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London Terrorist Attacks Clipreel: Part 10
Summary: Friends, Relative Of Suspect Comment
Story No: X01376
Source: APTN
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 07/13/2005 12:00 AM


UK Leeds 3

Friends, relative of suspect comment


Burley, Leeds

13. Wide of press

14. SOUNDBITE: (English) Greg Mulholland, Leeds North West MP:

"As you imagine the first feeling all of us felt was one of real shock, and we're now starting the process of coming to terms with the situation that we find ourselves in and that the name of the city of Leeds is going out across the world for all the wrong reasons and that's something we've got to deal with."

Beeston, Leeds

15. Wide exterior of Muslim community centre adjacent to church

16. Muslim community members outside centre

17. Pan from inter-faith community leaders to reporters

18. Leaders talking to press

19. SOUNDBITE: (English) Hanif Malik, Muslim Community leader:

"We as a community we would like to extend our deepest sympathies and prayers to the injured and the bereaved. We as British Muslims recognise that such outrages have no place in Islam or British society and totally condemn such acts and I quote from the Holy Koran: 'Whoever kills an individual person unjustly it is as if they have killed the whole of humanity'."

20. Wide of cameramen

21. Journalist taking notes

22. SOUNDBITE: (English) Hanif Malik, Muslim Community leader:

"I can honestly and genuinely say that we have never come across any radical elements whatsoever and we have always prided ourselves on the fact that this has been a city - the city of Leeds - that has a very multi-faith, multi-ethnic and very united response to any issues we faced in the past. That's not to say we are taking the ostrich approach and burying our head in the sand. Clearly there are issues in the Muslim community that do need to be tackled."

23. Press

24. Christian and Muslim clergy

25. Presser

26. SOUNDBITE: (English) Mohamed Iqbal, councillor for Hunslet:

"Everybody should learn from this, I think. What achievement has there been? There's been losses of lives from all sides. First of all the people who have died innocently in the London tube bombings and also the parents, you know, theirs sons have lost their lives, so what has been achieved? Nothing. It has damaged the community relations, I hope not, but there has been no achievement. So I can't see any reason why... it's a lesson for everybody to keep their eyes and ears open in the community."

Beeston, Leeds

27. Zoom to suspect's house

28. Various of police outside sealed-off residence

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Subjects: Islam, Religion, Social affairs
Locations: Leeds, England, United Kingdom, Western Europe, Europe
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UK G8 Reax
Summary: G8 leaders issue statement in wake of attacks
Story No: 455235
Source: POOL
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 07/07/2005 01:04 PM
People: Manmohan Singh, Tony Blair, Vladimir Putin


1. Wide of Gleneagles entrance

2. Wide of entrance

3. Leaders at podium (l-r) French President Jacques Chirac, German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder, Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin

4. Bush walking up to podium with Chirac

5. Sign on podium for G8 meeting at Gleneagles

6. Tony Blair speaking

7. SOUNDBITE (English) Tony Blair, UK Prime Minister:

"This is a statement on behalf of the G8 leaders, but also the leaders of the five countries that have joined us at this summit and this is our joint and united statement. (Cuts to mid shot) We condemn utterly these barbaric attacks. We send our profound condolences to the victims and their families. All of our countries have suffered from the impact of terrorism. Those responsible have no respect for human life. We are united in our resolve to confront and defeat this terrorism that is not an attack on one nation but on all nations and on civilised people everywhere. (Cuts to wide shot). We will not allow violence to change our societies or our values, nor will we allow it to stop the work of this summit. We will continue our deliberations in the interests of a better world. (Cuts to mid shot). Here at this summit, the world's leaders are striving to combat world poverty and save and improve human life. The perpetrators of today's attacks are intent on destroying human life. The terrorists will not succeed. Today's bombings will not weaken in any way our resolve to uphold the most deeply held principles of our societies and to defeat those who would impose their fanaticism and extremism on al of us. (Cuts to wide shot). We shall prevail and they shall not."

7. Mid shot of delegates watching Blair's speech

8. Wide of Blair and delegates leaving press area.


Before leaving for London, British Prime Minister Tony Blair read a statement on behalf of the G8 leaders meeting in Gleneagles, Scotland, condemning Thursday's attacks in the capital.

