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KENYA-RIGHTS/
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January 31, 2020
Kenya's Deputy President William Ruto registers his thumbprint to the digital identification system locally...
Nairobi, Kenya
Kenya's Deputy President William Ruto registers his thumbprint to the digital identification system locally...
Kenya's Deputy President William Ruto registers his thumbprint to the digital identification system locally known as Huduma Number in Nairobi, Kenya April 9, 2019. Picture taken April 9, 2019. REUTERS/Njeri Mwangi
ART-DAVINCI/
RTX6W62K
May 23, 2019
A detail shows what is believed to be Leonardo Da Vinci's thumbprint (L) on his drawing of The Cardiovascular...
London, United Kingdom
A detail shows what is believed to be Leonardo Da Vinci's thumbprint at A Life in Drawing in London
A detail shows what is believed to be Leonardo Da Vinci's thumbprint (L) on his drawing of The Cardiovascular System and Principal Organs of a Woman, at A Life in Drawing, the largest exhibition of Leonardo's work in more than 65 years, at The Queen's Gallery, Buckingham Palace in London, Britain, May 23, 2019. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez
BANGLADESH-ELECTION/
RTX6K98V
December 30, 2018
A presiding officer places a voter's thumbprint on the ballot paper before she casts her vote for the...
Dhaka, Bangladesh
A presiding officer places a voter's thumbprint on the ballot paper before she casts her vote for the...
A presiding officer places a voter's thumbprint on the ballot paper before she casts her vote for the general election in Dhaka, Bangladesh, December 30, 2018. REUTERS/Mohammad Ponir Hossain
VENEZUELA-ELECTION/
RTX6HTDO
December 09, 2018
A man marks his thumbprint as he prepares to cast his vote at a polling station during the municipal...
Caracas, Venezuela
A man marks his thumbprint as he prepares to cast his vote at a polling station during the municipal...
A man marks his thumbprint as he prepares to cast his vote at a polling station during the municipal legislators election in Caracas, Venezuela December 9, 2018. REUTERS/Marco Bello
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA-TURKEY GRAPHIC
RTX6C5TG
July 20, 2018
A man scans his thumbprint during a registration process for a new Identification card at al-Bab city...
AL-BAB, Syria
A man scans his thumbprint during a registration process for a new Identification card at al-Bab city...
A man scans his thumbprint during a registration process for a new Identification card at al-Bab city council offices in the northeast of Aleppo, Syria July 15, 2018. Picture Taken July 15, 2018. REUTERS/ Khalil Ashawi
CLIMATECHANGE-SUMMIT/
RTX1WNID
December 01, 2015
French President Francois Hollande puts his thumbprint on a wall at the Nicolas Hulot Foundation stand...
Le Bourget, France
French President Francois Hollande puts his thumbprint on a wall at the Nicolas Hulot Foundation stand...
French President Francois Hollande puts his thumbprint on a wall at the Nicolas Hulot Foundation stand in the Climate Generations area during the World Climate Change Conference 2015 (COP21) at Le Bourget, near Paris, France, December 1, 2015. At R, French Minister for Ecology, Sustainable Development and Energy Segolene Royal. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer
CLIMATECHANGE-SUMMIT/
RTX1WNHU
December 01, 2015
French President Francois Hollande puts his thumbprint on a wall at the Nicolas Hulot Foundation stand...
Le Bourget, France
French President Francois Hollande puts his thumbprint on a wall at the Nicolas Hulot Foundation stand...
French President Francois Hollande puts his thumbprint on a wall at the Nicolas Hulot Foundation stand in the Climate Generations area during the World Climate Change Conference 2015 (COP21) at Le Bourget, near Paris, France, December 1, 2015. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer
NIGERIA-ELECTION/
RTR4V8NL
March 28, 2015
An electoral commission worker takes a fingerprint of a voter in a polling station during elections in...
Kano, Nigeria
An electoral commission worker takes a fingerprint of a voter in a polling station during elections in...
