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  1. Reconsidering the scale of state salaries Economie 2020-02-08 | 01:41 Source: the morning 37,542 views The Parliamentary Legal Committee revealed, on Saturday, that the Federal Civil Service Law will top the agenda of the new legislative season sessions, while the Finance Committee indicated that the law will review the ladder of state salaries. Member of Parliament, Hussein Al-Aqabi, told Al-Sabah: “The law was withdrawn and we objected to its presentation of the final vote, because the law has been in place since the previous session of the Parliamentary Finance Committee and it is outside its jurisdiction,” adding that “the legal committee asked the law Study and submission of the final vote at a later time. " He pointed out that "the law relates to the organization of legal centers to manage the organizational structure of the Iraqi state as it summarizes the rights and duties of the employee," explaining that "the law regulates the work of public functions and management of the government sector, with administrative experiences of more than 100 years old, and not more than 100 years old, with The new constitutional order. " For its part, the Parliamentary Finance Committee announced that the federal civil service law would lead to a review of the salary scale for employees in state departments.اقتصاد/333908/اعادة-النظر-ﺑﺴﻠﻢ-رواﺗﺐ-ﻣﻮﻇﻔﻲ-اﻟﺪوﻟﺔ
  2. White House Asks Scientists To Investigate Whether 2019-nCoV Was Bio-Engineered by Tyler Durden Fri, 02/07/2020 - 17:26 63 SHARES TwitterFacebookRedditEmailPrint A week ago, we published details that raised questions about the source of the Wuhan novel coronavirus, specifically questioning the official theory for the spread of the Coronavirus epidemic, namely because someone ate bat soup at a Wuhan seafood and animal market as a fabricated farce. The real reason behind the viral spread, we suggested, was that a weaponized version of the coronavirus (one which may have originally been obtained from Canada), was released by Wuhan's Institute of Virology (presumably accidentally ), China's only top, level-4 biohazard lab, which was studying "the world's most dangerous pathogens." At the time we summarized the series of dots and asked "real reporters" to connect them: One of China's top virology and immunology experts was and still works at China's top-rated biohazard lab, the Wuhan Institute of Virology, which some have affectionately called the real Umbrella Corp. Since 2009, Peng has been the leading Chinese scientist researching the immune mechanism of bats carrying and transmitting lethal viruses in the world. His primary field of study is researching how and why bats can be infected with some of the most nightmarish viruses in the world including Ebola, SARS and Coronavirus, and not get sick. He was genetically engineering various immune pathways (such as the STING pathway in bats) to make the bats more or less susceptible to infection, in the process potentially creating a highly resistant mutant superbug. As part of his studies, Peng also researched mutant Coronavirus strains that overcame the natural immunity of some bats; these are "superbug" Coronavirus strains, which are resistant to any natural immune pathway, and now appear to be out in the wild. As of mid-November, his lab was actively hiring inexperienced post-docs to help conduct his research into super-Coronaviruses and bat infections. Peng's work on virology and bat immunology has received support from the National "You Qing" Fund, the pilot project of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, and the major project of the Ministry of Science and Technology. Of course, that is all ancient history and Zero Hedge was permanently banned from Twitter for raising such a conspiracy theory about a publicly-searchable person working a publicly-searchable place. But, bygones being bygones, we moved on... until today when no lesser entity than The White House began asking questions about the origin of the deadly coronavirus. As ABC News reports, the director of the White House's Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP), in a letter to the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, requested that scientific experts "rapidly" look into the origins of the virus in order to address both the current spread and "to inform future outbreak preparation and better understand animal/human and environmental transmission aspects of coronaviruses." Specifically, ABC News' Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Jennifer Ashton asked the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease about concerns that stem from misinformation online that the novel coronavirus could have been engineered or deliberately released. The White House has good reason to question the official story as expert virologist Dr. James Lyons-Weiler of the Institute for Pure and Applied Knowledge, showed and explained how the coronavirus' genetic sequence - which has been publicly released by China - contains a unique "middle fragment" encoding a SARS (severe acute respiratory syndrome) spike protein that appears, according to his genomic analysis, to have been inserted into the 2019-nCoV virus using "pShuttle" technology. This technique can only be done in a lab, as it has never occurred naturally in nature. One additional, major reason we suspect this line of logical reasoning could be correct - as conspiratorial as it may seem - is that Chinese authorities have launched a full-scale crusade to disprove the fact that this deadly virus was man-made. Faced with external doubts and accusations, on February 2nd, Shi Zhengli responded angrily in the WeChat circle of friends: Additionally, as The Washington Times reports, one ominous sign, said a U.S. official, is the that false rumors since the outbreak began several weeks ago have begun circulating on the Chinese Internet claiming the virus is part of a U.S. conspiracy to spread germ weapons. As a reminder, it was discovered that Shi Zhengli had participated in a study published in Natural Medicine on November 9, 2015, about a disease that can be caused by a SARS-like coronavirus (SHC014-CoV) found in Chinese horseshoe bats. We are sure this is all just a coincidence - Wuhan epicenter... Only P4 facility in China... A lab investigating bats infected with genetically engineered Coronavirus... Coronavirus infected Bats... Chimeric bio-engineered viruses.... and that is probably why The White House is now asking authorities to investigate the source of the disease. Of course, when Zero Hedge suggested the same thing, highlighting key personnel in the Wuhan lab that were publicly acknowledged as responsible for that research, we were immediately banned by Twitter. We look forward to reading Buzzfeed's article decrying The White House for daring to ask questions about the origin of this deadly pandemic.