Describing the attacks as "barbaric", Blair said that he and the other leaders were resolute in their defiance against terrorism.

The British leader said that the blasts were an attack on all civilised societies.

He offered his condolences to victims of the attack and their families.

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Subjects: War and Unrest, Summits, Government and Politics, Terrorism, Armed conflicts, Military affairs, International relations, Summits, Terrorism, Accidents and Disasters, General News, Defense
People: Manmohan Singh, Tony Blair, Vladimir Putin
Locations: United Kingdom
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UK Edgware Rd 2
Summary: Scene outside Edgware Rd station; adds separate bomb scare
Story No: 455240
Source: APTN
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 07/07/2005 01:03 PM


1. Pull out from fire engines in Edgware Road

2. Traffic in street, pan to police and cordon

3. Ambulance arriving

4. Emergency workers outside station

5. Fire engines outside station

6. People behind cordon pan to fire engines

7. Entrance to station cordoned off

8. Fire engines

9. Police moving people on

10. Ambulance driving past

11. Mid shot police and traffic

12. Firemen and engines, pull out

13. People talking to policeman

14. Police on motorbikes

15. Pull out to fire engine

16. Various police and sniffer dogs

17. Injured being led to ambulance

18. Police

19. Water and other equipment being taken into building

20. Medical workers with injured person

21. SOUNDBITE (English) Travis, Australian who was on underground train:

"We got on the train and five seconds later a massive bang and everything went dark, smoke everywhere. It was obviously an explosion of some sort... don't know what it was."

22. Ambulance leaving scene

23. Police on Edgware Road

24. Police cars and vans on side road

25. Police officer with loud hailer

26. Police officer running with cordon tape

27. Unmarked police car

28. Various of police officers fixing cordon tape

29. Police officer giving instructions to public, UPSOUND (English) "It's not safe for you to stand here. For your own safety, walk away now, please."

30. Police vehicle and fire engine driving


Near simultaneous explosions rocked at least five London underground stations and ripped apart a double-decker bus during the morning rush hour on Thursday, police said.

Hospital officials told The Associated Press that one person was killed and 190 were injured.

Deputy Assistant Commissioner Brian Paddick said 150 were seriously hurt, a figure based on reports from the London Ambulance Service.

The explosions caused officials to shut down the entire bus and underground transport network.

They came a day after London was awarded the 2012 Olympics.

There are conflicting reports about the number of explosions across London.

Police said at least two people were killed in a series of six blasts.

However British Home Secretary Charles Clarke told London's House of Commons three explosions were on subway trains and the fourth was on a bus.

Germany's Der Spiegel news magazine said a group calling itself "Secret Organisation - al-Qaida in Europe" has posted a claim of responsibility for the blasts on a Web site popular with Islamic militants, which it didn't name.

It said the group claimed the explosions were in retaliation for Britain's involvement in Iraq and Afghanistan.

London police chief Ian Blair said authorities found indications of explosives at the scene of one of the blasts. He said there had been no warning.

Police said explosions were reported at the Aldgate station near the Liverpool Street railway terminal, Edgware Road and King's Cross in north London, Old Street in the financial district and Russell Square, near the British Museum.

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Subjects: Occupational Accidents, Workplace safety, Government bodies, Labor, Personnel, Occupational accidents, Workplace safety, Law enforcement, Business, Police, Corporate news, Government and Politics
Locations: United Kingdom
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London Terrorist Attacks Clipreel: Part 15
Summary: London Police Chief And Mayor Comment On Latest Attacks, Home Video Of Bomb Suspect Talking To Schoolchildren, Stills From London Bombing 7Th July
Story No: X01144
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 07/21/2005 12:00 PM


UK Presser

London police chief and mayor comment on latest attacks


1. Metropolitan Chief Commissioner Ian Blair, London Mayor Ken Livingston walking up on stage at press-conference

2. SOUNDBITE (English) Ian Blair, Metropolitan Chief Commissioner

3. SOUNDBITE (English) Ian Blair, Metropolitan Chief Commissioner

4.SOUNDBITE (English) Ian Blair, Metropolitan Chief Commissioner

5. SOUNDBITE (English) Ken Livingston, London Mayor

6. SOUNDBITE (English) Ian Blair, Metropolitan Chief Commissioner

7. Blair and Livingston leaving press-conference


UK Khan Video

Home video of bomb suspect talking to schoolchildren

APTN/BBC News(lib.ag.)




