Weltweit gingen am vergangenen Samstag in ueber 60 Staedten die Menschen auf die Strasse, um gegen das Hundemassaker in Rumaenien zu demonstrieren


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Daniela Böhm:” Jeder getötete Hund ist eine Schande für die Menschlichkeit!”-Europaweit gingen Tierschützer auf die Straße- Steuergelder werden für Hundemorde verwendet-Mit Video

Hauptrednerin bei einer Demonstration gegen die Hundemorde in Rumänien in München war die Tochter des Schauspielers Karlheinz Böhm Daniela Böhm31 Bilder

Hauptrednerin bei einer Demonstration gegen die Hundemorde in Rumänien in München war die Tochter des Schauspielers Karlheinz Böhm Daniela Böhm (Foto: Norbert Zawe)

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Weltweit gingen am vergangenen Samstag in über 60 Städten die Menschen auf die Straße, um gegen das Hundemassaker in Rumänien zu demonstrieren .

In der Bayerischen Landeshauptstadt München wie in über 60 Europäischen Städten haben sich Hunderte von Menschen mit Kundgebungen und Demonstrationen gegen die von den Steuergeldern subvensionierten Morden versammelt und protestiert. Alleine in der Landeshauptstadt München haben sich über zweihundert Demonstranten versammelt, um gegen die noch immer andauernden Tötungen der Straßenhunde in Rumänien zu
demonstrieren.Eine Performance vor vielen Zuschauern am Isartor zeigte die Brutalität, mit der die Hunde verfolgt werden und wie an
ihrem Tod verdient wird, denn Hundefänger kassieren für dortige Verhältnisse hohe Prämien,genauso wie die staatlichen Tierheime.
Der Gemeinsam mit vielen anderen Städten in Deutschland und weltweit fand diese Protestaktion unter dem Motto „YES WE CARE“ statt.
In München trafen sich die Tierschützer am Max-Josephs-Platz und zogen von dort aus mit einem Demonstrationszug durch die Innenstadt bis zum Sendlinger Tor, wo eineSchlusskundgebung stattfand und ein Infostand aufgebaut war. Hauptrednerin bei dieser Kundgebung war Daniela Böhm, die Tochter des Schauspielers Karlheinz Böhm. Neben Daniela Böhm hielten noch von der Partei MUT –( Mensch, Umwelt, Tierschutz) Barbara Nauheimer
und Peter Zimmer eine Rede.In ihrer Rede ging Daniela Böhm auf den Mysteriösen Tod eines Jungen mit dem die Lynchjustiz begann ein.” Der mysteriöse Tod eines kleinen Jungen war der traurige Anlass für eine beispielslose Lynchjustiz und Jagd auf die Straßenhunde Rumäniens, die im letzten Herbst ihren Lauf nahm. Und für ein Gesetz, welches ihre Tötung in den dortigen Tierheimen erlaubt, wenn sie nicht innerhalb von 14 Tagen vermittelt werden, eine Frist, die gerade bei einer Vermittlung ins Ausland nahezu unmöglich ist! Wir fordern die Aufhebung dieses Gesetzes. Wir fordern die EU auf, endlich einzugreifen,”so Daniela Böhm.Desweiteren kritisierte sie die Verwendung der Steuergelder in Ihrer Rede. Daniela Böhm wörtlich:”Die Kommunen bekommen bis zu 250 Euro pro Hund und dessen Unterbringung und dies hat dazu geführt, dass das Einfangen von Hunden und ihre anschließende Tötung zu einem lukrativen Geschäft geworden sind, denn für jeden neuen Hund gibt es neues Geld! Auch die privaten Hundefänger profitieren von einer staatlichen Prämie von durchschnittlich 50 Euro pro Hund! Die Hunde werden teilweise auf brutalste Art und Weise eingefangen”, so die Tierschützerin.
“Die EU beruft sich darauf, so Daniela Böhm, dass sie keine Befugnis hat einzugreifen, da die Behandlung von Straßenhunden bisher nicht durch das Gemeinschaftsrecht geregelt sei, eine Rechtsgrundlage also fehlt. Dann sollte sie diese dringend mal schaffen! Sie schafft sie ja sonst auch für ganz banale Dinge, kristisierte Daniela Böhm.” Horst Seehofer wirbt gerade auf einem Wahlplakat mit dem Satz: „Wir brauchen ein besseres Europa“ Ja! Wir brauchen in der Tat ein besseres Europa! Ein Europa, das die Tiere als fühlende Lebewesen nicht nur auf dem Papier anerkennt, sondern dementsprechend handelt. Ein Europa, das sich für die Hunde in Rumänien einsetzt und die Regierung auffordert, ihr grausames Tötungsgesetz aufzuheben.”
Unzähliges Bildmaterial aus Rumänien beweist, dass hier gegen alle Rechte der Tiere verstoßen wird, wie etwa das Europäische Übereinkommen zum Schutz von Heimtieren, so Daniela Böhm in Ihrem Statement. ” Jeder getötete Hund, so Daniela Böhm abschließend ist eine Schande für die Menschlichkeit”.
Neben der Prominenten Rednerin waren auch die Tierschutzpartei (MUT – Mensch, Umwelt, Tierschutz) war mit Barbara Nauheimer
und Peter Zimmer vertreten und machte deutlich, dass für die Rechte der Tiere in Europa noch viel zu wenig getan wird und dass sich die MUT für die Rechte der Menschen als auch der Tiere einsetzt.
Organisiert wurde die Veranstaltung in München von Uwe Siwek, Susann Müller und Bettina Presche.
Gemeinsam mit Städten wie Berlin, Bogota, Toronto oder Amsterdam, hat München Flagge für Rumäniens Hunde gezeigt und sich damit wieder einmal als „Weltstadt mit Herz“bewiesen; mehr als das: als eine „Weltstadt mit Herz auch für die Tiere“.