An electoral commission worker takes a fingerprint of a voter in a polling station during elections in Kano March 28, 2015. Nigerians voted on Saturday in what looks set to be the first genuine electoral contest since the end of military rule in 1999, one in which an opposition aspirant has a fighting chance of unseating the incumbent, President Goodluck Jonathan. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic

IRAQ-ELECTION
RTR3MWM6
April 28, 2014
Members of Kurdish security forces have their thumbprints checked before voting, in a polling station...
Arbil, Iraq
Members of Kurdish security forces have their thumbprints checked before voting, in a polling station...
Members of Kurdish security forces have their thumbprints checked before voting, in a polling station during early voting for the parliamentary election in Arbil, in Iraq's Kurdistan region, April 28, 2014. Iraq will be holding its national elections on April 30. REUTERS/Azad Lashkari (IRAQ - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)
IRAQ-ELECTION/
RTR3MVDY
April 28, 2014
An Iraqi policeman has his thumbprint checked before voting in early voting for the parliamentary election,...
Baghdad, Iraq
An Iraqi policeman has his thumbprint checked in Baghdad
An Iraqi policeman has his thumbprint checked before voting in early voting for the parliamentary election, in Baghdad April 28, 2014. Iraq will be holding its national elections on April 30. REUTERS/Ahmed Saad (IRAQ - Tags - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)
ALGERIA-ELECTION/
RTR3LPC2
April 17, 2014
An Algerian woman registers her thumbprint before casting her ballot during the presidential election...
Algiers, Algeria
Algerian woman registers thumbprint before casting ballot during presidential election in Algiers
An Algerian woman registers her thumbprint before casting her ballot during the presidential election in Algiers April 17, 2014. Algerians voted on Thursday in an election President Abdelaziz Bouteflika is expected to win after 15 years in power, despite speaking only rarely in public since suffering a stroke in 2013. REUTERS/Louafi Larbi (ALGERIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
ASIA-PAWNSHOP/
RTX13F93
September 10, 2013
A customer makes an electronic thumbprint at Easy Money pawn shop in Bangkok, August 27, 2013. Faced...
Bangkok, Thailand
A customer makes an electronic thumbprint at Easy Money pawn shop in Bangkok
A customer makes an electronic thumbprint at Easy Money pawn shop in Bangkok, August 27, 2013. Faced with rising living costs and unable to wait until pay day, growing numbers of Southeast Asians are putting their gold jewellery and designer watches in hock, creating a boom in pawnshops across Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam. Thailand's largest private pawnshop operator, Easy Money, has seen a 15-20 percent rise in the number of customers in recent months, especially in areas near Bangkok, said Managing Director Sittiwit Tangthanakiat. Picture taken August 27, 2013. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha (THAILAND - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)
CHINA/
RTX11WWP
July 24, 2013
A woman shows petitioning papers bearing petitioners' thumbprints to Reuters journalists near the State...
Beijing, China
A woman shows petitioning papers bearing petitioners' thumbprints to Reuters journalists near the State...
A woman shows petitioning papers bearing petitioners' thumbprints to Reuters journalists near the State Bureau For Petitions and Visits, which handles applications from petitioners from all over China, in Beijing July 23, 2013. Petitioning the central government - part protest, part entreaty - is seen by many as the only chance of redress in a country where law courts can be manipulated by the very officials responsible for injustices. Only a tiny minority solve their problems through petitions, according to many studies, but some people still fight on, sometimes for years, abandoning families and livelihoods. Picture taken July 23, 2013. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS)
CONGO-DEMOCRATIC/
RTR3EM94
March 05, 2013
An internally displaced boy signs off with his thumbprint before receiving a tarp at a camp in Mubimbi,...
Minova, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the
An internally displaced boy signs off with his thumbprint before receiving a tarp at a camp in Mubimbi...
