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    PARIS Saint-Germain boss Mauricio Pochettino has insisted he will not be leaving the club and neither will French superstar Kylian Mbappe. According to journalist Fabrizio Romano, when asked about being at PSG next season, Pochettino said: “As of today, I’m 100 per cent staying - and same for Kylian Mbappe.” 1Mauricio Pochettino and Kylian Mbappe's future are uncertain Pochettino's comments come after reports that PSG have plans to sack him after a lacklustre campaign that saw them crash out of the Champions League to Real Madrid. He has could be in the running for a return to Tottenham, should they need a replacement for their manager Antonio Conte, who has himself been linked to a move to PSG. Mbappe’s future at the club is also in doubt because the 23-year-old has yet to sign a new contract with the Ligue 1 champions. READ MORE IN SPORTLOOKING AHEAD Tottenham eye Mancini and Potter as alternatives to Pochettino if Conte goes FREE BETS AND SIGN UP DEALS - BEST NEW CUSTOMER OFFERS Real Madrid would to be the front-runner to pick up...
    Mike Huckabee, the former governor of Arkansas and prominent conservative voice, endorsed Dave McCormick in Pennsylvania’s U.S. Senate race. Since announcing his candidacy, McCormick has attempted to secure widespread GOP support, as he battles Mehmet Oz and other contenders in the Republican primary competition. “Dave McCormick is everything Pennsylvanians and our country could want in a Senator. He is experienced, battle-tested, principled and wholeheartedly dedicated to serving the people of the Commonwealth,” said Huckabee. “Dave has put America First his whole life and I know he will fight to restore strong conservative principles to the U.S. Senate, including the right to life, protecting our Second Amendment, securing our southern border, fixing our economy and restoring U.S. strength on the world stage. At a time when our nation is headed down such a dangerous path, we need leaders like Dave who will go to Washington on day one and set us back on the right track, which is why I’m proud to support him as the next Senator from Pennsylvania.” Huckabee’s endorsement underscores the growing moment of the McCormick campaign. The...
    Instagram Woo Hwang announces he and his wife are expecting their first child on Instagram. Two-time “Survivor” contestant Yung “Woo” Hwang made a surprise public announcement late on Tuesday: he and his wife Kristina are expecting their first child together, a baby boy. Here’s what you need to know:Woo Made His Announcement on Instagram View this post on Instagram A post shared by Woo Hwang???????????????? (@woo_hwang) On Tuesday, Woo made a post (above), as well as a series of stories, on Instagram revealing that he and his wife, Kristina Hamilton, are expecting their first child. In the post, Woo and Kristina are seen at a beach on the coast of California, Woo’s home state, mounting a lifeguard tower while showing off the silhouette of the two of them and Kristina’s baby bump against the sunset. They then shot out a blue confetti cannon, all against the backdrop of Israel Kamakawiwo’ole’s “Somewhere Over the Rainbow” cover. In the caption, Woo simply wrote, “MOM + DAD.” Read More From Heavy How You Can Help Ukraine: Verified Charities, GoFundMe & Ways...
    ABC Willie Spence Willie Spence was the runner-up on season 19 of ABC’s “American Idol,” and the star stopped by season 20 to congratulate a contestant on making it through to Hollywood Week. Spence surprised Taniya Boatwright, who said she was inspired by him during her “American Idol” audition. She sang “A Change Is Gonna Come” by Sam Cooke for her audition, saying that she was bullied about her weight while she was growing up, and she was inspired by Spence during his time on the show. “Walk in that room with your head held high, and just make sure you stay true to yourself and believe in yourself throughout the whole competition,” Spence told Boatwright. Read More From Heavy How You Can Help Ukraine: Verified Charities, GoFundMe & Ways to Support Ukrainians Spence finished in second place during his time on “American Idol,” losing out to Chayce Beckham in the season finale.Spence Teased a New Song in February 2022 View this post on Instagram A post shared by StarInTheMaking????✨???????????? (@williespenceofficial) In February 2022, Spence teased a new song...