Wer hat noch nicht unterschrieben? Petition für die rumänischen Straßenhunde

https://help.four-paws.org/de-DE/sos-rum%C3%A4nien

ASPA va incinera până în 2015 peste 16.000 de cadavre de câini fără stăpân


stopkillingdogsstraydog3105504_previewASPA va incinera până în 2015 peste 16.000 de cadavre de câini fără stăpân
Firma Stericycle România va incinera trupurile maidanezilor pentru 1,2 milioane de lei
Autoritatea pentru Supravegherea și Protecția Animalelor, condusă de Răzvan Băncescu, intenționează să incinereze, până la finalul anului viitor, cadavrele a peste 16.000 de câini.
Pentru a incinera trupurile câinilor eutanasiați, ASPA a încheiat cu firma Stericycle România SRL un acord-cadru pentru următoarele 21 de luni, în valoare de 1.258.513 de lei, inclusiv TVA.
Potrivit caietului de sarcini, firma va trebui să ridice cadavrele câinilor cazați în Baza Pallady, Baza Bragadiru și Baza Mihăilești. Documentul mai prevede o cantitate estimată între 387.000 kg și 567.000 kg. Dacă am calcula cu aproximație numărul de cadavre de câini, raportat la greutatea medie a câinilor, de 25 kg, ar rezulta peste 16.000 de câini.
Datele statistice de la sfârșitul anului trecut, indicau un număr de 63.000 de câini maidanezi, după cum a spus chiar primarul general Sorin Oprescu, citând chiar și dintr-un raport al Serviciului Român de Informații referitor la numărul câinilor de pe străzi.
Quelle: http://www.sursazilei.ro/aspa-va-incinera-pana-in-2015-peste-16-000-de-cadavre-de-caini-fara-stapan

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Please wake up: Dog desperately tries to revive his dead mate after she is killed by a car – then stands guard by her side for SIX HOURS


Please wake up: Dog desperately tries to revive his dead mate after she is killed by a car – then stands guard by her side for SIX HOURS

  • Moving pictures show the stray dog carefully nudging and licking his mate
  • The female dog was hit by a car on a busy road in Zhangzhou, China
  • During six hours at her side he only moved a feet away to avoid traffic

By Becky Evans

A stray dog stands guard over the body of his dead mate and in a moving display of devotion continues to lick her head in a bid to revive her.

These heartbreaking pictures taken in Zhangzhou, in China’s Fujian Province, show the animal carefully nudging the female dog after she was hit and killed by a car.