An internally displaced boy signs off with his thumbprint before receiving a tarp at a camp in Mubimbi, Minova, South Kivu March 4, 2013. Local NGO "Church of Christ in Congo - Ministry for Refugees and Emergencies (ECC-MERU)" distributes tarps to families displaced by fighting around Goma. The capture of Goma during the fighting between the M23 forces and the Congolese National Army (FARDC) in November 2012 caused more than 140,000 people to be displaced, according to the UN. Picture taken March 4, 2013. REUTERS/Jana Asenbrennerova (DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF THE CONGO - Tags: SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
SYRIA-CRISIS/
RTR3EAAM
February 25, 2013
A Sheikh (R) of an Islamist rebel group in Aleppo called "The Authority for the Promotion of Virtue and...
Aleppo, Syria
A Sheikh of an Islamist rebel group in Aleppo called "The Authority for the Promotion of Virtue and Supporting...
A Sheikh (R) of an Islamist rebel group in Aleppo called "The Authority for the Promotion of Virtue and Supporting the Oppressed", gets a man make a thumbprint to register his marriage in Aleppo February 25, 2013. The group is a member of the Islamic Front for the Liberation of Syria and says it is handing out aid and carrying out civilian administration in parts of Aleppo and its rural areas. REUTERS/Hamid Khatib (SYRIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
ALGERIA-VOTE
RTR31UXJ
May 10, 2012
An Algerian man registers his thumbprint as he prepares to cast his ballot during parliamentary elections...
Algiers, Algeria
An Algerian man registers his thumbprint as he prepares to cast his ballot during parliamentary elections...
An Algerian man registers his thumbprint as he prepares to cast his ballot during parliamentary elections at a polling station in Algiers May 10, 2012. Algerians voted on Thursday for a new parliament that officials say will bring democracy to a country left behind by the "Arab Spring" revolts, but many people showed their scepticism by abstaining. REUTERS/Louafi Larbi (ALGERIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
ALGERIA-VOTE
RTR31UW3
May 10, 2012
Algeria's National Liberation Front (FLN) leader Abdelaziz Belkhadem registers his thumbprint as he prepares...
Algiers, Algeria
Algeria's National Liberation Front leader Belkhadem registers his thumbprint as he prepares to cast...
Algeria's National Liberation Front (FLN) leader Abdelaziz Belkhadem registers his thumbprint as he prepares to cast his ballot during parliamentary elections at a polling station in Algiers May 10, 2012. Algerians voted on Thursday for a new parliament that officials say will bring democracy to a country left behind by the "Arab Spring" revolts, but many people showed their scepticism by abstaining. REUTERS/Louafi Larbi (ALGERIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
AFRICA-SILICOSIS
RTR2ZMAJ
March 20, 2012
Former Lesotho gold miner Kalakune Marake inks his thumbprint on a legal document in a district office...
Semonkong, Lesotho
To match Special Report AFRICA/SILICOSIS
Former Lesotho gold miner Kalakune Marake inks his thumbprint on a legal document in a district office in Semonkong, 120 km (75 miles) east of the capital Maseru January 12, 2012. Hundreds of migrant workers from Lesotho with suspected lung disease are coming forward to launch a class action lawsuit against South Africa's giant gold mining houses. Picture taken January 12, 2012. To match Special Report AFRICA/SILICOSIS REUTERS/Ed Cropley (LESOTHO - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES HEALTH EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY)
TUNISIA-ELECTION/
RTR2T2F4
October 23, 2011
An official helps a Tunisian woman register her thumbprint as she prepares to vote at a polling station...
SIDI BOUZID, Tunisia
An official helps a Tunisian woman register her thumbprint as she prepares to vote at a polling station...
An official helps a Tunisian woman register her thumbprint as she prepares to vote at a polling station during an election in Sidi Bouzid October 23, 2011. The election, the first free vote in Tunisia's history, will set a standard for other Arab countries where uprisings have triggered political change or governments have tried to rush reforms to stave off unrest. REUTERS/Zoubeir Souissi (TUNISIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
TUNISIA-ELECTION/
RTR2T27P
October 23, 2011
An official helps a Tunisian woman register her thumbprint as she prepares to vote at a polling station...
Tunis, Tunisia
An official helps a Tunisian woman register her thumbprint as she prepares to vote at a polling station...
