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Tuesday, September 30

Adams challenges Robinson claim over timeframe for devolution: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Stormont deadlock 'very serious': BBC

Sinn Fein is still fighting a war: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Hard-Right's bid to out Shinners; coup to dump Stormont: (from the Irish News)
John Coulter

Stalemate has to be resolved: Irish News
Editorial

Cameron admits UUP difficulties: BBC
Mark Devenport

Adams in fresh appeal to meet Orange Order: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan McCambridge

The "submarine" in the Northern Ireland peace process: Trinity News

Gang in £26.5m robbery 'very cold', says witness: The Irish Times

Ward case as thin as a Free P. elder's smile: Belfast Media (Sep 26)

McIlveen accused 'changed sides': BBC

Recruiting MI6 secret agents on Facebook: Irish News

Fury as feud murder charges dropped: Belfast Telegraph (Sep 25)
Deborah McAleese

Many questions over Devlin case: Irish News (Sep 26)
Editorial

Town freedom for minister blocked: BBC

President to make keynote speech in Derry: The Irish Times

Sabbath games 'will drive out Christians': The News Letter

John Reid slams Rangers fans' 'racist' song: Belfast Telegraph
Ben Rumsby

Monday, September 29

Robinson and McGuinness to meet over deadlock: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Greens warn of return to conflict: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Blaney to bring unionists in from cold: Sunday Tribune (Sep 28)
Conor McMorrow

Adams directs call for truth commission to republicans: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Documentary on Maze escape foiled by levity of tone: The Irish Times
Ann Marie Hourihane

Tories will fight for seats in NI: BBC

'UUP could gain UK Cabinet post': The Herald

Report that highlights border fears: The News Letter (Sep 25)
Editorial

Did you hear the one about the North?: Sunday Tribune (Sep 28)
Martin Frawley

Ulster Unionist support 'very much there' reflects Johnston: Impartial Reporter (Sep 25)

1983 – the anger and the pride: Belfast Media
Des Wilson

Taser guns 'weapons of torture': BBC (Sep 25)

Mystery as Ulster-Scots show pulled by TV chiefs: The News Letter (Sep 25)

Crunch marks the end of the free lunches: (from the Sunday Times, Sep 28)
Liam Clarke

Canada's Irish Spirit: Irish Voice/IrishAbroad.com
Niall O'Dowd

Irish is child's play: Irish Independent

Lord Trimble accuses Salmond of 'winding up unionists' in independence quest: The Scotsman

Diplomat warns of US 'horror' over Scottish independence: The Scotsman (Sep 27)
Hamish Macdonell

Sunday, September 28

Stormont leaders pledge to work together: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Lack of leadership in these hard times: Belfast Media
Fred Cobain

DUP face problem with partnership: BBC

Policing powers will be devolved – Robinson: The News Letter

Gerry's Maze escape brings home his past to unionists: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

TUV man condemns 'personal attacks': The News Letter

Revived IRA 'was behind expulsion of drug dealers': Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Old enemies smuggle fuel together: BBC (Sep 26)
Mark Simpson

UVF death threat for McCord: UTV Internet

Punish bad art with the same ferocity as bad behaviour: Guardian.co.uk

Shinners on the shankill: Belfast Media
Ciarán Barnes

The absurbity of a PSNI sectarian listening lunch: Irish News (Sep 25)
Newton Emerson

SF Adams wrote to Orange Order: BBC
Gareth Gordon

Sinn Fein councillor slams Orangemen toilets: Belfast Telegraph
Victor Gordon

Order condemns GAA club attack: The News Letter

Civil rights? Not in local housing: Belfast Media
Editorial

Purvis dismisses Truth Commission: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

PM's Libya stance branded a 'disgrace': The News Letter

Claim of sectarian taunts at bus station: The News Letter

Man changes plea in Gerard Devlin killing: Belfast Media

€1.5m tax bill for IRA man: The Sunday Times
John Mooney

GAA has work to do, says DUP: The News Letter (Sep 25)