    Countless pundits are predicting that former President Donald Trump will decide to run for president in 2024 and win the GOP presidential nomination. But Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas, during an interview with the right-wing Truth Gazette, didn’t sound convinced that Trump is going to run in 2024 — and he made it clear that he is open to running again, insisting that he would have a good shot at winning the Republican nomination. Asked if he would consider running for president again, Cruz responded, “Absolutely. In a heartbeat.” Cruz was the runner up in 2016’s GOP presidential primary, ultimately loosing to Trump. After Trump won the nomination and the general election, the far-right senator went from being a scathing Trump critic to being an obsequious Trump sycophant. Ted Cruz actually thinks that he is going to get elected President of the United States in 2024. This is too good! Interview this morning.pic.twitter.com/EpUELXaLtO — Ron Filipkowski (@Ron Filipkowski) 1640190065 The Texas senator, who placed second in the 2016 Republican presidential primaries, says there\u2019s historical precedent for the runner-up to...
    Sen. Ted Cruz may be cruising toward another bid at the presidency. In an interview with the Truth Gazette, Cruz was asked if he would consider running for the White House, and the Texas Republican said his race in 2016 puts him in a good position to win the GOP nomination. PENCE'S 'SLOW AND STEADY' 2024 APPROACH PRAISED "Absolutely, in a heartbeat. You know I ran in 2016. It was the most fun I've ever had in my life," he said. "I ended up placing second. You know, there's a reason historically that the runner-up is almost always the next nominee." EXCLUSIVE: I asked Sen. @TedCruz if he would ever consider another run for President.His response: “Absolutely, in a heartbeat. I ran in 2016…very strong field and I ended up placing 2nd.”“…there’s a reason historically that the runner up is almost always the next nominee.” pic.twitter.com/5U3EhkqgXp— The Truth Gazette (@Truth_Gazette) December 22, 2021 Cruz lost his bid for the Republican nomination to Donald Trump in 2016, but he finished second in terms of delegates....
    Cineplex Cuts Third Quarter Loss on Box Office Rebound The nations ailing bus and rail systems have a D- rating. Can Bidens infrastructure plan fix them? A high school athlete ran one of the best races of his life, but his choice of words as he finished the race cost him a second place finish. Michigan high school runner Garrett Winter finished second in a Division 2 state championship race and yelled a curse word in excitement as he crossed the finish line. © Provided by CBS Sports Due to the use of "four-letter words of joy," Winter was disqualified, the Associated Press reported. The Parchment High School senior finished the 3.1-mile race in 15 minutes, 27 seconds. That would be a personal record for Winter. But that time is no longer the official time on record. With his use of a the profanities at the finish line, Winter violated a national rule that governs conduct in high school running. Here's what Winter had to say after the race, via the AP: "As I crossed the finish line, my emotions...
    Getty Alejandro Aranda, now better known by the stage name scarypoolparty, was the runner-up of season 17 of ABC’s “American Idol,” finishing behind fan-favorite winner Laine Hardy. Aranda was a standout for most of the competition, as he sang many original songs and was celebrated as a talented songwriter as well as a singer. Now, Aranda releases music under the label Hollywood Records, which signs many of the “American Idol” winners. Aranda has also performed again on “American Idol” and has also toured around the nation. Aranda has over 614,000 followers on Instagram at the time of writing, and he recently released new music. Read on to learn more about what Aranda has done since his “American Idol” win and what he’s doing now.Aranda Released a New Album In 2021Alejandro Aranda released his most recent album, titled “The Act of Forgiveness” in 2021, and the album includes 21 new tracks from the artist. “I went into the studio with the mindset of wanting to make a new record,” he shared with Relix about his album in August 2021. He said...
    A middle-distance runner’s health concerns were initially diagnosed by doctors as irritable bowel syndrome - but he later learned he actually had incurable cancer. Andrew McAslan, 25, is undergoing chemotherapy after receiving the devastating diagnosis of Stage Four Non-Hodgkin Follicular Lymphoma in July. 1The Manchester running star was told by multiple health professionals he had IBS but McAslan was right to be sceptical McAslan’s health concerns first arose in 2020, experiencing “strange symptoms'' for months, but it was in January when “explainable dips'' in his training and sporting performance prompted him to seek help.  “In training I didn’t feel like myself and I was sort of running ok, but not feeling great,” McAslan told The Mirror. The Manchester athlete - now living in Leeds -  was told his condition was likely IBS but McAslan was sceptical. He pushed for blood tests which revealed low iron and haemoglobin levels.  He began taking iron tablets which began making a small difference but were “not amazing”.  “I actually did a race, even though my training wasn’t going that well. It was a lot...