After he fails to wake her, the male refuses to leave and stays within feet of his mate for six hours.

Heartbreaking: The male dog tries to nudge his mate awake after she was hit by a car

Heartbreaking: The male dog tries to nudge his mate awake after she was hit by a car

 

Vigil: The dog refused to move from her side despite the female lying in the middle of the busy road

Vigil: The dog refused to move from her side despite the female lying in the middle of the busy road

 

Touching The male tries licking the top of her head as he tries to revive her

Moving: The male tries licking the top of her head as he tries to revive her

The male was seen repeatedly licking the face of dead dog and keeping a watchful eye on her as he dodged the oncoming traffic. But he never strayed more than a short distance from her side.

When he got tired the dog lay down next to her as he kept up his vigil for hours.

 

Xiao Wu, a butcher on the street, said: ‘He stayed beside her the whole day, keeping licking her and pushing her, trying to wake her up. It’s very touching.’

Xiao said after the accident he saw the male dog running around and trying to ‘hug’ the female dog with his forelegs.

The butcher added: ‘Then he pushed her with his head, and licked her face. I even saw tears’

According to Xiao the female dog was a stray he had recently started to feed. Then a week ago the male dog turned up.

He said: ‘Then I realised she had a boyfriend. They were together all the time, playing and in love.’

Mourning: Witnesses said he only left her side to move out of the way of oncoming traffic

Mourning: Witnesses said he only left her side to move out of the way of oncoming traffic

 

Bereaved: Butcher Xiao Wu, who works on the street, said when the dog was tired he would simply lie down but not leave her side

Bereaved: Butcher Xiao Wu, who works on the street, said when the dog was tired he would simply lie down but would not leave her side

 

Tragic: The male dog continues to cuddle the dead female even when her body has apparently been moved to the side of the road

Tragic: The male dog continues to cuddle the dead female even when her body has apparently been moved to the side of the road

 

Dog Guards His Dead Mate In Middle of Chinese Road! GUESS WHERE! IN ZHANGZOU!!!


 

Dog Guards His Dead Mate In Middle of Chinese Road

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Dog Guards His Dead Mate In Middle of Chinese Road

For six hours, a stray dog stayed near his mate after she was hit by a car in the middle of a traffic-filled road in Zhangzhou, in China’s southeast Fujian province. The dog licked her face and head and nudged at her; when she did not wake, he positioned himself at her side, never venturing too far and dodging cars, says the Daily Mail. Eventually, he lay down at the female’s side.

A butcher on the street, Xiao Wu, said that he had recently started to feed the golden brown-and-white female.  A week ago, the male appeared with her. “Then I realized she had a boyfriend. They were together all the time, playing and in love,” he said.

According to Xiao, the male dog even sought to “hug” the still body of the female with his forelegs. After she was finally moved to the side of the road, he stayed beside her, as these photos show.

Some comments about this video asked why the person taking the photos did not move the female stray’s body to safety. I suspect this did not happen simply because human observers were afraid to step into the heavy traffic on the road — all the more highlighting the devotion of the male dog in protecting his mate.

Both dogs have the pointed ears and wedge-shaped head that links them to prehistoric dogs like the dingo. Indeed, stray dogs in India — which has tens of millions of stray dogs and where thousands report being bitten every year by them– are probably descended from an “ancient Chinese immigrant.”

India did pass a law in 2001 forbidding the killing of strays. Currently, China has no animal welfare laws in place and, back in June, one member of the Punjab Legislative Assembly proposed sending strays to China, where they could be slaughtered.

Dog meat has been considered a delicacy in China but, recently, things have been looking up for dogs. Animal activists have began to demand change, as Care2 blogger Judy Molland has written. Hundreds of dogs destined for the slaughterhouse, to be butchered for meat or for their fur, have been rescued, but it is just a start.

This past February, the China Beijing Hearing-Dog Association started a program in which stray dogs are trained to assist the elderly and those who have hearing disabilities. Under the program, dogs are chosen from an animal shelter and trained for 180 days by Japanese instructors to understand hand-sign language. The dogs are trained to react to sounds such as a knock on the door.