  3. 07-02-2020 11:18 PM Urgent: The United Nations expresses its concern about the supporters of al-Sadr's suppression of demonstrations in Najaf and Karbala with weapons Baghdad / Al-Akhbariya: The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights issued an urgent briefing on Friday on the conditions related to the situation of human rights and fundamental freedoms in Najaf, expressing concern about the follow-up of Sadr's killing of protesters in Najaf and Karbala. "We are concerned about the escalation of violence in the city of Najaf in central Iraq, where allegations were received on February 5 / supporters of Muqtada al-Sadr have fired on anti-government protesters," said Marta Hortado, a spokesperson for the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights. . She added, "This latest incident raises once again serious concerns about the government's continued failure to fulfill its obligation under international law to protect demonstrators from attacks by so-called" militias. " "Where on February 5, witnesses said that gunmen belonging to Muqtada al-Sadr shot protesters in Sadr Square in Najaf, at least seven people were killed and more than 75 wounded, and the protesters' tents were burned." He pointed out that "the incident came after a previous attempt to" storm "the protest site on February 3, while the police tried to control the situation at the beginning, the security forces were unable in the end to protect the protesters" and indicated that "on February 6 also, armed men of Moqtada al-Sadr attacked the demonstrators In a field in the nearby city of Karbala with machine guns, clubs, and knives, they shot and wounded two protesters and a police officer, and then beat three protesters and tore tents. The Iraqi army was reportedly present but did not intervene and the riot police were called in. We repeat our call to the government to ensure the safety of peaceful protesters in C Aa times. "
  4. 08-02-2020 10:46 AM Former Adviser to the President of the Republic: Iraq is on the verge of collapse ... The Allawi government cannot fail Baghdad / news The adviser to the former President of the Republic, Farhad Alaeddin, affirmed that Iraq is on the verge of collapse, stating that the government of Prime Minister-designate Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi cannot fail. Aladdin said in a tweet on "Twitter", "It is fair to say that Iraq is on the verge of complete collapse. The government of Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi cannot fail." He explained that "the situation in the south is critical, the political leadership must understand that there are very few options available, and that they prefer to choose wisely or lose it."
  5. 08-02-2020 12:51 PM Allawi intends to avoid the mistakes of "successive governments" in his temporary cabinet to put the sovereign first Baghdad / news A political official source said today, Saturday, that the Prime Minister-designate Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi will take a different approach in proposing his cabinet cabinet that differs from that of the heads of previous governments, noting that Allawi will present in his first meal the names of the ministers to the sovereign ministries, particularly the defense and the interior. The source said to "Al-Akhbariya", that "Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi is fully aware of the mistakes made by his predecessors from the heads of previous governments who put forward the names of service ministries at the time and left the ministries that cause conflict between the political blocs, which leads to delaying the formation of the government," noting that " Allawi will put forward the names of the ministers of the sovereign ministries, particularly the defense and the interior. He explained that "the Prime Minister-designate has put in the calculations of what the demonstrators will pour in the next stage, so he will grant the demonstration squares two or more ministries," noting that "Allawi is in constant contact with representatives of the demonstrations." In his response to whether Allawi was subjected to political pressure, the source stressed that "the matter may not inevitably be free from pressure, but so far it can be called conditions, not pressures, and most of those conditions are acceptable and commensurate with what Allawi aspires to, who wants to find a balance in international relations in a way that suits the interest of Iraq. Noting that "Allawi is working on getting out of the principle of compatibility and quotas in choosing positions to adopt competency and integrity standards." The President of the Republic, Barham Salih, had commissioned Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi to form a government to replace the article by the people, Adel Abdul Mahdi, on February 1 of this month, to present his cabinet in 30 days.
  6. A deputy for Al-Fateh is expected to announce the Allawi government next weekend 12:52 - 08/02/2020 0 The information / Baghdad .. On Saturday, the deputy from the Alliance of Fathil Fadel Jaber revealed that his alliance informed the Prime Minister-designate, Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi, who left the freedom to choose his ministers without any conditions, while the Allawi government was likely to announce the end of next week. Jaber said in a statement to "Information", that "the Al-Fateh Alliance with all its political components informed Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi, the freedom to choose his ministers without interference from his political forces, and he did not put any conditions for him, leaving him with freedom of choice, provided that the pillars of his cabinet are satisfactory to all, especially the demonstration plaza." He added that "the events of Najaf and Nasiriyah during the past week and the rapid response of the security forces to the authority's request to control the protection of the demonstrations have made it easier for Prime Minister-designate Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi to accelerate the formation of the next government," expecting "the announcement of the new government at the end of next week." The MP, Agn, the National Approach Bloc Hussein Al-Aqabi, had said in a previous statement to “Al-Maalouma”, that Al-Fateh Alliance and others would bear the full responsibility in the government of Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi, stating that the people do not need repeated slogans since 2003 until now. Ended in / 25 pm
  7. Mr. Sadr directs the withdrawal of the blue hats owners from the demonstration grounds Time: 8/2/2020 3:28 PM Read: 871 times Categories: Animated news tape, Slider, Iraq News (Baghdad: Al Furat News) Today, Saturday, the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, directed the withdrawal of the blue hats owners from the demonstration squares. On his Twitter account, Al-Sadr published a charter entitled: "The Reform Revolution Charter". The charter was as follows: First: to continue the peaceful demonstrations, This means the following: 1 - Never forcing anyone to demonstrate and protest. عدم- Not to cut roads and harm public life. 3 - Not to prevent attendance in all schools, but universities and their equivalents are optional and without forcing or not permanently. 4- Never violating private and public properties, utilities, photos, headquarters, and so forth. 