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Daniel LeClair
Daniel LeClair
HONDURAS
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November 05, 2003
Honduran first lady Aguas Ocanas de Maduro (2nd R) and workers from INFAH,
Honduras' child welfare service,...
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FOR FEATURE STORY HONDURAS CHILDREN.
Honduran first lady Aguas Ocanas de Maduro (2nd R) and workers from INFAH,
Honduras' child welfare service, remove a child from the street as his
brother resists November 5, 2003 in San Pedro Sula, Honduras. The boys'
mother sent them to the street to beg late at night. Ocanas de Maduro,
originally from Spain, initiated a program earlier this year aimed at
reducing child homelessness and exploitation by removing children from the
street or from the home until their parents are able to care for them.
PP03110093 REUTERS/Daniel LeClair FOR FEATURE STORY HONDURAS CHILDREN

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GUATEMALA/BOLIVIA
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April 01, 2007
Guatemalan war refugees are welcomed as they get off the plane after landing in Santa Elena, Guatemala...
Santa Elena, Guatemala
Guatemalan war refugees are welcomed as they get off the plane after landing in Santa Elena
Guatemalan war refugees are welcomed as they get off the plane after landing in Santa Elena, Guatemala April 1, 2007. Over 150 people returned home Sunday after more than two decades living in poverty and exile thousands of miles away in Bolivia. They are the last group of thousands displaced during the bloodiest years of 36-year civil war to come back to Guatemala. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair (GUATEMALA)
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September 11, 2007
A woman cries after a confrontation with police in Palin, Guatemala September 10, 2007. Hundreds of residents...
Palin, Guatemala
A woman cries after a confrontation with police in Palin, Guatemala
A woman cries after a confrontation with police in Palin, Guatemala September 10, 2007. Hundreds of residents took to the streets on Monday angry over paperwork they say shows evidences of voter fraud in Sunday's Mayoral elections. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair (GUATEMALA)
HONDURAS HURRICANE
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October 09, 2001
A man walks through the destruction left by Hurricane Iris October 9,
2001 in Placencia, Belize. The...
Punta Gorda, Belize
HURRICANE IRIS LEAVES PARTS OF BELIZE IN RUINS.
A man walks through the destruction left by Hurricane Iris October 9,
2001 in Placencia, Belize. The Category Four storm left 18 people dead
when a boat carrying U.S. scuba divers sank in Big Creek, 70 miles
south of Belize City. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

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HONDURAS HOLY WEEK
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April 17, 2003
A Catholic faithful falls from a cross during a procession celebrating Good
Friday, April 18, 2003 in...
Tegucigalpa, Honduras - Republic of
A MAN FALLS FROM A CROSS DURING A PROCESSION CELEBRATING HOLY
FRIDAY.
A Catholic faithful falls from a cross during a procession celebrating Good
Friday, April 18, 2003 in San Francisco, Honduras. Thousands from around the
Central American nation participated in religious acts marking the
crucifixion of Christ. Pictures of the Year 2003 REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

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MEXICO ELECTION
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August 20, 2006
A voter casts his ballot in the small town of Navenchauc, Mexico August 20, 2006. Mexico's poor, largely...
NAVENCHAUC, Mexico
A voter casts his ballot in the small town of Navenchauc, Mexico
A voter casts his ballot in the small town of Navenchauc, Mexico August 20, 2006. Mexico's poor, largely Maya Indian state of Chiapas voted on Sunday in a tense governor's race that could add volatility to a national political crisis following a disputed presidential election. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair (MEXICO)
NICARAGUA ELECTION
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October 31, 2006
A girl waves the party flag as she waits for Presidential candidate Daniel Ortega of the Sandinista National...
Matagalpa, Nicaragua
Girl waves party flag before a rally in Matagalpa Nicaragua
A girl waves the party flag as she waits for Presidential candidate Daniel Ortega of the Sandinista National Liberation Front (FSLN) to pass by, before a rally in Matagalpa, Nicaragua, October 31, 2006. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair (NICARAGUA)
HONDURAS ELECTIONS
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November 27, 2005
Supporters of Liberal Party candidate Manuel Zelaya cast their shadows on a party flag while celebrating...