    A SUPER-FIT dad died of lung cancer after he was diagnosed when it took him an extra 10 minutes to finish his weekly Parkrun. Kevin Leonard, 51, went to his GP after struggling to finish the 5k course in half-an-hour - far slower than his usual time of 19 minutes. 2Super-fit Kevin Leonard, pictured with wife Eben, died of lung cancer after becoming breathless during a ParkrunCredit: Eben Leonard/Media Wales Medics initially prescribed two courses of antibiotics - but within a fortnight, Mr Leonard was so breathless he had to go to A&E. The Welshman then received his devastating diagnosis. Widow Eben told Wales Online: "He was such a fit and healthy person. "The doctors at A&E couldn't find anything but sent him to the hospital for a CT scan. "He went for the scan at the University Hospital of Wales on December 23. "Kev phoned me to say that the doctors wanted to see me - I couldn't understand why. Most read in The US SunKARDASHIAN SPELL? Tori Spelling steps out looking just like Khloe Kardashian...
    Photos by Olympic Games The runner who knocked over dozens of water bottles during a marathon claims it was not on purpose. Video showed Morhad Amdouni knocking over the bottles during the marathon at the Tokyo Olympics. France's Amdouni has blamed his actions during the race on "slippery bottles." Business Insider: A daily selection of curated stories Loading Something is loading. Email address By clicking ‘Sign up’, you agree to receive marketing emails from Insider as well as other partner offers and accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. The marathon runner who knocked over an entire table's worth of water meant for his thirsty rivals has denied doing it on purpose and blamed the incident on the bottles being "slippery." During Sunday's marathon, Morhad Amdouni went to grab a bottle but instead, knocked over dozens of bottles meaning his competitors behind him were unable to rehydrate. Video of Amdouni's attempt to grab water was shared widely, with many saying he knocked over the other bottles on purpose to deprive his opponents of hydration. British pundit...
    THE Olympic marathon runner who knocked over an entire row of water bottles claims it was an accident - and insisted they were 'slippery'. Morhad Amdouni hit the headlines at the weekend when he reached the water station during the 26.2-mile race in 27-degree heat in Sapporo. 4Morhad Amdouni wiped out a whole row of water bottles at a drinking station during the Olympic marathonCredit: Instagram 4He collected the final bottle in the line but claimed the rest were 'slippery'Credit: Instagram But rather than simply grabbing one bottle like his competitors in front, the Frenchman wiped out the whole line that had been set up. To top it off, he grabbed the final drink and went on his way as his rivals and viewers at home watched on baffled. But after being branded the 'biggest d***head of the Tokyo Olympics' by Piers Morgan, Amdouni has told his version of events - and denied doing the deed deliberately. As reported by RMC, the athlete said: "With fatigue and all that, I was gradually starting to lose lucidity and energy while...
    Javier Soriano/AFP/Getty Images Team USA's Rai Benjamin set a new world record in the 400-meter hurdles but finished second. Norway's Karten Warholm ran even faster, beating the world record by 0.76 seconds to win the gold. "If you would have told me I would run 46.1 and lose, I would probably beat you up," Benjamin said. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. American sprinter Rai Benjamin set a new world record in the men's 400-meter hurdles at the Tokyo Olympics and still finished second. It was a tough pill to swallow for Benjamin, who beat the world record by 0.6 seconds, only to have Norway's Karsten Warholm beat the world record by 0.76 seconds. "If you would have told me I would run 46.1 [seconds] and lose, I would probably beat you up. I'd tell you to get out of my room," Benjamin said after the race. Benjamin compared it to Usain Bolt running the 100-meter in 9.58 seconds, saying, "This was probably the best race in Olympic history." Karsten Warholm and Rai Benjamin. Ju Huanzong/Xinhua/Getty Images...