68 simple words would end 307 years of Catholic hurt: Scotland on Sunday
Gerald Warner

UK monarchy law blatantly sectarian: Irish News (Sep 26)
Editorial

A Prisoner's Right: Hartford Courant
Arthur Caplan

Saturday, September 27

Scottish summit eases Northern Ireland tensions: The Herald
Robbie Dinwoodie

North leaders in new pledge to push ahead with meetings: Irish Independent
Andy Philip and Joe Quinn

Robinson will not be 'bullied' on policing: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Leaders hope executive will meet: BBC

Far from plain sailing at Stormont: BBC
Jim Fitzpatrick

Cowen says North-South meeting likely to proceed: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Why MLAs simply have to get real: Belfast Telegraph
Laurence White

It can be as easy to build bridges as walls: Irish News
Fergal Hallahan

Withdrawal from award 'is belated': The News Letter

Former police chief in PUP talk: The News Letter

Campbell condemns GAA fire attack: BBC

We didn't mar Tyrone homecoming – PSNI: The News Letter

Sinn Fein condemn soldiers' school visit: The News Letter

Head defends navy's school visit: BBC

Bid to get phone-tap recordings: Irish News

Judge in Stone trial reserves his judgment: The News Letter

Banker 'unaware' of shift partner: BBC

Most believe Protestants ethnically cleansed in border areas: Irish News
Claire Simpson

Older residents near Border face added problems – study: The Irish Times
Steven Carroll

In principle it's right to let a Catholic ascend the throne, but it's a move that could easily backfire: The Guardian (Sep 26)
Alexander Chancellor

Plan to end ban on Catholic monarchs 'sad' says Order: Irish News
Diana Rusk

INLA and dissident prisoners fight in Portlaoise: Irish News
Barry McCaffrey

Celtic tiger more like a neutered tom these days: The Age (Melbourne)
Paola Totaro

Friday, September 26

British-Irish meeting set to get green light: The News Letter

Paisley rebukes Ahern over stance on devolution of policing: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Stormont justice meeting now off: BBC

Allister tells Lisburn meeting it's time to end Belfast Agreement: Ulster Star
Neil Greenlees

What Durkan is actually saying about sharing power at Stormont: Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn McCann

SDLP must stop selling nationalist rights: Irish News
Jim Gibney

Unionist outrage at IRA documentary not met met by actions: The News Letter
David Vance

Ex-Maze officer's disgust over BBC film: Belfast Telegraph
Emily Moulton

Maze officers' bravery on day of jailbreak: The News Letter

Gerry Adams in call for truth commission: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

A tongue-twister of a dispute: The Economist

Poll win attracts new members: The News Letter

SDLP the biggest losers in 2008: Impartial Reporter

DUP man's home in arson attack: BBC

'Security defects' at raid bank: BBC

O'Hagan murder – Two released: UTV Internet

Man tells of his sister's horrific bomb death in Omagh: The Irish Times

Youths picked on 'for being Catholics': The Irish Times
Mikey Donnelly

Education urged to stem new wave of sectarianism: The Irish Times
Steve Carroll

Young Protestants reject segregation: Irish Independent
John Cooney

Border Protestants' view of difficult times: Impartial Reporter

Election of Bobby Sands 'still bitter legacy for Border Protestants': The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Sands death a defining moment for McVeigh: Impartial Reporter

Fostering success: The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell

Constitutional experts rally behind proposals to revoke 300-year-old ban on Catholic monarchs: The Guardian
Stephen Bates, Afua Hirsch and Severin Carrell

Thursday, September 25

Robinson-McGuinness 'may' attend BIC meeting: The News Letter

Slow-down as Shinners set the work pace: Belfast Telegraph
Pól Ó Muirí

McNarry wasn't sacked, says UUP leader: The News Letter

Army council 'no issue' – Ahern: BBC

Why has it all gone quiet on polls front?: The News Letter
N R Greer

DUP 'will get behind' devolution of policing: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Unionist autonomy from Britain is an illusion: Irish News
Brian Feeney