Tegucigalpa, Honduras
Supporters of Liberal Party candidate Zelaya cast shadows on party flag in Honduras
Supporters of Liberal Party candidate Manuel Zelaya cast their shadows on a party flag while celebrating Zelaya's lead over National Party candidate Porfirio Lobo in Tegucigalpa, Honduras November 27, 2005. In what would be a surprise result, two exit polls showed opposition candidate Zelaya comfortably beating ruling party candidate Lobo, an advocate of capital punishment who had led in opinion polls. But official results were delayed to Monday due to counting and computer problems, and Lobo refused to concede. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair
GUATEMALA/
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March 08, 2007
Demonstrators drive through the streets during an International Women's Day march in Guatemala City March...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
Demonstrators drive through the streets during an International Women's Day march in Guatemala City
Demonstrators drive through the streets during an International Women's Day march in Guatemala City March 8, 2007. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair (GUATEMALA)
GUATEMALA/BOLIVIA
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April 02, 2007
Children of Guatemalan war refugees try out their new beds in La Cienaga, Guatemala April 1, 2007. Over...
LA CIENAGA, Guatemala
Children of Guatemalan war refugees try out their new beds in La Cienaga
Children of Guatemalan war refugees try out their new beds in La Cienaga, Guatemala April 1, 2007. Over 150 people returned home Sunday after more than two decades living in poverty and exile thousands of miles away in Bolivia. They are the last group of thousands displaced during the bloodiest years of 36-year civil war to come back to Guatemala. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair (GUATEMALA)
WEATHER WILMA
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October 23, 2005
A Cuban woman walks in the rain as Hurricane Wilma approaches Havana October 23, 2005. Hurricane Wilma...
Havana, Cuba
Cuban woman walks in rain as Hurricane Wilma approaches Havana
A Cuban woman walks in the rain as Hurricane Wilma approaches Havana October 23, 2005. Hurricane Wilma bore down on Florida on Sunday after devastating Mexico's Caribbean resorts with flood water and wild winds that smashed thousands of homes and killed at least seven people. It was expected to pick up speed and power, swipe western Cuba and hit the fragile Florida Keys on Monday morning, bringing a storm surge of about 8-13 feet (3-4 meters). Rainfall from Wilma pounded Cuba's tobacco-growing Pinar del Rio province and Havana on Sunday and the government evacuated half a million people from low-lying areas. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair Pictures of the month October 2005
WEATHER
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May 05, 2006
Massive waves crash over Havana's seafront boulevard El Malecon and against the buildings in the wake...
Havana, Cuba
To match feature Weather Hurricanes Caribbean
Massive waves crash over Havana's seafront boulevard El Malecon and against the buildings in the wake of Hurricane Wilma in this October 24, 2005 file photo. Small Caribbean and Central American countries have suffered devastation and thousands of deaths from increasingly frequent hurricanes, and forecasters predict another rough season this year for the region and its tourist resorts. International relief agencies warn poor countries are not prepared to cope and say deaths will continue to rise.
Cuba's National Weather Institute has predicted there will be an above-average 15 tropical storms this year, and at least nine are expected to become hurricanes.
Picture taken October 24, 2005. To match feature Weather-Hurricanes-Caribbean. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair/Files
POY
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November 01, 2004
PICTURES OF THE YEAR 2004 Villagers race past spectators during a traditional competition on horseback...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
Guatemalan villagers race past spectators during a traditional competition on horseback.
PICTURES OF THE YEAR 2004 Villagers race past spectators during a traditional competition on horseback November 1, 2004 in Todos Santos, Guatemala. Wearing colorful costumes men, young and old, ride back and forth for hours drinking beer and rum after each pass on the small track. The sometimes deadly event follows days of heavy drinking in celebration of All Saints Day. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair
HONDURAS
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August 26, 2003
Soldiers detain a protester after violence broke out at a demonstration
outside the Congress building...