5- Evacuating the protest and sit-in areas from any manifestations of armament .. This applies to Molotov cocktails, halls, sticks, and so forth, by handing them over to the security forces. Second: Managing demonstrations from the inside and giving up those controlling them from the outside. Third: The demonstrations should not be politicized by internal or external parties, party or otherwise. Fourth: The declaration of innocence from the infiltrators and saboteurs, which the Marjaiya and other religious and clan leaders indicated to it. Fifth: Unifying the demands and writing them uniformly for all the demonstrations in Iraq. Sixth: Work to form committees from within the demonstrations in order to demand the release of the detainees and the kidnappers, and a serious investigation into the case of the reform martyrs who fell during the demonstrations. Seventh: Work to find a spokesman for the demonstrations. Eighth: Not to violate the security forces, including the (traffic police) at all ... and to present the former or later aggressors to the security forces immediately. Ninth: Taking into account the legal and social rules of the country as much as possible, not mixing the two sexes in the tents of the sit-in, and evacuating the places of protests from the forbidden intoxicants, drugs, and the like. Tenth: Withdrawal (the blue hats) and handing over the order to protect peaceful demonstrators) and tents are in the hands of the armed security forces. Eleventh: Determine places to demonstrate in general and sit-in in particular, through official approvals and in coordination with the security forces directly. Twelfth: Commitment to the directives of the National Authority and References. Thirteenth: The expulsion of everyone who stirs internal strife and sectarianism, and everyone who attacks the divine self or religious and social norms and the like. Fourteenth: Friday will be a day for mass Iraqi demonstrations, without declaring any affiliation with non-Iraq, and without discrimination with a shout, an act, a sign, or the like. Fifteenth: Investigation of the incident (Al Wathba), (the shrine of Sayyid al-Hakim), (the incident of Sadr Square), the massacre of Nasiriyah and the like in all governorates. Sixteenth: The demonstrators do not interfere in secondary political matters, such as appointments, and reject some policies from here and there, and therefore, there are special parties that do them as well as others. Seventeenth: The revolutionaries are not forced to form the interim government ... in which it denigrates the reformist revolution. Eighteen: Giving importance to the gathering of university students, in which it is a victory for reform and not to attack or harass them as long as they are peaceful. And continue to do so until early elections. Yesterday, Friday, the supreme authority in Najaf called on the official security forces to protect the demonstrations and not shirk their role. "The official security forces are indispensable in avoiding falling into the shafts of chaos and disturbing public order, it is they who should bear the responsibility to maintain security and stability, protect the protest arenas and peaceful demonstrators, expose aggressors and intruders, and preserve the interests of citizens," said the representative of the authority, Mr. Ahmed Al-Safi. From the aggressors of the saboteurs, and there is no justification for her to avoid her from carrying out her duties in this context, nor is it justified to prevent her from doing so or to confront what is at the heart of her duties, and she must act with complete professionalism and refrain from using violence in dealing with peaceful protests and prevent abuse of her participants, and The same time to prevent damage to public property or for any pretext or title. " is over Mohammed Al-Marsoumiالسيد-الصدر-يوجه-بانسحاب-اصحاب-القبعات-الزرق-من-ساحات-التظاهر
  8. Kuwait intends to build the largest housing complex in Iraq 10:25 - 08/02/2020 0 The information / Baghdad .. The State of Kuwait announced, on Saturday, its intention to build the largest mosque and residential complex in Iraq in addition to organizing Kuwaiti religious endowments in Iraq "There is a great understanding between the two endowments in the brotherly Republic of Iraq and the Jaafari endowment in the State of Kuwait, and it is based on charitable work in general and some of the endowments of Kuwaitis in Iraq , and God willing, in a permanent endeavor ," said Osama al-Sayegh, director of the Kuwaiti Jaafari Endowments in a statement . He added, “We have endowments in Karbala and charitable projects in Najaf and the funeral transfer endowment we seek to organize, in addition to the building of Husayniyah in the holy Kadhimiya. There is a large project in the city of science that consists of building residential units and endowments for the Hawza students in addition to building the largest mosque and Husayniyah in the region that contains On a large hall and a medical center for minor operations, and His Eminence, the Chief of Staff, humiliates and facilitates all difficulties, in accordance with Iraqi regulations, laws and laws. ” Ended / 25
  9. Legal expert: This is what will happen if the government is not formed within 30 days Policy 2020-02-08 | 04:13 14,847 views The legal expert, Tariq Harb, revealed what will happen if the government is not formed within 30 days, while calling for an urgent formation. Harb said in a press statement that "the duration of the formation of the second ministry in the same electoral cycle is one of the deadlines for the fall, that is, if the thirty-day period for the formation of the ministry ends, it cannot be extended and it cannot be reassigned to Allawi to form the government." "The constitution obliged the president of the republic to appoint a new candidate instead of the one who was previously assigned, who failed to form in the thirty days," he added. Yesterday, Friday, the MP from the Alliance of Amid Al-Aqabi asserted that the Sunni and Kurdish blocs are demanding their constitutional entitlements from the ministries, but Allawi wants to choose his government himself.سياسة/333919/خبير-قانوني-هذا-ما-سيحدث-في-حال-عدم-تشكيل-الحكومة
  10. Sadr announces "Charter for Reform Revolution" Policy 2020-02-08 | 08:27 5,276 viewsسياسة/333938/الصدر-يعلن-ميثاق-ثورة-الإصلاح
  11. 02/08/2020 13:24 Views 52 Section: Iraq The Kurds intend to form a unified delegation to hold dialogues with Allawi on the next stage Baghdad / Obelisk: On Saturday 8 February 2020, the Kurdistan Alliance MP, Salim Hamza, revealed dialogues taking place between the Kurdish forces to formulate their position towards the process of consulting with Prime Minister-designate Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi and the formation of a unified delegation to hold dialogues with him. Hamzah said in a statement to local media that the Kurdish forces began joint dialogues for the purpose of formulating a unified Kurdish position towards the consultations that will be held with Prime Minister-designate Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi for the next stage. He indicated that the Kurdish forces are in agreement with the majority of them to support the demands of the demonstrators and not to include partisan ministers. He added, that the ongoing dialogues between the Kurdish forces will give rise to a joint Kurdish delegation representing the region, who will arrive in Baghdad to meet Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi for the purpose of questioning the region's vision for the next stage. He pointed out that the Kurdish forces do not oppose any decision calling for early elections because it has become an Iraqi demand. Follow the obeliskالاكراد-يعتزمون-تشكيل-وفد-موحد-لاجراء-حوارات-مع-علاوي-بشأن-المرحلة-المقبلة
  12. 02/08/2020 14:16 Views 5 Section: Iraq Other: Allawi will not present any minister in the government of Abdul-Mahdi within his cabinet Baghdad / Obelisk: Deputy for the Alliance of Raiders of Riyad Al-Masoudi affirmed on Saturday February 8 2020 that Prime Minister-designate Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi will not present any minister in the government of resigned Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi within his new cabinet, attributing the matter to the failure of the Abdul-Mahdi government to implement the program Government. Al-Masoudi said in a statement to local media, that the Adel Abdul Mahdi government had failed, at various levels, to implement its government program and it was unreasonable to return one of its ministers within the Allawi government. He stated that the Alliance of Saireon will vote on the ministers who meet the conditions of competence, street specifications and reference. He added that Allawi will refrain from providing any minister in the government of Abdul-Mahdi within his cabinet, even if the political blocs pressed him. And that the House of Representatives will support Allawi by passing independent ministers to form a government. The deputy of the Construction Alliance, Ahmed Al-Kinani, called on Prime Minister-designate Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi to replace some of the close and counselors during the formation of his government. Follow the obeliskسائرون-علاوي-لن-يقدم-اي-وزير-بحكومة-عبد-المهدي-ضمن-كابينته-الوزارية