Film 'shows time not right' for transfer of policing and justice: Irish News
Diana Rusk

Why there's no escaping Kelly's actions: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Prison TV documentary hit raw nerve: The News Letter
Editorial

End of the Anglican crown – 300 year bar to be lifted: The Guardian
Patrick Wintour

Omagh civil trial to call suspect's ex-wife: The Irish Times
Alan Erwin

Witness at Omagh trial links seven plots in Britain to Real IRA: Irish News

Attack on Ballywillwill Orange Hall is blasted: Down Democrat
Joanne Crozier

Stone denies 'unfinished business' with SF: Belfast Telegraph
Paul Higgins

Bombs may be art Stone trial told: BBC

Manager relives day of Bank raid: UTV Internet

Court hears 'sectarian fights' organised in run-up to killing: Irish News
Maeve Connolly

Man charged with journalist's murder: RTE

Faith-based education 'favoured by parents': Irish News

Dems take swipe at McCain's big day: Irish Echo
Susan Garraty

McCain forum show makes party history: Irish News
Ray O'Hanlon

Hunt for ex-Eta terrorist Jose Ignacio de Juana Chaos after IRA link: The Times
David Sharrock

Wednesday, September 24

Durkan warns against vetoes: Irish News
William Graham

Adams under fire over trip: The News Letter

People don't think time is right for policing move: The News Letter
Liam Clarke

DUP has decided to pander to its bigots: Irish News
Susan McKay

Petty squabbling needs to stop: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Mayor's home attacked eight times: UTV Internet

Unionists and SDLP welcome McCain's special envoy pledge: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Both camps court Irish-American vote: Scranton Times-Tribune
David Singleton

Bombs found in district: Newry Democrat

Flags raised with Chief Constable: Belfast Media

Only thing that this quango is combating is the truth: Irish Independent
Kevin Myers

Orde to provide Jordan killing files to coroner: Belfast Media
Áine McEntee

Northern Bank robbery took place at 'peak time': The News Letter

Let my family have my body – Northern raid hostage plea: Belfast Telegraph
Michael Donnelly and Ashleigh McDonald

Michael McIlveen 'kicked 60 times': Irish News
Maeve Connolly

Boy denies framing murder accused: BBC

Michael Stone 'did not intend to murder anyone': Belfast Telegraph
Paul Higgins

Stone trial hears of Livingstone murder attempt: The News Letter

Latest arrest over O'Hagan murder: BBC

Sports Minister to consider GAA event: The News Letter

Furore over Gregory Campbell GAA Tyrone comments: Belfast Telegraph

Seeing red on green postboxes: Derry Journal (Sep 16)

DUP says Maze film was platform for republican boasting: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Tuesday, September 23

SF and DUP take devolution row to Labour conference: The Irish Times
Frank Millar

DUP and SF admit crisis ahead: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

No transfer without change – Ford: The News Letter

Executive must get back to business: The News Letter
Editorial

IRA arms 'taken before 2005 decommissioning': The News Letter

Dissident threat 'highest in years': The News Letter

General to meet loyalists on arms issues: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

SDLP 'will reshape Irish politics' to meet needs of new century: Irish News
William Graham

Seeking scapegoats won't solve problems: Irish News
Roy Garland

Stone claims Stormont raid was 'art': The Independent
David McKittrick

Handshakes can begin at school: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Publish safety report on riot, MLA urges Sir Hugh: The News Letter

Secret service in dock over Omagh: (from the Sunday Times, Sep 21)
Liam Clarke

Cowen urged to act on Omagh: Sunday Tribune (Sep 21)
Suzanne Breen

Hostage thought she would die, court told: The Irish Times

Murdered boy hit 'over 60 times': BBC

Soldiers from South to join Belfast parade: Belfast Telegraph

Border allowances 'no longer justifiable': Irish Examiner
Mary Regan

Rangers fans 'Famine song' defended: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne Henry