Tegucigalpa, Honduras - Republic of
SOLDIERS DETAIN A PROTESTER AFTER VIOLENCE BROKE OUT AT A
DEMONSTRATION.
Soldiers detain a protester after violence broke out at a demonstration
outside the Congress building in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, August 26,
2003. An estimated 10,000 people from around the country attended the
demonstration, protesting a proposed law affecting civil services.
REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

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March 27, 2007
Security personnel remove prisoners after a riot at the Pavoncito prison in Guatemala City March 27,...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
Security personnel remove prisoners after a riot at the Pavoncito prison in Guatemala City
Security personnel remove prisoners after a riot at the Pavoncito prison in Guatemala City March 27, 2007. The violence, which resulted in only minor injuries, started after the arrival of inmates transferred from 'El Infernito', or Little Hell prison, the scene of a violence on Monday in which 4 people were killed and 9 injured. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair (GUATEMALA)
GUATEMALA/
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September 11, 2007
A protester runs past the Mayor's office after demonstrators set it on fire in Palin, Guatemala September...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
A protester runs past the Mayor's office after demonstrators set it on fire in Palin
A protester runs past the Mayor's office after demonstrators set it on fire in Palin, Guatemala September 11, 2007. Residents, angry over what they say is evidence of voter fraud, took to the streets after clashing with police the previous day. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair (GUATEMALA)
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September 05, 2007
A member of a citizen security patrol takes aim at an imaginary gang member during a light moment on...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
A member of a citizen security patrol takes aim at an imaginary gang member during a light moment on...
A member of a citizen security patrol takes aim at an imaginary gang member during a light moment on the streets of 'Barcenas' in Guatemala City September 5, 2007. Masked vigilantes patrolling their neighborhood killed a suspected gang member on Sunday in a shootout with automatic weapons, the latest in Guatemala's increasingly chaotic crime wave that has made security the top issue in the upcoming September 9 elections. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair (GUATEMALA)
GUATEMALA PRISON RIOTS
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September 19, 2005
The severed head of a gang member lies near a desk at the scene of a massacre at a youth correctional...
San Jose Pinula, Guatemala
The severed head of gang member lies near desk at scene of massacre in Guatemala.
The severed head of a gang member lies near a desk at the scene of a massacre at a youth correctional facility in San Jose Pinula, Guatemala September 19, 2005. Officials reported 12 dead and 11 injured after four members of the MS street gang, armed with assault rifles entered the facility and executed members of the rival Mara 18. Guards detained three of the intruders, who police say are minors. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair
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June 16, 2007
The body of 24-year-old Marciana Recinos, who was beaten to death by an angry mob after neighbours accused...
Camotan, Guatemala
Body of 24-year-old Recinos, who was beaten to death by an angry mob, lays in a morgue in Camotan
The body of 24-year-old Marciana Recinos, who was beaten to death by an angry mob after neighbours accused her of involvement in the disappearance of nine-year-old Mishel Diaz, lays in a morgue in Camotan, Guatemala June 16, 2007. Police rescued two other women but only after the mob doused one woman with gasoline and set her on fire. She is now recovering in the hospital and the third woman is in jail. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair (GUATEMALA)
GUATEMALA KILLINGS
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February 09, 2006
note rests at a crime scene where seven people were found murdered on the outskirts of Guatemala City...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
A note rests at a crime scene where seven people were found murdered on the outskirts of Guatemala City...
note rests at a crime scene where seven people were found murdered on the outskirts of Guatemala City February 9, 2006. Five men and 2 women were found with the note claiming they were killed for extorting money from local businesses. Some fear community members and security forces, fed up by gang violence and extortion, are taking the law into their own hands. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair
HONDURAS CHILDREN
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October 17, 2003
A former homeless boy peers from his dormitory as the doors are unlocked in
the morning at the '21 de...
Copan Ruins, Honduras - Republic of
FOR FEATURE STORY HONDURAS CHILDREN.