  13. 02/08/23 13:51 Views 79 Section: Iraq Parliamentary blocs reveal pressure on Muhammad Allawi over the selection of ministers Baghdad / Obelisk: On Saturday 8 February 2020, the deputy of the Construction Alliance, Ahmad Al-Kinani, called on Prime Minister-designate Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi to replace some of his close associates and advisors during the formation of his government. Kanani said in a statement to local media, that some reports indicate pressure from the close circle and adviser to Prime Minister-designate Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi regarding the selection of ministers. He added that Allawi is required to choose independent ministers and away from partisanship, as well as the dimensions of the circle close to him in order to ensure his success in offering his ministerial cabinet according to the terms of the political blocs by choosing honest personalities capable of running the state. Kanani said that Allawi is able to provide the government during the constitutional period without any delay due to the presence of support by most political blocs in Parliament. Follow the obeliskكتل-نيابية-تكشف-عن-ضغوط-على-محمد-علاوي-بشان-اختيار-الوزراء
  14. Kurdistan Democrat: We did not discuss the file of ministerial portfolios in the "Allawi" government 09:35 - 07/02/2020 0 Information / private .. On Friday, a member of the Kurdistan Democratic Party, Aram Palati, confirmed that the Democratic Party did not discuss the portfolio of ministerial portfolios in Allawi's government, noting that what is currently important to the party is to save Iraq from its miserable condition. Palati said in a statement to "Information", that "the Kurdistan Democratic Party expressed its support for the Prime Minister-designate Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi, since he is a choice of the Shiite house and this position belongs to them." He added, "The support provided to Allawi is conditional on lifting Iraq out of the current crisis, implementing the demonstrators' demands, and satisfying the Iraqi street." And he stated that "the KDP will not burden the prime minister-designate and will not disagree much about the ministerial cabinet ," stressing that "the Democrat did not discuss with Allawi the portfolio of ministerial portfolios or positions, and focused his attention in the current stage on saving Iraq from the dire situation in which he lives." 25 n ended
  15. 02/20/2020 12:35 Views 52 Section: Iraq American newspaper: The Iraq war cost Washington $ 2 trillion deducted from the taxpayers Baghdad / Obelisk: The American economic newspaper, Business Insider, reported in a report published on Friday, February 7, 2020, that the war in Iraq cost the United States of America more than $ 2 trillion, noting that these war funds have been deducted from the taxpayers. The newspaper said, that a new report from the War Costs Project at Brown University, estimated that American taxpayers paid an average of $ 8,000 each and more than $ 2 trillion in total for the Iraq war alone. The newspaper added, that the actual costs of the war exceed the Pentagon’s approved budgets, and move to other parts of the federal budget Unlike most wars in history, the war is funded by borrowing money, which leads to the payment of large amounts of interest - not to mention the increase in wages to retain soldiers Medicare and disability. And regardless of the high cost of the Iraq war, the group estimates that the United States has spent more than $ 6.4 trillion on all its efforts in the war on terrorism in Iraq and Afghanistan, and related violence in Pakistan and Syria. According to a new estimate by Neta Crawford, co-director of war costs, US taxpayers paid nearly $ 2 trillion in costs associated with the war on the Iraq war alone. Newsweek estimated that the total war in Iraq amounts to about $ 8,000 per taxpayer, a figure that far exceeds the Pentagon's estimate that Americans have paid an average of $ 3,990 to both Iraq and Syria so far. In March 2019, the Department of Defense estimated that wars in Iraq, Afghanistan, and Syria combined cost each US taxpayer approximately $ 7,623 on average. The War Costs Project, through Brown University, is researching the human, economic and political costs of the post-9/11 wars launched by the United States. It is important for Americans to understand exactly what their taxes are paying when it comes to war-related expenses, Stephanie Saville, co-director of War Costs Projects, told Insider. He continued: While the Americans are discussing the advantages of the American military presence in Iraq and elsewhere in the name of the American war on terrorism, it is necessary to understand that the costs of the war far exceed what the Ministry of Defense allocated in emergency operations overseas and access to many parts of the federal budget. The Pentagon has allocated about $ 838 billion in emergency and foreign emergency operations for military operations in Iraq from fiscal year 2003 to 2019, including operations fighting ISIS in Iraq and Syria, however, Saville says that the actual costs of the war often exceed the cost of the budgets that he agreed Congress. And when you are responsible for the cost of the war, you cannot just calculate what the Ministry of Defense has spent on foreign emergency funds. She pointed out other groups of costs including interest on borrowed money, increased war-related spending, higher wages to retain soldiers, medical care and disability for post-9/11 veterans, and more. According to their estimates, the cost of the Iraq war to date will be $ 1922 billion in the current dollar. This figure includes the funding that the Pentagon explicitly allocated to the war, spending on the country by the State Department, sponsoring veterans of the Iraq war and interest on debt incurred for 16 years of involvement. The American army in the country. Crawford says that the war-related spending in Iraq has exceeded its budget in 16 years, and military forces have been in the country, and the surplus is estimated at $ 382 billion in Iraq alone. Increases in budgets approved by Congress were used to increase base security, recruitment and reinsertion bonuses, and increase wages to retain staff, and health care costs for service members. In addition to the costs of the Ministry of Defense, the State Department added about $ 59 billion to the total costs of the USAID war in Iraq and Iraq. Meanwhile, $ 199 billion has been spent on veterans in Iraq who receive medical care, disability and other compensation. Follow the obeliskصحيفة-امريكية-حرب-العراق-كلفت-واشنطن-2-ترليون-دولار-استقطعت-من-دافعي-الضرائب
  16. Iran Guards to disclose new information about US base attack in Iraq Iran launched a missile attack against the Ain al Assad base in Iraq days after Soleimani was killed. (File/AFP) Short Url Updated 31 sec ago REUTERS February 07, 202007:20 1081 Tensions have spiked between Iran and the United States after top Iranian military commander Qassem Soleimani was killed in a US drone strike in Baghdad DUBAI: Iran will soon disclose new information about the missile attack it carried out against a US base in Iraq last month, the ISNA news agency on Friday reported Amirali Hajjizadeh, head of the Guards’ aerospace division, as saying. Tensions have spiked between Iran and the United States after top Iranian military commander Qassem Soleimani was killed in a US drone strike in Baghdad on Jan. 3, prompting the Islamic Republic to retaliate with a missile attack against the Ain al Assad base in Iraq days later.