An official helps a Tunisian woman register her thumbprint as she prepares to vote at a polling station during an election in Tunis October 23, 2011. The election, the first free vote in Tunisia's history, will set a standard for other Arab countries where uprisings have triggered political change or governments have tried to rush reforms to stave off unrest.REUTERS/Anis Mili (TUNISIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
MARKETS/
RTR2PQV4
August 09, 2011
A man makes a thumbprint at a pawn shop as he redeems gold in Bangkok August 9, 2011. Bullion gained...
Bangkok, Thailand
A man makes a thumbprint at a pawn shop as he redeems gold in Bangkok
A man makes a thumbprint at a pawn shop as he redeems gold in Bangkok August 9, 2011. Bullion gained more than 2 percent on Tuesday, roaring to all-time highs for a second consecutive session to stand above $1,750 as equity markets dived on growing fears of a global recession following last week's U.S. credit downgrade. REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang (THAILAND - Tags: BUSINESS)
BOLIVIA/
RTR271C1
August 23, 2009
Coca grower Felipe Sensano (L) has his thumbprint scanned at a biometric registry centre of the Bolivian...
Villa 14 De Septiembre, Bolivia
Coca grower Sensano has his thumbprint scanned at a biometric registry centre in Villa 14 de Septiembre...
Coca grower Felipe Sensano (L) has his thumbprint scanned at a biometric registry centre of the Bolivian electoral court, as part of the process to register himself as a voter for the upcoming December 6 general elections, in Villa 14 de Septiembre in the Chapare region, August 21, 2009. The unions of coca growers have called for their members to come forward and register so as to again pledge support for Bolivia's President Evo Morales. Picture taken August 21, 2009. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA POLITICS ELECTIONS)
CHINA-SURROGACY/
RTXEJZ8
April 30, 2009
Xiao Hong, a young Chinese surrogate mother, looks up at the ceiling in the maternity ward of Guangzhou's...
Guangzhou, China
To match feature CHINA-SURROGACY/
Xiao Hong, a young Chinese surrogate mother, looks up at the ceiling in the maternity ward of Guangzhou's Taihe Hospital where she said she was forced into an abortion by the city's family planning officials February 28, 2009. With China's rising affluence, increasing numbers of infertile couples have been seeking surrogate mothers to carry a child on their behalf, but the ambiguous legal status of the underground industry has led to abuses like forced abortions. Xiao Hong, 20, had been pregnant with four-month old twins at the time. Xiao Hong who declined to give her real name for fear of reprisals, said the men had forced her thumbprint onto a consent form before carrying out the surgical procedure in which her abdomen was injected with an abortive drug. Picture taken February 28, 2009. To match feature CHINA-SURROGACY/ REUTERS/James Pomfret (CHINA POLITICS HEALTH)
IRAQ/
RTXCONA
March 12, 2009
A U.S. soldier takes a thumbprint of a detainee before his release in Baghdad March 12, 2009. About 11...
Baghdad, Iraq
A U.S. soldier takes a thumbprint of a detainee before his release in Baghdad
A U.S. soldier takes a thumbprint of a detainee before his release in Baghdad March 12, 2009. About 11 detainees were released from the U.S. detention facility at Camp Bucca on Thursday, according to the U.S. army. REUTERS/Mohammed Ameen (IRAQ CONFLICT MILITARY POLITICS)
SUDAN-WARCRIMES/
RTXCJ9G
March 09, 2009
A Sudanese woman marks her thumbprint with blood in support of Sudan's President Omar Hassan al-Bashir...
Khartoum, Sudan
Sudanese woman marks her thumbprint with blood in support of Sudan's President Bashir in Khartoum
A Sudanese woman marks her thumbprint with blood in support of Sudan's President Omar Hassan al-Bashir and against the arrest warrant for him issued by a Hague court, in Khartoum March 8, 2009. Bashir threatened on Sunday to expel diplomats and more aid groups, brandishing a sword at a Darfur rally days after the International Criminal Court (ICC) issued the warrant for him for war crimes. The poster reads, "We reject handing over the leader of the nation. No purging on Sudan's sovereignty". Photo taken March 8, 2009. REUTERS/Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah (SUDAN CONFLICT POLITICS SOCIETY)
IRAQ/
RTXAH5I
November 11, 2008
A member of U.S.-backed neighbourhood patrol, or locally called "Sahwas", places his thumbprint on a...