A former homeless boy peers from his dormitory as the doors are unlocked in
the morning at the '21 de Octubre' boy's shelter in Tegucigalpa, Honduras,
October 17, 2003. The shelter is home to 37 boys between the ages of 12 and
18, most of whom were either living in the street or being exploited by
family members, forced to work or beg for money. A program, started by
Honduras' first lady Aguas Ocanas de Maduro, is making an impact on the
homeless and exploited children in the country, but raises questions about
how far a government should go in an attempt to solve social problems.
PP03110093 REUTERS/Daniel LeClair FOR FEATURE STORY HONDURAS CHILDREN

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NICARAGUA
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November 03, 2006
A young boy turns on a television, paid for with remittances from relatives in the United States, in...
Managua, Nicaragua
A young boy turns on television in a neighborhood of Managua
A young boy turns on a television, paid for with remittances from relatives in the United States, in a poor neighborhood of Managua November 3, 2006. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair (NICARAGUA) Also see GF2DVZJSKPAA
GUATEMALA-MAYA/
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February 14, 2007
Students at a bilingual school present an oral history project in their native Kaqchikel language, in...
POPABAJ, Guatemala
Students at a bilingual school present an oral history project in their native Kaqchikel language, in...
Students at a bilingual school present an oral history project in their native Kaqchikel language, in the mountain village of Popabaj, Guatemala, February 8, 2007. A bilingual education drive in the mostly Mayan country is reviving 21 languages pushed aside since the Spanish conquest, some of which were close to extinction. Picture taken February 8, 2007. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair (GUATEMALA)
GUATEMALA MENCHU
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January 31, 2007
Nobel peace prize winner Rigoberta Menchu speaks to the media after a news conference in Guatemala City...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
Nobel peace prize winner Menchu speaks to the media after a news conference in Guatemala City
Nobel peace prize winner Rigoberta Menchu speaks to the media after a news conference in Guatemala City January 31, 2007. Menchu said Wednesday she is considering offers from several political parties to enter Guatemala's presidential race later this year. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair (GUATEMALA)
GUATEMALA-MAYA/
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February 14, 2007
Students at a bilingual school run past a mural written in their native Kaqchikel language that reads...
POPABAJ, Guatemala
Students at a bilingual school run past a mural written in their native Kaqchikel language, in the mountain...
Students at a bilingual school run past a mural written in their native Kaqchikel language that reads "Welcome to school", in the mountain village of Popabaj, Guatemala, February 8, 2007. A bilingual education drive in the mostly Mayan country is reviving 21 languages pushed aside since the Spanish conquest, some of which were close to extinction. Picture taken February 8, 2007. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair (GUATEMALA)
NICARAGUA
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January 12, 2007
Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez (C) is greeted by supporters of Nicaragua's President Daniel Ortega...
Managua, Nicaragua
Chavez is greeted by supporters of Ortega at a ceremony in Managua
Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez (C) is greeted by supporters of Nicaragua's President Daniel Ortega at ceremony in Managua January 11, 2007. REUTERS/Daniel Leclair (NICARAGUA)
GUATEMALA PRIEST
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July 29, 2006
A man hands out pamphlets with a picture of Father Stanley Rother during a memorial mass in the small...
Santiago Atitlan, Guatemala
Man hands out pamphlets with picture of Father Rother during memorial mass in Santiago Atitlan
A man hands out pamphlets with a picture of Father Stanley Rother during a memorial mass in the small town of Santiago Atitlan, Guatemala July 28, 2006. Rother was an Oaklahoman priest killed 25 years ago on July 28 for his work with indigenous poor during Guatemala's brutal civil war. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair (GUATEMALA)
GUATEMALA/
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June 30, 2007
A bystander attacks members of the protest group HIJOS in Guatemala City June 30, 2007. The group, mostly...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
A bystander attacks members of the protest group HIJOS in Guatemala City
A bystander attacks members of the protest group HIJOS in Guatemala City June 30, 2007. The group, mostly comprising relatives of people who disappeared during Guatemala's 36-year civil war, briefly interrupted the Armed Forces Day celebration. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair (GUATEMALA)
GUATEMALA
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November 21, 2006
A shop owner reacts as a fire rips through a local market in Guatemala City November 20, 2006. Fifteen...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
A shop owner reacts as a fire rips through a local market in Guatemala City
A shop owner reacts as a fire rips through a local market in Guatemala City November 20, 2006. Fifteen people died after one of Guatemala City's largest central market's caught fire on Monday, suffocating people trapped inside the labyrinthine building of basic grain and vegetable stalls. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair (GUATEMALA)
WEATHER ADRIAN
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May 20, 2005
Guatemalan fisherman casts his net into sea churned up by tropical storm Adrian in Puerto San Jose, Guatemala....