36-year-old Liu Yan has a hearing disability and has been benefiting from the training of a hearing dog named Pan who, among much else, alerts her to when water is boiling on the stove. But while guide dogs in the U.S. can enter public places and use public transportation freely, there are no such policies in China. Pan cannot accompany Liu on the subway and bus and taxi drivers refuse to allow the dog on.

But is it not a sign of changing times that, according to the Daily Mail, it was a butcher who first fed the female stray dog in Zhangzhou and then observed her mate’s tender care for her after she was killed by a passing car?

Read more: http://www.care2.com/causes/dog-guards-his-dead-mate-in-middle-of-chinese-road.html#ixzz385rnDbci

Will Russia Legalize Concentration Camps for Stray Cats and Dogs?


Will Russia Legalize Concentration Camps for Stray Cats and Dogs?

Will Russia Legalize Concentration Camps for Stray Cats and Dogs?

This is a guest post from Natalia Chumak, the founder and a trustee of UK charity LAPA (Helping animals in Russia) which works with its partners on the ground to rescue, rehabilitate, sterilize and re-home abandoned cats and dogs in Russia, provide reduced cost sterilization to low-income Russian pet owners and campaign for effective animal welfare legislation in Russia. Learn more about LAPA’s work at www.lapauk.org.

Concerns are rising among animal welfare activists about the fate of cats and dogs in Russia. There are recent indications that Russia might imminently pass legislation which will result in the immediate slaughter of hundreds of thousands of stray cats and dogs, and many more in the future. If this happens, it will be a huge setback in a tough battle for the passing of adequate animal protection and welfare legislation in Russia.

History

A bit of background first. The current position on animal welfare in Russia is very poor and is getting worse. There are hundreds of thousands of stray cats and dogs in Russia who suffer and die of starvation, illness, severe weather conditions and cruelty. In most municipalities, strays are caught and killed in inhumane ways. There is no culture of sterilization. Pet breeding and trade are unregulated. There is no animal welfare legislation. There is a severe lack of education about pet care. Criminal laws are inadequate in dealing with the cruel treatment of animals of any kind.

There are organized criminal groups, so called “dog-hunters” who, armed with a wide arsenal of chemical poisons and often shotguns and knives, kill strays and often pets. Some of them openly publicize their activities and yet the authorities do nothing.

In some big cities such as Moscow and Ekaterinburg, many stray dogs are sterilized and put into municipal shelters for life. However, it is well known that the system of municipal shelters is ill-managed and thoroughly corrupt. Municipal budgets are drained of significant funds – millions of US dollars – by companies that “win” tenders to obtain operational licenses for the shelters.

These companies have no animal welfare experience and treat dogs as commodities. The dogs live in cramped and filthy conditions, with no heating in sub-zero temperatures, often starved to death, mistreated by staff and given no proper veterinary attention. There is no attempt to re-home them. Volunteers at the shelters try to help by spending their money and time on feeding, treating and re-homing the dogs. In some instances, volunteers are denied access to shelters and threatened into silence.

The battle for animal rights

Against this background, there is an ongoing battle for comprehensive animal welfare legislation to protect strays, pets and other categories of animals. The first breakthrough came in March 2011 when a draft Statute “On responsible handling of animals” No 458458-5 (the draft Statute) was passed in the first reading by Russian State Duma, the lower house of the Russian Federal Assembly, the country’s legislator. (Link to the bill in Russian.)

Although the draft Statute required significant improvements in many areas, it was the first real, progressive attempt to solve the problem of stray animals in a humane way and to protect animals from cruelty. There were also other promising signs – the State Duma working group responsible for the preparation of the revised draft included representatives of well known animal welfare Russian charities that had proposed over 200 amendments to the approved draft Statute.

However, since then the position has taken a turn for the worse. Since the election of the new State Duma in December 2011, the composition of the relevant State Duma working group has changed and the representatives of animal charities who had been engaged by the previous working group were removed from it. There is no publicly available information about the current status or content of the draft Statute. The head of the working group, Mr Shingarkin, appears to have little experience in animal welfare and has made unsympathetic and obstructive statements on the subject of the draft Statute in the Russian press. (Russian language newspaper article)

Also, a number of individuals have been included in the working group who are suspected by Russian animal activists of being sympathetic to inhumane treatment of animals. Some information published on the official site of the State Duma and in the Russian press suggests that the revised draft should have been presented for the second reading to the State Duma in April 2013. Although this has not happened, the second reading may take place at any time.

