES.
SECTION: Part A; Pg. A1

…news reports resurfaced last week that Bosnian Serbs methodically executed thousands of civilians near the „safe haven“ of Srebrenica in July. The stories again raised suspicions about Mr. Milosevic, whose government provides arms to the Bosnian Serbs and represents their interests in the upcoming talks.

NOT EVEN YET CALLED A SURE THING, but only “reports”  – unsourced – :

and allegedly of civilians, not the fabled ‘7000-8000 men and boys”…

Eine Antwort

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