  17. An economist excludes the vote on the budget during the first half of 2020 09:59 - 07/02/2020 0 Information / private .. Economic expert, Saleh Al-Hamash, ruled out, Friday, the vote on the budget during the first half of this year, indicating that the percentage of the deficit will be lower than what was due to the lack of funding for some projects, but this will harm the Iraqi economy. Al-Hamash said in a statement to "Information", that "the new Prime Minister, Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi, may not be able to hand over the budget to Parliament, and even if it is possible, it will not get a vote before the end of the first half of this year." He added that "the percentage of the deficit in the budget will be less than what was declared 48 trillion dinars, especially since Iraq has a turnover in the funds allocated to the provinces in addition to the budget will be delayed submission." He explained that "the decrease in the budget deficit is a negative indicator and an effect on the Iraqi market, as the natural deficit in other countries reaches 10%, but what happens in Iraq is a deficit of 27%, which is a catastrophic deficit." 25 n ended
  18. Parliamentary Defense: Bringing the American forces back out, and this is our opinion regarding the installation of the Patriot system 13:40 - 07/02/2020 0 Information / Diyala , a member of the Parliamentary Security and Defense Committee, Deputy Karim Aliwi, confirmed on Friday that the decision to remove the American forces from the country is not reversible. Aliwi said in an interview with the "information", that "the decision to remove the American forces from Iraq will never be reversed, and it came in the framework of the country's interest and the preservation of its sovereignty, indicating that the next government will be among its first tasks to accelerate its implementation." Aliwi added, “The talk of some American forces leaders about their intention to install Patriot systems in some bases is rejected and we will not accept it, stating that these forces will not remain and trying to install these systems represents a rejected procrastination and we will not accept it, indicating that the people with all its components with the decision to remove the American forces from the country Ended / 25
  19. After the events in Najaf, Pompeo demands accountability of the provocative figures February 07, 2020 Al-Sadr militia killed 6 protesters in Najaf Send via media View comments Print the article US Secretary of State Michael Pompeo expressed the United States' anger at the violence that took place in the city of Najaf on Wednesday, February 5, that killed and wounded peaceful protesters. On Wednesday, Sadr's militia killed 7 protesters while breaking up their sit-ins in Najaf, southern Iraq. Pompeo said in a statement that since October last year, peaceful demonstrators took to the streets to demand government reform and were met with threats, brutal violence and live fire attacks. And he added that it is unreasonable for the perpetrators of these acts to continue to go unpunished. Pompeo called in the context to hold political figures inciting violence and government leaders who are not taking steps to protect freedom of expression and peaceful assembly accountable, killing more than 600 protesters and wounding thousands so far. Pompeo urged the Iraqi government to take immediate steps to hold militias, militants and security groups in Najaf and other cities accountable for their attacks on Iraqis exercising their right to peaceful protest. "The Iraqi government should immediately address the legitimate grievances of the demonstrators by enacting reforms and tackling corruption," he said. Pompeo then went to the Iraqi people, whom he described as "brave" and said "to the brave Iraqi people seeking a government free from corruption and Iranian interference (...) We offer America's ongoing friendship and support to the Iraqi people, and we reaffirm the United States' lasting commitment to it and a strong, sovereign Iraq." And prosperous. "بعد-أحداث-النجف-بومبيو-يطالب-بمحاسبة-الشخصيات-المحرضة/532777.html
  20. Chinese doctor censured for warning about coronavirus dies of the illness; death toll hits 636 A Chinese doctor who was reprimanded by security police for warning fellow doctors about the initial coronavirus outbreak has died of the illness, according to Wuhan Central Hospital. Li Wenliang, 34, an ophthalmologist at Wuhan Central Hospital, was “unfortunately infected during the fight against the pneumonia epidemic of the new coronavirus infection,” the hospital said on its social media account. “We deeply regret and mourn this.” He died early Friday despite an "all-effort rescue" after contracting the virus Jan. 30, according to The People's Daily, the newspaper of China's Communist Party. The World Health Organization tweeted, “We are deeply saddened by the passing of Dr Li Wenliang. We all need to celebrate work that he did” on the virus. In a posting on social media, Li alerted fellow doctors Dec. 30 about the emergence of a SARS-like illness, warning them to wear protective clothing to avoid infection, the newspaper said. Wuhan is the epicenter of the coronavirus that has claimed 636 lives among more than 30,877 cases. The fatality rate is 2.1 percent; that compares to 9.6 percent for the SARS virus that created similar concern around the globe in 2002. Four days later, Li was summoned by security police and forced to sign a letter that accused him of "making false comments" that had "severely disturbed the social order," according to the BBC. Police said he was one of eight people under investigation for "spreading rumors," the BBC reported. Authorities later apologized to Li, who became a national hero as a whistleblower as the illness spread. The chief epidemiologist at the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention told the editor of the state-owned Global Times that China should praise the eight Wuhan whistleblowers. "They were wise before the outbreak," though any judgment needs to be backed by scientific evidence, Zeng Guang said. 2,886 people are talking about this From his hospital bed, Li broke his police-imposed silence in late January, telling The New York Times in an interview by text message, “If the officials had disclosed information about the epidemic earlier, I think it would have been a lot better. There should be more openness and transparency.” Commentary on the social media account of the Supreme People's Court criticized the police for their actions, saying that although the initial reports by Li and others about a possible SARS outbreak were wrong, they were a useful alert that should have been allowed: "If the public listened to this 'rumor' at that time and adopted measures such as wearing a mask, strict disinfection and avoiding going to the wildlife market based on the panic about SARS, this may be a better way for us to prevent and control new pneumonia today." Contributing: The Associated Press