Baghdad, Iraq
Member of U.S.-backed neighbourhood patrol or locally called Sahwas places his thumbprint on paper to...
A member of U.S.-backed neighbourhood patrol, or locally called "Sahwas", places his thumbprint on a paper to receive his week's salary from the Iraqi military in Baghdad's Rashid district November 10, 2008. Picture taken November 10, 2008. REUTERS/Mohammed Ameen (IRAQ)
PHILIPPINES/
RTR1VFXS
October 29, 2007
Philippine President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo puts her thumbprint on her official ballot shortly before...
Pampanga, Philippines
Philippine President puts her thumbprint on her official ballot before casting her vote at San Nicolas...
Philippine President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo puts her thumbprint on her official ballot shortly before casting her vote at San Nicolas elementary school in Lubao town of Pampanga province, north of Manila, October 29, 2007, during the nationwide elections for village chair and the youth legislature. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES)
NIGERIA CENSUS
RTR17MOT
March 26, 2006
Nigerian census enumerators take thumbprints of a child during their visits to homes in the commercial...
Lagos, Nigeria
Nigerian census enumerators take thumbprints of a child during their visits to homes in Lagos
Nigerian census enumerators take thumbprints of a child during their visits to homes in the commercial capital, Lagos, March 26, 2006. Nigeria will extend a national census period by two days to compensate for initial delays, President Olusegun Obasanjo said on Saturday, after violence and logistical hitches marred the first days of the count. REUTERS/George Esiri
NIGERIA CENSUS
RTR17LAJ
March 24, 2006
Nigerian census enumerators take thumbprints of a child during their visits to homes in the commercial...
Lagos, Nigeria
Nigerian census enumerators take thumbprints of a child in the commercial capital, Lagos
Nigerian census enumerators take thumbprints of a child during their visits to homes in the commercial capital, Lagos, March 24, 2006. The normally hectic streets and markets of Nigeria's main cities were deserted on Friday with residents ordered to stay at home and be counted as the first census in 15 years entered its final stage. REUTERS/George Esiri
NIGERIA CENSUS
RTR17IF7
March 22, 2006
Census enumerators take thumbprints as they visit homes in Lagos March 22, 2006. Nigeria launched a...
Lagos, Nigeria
Census enumerators take thumbprints as they visit homes in Lagos
Census enumerators take thumbprints as they visit homes in Lagos March 22, 2006. Nigeria launched a census on Tuesday but logistical hitches delayed counting in many places, increasing pressure on organizers who also have to contend with political tensions that have derailed previous headcounts.REUTERS/George Esiri
AFGHAN ELECTION
RTR83CO
August 05, 2004
An Afghan woman prepares to sign her election identity card with a thumbprint at an election registration...
Kabul, Afghanistan
Afghan woman prepares to sign her election identity card in Kabul.
An Afghan woman prepares to sign her election identity card with a thumbprint at an election registration centre in Kabul August 5, 2004. Voter registration for Afghanistan's presidential election will close on August 15, ending an eight-month process which the overwhelming majority of people have chosen to join despite the rising threat of violence. The Joint Electoral Management Board, the U.N.-government body coordinating the presidential vote on October 9 and parliament elections in April, said registration would resume after the first poll had taken place. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood AM/LA
AFGHANISTAN
RTXLFG2
August 01, 2002
An Afghan soldier walks out with his money after being paid through a grant by France and the United...
Kabul, Afghanistan
An Afghan soldier walks out with his money after being paid through a grant by France and the United.....
An Afghan soldier walks out with his money after being paid through a grant by France and the United States at Kabul Military Academy August 1, 2002. Each of around 300 soldiers currently being trained by international forces to form the bulk of a new army of national unity was paid $30 for a month's work. Soldiers were required to give their thumbprints to acknowledge that they had received their pay.