    A man has confessed to a killing he committed when he was 17 years old, an attack on a woman running along the Sacramento River in Redding. James Watkins in the late 1990s. (Redding Police Department)  Christine Munro was 37, a nurse and the mother of four children, when she was murdered on the trail on June 24, 1995. Over the years, the Redding police had put out calls to seek information from the public about the cold case. In January 2020, police detective Rusty Bishop, who had been reviewing the evidence, submitted for DNA analysis of scrapings taken from Munro’s fingernails. Several months later, he received the result: The DNA matched that of James Watkins, who was serving time in a Texas prison for a robbery. Police learned that in the summer of 1995, Watkins had been living in Redding with an aunt and uncle. During two years in the area, he had eight contacts with the Redding police, including a shoplifting arrest and a citation for illegal camping. In 1997, he moved back to Texas, where “he has...
    British Olympian Andrew Butchart is under investigation after remarking he faked a COVID-19 test result in order to return to the country following an international race. Butchart said in an episode of "The Sunday Podcast" he changed a date on an old test as he prepared to check-in because there was a delay in getting a PCR test back, according to Reuters.  CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM The podcast was reportedly taken down after he made the remarks. "Everybody has faked PCR tests, I'm sure, to try to go somewhere because it's just so hard," he said. A UK Athletics spokesperson told Reuters the organization and the British Olympic Association were investigating Butchart after he made the comments. GWEN BERRY FIRES BACK AT ANTHEM DEMONSTRATION CRITICISM: 'I NEVER SAID THAT I HATED THE COUNTRY' "We take very seriously any suggestion that an athlete has not followed these guidelines correctly and broken any COVID-related protocols," the spokesperson said in a statement. Butchart attempted to walk back the comments on Tuesday. "I never faked it, the test came through...
    SCOTTISH runner Andy Butchart could be axed from Team GB’s squad for the Tokyo Olympics following allegations he faked a coronavirus test. The athlete, 29, was picked to compete in the men’s 5,000 metres in a 72-strong British team for the Games unveiled on Tuesday. 1Andy Butchart, left, could be axed from the Team GB squad for the Tokyo Olympics after he appeared to claim he faked a Covid test to gain entry into the UKCredit: Getty - Contributor But UK Athletics officials have launched an investigation after The Times published an extract from a now-deleted podcast which claimed Butchart admitted to altering an old result so he could fly to the UK. It said: “I’m with check-in and I don’t have my PCR test back. “So you have to quickly, like, get an old PCR test, go on to Instagram, f***ing scribble out the time and the date, change the time and the date, and like change it so you can get into the country.” It has left British Olympic Association officials red-faced following weeks of delicate talks with Tokyo...
    When Stefanos Tsitsipas' first Grand Slam final had ended, he sank into his changeover chair and buried his head in a towel. Novak Djokovic has that effect on opponents. Tsitsipas built a big lead and appeared on his way to an upset victory at the French Open, but Djokovic mounted an improbable comeback to win his 19th major title Sunday, 6-7 (6), 2-6, 6-3, 6-2, 6-4. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM "What I learned today is that no matter what, in order for the match to be finished, you have to win three sets and not two," Tsitsipas said. "Two sets doesn’t really mean anything." Not against Djokovic, who overcame a two-set deficit for the second time in the tournament and the sixth time in his career. He took a bathroom break following the second set and dominated thereafter, never facing a break point in the final three sets. "I don’t know what happened there, but he came back like a different player suddenly," Tsitsipas said. "He played really well. He gave me no space." The turnaround...