Puerto San Jose, Guatemala
Guatemalan fisherman casts his net into sea churned up by tropical storm Adrian in Puerto San ...
Guatemalan fisherman casts his net into sea churned up by tropical storm Adrian in Puerto San Jose, Guatemala. A fisherman casts his net into the ocean in Puerto San Jose, Guatemala May 20, 2005. Hurricane Adrian, the first of the 2005 season, lost strength as it hit Central America early on Friday although its heavy rains threatened to cause dangerous flash floods and mudslides. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair
CUBA EU PRIZE
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October 26, 2005
Members of the "Damas de Blanco" sit together on the lower floor of a building in Havana October 26,...
Havana, Cuba
Members of the "Damas de Blanco" sit together in Havana
Members of the "Damas de Blanco" sit together on the lower floor of a building in Havana October 26, 2005. The "Damas de Blanco", or "Ladies in White", jointly received the European Parliament's top human rights award, the 2005 Sakharov Prize for freedom of thought, with a Nigerian human rights lawyer and 'Reporters without Borders'. The Cuban women have been protesting peacefully every Sunday for the past two years for the release of husbands and sons who are political dissidents. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair Pictures of the month October 2005 Pictures of the Year 2005
MEXICO ELECTION
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August 20, 2006
A woman waits to cast her ballot in in the small town of Navenchauc, Mexico August 20, 2006. Mexico's...
NAVENCHAUC, Mexico
A woman waits to cast her ballot in in the small town of Navenchauc, Mexico
A woman waits to cast her ballot in in the small town of Navenchauc, Mexico August 20, 2006. Mexico's poor, largely Maya Indian state of Chiapas voted on Sunday in a tense governor's race that could add volatility to a national political crisis following a disputed presidential election. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair (MEXICO)
GUATEMALA
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September 15, 2005
Members of a high school marching band take part in an Independence Day celebrations in Guatemala city...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
Members of a high school marching band take part in Independence Day celebrations in Guatemala.
Members of a high school marching band take part in an Independence Day celebrations in Guatemala city September 15, 2005. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair DNL/AH
GUATEMALA/
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April 20, 2007
Doratea, 5, does her homework as her mother Candelaria, who is six months pregnant, makes corn tortillas...
Jocotan, Guatemala
Girl does her homework as her mother makes corn tortillas for lunch in their adobe home on the outskirts...
Doratea, 5, does her homework as her mother Candelaria, who is six months pregnant, makes corn tortillas for lunch in their adobe home on the outskirts of Chiquimula April 19, 2007. According to the U.N. World Food Program, 49 percent of children five and under suffer from chronic malnutrition in Guatemala. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair (GUATEMALA)
HONDURAS
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November 27, 2005
A man marks his ballot during general elections in Catacamas, Honduras November 27, 2005. Hondurans vote...
Catacamas, Honduras
A man marks his ballot during general elections in Catacamas Honduras
A man marks his ballot during general elections in Catacamas, Honduras November 27, 2005. Hondurans vote for a new president on Sunday choosing between a hardliner who wants to recall the death penalty to curb gang murders and a liberal who would bolster security to stop the terror trail. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair Pictures of the Month November 2005
GUATEMALA
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April 16, 2006
Catholics take part in an evening procession in Antigua, Guatemala April 15, 2006 REUTERS/Daniel LeClair...
Antigua, Guatemala
Catholics take part in an evening procession in Antigua, Guatemala
Catholics take part in an evening procession in Antigua, Guatemala April 15, 2006 REUTERS/Daniel LeClair
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