  21. cryptocurrency fund Virus Cases Explode On Quarantined Cruise Ship In Japan As China Claims Number Of Sick Is Shrinking by Tyler Durden Thu, 02/06/2020 - 19:36 0 SHARES TwitterFacebookRedditEmailPrint Summary: Total cases stand at 31,439 as death toll climbs to 639 China claims the growth in people under medical observation has peaked, and is now slowing. Japan reports 41 additional cases, for a total of 61 aboard the quarantined cruise ship Senior CCP official orders Wuhan to round up infected residents for mass quarantine camps Beijing completes second coronavirus hospital in Wuhan Wuhan hospital confirms that doctor who was one of first to warn about virus died on Thursday Economists warn China faces difficult dilemma in deciding when workers should return to work Taiwan halts visas for citizens of Macau and Hong Kong Germany confirms 13th case 2 suspected cases found in South Africa Dubai reports 3rd death outside China * * * Update (1955ET): Just when you thought it was safe to buy the f**king record high melt-up, TBS News reports that Japanese authorities have found another 42 people on the Diamond Princess cruise ship anchored in Yokohama have tested positive for Coronavirus. 296 people are talking about this Japan says 273 people on the cruise ship were tested and 61 were found positive, and the 41 new patients have been sent to hospitals in 5 separate prefectures. * * * Update (1925ET): China has just released its latest "official" data on the coronavirus, and just as we had suspected (given the precipitous slowdown from exponential growth yesterday), the acceleration has now 'officially' ended with 185,555 people under medical observation today, DOWN 309 from the 186,354 the prior day. Mission Accomplished? Bear in mind that the average increase for all prior days was 17,159. Of course, the number of cases and deaths is still increasing with 637 dead in China and 31,161 cases. We wonder if the almost nationwide lockdown and policy shift to remaining in your home unless "severely" ill was the factor behind the slowdown in people receiving medical attention? Or whether it is a miracle that no 'expert' saw coming... apart from The WHO who all along claimed the "extreme measures" by China were "breathtaking." * * * Update (1615ET): A senior Chinese official has ordered Wuhan authorities to immediately round up all residents infected with the novel coronavirus and place them in isolation, quarantine camps, or designated hospitals, according to the New York Times. Inside the exhibition center in Wuhan that now serves as a hospital.Credit...Chinatopix, via Associated Press City investigators have also been ordered to go to each home and check the temperature of every resident, as well as conduct interviews with infected patients' close contacts. "Set up a 24-hour duty system. During these wartime conditions, there must be no deserters, or they will be nailed to the pillar of historical shame forever," said Sun Chunlan, a vice premier in charge of leading the CCP's response to the outbreak. * * * Update (1440ET): Dubai just reported that a woman from the Philippines has died in the UAE. In response, the UAE has suspended flights to China except to Beijing. The Manila Times reported the death, citing the Philippines' labor secretary. The virus's global death toll has climbed to 568. The victim was identified as Amalia Collado Dapronoza, 58. Her death comes as 178 other patients remain under observation in the tiny Gulf kingdom. The Philippines is one of several countries planning to rescue its citizens from Wuhan, and a group of 45 filipinos from Wuhan are set to return to the Philippines on Feb. 9. In Hong Kong, 3,600 people were preparing to spend a second night confined aboard the World Dream as authorities test everyone aboard after eight passengers caught the virus. Health officials in the financial hub said they were also asking some 5,000 Hong Kongers who had traveled on the ship since mid-January to contact them. We mentioned earlier that Beijing had finished building the second of two coronavirus hospitals built in Wuhan over the past week and a half. Well, here's a cool time-lapsed video of its construction: See Taylor Umlauf's other Tweets * * * Update (1230ET): Beijing has finished construction on the second coronavirus hospital in Wuhan - so hopefully more of the desperate patients stuck dying in their homes might soon have a bed at a public facility where their treatment can be overseen by doctors. Chinese state media said the Leishenshan hospital, which will join the Huoshenshan hospital that opened Monday, will provide 1,600 beds and be staffed by 2,000 medical personnel. The project took roughly ten days. As we reminded readers earlier, the WHO appears to have gladly taken up the task of backing up Beijing's propaganda. But on Thursday, it confirmed a bit of bad news, saying that the doctor who was punished for his early warnings about the outbreak had succumbed to the virus. Now, Wuhan Central Hospital is denying that Li Wenliang, one of eight doctors who was punished by local police for his warnings, has died. Instead, they said he was alive, but in critical condition, according to SCMP. Li, 34, an ophthalmologist at the Wuhan Central Hospital, was found to be infected with coronavirus on Saturday. With Citadel's Ken Griffin becoming the latest to warn about supply chain disruptions related to the virus, Beijing is facing a difficult choice when it comes to deciding when workers should return to their desks or assembly lines. In a separate SCMP story, economist Lu Zhengwei said allowing the workforce to return to their jobs was crucial both for supporting the economy and ultimately ending the epidemic. Meanwhile, a handful of new deaths have been confirmed by the SCMP: As the death toll climbs, doctors told the NYT that the number of deaths and cases are likely being undercounted. As we reported below, there have been many anecdotal reports about sick people being turned away by hospitals in Wuhan. Advisory firm Oxford Economics has lowered its growth outlook for China to 5.4% in 2020, down from 6%, and Goldman analysts believe the outbreak will ultimately shave 2 percentage points off global GDP by the time it's all said and done. Earlier, Taiwan halted visas for citizens of Hong Kong and Macau, saying on Thursday that it would suspend its online and landing visa services indefinitely for Hong Kong and Macau citizens, while non-citizens of Hong Kong and Macau with a history of travel to mainland China, Hong Kong or Macau would also be barred from visiting Taiwan. These measures will no doubt further infuriate Beijing, which has lashed out against "fearmongering" abroad. "Beginning [midnight Thursday], we will suspend online and landing visa application services" until further notice, announced Chiu Chui-cheng, vice-chairman of Taiwan’s Mainland Affairs Council, which sets the island’s policies towards mainland China. They're also temporarily banning cruise ships from docking - can't say we blame them. More suspected cases of the virus have been discovered in Africa, though none have been confirmed yet. Still, African health officials have been scrambling to brace for outbreaks; they're hoping to suppress the virus before the outbreaks can overwhelm their fragile health systems, according to News24. In other news, Germany has confirmed its 13th coronavirus case, a case we imagine will also be found to be a human-to-human infection. * * * Update (1100ET): Is this the WHO's "Mission Accomplished?" During a press conference in Switzerland Thursday evening, Dr. Tedros, the WHO's director-general, thanked the Gates Foundation (which committed $100 million) and Japan (which contributed $10 million) for answering the organization's call for more funding to help suppress the coronavirus outbreak that has now claimed more than 560 lives, mostly in China. He also claimed that the number of new and suspected cases is finally starting to slow, a sign that the outbreak could be subsiding, and that the China-led response has been a success. Though researchers have already mapped the virus's DNA and are already working