    Why did Chicago Cubs closer Craig Kimbrel balk on purpose in the middle of a save situation? We’ve heard of the intentional walk, but what about an intentional balk? Chicago Cubs closer Craig Kimbrel recorded his first career balk on Wednesday night, but the major takeaway is that he did it on purpose. Wait, what? In the bottom of the ninth, with two outs and a runner on second, Kimbrel balked and allowed the runner to advance 90 feet from scoring. It seems like a weird thing to do but it was all by design and makes a lot more sense once the context of the balk is digested. First off, here’s the balk: Why did Craig Kimbrel balk on purpose?The whole situation feels a little off, as Kimbrel steps on, then off, then back on the rubber. The issue seems to be the runner on second, which forces catchers to change up the types of signs they give in order to ensure those signs aren’t stolen. That appears to be the case where with Willson Contreras and it looks...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — The road continues to be a bumpy one for White Sox manager Tony La Russa. As CBS 2’s Matt Zahn reported, a mess-up during Wednesday’s game that the White Sox lost to the Cincinnati Reds has Sox fans steaming. READ MORE: COPA Chief Sydney Roberts Resigns, Mayor Lightfoot: Extraordinarily Unhappy With Agency, Specifically With Anjanette Youngs Wrong Raid Case There have been plenty such mess-ups already. La Russa has left pitchers in too long, including when he didn’t realize Lucas Giolito was gassed. He has also made some curious lineup decisions, and there have been reports of Sox players losing patience with him. And then on Wednesday, he didn’t know a rule that would’ve allowed him not to have closer Liam Hendriks running the bases in the 10th. He could have had the previous batter, Jose Abreu, run instead. READ MORE: Pastor And Wife Recovering After Vicious Beating; Attacker Bit Off Parts Of Their Ears, Gouged Their Eyes “I wasn’t aware that Abreu could run. I thought it had to be the guy who made the last...
    The Rock has already had success as a football player, wrestler and a Hollywood movie star, and now he could find himself in the White House as the President Of The United States in 2024. According to a new online poll, the Jumanji standout has almost 50 percent of the vote in the United States should he choose to run for President in 2024. The 48-year-old's competition would likely be sitting President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump. President Rock? The Rock has already had success as a football player, wrestler and a Hollywood movie star, and now he could find himself in the White House of the President Of The United States in 2024; seen on his show Young Rock Can he beat these guys? The 48-year-old's competition would likely be sitting President Joe Biden, right, and former President Donald Trump, who was impeached twice, left The early poll from Piplsay shared that The Rock - real name Dwayne Johnson - has the backing of 46 percent of American adults. The online poll was conducted from April...
    ABC Arthur Gunn, Season 18 finalist on 'American Idol.' Dibesh Pokharel, a.k.a. Arthur Gunn, was named the runner-up on season 18 of American Idol. The artist amazed fans and judges Katy Perry, Lionel Richie and Luke Bryan with his vocals and personality. Gunn finished in second place to Samantha Diaz, a.k.a. Just Sam, in the remotely filmed finale episode. Since fans loved him so much on American Idol, some are likely wondering what happened to him after the finale. Here’s what we know about where Gunn is now:Gunn Has Over 296,000 Followers on Instagram View this post on Instagram A post shared by Dibesh Pokharel (@arthur_gunn) At the time of writing, Gunn has nearly 300,000 followers on Instagram, which he uses to promote his music. After American Idol, Gunn wrote about how thankful he was for the show on his page. “Last night was the finale of @americanidol,” he wrote on May 18, 2020. “The history was made! Wholeheartedly, I want to thank you all for supporting me in my American Idol journey and voting me through it all.” He continued, “I...
    DANCING On Ice runner-up Chris Fountain has revealed his devastation after being 'snubbed' in last night's best bits show. ITV put together the compilation episode after postponing the competition for a week due to injuries and coronavirus. Hang on a minute... I’m sure I was on this @dancingonice show? Was I? I’m sure I was?! Must’ve been a dream ????????⛸ #DancingOnIce— Chris Fountain (@fountain1987) February 21, 2021 5Chris Fountain was gutted to miss out on last night's best bits showCredit: Rex Features Watching at home, 2008 runner-up Chris was disappointed not to see some of his memorable routines feature. He wrote on Twitter: "Hang on a minute... I’m sure I was on this @dancingonice show? Was I? I’m sure I was?! Must’ve been a dream." Setting the jokey post aside, the former Coronation Street and Hollyoaks star then gave a more detailed account of his feelings and what the show meant to him. "Kind of expected it but can't say that I'm not disappointed as I gave a hell of a lot to that show," said Chris. "Coming 2nd with...