In Fight for Irish Votes, a McCain Stance Is Questioned: New York Sun
Russell Berman

McCain hails 'inspirational' NI: BBC

McCain reaches out to Irish-Americans: Pittsburgh Post Gazette
Tom Barnes

Monday, September 22

Stormont must meet warns Woodward: UTV Internet

Ford says devolution of justice premature: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Northern Ireland devolution 'complete within a year': Guardian.co.uk
Deborah Summers

Leader raises core doubt about basis of allocating ministries in Executive: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Sinn Fein and DUP playing an irresponsible game: Irish Independent
Maurice Hayes

North losing out because of 'daily battles' in Executive: The Irish Times
Niall Dumigan

Attempted bomb attacks reckless: Irish News (Sep 19)
Editorial

Raymond tells of latest death threats: Belfast Media (Sep 19)
Áine McEntee

Relatives of Omagh victims angry over Dublin 'silence': Sunday Tribune (Sep 21)
Suzanne Breen

'They were worthless in the eyes of the state': Sunday Tribune (Sep 21)
Suzanne Breen

Ex-prisoners' issues raised at Assembly: Derry Journal (Sep 19)

Witness to killing 'under death threat': Irish News (Sep 19)
Diana Rusk

'Secure your vote' – McCartney: Derry Journal

Minister to get freedom of city: Irish News (Sep 17)

Row brews over plan to honour cleric: Belfast Telegraph (Sep 19)

Shortage of words in fantasy language: Irish News (Sep 17)
Brian Feeney

'Jobs for the boys' row at Stormont: Derry Journal (Sep 19)

Priest writes of 'love and hurt' at being moved from Ardoyne: Irish News
Marie Louise McCrory

GAA used 'as hate figure', says SDLP: Sunday Tribune (Sep 21)
Terry McLaughlin

Time for Martin Bain to speak out about the sectarian chants of Rangers' fans: The Times
Graham Spiers

Sunday, September 21

NI facing abyss warns Alliance leader: RTE

Sir Hugh is rapped for 'dabbling in politics': The News Letter

Human cost of segregation must be addressed – Ford: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Durkan defends party record: UTV Internet

If Brown falters now, everything is at risk: Irish News
James Kelly

Brown's first time in hot seat: Irish News
Newton Emerson

There's something odd going on: (from the Sunday Journal)
Eamonn McCann

I am not leader of RIRA says dissident republican: Irish News
Claire Simpson

Unionist family must work together – MP: The News Letter

Maginness to be SDLP candidate: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Parade facing ban over sectarian violence fears: Scotland on Sunday
David Leask

Gun attack – Child lucky to be alive: Belfast Media (Sep 19)
Ciarán Barnes

Trimble demands release of Omagh bomb recordings: Sunday Independent
Alan Murray

Omagh suspect was 'drowning sorrows' on night of bombing: Irish News

Omagh bombing inquiry must reveal the truth about GCHQ intercepts: Sunday Telegraph
John Ware

Documentary tells dramatic story of Maze prison break 25 years on: Irish News
Allison Morris

RUC dead to be remembered at service: The News Letter

Donaldson's house sold: Derry Journal

Irish flag appears at cottage where alleged IRA spy was shot: Sunday Independent

Sell-out for the Miami's return gig: Irish Independent (Sep 18)

Rangers song ban 'would hit at free speech': The Observer
Henry McDonald

Bobby Sands movie set for UK release: Belfast Telegraph
Simon Creer

Producers disavow actress's words: Toronto Globe and Mail
James Adams

New look: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Saturday, September 20

Government might join talks to break deadlock: Irish News
William Graham

Unionists boycott ministerial meeting: Irish Independent
Steven McCaffery

SF and SDLP trade recriminations as stand-off over Executive continues: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Call for an end to summer stalling: Belfast Media
Alasdair McDonnell