on a remedy, there is still a lot we don't know about the virus, Dr. Tedros said. We don't know where it came from (though there are theories) and we don't 100% understand how it spreads. There are also many tools we don't have, like a vaccine, that will hopefully soon be developed. In effect, "we're shadow-boxing with the virus," Dr. Tedros said. "We need to bring it into the light." The organization continued to sidestep questions about China's censorship and its initial reluctance to share information about the outbreak with the international community. Responding to a reporter's question, the WHO rep confirmed that the doctor who was one of the first to detect the virus before being ignored and eventually sickened has now died. Dr. Li Wenliang, the Chinese whistleblower doctor who warned the public about the outbreak back in December, succumbed to the virus in Wuhan on Thursday, the WHO said. * * * Thousands of athletes around the world breathed a sigh of relief on Thursday when Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe confirmed that the Summer Olympics in Tokyo won't be delayed. Then again, if the outbreak continues to worsen in Japan and the broader region, who is going to want to come if they don't feel safe? As the second week of global pandemic panic comes to a close, China, increasingly frustrated that their ruse with the WHO didn't manage to calm the international community, again registered its "strong objections" to the growing number of travel bans directed at its citizens. NEVER MISS THE NEWS THAT MATTERS MOST ZEROHEDGE DIRECTLY TO YOUR INBOX Receive a daily recap featuring a curated list of must-read stories. The warning followed a decision by Taiwan's health authority to ban all international cruise ships from docking at the island from Thursday as the number of suspected outbreaks aboard cruise ships grows. The global death toll has ticked higher, reaching 566 overnight, while the total number of confirmed cases has broken above 28,000 to 28,384. More than a dozen countries have imposed some kind of restriction on foreigners who have recently visited China. Within China, images of police clad in hazmat suites and touting infrared thermometers have become frighteningly common. Many airlines cancelled passenger routes to China, and some are extending those cancellations out to March or April. But while Beijing tries to spin the narrative to accuse other countries of racism, some brave journalists have shared the stories of families brave - or foolish - enough to speak out against the regime. One resident of Wuhan who has been stuck in the city since the quarantine told the BBC that his uncle died in a quarantine because of supply shortages. The image of life in Wuhan is every bit as bad as the most chilling conspiracies would have you believe. Beijing, which just announced a spate of new treatment-related projects in Wuhan and the surrounding area, seemingly can't get beds online fast enough. Because the government is literally condemns some elderly patients to die in their homes. Many are saying that if they knew authorities would lock down Wuhan last week, they would have left for the holiday earlier. In news from outside China, Indonesia is reportedly planning to build a quarantine center on an uninhabited island to isolate coronavirus victims, even though Indonesia has yet to record a single case of the virus, though 243 have been quarantined on the island of Natuna. Across the globe, health officials are racing to develop treatments and testing methods for the virus. Wuhan, ground zero of the outbreak, opened an emergency test laboratory on Wednesday to begin human trials. Over in Hong Kong, a top public health official has declared a community outbreak, according to the SCMP. A day after the city government revealed that it would impose a mandatory 14-day quarantine on anybody crossing into Hong Kong from China, the city government has provided some more details on how it will combat the crisis. Most of the new cases in the city are being caused by human-to-human transmission. Six people have been diagnosed with the coronavirus over the past few days, five of whom had not left the city recently. Of the 21 cases in total, eight are believed to have no travel history relevant to the coronavirus. Circling back to the mainland, local authorities in the city of Tianjin announced on Thursday that it would ban the exit and entry of its villages and compounds, becoming the latest city to essentially quarantine its entire population. Over in Wuhan, authorities are now demanding that all residents report their temperatures at least once per day. So, that's 60+ million people under quarantine in China. And though the pace of new cases in the country has slowed slightly, the virus is accelerating, especially in Asia.
  22. Wuhan Institute Of Virology And Chinese Army Submit Patent For Gilead Anti-Ebola Drug To Fight Coronavirus by Tyler Durden Thu, 02/06/2020 - 17:35 Amid growing speculation that nCoV-2019, aka novel coronavirus, aka the virus behind the Wuhan Coronavirus epidemic, was developed in a lab (and not just any lab, but the BSL-4 rated "biological weapons" grade Wuhan Institute of Virology, located in... well, Wuhan) which was then released accidentally (or not) among the broader population - a thesis which China's official press is scrambling to refute even as more supportive evidence emerges by the day - we would like to point out that earlier this week, the Wuhan Institute of Virology, which as Nature in 2017 said studies the "world's most dangerous pathogens", has jointly with the Military Medicine Institute of the People’s Liberation Army Academy of Military Science, i.e. with China's Army, applied to patent the use of Gilead Sciences’ remdesivir to treat the current coronavirus outbreak. The company has partnered with Chinese health authorities to run a Phase III clinical trial to assess remdesivir for treatment of the virus. The drug was originally developed to treat the Ebola virus, but wasn’t effective. According to preclinical assays the drug might be effective against the coronavirus, 2019-nCoV, as was published in the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM). The drug was given to a U.S. patient for compassionate use on day seven of the disease and their condition improved on day eight. The new clinical trial of an anti-Ebola drug to fight Coronavirus, will be conducted at Friendship Hospital in Beijing, China. The trial will enroll 270 patients with mild and moderate pneumonia caused by the virus. “Gilead is working closely with global health authorities to respond to the novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) outbreak through the appropriate experimental use of our investigational compound remdesivir. While there are no antiviral data for remdesivir that show activity against 2019-nCoV at this time, available data in other coronaviruses give us hope,” the company stated. The Wuhan Institute submitted the patent application jointly with the Military Medicine Institute of the People’s Liberation Army Academy of Military Science. Researchers with both organizations noted in a paper published in Nature’s Cell Research this week that both remdesivir and chloroquine, used to treat malaria, may be effective in stalling the coronavirus. That said, "even if the Wuhan Institute’s application gets authorized, the role is very limited because Gilead still owns the fundamental patent of the drug,” said Zhao Youbin, a Shanghai-based intellectual property attorney at Purplevine IP Service Co. “Any exploitation