    THIS is the shocking moment a runner was swept off a Spanish pier by a huge wave during Storm Bella. Oinatz Arretxe, 28, was left with broken bones after he was swept off a wall while jogging with colleagues in the city of Orio, Basque Country, yesterday. 6The moment the 28-year-old was swept off the pier by a huge wave 6The two colleagues were seen running across the pier before Arretxe was hit In the footage, two people are seen running across the pier when a huge wave suddenly crashes over them. The wave swept Arretxe off the wall and he plummeted four metres to the boardwalk below, El Mundo reports. Arretxe’s colleague found him unconscious after running down the steps to where he fell, according to local media reports. Cops and paramedics rushed to the scene and were able to save Arretxe before he was swept out to sea. Arretxe, a member of the Zarautz rowing club, was taken to the Donostia University Hospital with a broken tibia and fibula, according to the newspaper Diario Vasco. Local authorities...
    Enzo Palumbo is fresh off a loss on Big Brother All-Stars. The New Jerseyan didn’t go home empty-handed, however. The “Meow Meow” took home the second-place prize, earning him $50,000. Cody Calafiore was crowned the winner of Season 22 after the nine jurors all threw their votes his way, marking only the second instance in the show’s history that the winner was chosen unanimously. Cody had to make the difficult decision to cut pal Nicole Franzel right at the end, choosing to take Enzo over her to the end. Nicole was broken-hearted, to say the least, but she still gave Cody her vote to win in the end. Should Cody have gone the other route and kept Nicole, Enzo wouldn’t have voted as kindly. The father-of-two caught up with Entertainment Weekly shortly after the finale, where he admitted he definitely would have been a bitter jury member. “If Cody cut me, I was going to give Nicole my vote, just because of that,” Enzo noted. “I remember last time my father was upset at me for giving Hayden my vote...
    Dylan O’Brien recently opened up about his accident on the set of “Maze Runner: The Death Cure” in 2016. While filming, O’Brien, 29, was run over by a car and suffered multiple broken bones.  That experience, the actor said, made him feel “broken.” He also admitted that he “never” thought he would return to acting again, much less his latest action movie project “Love and Monsters.” 'MAZE RUNNER' STAR DYLAN O'BRIEN SERIOUSLY INJURED ON MOVIE SET Dylan O'Brien had a difficult journey returning to the big screen after his 2016 accident on the set of 'Maze Runner: The Death Cure.' (Presley Ann/Getty Images) “That was a really hard comeback for me," O’Brien admitted on “The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin” podcast on Thursday. "I've kept this really, like, private for a long time. I've definitely spoken on it before, but it was a really hard journey back for me." The “Teen Wolf” star recalled being a bit more reckless during the time of the accident because he was early in his career.  “Everyone is an expert in what they do on...
    US coronavirus: New York City plans to reverse reopenings in some neighborhoods as coronavirus cases climb Warren Buffett turned down the chance to buy Whole Foods in 2017, CEO John Mackey says The fastest marathon runner of all time blamed a blocked ear for a below par London Marathon, where he finished 8th, a whole minute behind the winner © Getty/Pool Eliud Kipchoge finished 8th at this year's London Marathon. Getty/Pool Eliud Kipchoge, the fastest marathon runner of all time, blamed his disappointing eighth placed finish at the 2020 London Marathon on a blocked ear. Kipchoge crossed the line on Sunday with a time 2:06:49, over a minute behind winner Shura Kitata. "I got it in the last 15km," Kipchoge, said, according to The Guardian. "I felt it was not normal so I tried to take in saliva to open the ear and just tried to breathe normally, but my right ear couldn't open." "I'm really disappointed but this is sport." Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Eliud Kipchoge won the 2019 London Marathon by producing the second fastest...
    President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump planned to visit Mt. Rushmore National Memorial on Friday for a Fourth of July celebration that was expected to draw an estimated 7500 people. When Julian Bear Runner, president of the Ogala Sioux Tribe, appeared on MSNBC’s “The Last Word” on Thursday night, he explained to host Lawrence O’Donnell why he believed the president’s plans for the event were disrespectful of Native Americans. “I sent out a letter today to Mr. Trump advising him and stating reasons why he is not permitted to enter the treaty territory at this time due to the lack of consultation with the sovereign leaders of the Great Sioux Nation,” Runner noted. “There’s been no correspondence from his staff or himself to ever attempt to sit down, diplomatically, with the leaders of the Great Sioux Nation to obtain that permission or to contingently seek a plan on how to go about his Independence Day celebration. Right now, for me, it’s very hard for me to remain diplomatic in times like this due to the lack of consultation.”...
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