So what does the revised draft say and why is it surrounded by so much secrecy? Various indirect and unofficial reports from the working group say that the revised draft abandoned the concept that animals are sentient beings and introduced euthanasia as the sole method for managing stray population instead of a TNR (trap, neuter, release) program which was provided for in the approved draft Statute. The supporters of euthanasia say that TNR is an unworkable solution, at least concerning dogs, because it has been tried and failed in the past and because stray dogs pose a danger to humans. So humane euthanasia is suggested instead.

Why this won’t work

However, there is a problem. There is little doubt that in a country where corruption is rife, the legalization of euthanasia will simply provide a legitimate excuse to funnel more budget money into the greedy pockets of some civil servants and businesses while cats and dogs will be killed inhumanely in secret. In the circumstances where there appear to be no proposed mechanisms for the reduction of the production of pets (i.e. encouragement of sterilization, regulation of pet breeding), no promotion of education programs for responsible pet care, no animal welfare education for vets and no liability for cruel treatment of animals, so called “euthanasia” will in practice turn into nothing more than the secretive brutal murder of thousands of animals on a daily basis.

Couple this with the fact that this legislation is bound to set the tone for the treatment of other categories of animals, e.g., wild animals in captivity, and an ugly picture of a society condoning cruelty and promoting lack of responsibility will emerge.

The issue of pet overproduction and management of strays requires proper consideration, not a haphazard approach. There is extensive evidence from reputable international charities on the success of TNR programs if properly managed. It is incredible that international animal welfare charities are not invited to take part in these discussions and share their experiences.

Taking action

On 28 April 2013, demonstrations took place in Moscow and 70 other cities of Russia as part of a Russia-wide action “Russia without cruelty” under the banner of “Law must protect not kill!” Up to 1000 people took part in the demonstration in Moscow alone. (Russian animal welfare site)

There is no time to be wasted. It is clear that if we are going to protect animals in Russia, now is the time to act. Please sign our petition and add your voice to ours.

 

Read more: http://www.care2.com/causes/will-russia-legalize-concentration-camps-for-stray-cats-and-dogs.html#ixzz385mrqAyR

petition – again – for tortured dogs in Romania


*:)                                         glücklich    SITUATION IN ROMANIA SEEMS ON THE BRINK – DOGCATCHERS ARE EVEN ROBBING DOGS OUT OF PRIVATE GARDENS; OUT OF THE HANDS OF OWNERS – AND ALL THIS BEFORE THE EYES OF CHILDREN

1. Change.org

În această săptămână, la adăpostul public de câini fără stăpân din Bârlad, a avut loc a treia tranşă de eutanasiere. Animalele au fost ţinute în adăpost, conform legii, dar nu au fost suficiente adopţii pentru a-i salva de la moarte pe toţi.


Masacrul maidanezilor continuă la Bârlad: 180 de eutanasieri

Masacrul maidanezilor continuă la Bârlad: 180 de eutanasieri

În adăpostul public din Bârlad au mai rămas 80 de câini FOTO Adevărul

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

În această săptămână, la adăpostul public de câini fără stăpân din Bârlad, a avut loc a treia tranşă de eutanasiere. Animalele au fost ţinute în adăpost, conform legii, dar nu au fost suficiente adopţii pentru a-i salva de la moarte pe toţi.

Ştiri pe aceeaşi temă

Pe 23 iunie a avut loc o nouă tranşă de eutanasiere a maidanezilor la adăpostul public din Bârlad. Au primit injecţia letală 60 de patrupede. Numărul total al câinilor ucişi a ajuns la 180. Pe de altă parte, de la începutul anului, personae fizice din oraş şi două ONG-uri de profil au adoptat aproximativ 300 de animale.

“Nu bucură pe nimeni că trebuie să recurgem la eutanasiere. Dar unde-i lege, nu-i tocmeală. Reprezentantul unui ONG a venit de curând şi a mai adoptat 17 câini. E salutar gestul celor care salvează maidanezii de la moarte. Din păcate, nu i-au luat pe toţi”, a declarat, pentru “Adevărul”, Adrian Cărăbăţ, directorul Grădinii Zoologice.