Deadlock's real losers will be poor: The News Letter
Editorial

DUP's Peter Robinson faces the toughest decision of his career: Belfast Media
Editorial

Result may focus minds: Irish News
Editorial

I still want to talk says loyalist chief: Belfast Telegraph
Emily Moulton

UDA leader sends open letter to nationalists: Irish News
Allison Morris

UDA 'brigadier' seen as a progressive loyalist figure: Irish News
Allison Morris

Call to end west Belfast attacks: BBC

Nationalists seek talks with PPS: Irish News
Barry McCaffrey

Orange hall attacked in Co Down: UTV Internet

Parades Commission given marching orders: Ballymena Times

Campaigner's son due in court: Irish News
Diana Rusk and Barry McCaffrey

Dissidents planned a renewed campaign spy tells Omagh trial: Irish News

Man arrested over O'Hagan murder: BBC

Stone application refused: UTV Internet

Orde fails to have files on shooting withheld: The Irish Times

Don't fix it … scrap it: Belfast Media

Legal bid to force Paisley jr to name officer: Irish News

Paisley Jnr defends riot officers' human rights: The News Letter

Obama pledges to appoint envoy: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Man needed stitches after sectarian assault: Derry Journal

Sectarian tensions kick-off: Ballymoney Times (Sep 17)

Former spy criticizes IRA involvement in film about his life: CBC

Tinny rig offensive says UUP: Irish News

Minister unlikely to visit Celtic after sectarian chanting of fans: The Times

Images issued over Lennon attack: BBC

Friday, September 19

Northern Ireland parties fail to avert crisis: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Sinn Fein left isolated at Stormont in stand-off with DUP over power-sharing: The Independent
David McKittrick

Commissioner delay unacceptable – SDLP: The News Letter

MLAs 'leaving dissident vacuum': BBC

North-South ministerial meeting called off: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Ford fails to rule out justice role: The News Letter

Executive has to turn on axis of partnership: Irish News
Jim Gibney

DUP Minister wins council byelection in Fermanagh: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan & Niall Dumigan

Fermanagh by-election – Robinson hails 'outstanding victory': The News Letter

When digging up the past only harms the future: The Independent
David McKittrick

Time to answer Omagh question: Irish Independent
Editorial

33-year-old arrested during weekend police operation: UTV Internet

Commission decision 'deeply flawed': Walker: Down Democrat
Joanne Crozier

Is it offence or intolerance?: Ulster Herald
Editorial

Republican commemorations within remit of clubs, GAA Ulster Council tells minister: Irish News
Diana Rusk and Barry McCaffrey

GAA club cancels peace events with 'UDA leader': Irish News
Allison Morris

Groundbreaking interface strategy to be welcomed: Belfast Media (Sep 15)
Editorial

Clerics' actions should be praised: Irish News
Editorial

Expert to give evidence in Stormont explosives trial: Belfast Telegraph

'Clear Stone of murder bid' call: BBC

Bank heist accused was 'bricking it' during raid: Belfast Telegraph
Ashleigh McDonald

£26.5m bank trial hears 999 call: BBC

1970s IRA conviction in Court of Appeal: Irish News

McCain for Scranton forum: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

McCain Was Wrong on Ireland: Irish Voice/IrishAbroad.com
Richard E. Neal

Miami men make Belfast comeback: BBC
Abigail Armstrong

Actor's IRA views rejected by producers: The Irish Times
Michael Dwyer

Thursday, September 18

Stormont set to stay deadlocked: BBC

SF holding out for timeframe on policing before Executive meets: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Stormont Executive meeting may be cancelled: RTE

Campbell warns of Stormont 'logjam': Derry Journal

Praise with warning in message from Brown: The News Letter

Question is can Robinson keep deal alive on his own: The Irish Times
Fionnuala O'Connor

Time for Executive to get back to business: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Brown might well have gone further: Irish News
Editorial

PSNI union backs policing devolution: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Slow off the Mark: Sunday Journal (Sep 14)
Mary Nelis