of the patent must seek approval from Gilead." The Wuhan Institute indicated it filed the patent application on January 21 - days before China started officially releasing case information to the public, prompting questions how the Institute was so well prepared and knew just what the appropriate treatment against Coronavirus may be, but also noted it would temporarily drop the patent claims if it had the opportunity to collaborate with foreign biopharma companies to battle the epidemic. Despite the recent breakout of market euphoria, where traders are now convinced that containing the pandemic is just a matter of time, the World Health Organization (WHO), however, is trying to downplay media reports of any drug breakthroughs against the outbreak, stating there are “no known” drugs against the virus. “There are no known effective therapeutics against this 2019-nCoV and WHO recommends enrollment into a randomized controlled trial to test efficacy and safety,” the organization stated today. “A master global clinical trial protocol for research and prioritization of therapeutics is ongoing at the WHO.” Receive a daily recap featuring a curated list of must-read stories. Gilead’s remdesivir is an experimental drug that isn’t licensed or approved anywhere in the world. It is being rushed into clinical trials in China. Gilead’s chief medical officer, Merdad Parsey, told Bloomberg that the drug could enter clinical trials in China as early as next week in patients with moderate and severe symptoms. China can manufacture chloroquine and currently wants access to remdesivir. Bloomberg points out that the country’s decision to seek a patent “instead of invoking the heavy-handed ‘compulsory license’ option that lets nations override drug patents in national emergencies, underscores the delicate balancing act before China as it signals commitment toward intellectual property rights alongside curbing the virus outbreak.” “The fact that they have applied for a patent means there’s growing awareness about this in the country,” said Wang Yanhu, a senior partner at Albright Law Offices in Beijing. “The government is compelled to avoid using the compulsory license because it has been making efforts to show China respects intellectual property rights and the abuse of compulsory licensing will draw international criticism.” Gilead is presently shipping enough doses of the drug to China to treat 500 patients and is increasing its supply in case the clinical trials are effective.
  23. Find out the cost of living for a family in Baghdad money and business Economy News _ Baghdad A report published on the "Numbeo" website, which deals with the standard of living of the countries of the world, revealed that the monthly cost of living for a family in Baghdad exceeds two million and 250 thousand dinars per month. The report said, according to the latest update in February, that "the monthly cost of living in Baghdad for a family of four people in Baghdad and without counting the rent amounts to an average of two million and 253 thousand dinars." He added, "The cost of living per person per month in Baghdad without rent amounts to 675 thousand and 142 dinars." The report pointed out that "the family of four people spends 343 thousand 676 dinars per month on restaurants, while they spend 127 thousand and 585 dinars on the space," noting that "the family spends 711 thousand and 229 dinars per month on food at home." The report stated that "drinking at home costs 54 thousand and 859 dinars per month, while family expenses on transportation means 142 thousand and 800 dinars per month, and the family spends a month on leisure and sports at an amount of 294 thousand 941 dinars, while it spends monthly on services from electricity and water 250 thousand 661 dinars. " He pointed out that "the family reaches its monthly expenses on clothes and shoes amounting to 89 thousand and 523 dinars, while the family expenses on other services per month of household and electronic supplies amount to 238 thousand and 353 dinars." Number of views 326 Add Date 02/06/2020
  24. Corona and the general budget for 2020 Expectations for international organizations concerned with the movement of oil production and marketing indicate that oil prices during the first quarter of 2020 will be around ($ 53 / barrel) and in the second quarter ($ 50 / barrel) and in the third quarter ($ 54 / barrel) and this means that the price rates will range between ( $ 50‐55 a barrel. The reason for the low prices comes to the effects of the spread of Corona virus in China, which forced it to reduce its oil imports by three million barrels per day, in addition to the decrease in the quantities of oil marketed to the countries of the world due to the decrease in air and maritime transport for the purposes of commercial exchange and tourism activity. Also, OPEC will meet this month an extraordinary meeting to study the reduction of production between 50000010000 bpd daily. So what is the relationship of Corona Virus B with the Iraq budget for 2020? The economic and political conditions that Iraq is going through and that have had a clear impact on the delay in the implementation of the planned plans, program and development projects planned in its budget for 2020 that the Cabinet did not send to the House of Representatives for the purpose of discussing and approving it yet due to the government's resignation and the nomination of a new Prime Minister in Current complicated and intertwined conditions framed by the political attraction of the blocs and the demands of the popular movement, in addition to the accumulations of previous years in chaos, poor planning, loss of methodology in the conduct of economic affairs and mismanagement of public funds. Everyone knows that the Iraqi economy depends mainly on oil imports, and that the estimates for the price in the 2020 budget are around $ 53 / barrel, and the budget deficit has been estimated at about 48 trillion dinars, while the expected price indicators for oil confirm that Iraq will not be able to sell its oil according to the expected prices during the year 2020 by more From $ 43 a barrel, which will raise the deficit to the limits of 70 trillion dinars, which confuses and complicates the task of the next government in fully controlling the conduct of the economy. We believe that the situation will continue in this way and without solutions to the outstanding problems and obstacles. We believe that one of the first economic tasks of the interim government is to review the allocations of oil revenues in light of the expected new price rates and the quantities expected to be produced and exported. Setting realistic plans to develop other productive sectors to cover the deficit in non-oil revenue and reduce expenditures through reconsideration and reduce operational allocations, in particular allocations, wages, salaries, allocations and rewards of the three presidencies and the House of Representatives and independent bodies and special degrees and rationalization of ministries to only 15 ministries and the development and stimulation of the private industrial, agricultural and banking sector And tourism in order to establish the employment of unemployed graduates and skilled and unskilled workers. The important thing is to complete the budget preparation and approval by the House of Representatives before the end of the first quarter of the year.
  25. Attorney: FBI had been lying about the murder of Seth Rich 43,839 views •Feb 6, 2020 4.8K8SHARESAVE
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