AFGHAN ARMY PAY
RTR8GAD
August 01, 2002
An Afghan soldier walks out with his money after being paid through a
grant by France and the United...
Kabul, Afghanistan - IslamicStateof Afghanistan
AN AFGHAN SOLDIER WALKS OUT WITH HIS MONEY AFTER BEING PAID AT KABUL
MILITARY ACADEMY.
An Afghan soldier walks out with his money after being paid through a
grant by France and the United States at Kabul Military Academy August
1, 2002. Each of around 300 soldiers currently being trained by
international forces to form the bulk of a new army of national unity
was paid $30 for a month's work. Soldiers were required to give their
thumbprints to acknowledge that they had received their pay.
REUTERS/Zainal Abd Halim

ZH/CP
INDIA POLITICS
RTR1O88
February 15, 2002
Indian women wait in line to register their vote in Rajhaua Khurd in
the northern Indian state of Uttar...
Rajhaua Khurd, Republic of India
TO MATCH FEATURE INDIA POLITICS - LADIES WAIT IN LINE TO REGISTER THEIR
VOTE IN RAJHAUA KHURD.
Indian women wait in line to register their vote in Rajhaua Khurd in
the northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. This is polling in the
biggest state of the world's largest democracy, a myriad of
contradictions like the thumbprint and hi-tech machine, where India's
5,000-year-old caste system plays a bigger role than its status as a
modern nuclear power. Photo taken February 15, 2002. TO MATCH FEATURE
INDIA POLITICS

JSG/PB
CRIME CAMBODIA JAPAN
RTRCQ3D
January 09, 2001
Pakeshi Ozawa, a 36-year-old tourist from Aishi, Japan, puts his thumbprint on court documents in the...
Phnom Penh, Cambodia - Kingdom of
A CAMBODIA COURT FINGER PRINTS A JAPANESE MAN CHARGED WITH COMMITTING AN IMMORAL ACT IN PHNOM PENH.
Pakeshi Ozawa, a 36-year-old tourist from Aishi, Japan, puts his thumbprint on court documents in the Cambodian capital Phnom Penh January 9, 2001. Ozawa was charged with committing an immoral act with an underage person after being arrested last week with a 14-year-old Vietnamese sex worker, and faces 10 to 20 years in prison if convicted.

HJ/JD
MEXICO POLITICS
RTRS56R
November 07, 1999
Mexican President Ernesto Zedillo jokes with polling station workers about replacing the traditional...
Mexico City, Mexico
MEXICAN PRESIDENT ZEDILLO JOKES WITH POLLING STATION WORKERS IN PRI PARTY PRIMARY.
Mexican President Ernesto Zedillo jokes with polling station workers about replacing the traditional finger-pointing method of choosing a party successor with the casting of ballots and the thumbprint to show that one has voted, during the country's first-ever primary to choose the ruling party (PRI) successor November 7. Sitting presidents previously chose their successors as PRI candidates in a process known as the "dedazo," or pointing of the big finger. The chosen one was assured of victory as the PRI has won 11 straight presidential election.

AW/RC
PORTUGAL
RTXGDU0
December 11, 1996
A young illegall immigrant signs documents with a thumbprint requesting work and a resident permit on...
A young illegall immigrant signs documents with a thumbprint requesting work and a resident permit o.....
A young illegall immigrant signs documents with a thumbprint requesting work and a resident permit on the last day for legalization in Portugal December 11. More than thirty thousands foreigns illegal immigrants have until December 11 to legalise their situation with the Portuguese authorities after failing to apply for residence papers during the 1993 amnesty.
RTRZNQ
December 11, 1996
A young illegall immigrant signs documents with a thumbprint requesting work and a resident permit on...
Portugal
PORTUGUESE ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS REQUEST WORK PERMITS
A young illegall immigrant signs documents with a thumbprint requesting work and a resident permit on the last day for legalization in Portugal December 11. More than thirty thousands foreigns illegal immigrants have until December 11 to legalise their situation with the Portuguese authorities after failing to apply for residence papers during the 1993 amnesty.

PORTUGAL
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