Britain to Reopen Probe of '98 N. Ireland Bombing: Washington Post
Mary Jordan

Gordon Brown announces review into Omagh bombing: Daily Telegraph
Tom Peterkin

Omagh families say phone tap review will come too late: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Omagh question that will not go away: BBC
Mark Simpson

Omagh families deserve truth: Irish News
Editorial

Allegations over Omagh defy belief: The News Letter
Editorial

'Do you support informer approaches?': Sunday Journal (Sep 14)

The sectarian thugs are back: Londonderry Sentinel

Intelligence 'controlled by former Special Branch men': Irish News
Barry McCaffrey

Stone stands trial for attempted attack on Sinn Fein leadership: Irish News

Make-up of new Ulster councils unveiled: The News Letter

Flag removed from fire station: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Rose McGowan out of line, 'Fifty' backers say: Hollywood Reporter
Stuart Kemp

Local priest travels to Ireland to promote peace: Las Vegas Sun
Jenny Davis

Vocations shortage – Change in faith blamed: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Wednesday, September 17

PM urges Assembly to set date for devolved justice role: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Party not ruling out justice role: BBC

Survey shows population backs devolution: Belfast Telegraph

DUP rejects Brown's call for policing deadline: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Troubles 'could be returning': The News Letter

Quinn campaigner's son held after alert: Irish News
Rebecca Black

Probe into sectarian attacks on boys: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

Police vow sectarianism crackdown: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Family of bank heist accused tell court of their ordeal: Belfast Telegraph
Ashleigh McDonald

Northern Bank raid cash was hidden: UTV Internet

Government resists calls for Omagh bomb inquiry: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

'Release Omagh tapes for civil case': Belfast Telegraph
Lisa Smyth

Omagh families to get evidence: The Irish Times

Report queries HET's independence: BBC

Plans to organise in North off the agenda: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Two charged with murder of journalist: Irish Independent
Chris Anderson

Unionists see red in Tyrone flags fever: Derry Journal

Men injured in house gun attack: BBC

Minister in call to end IRA tributes at grounds: Irish News

Hope for future on the peaceline: Belfast Media
Roisin McManus

Future lies in all-Ireland economy: Belfast Media

'Stormont squabbles will harm inward investment': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam and Sam Lister

A despicable Rose-tinted view of IRA: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

Tuesday, September 16

Dispute threatens Ulster executive: Financial Times
John Murray Brown

Brown to urge Sinn Féin and DUP to end stand-off: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

McGuinness seeks First Minister's backing: UTV Internet

Alarm over Stormont deadlock: The News Letter

Most people want powers returned: UTV Internet

Our future hard to see past all the scaffolding: Irish News
Tom Kelly

By-election is a glimpse at the big picture: The News Letter

DUP risks falling on its face as Minister is parachuted in for council byelection: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Enniskillen Analysis: The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

The taboo topics should be discussed: Irish News
Roy Garland

Four charged over reporter murder: BBC

Dissidents suspected over bomb in hedge: Belfast Telegraph
Ashleigh McDonald

MLAs condemn dissidents after bomb found concealed in hedge in Armagh: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

IRA 'knew of 100lb keg bomb': The News Letter

Dissident threat: The News Letter
Editorial

Families seek Omagh intelligence records: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Robbery trial hears hostages ordeal: UTV Internet

Victim's father murdered by loyalist Wright's gang: Irish News
Allison Morris

Moment a killer shopped himself: Sunday Life
Ciaran McGuigan

Miami reel in the years for charity: Irish News
AP Maginness

Irish Government raises Rangers 'famine' chant with Alex Salmond: Daily Telegraph
Simon Johnson and Roddy Forsyth

DUP minister breaking new ground by opening GAA pitch: Irish News
Brendan Breen

All-Ireland League plan scrapped: BBC

Unprincipled neutrality is neutering our defence forces: Irish Independent
Kevin Myers



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