Momentan, la padocul public mai sunt 80 de câini. Hingherii vor continua să adune maidanezii de pe străzi şi, după umplerea locurilor de cazare şi depăşirea termenului prevăzut de lege pentru adopţii, va fi stabilită o nouă tranşă de eutanasieri.

Citeşte şi:

Maidanezi salvaţi de la eutanasiere prin adopţie de la distanţă

Eutanasierea câinilor maidanezi din Bârlad a demarat în trombă

Masacrul maidanezilor merge în linie dreaptă: „Primii

http://adevarul.ro/locale/vaslui/masacrul-maidanezilor-continua-barlad-180-eutanasieri-1_53aa64c50d133766a8e0cfdc/index.html?science=53aac82eadd16

ROMANIA: Occupy for Animals has received an inside information saying that ASPA head, Razvan Bancescu and Police, will hit private shelters as early as tomorrow, Friday, 18th of July, 2014 and on the weekends to come.


Occupy for Animals has received an inside information saying that ASPA head, Razvan Bancescu and Police, will hit private shelters as early as tomorrow, Friday, 18th of July, 2014 and on the weekends to come.

International ALARM!
Informations also for Romanian medias and worldpress!

ACTUAL Warning and Informations!

Please protect our DOGS in Bukarest!!!

ASPA  crimes must be stopped!

Lawyers, Activists and Cameras are ready!

Occupy for Animals hat sein/ihr Foto geteilt.
3 Min ·

MASSIVE SHARE, PLEASE!

Please share massively!

URGENT WARNING TO ALL PRIVATE SHELTERS IN THE BUCHAREST AREA!

Occupy for Animals has received an inside information saying that ASPA head, Razvan Bancescu and Police, will hit private shelters as early as tomorrow, Friday, 18th of July, 2014 and on the weekends to come.

Repercussions in the pattern of the illegal raid on Vier Pfotens’ private clinic and the adjacent private shelter run by Paws2Rescue like happened on Friday 21st of March must be anticipated:

We are calling on all our friends operating private shelters in the Bucharest to:

1) ensure the animals are clearly identified and identifiable in clearly documented locations. With any “ownership” documents available together with evidence of vaccinations etc clearly associated with each animal.

2) put signs on the doors/gates that there is strictly no access to the property without prior arrangement with the owner.

3) VERY IMPORTANTLY:

to ensure that there are witnesses present with cameras / videos and to document each individual if they approach the property – asking for identitying papers and warrants of entry and details of powers granted and by whom in relation to the animals – and please FORWARD YOUR VIDEOS TO OFA

4) Ask for copies of any warrants

5) Ask for receipts if dogs are removed

6) If any animals are already “owned” by third parties in other EU countries – inform those owners and ask them to contact their lawyers/MP/MEP etc to inform them of the threat

7) REMEMBER THAT according to the Romanian Constitution:

Article 27

“the Romanian Constitution (1) the domicile and residence are inviolable. No one may enter or remain in the residence or in the residence of a person without his consent thereto”

8) Please note that ASPA is not entitled to raise dogs on private property but we must advise you to ensure increased security during this period.

If you happen to be threatened by ASPA, please call 112 and inform the media as well as OFA and Vier Pfoten immediately.

YOU ARE NOT ALONE!

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MASSIVE SHARE, please!

Please SHARE this warning in your groups, and please sent it to all your Romanian friends.

MASSIVE SHARE, please!

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graphic photo: petition: Please, stop immediately the brutal slaughtering of dogs in China


Please, stop immediately the brutal slaughtering of dogs in China

An: Seine Exzellenz Shi Mingde

Diese Petition wird versendet an:

Botschafter der Volksrepublik China Botschaft der Volksrepublik China

Seine Exzellenz Shi Mingde

Please, stop immediately the brutal slaughtering of dogs in China

4,867 signed this important Petition! PLEASE, sign, too, Thank You!

http://www.change.org/de/Petitionen/seine-exzellenz-shi-mingde-please-stop-immediately-the-brutal-slaughtering-of-dogs-in-china

 

 

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