FILE: Tunstall Road community centre, Beeston, Leeds, northern England - 1998

1. Mohammad Sidique Khan role-playing with children

2. Khan interacting with children



ABC NEWS EXCLUSIVE - Stills from London bombing 7th July


1. Still: pan-up, nail-bomb x-ray

2. Still: zoom in, bomb device on floor

3. Still: zoom in, bottle device x-ray

4. Still: zoom in, tube carriage interior destroyed (unknown location)

5. Still: zoom in, Piccadilly Line carriage interior destroyed

6. Still: zoom in, tube carriage interior destroyed (unknown location)

7. Still: zoom in, x-ray of bomb container

8. Still: explosive device container

9. Still: pan-up, x-ray of nail bomb

10. Still: zoom in, unexploded device on floor

11. Still: pan-up, x-ray of nail bomb

12. Still: pan-left, long explosive devices

13. Still: zoom in, explosives

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Subjects: Police, Municipal governments, Bombings, Law enforcement agencies, Government and politics, Local governments, General news
Locations: London, United Kingdom, Leeds, England, Western Europe, Europe
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UK Investigation
Summary: Police say three arrested, forensics at Tavistock Square
Story No: 455570
Source: POOL, APTN
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 07/10/2005 04:00 AM



1. Forensic officers gathered at site of bus bombing

2. Forensic officers walking and searching the ground near site of bombing

3. Various of forensic officer examining items on ground


4. Officers enter news conference

5. SOUNDBITE (English) Brian Paddick, Metropolitan Police Deputy Assistant Commissioner

"Three people have been arrested under the Prevention of Terrorism Act at Heathrow airport. Those people are still detained. I'm being told that it is inappropriate and pure speculation at this stage to be drawing any direct linkages with the attacks in London, and at this stage we're not in a position to give any further information."

6. Mid shot news conference

7. SOUNDBITE (English) Brian Paddick, Metropolitan Police Deputy Assistant Commissioner

"We are urgently appealing to anyone who may have photographs, video footage or mobile phone images which were taken either immediately before the attack, at the time of the incidents, or immediately afterwards. These images may contain crucial information which would help detectives in this painstaking and complex inquiry. Please let us decide if the images you have are important. And I'd like to thank the public for their help and assistance."

8. Mid shot news conference

9. SOUNDBITE (English) Andy Trotter, Metropolitan Police Deputy Chief Constable

"London remains open for business. The emergency services, the police force, the security services are all working together to keep London safe. We've had success in the past of defeating terrorists and we will defeat these terrorists. They got through on this occasion. But we believe that with all the efforts of everyone involved, including Londoners, we can defeat the terrorists. By not coming to work, by London not being open for business, they will win and they're not going to win - no doubt about that whatsoever. We'll be playing our part. We'll redouble our efforts to keep London safe, but our message is: London is most clearly open for business."


10. Forensic officer searching through flower pots

11. Various of Forensic officers examining items on the ground

12. Forensic officers pushing a green bin away

13. Forensic officers searching ground near building scaffolding


14. Wide shot white tarpaulin screening off area

15. Truck being hitched to tow truck

16. Police motorcycle escort driving off

17. Policemen removing cordon tapes

18. Convoy of trucks removing vehicles from scene of bus bombing


British police say three people have been arrested at London's Heathrow Airport on Sunday under the country's anti-terrorism laws, but they say

it would be speculation to draw a link to the bombing attacks that killed 49 people and injured 700.

Deputy Assistant Commissioner Brian Paddick of the Metropolitan Police told a news conference that it would be "inappropriate and pure

speculation to draw any direct linkages to the attack in London."

Police said the three were arrested earlier on Sunday.

Authorities say they're fearful of more terrorist attacks in Britain until the people behind Thursday's bombings on the capital's transport network are


Investigators, meanwhile, continued to try to identify the attackers, poring over videotapes and photos and appealing for help from the public.

Paddick issued an appeal for videos, photos and cell phone images that might provide clues to the terrorists' identities, setting up a special e-mail address - images@met.police.uk.

"These images may contain crucial information which would help detectives in this painstaking and complex inquiry. Please let us decide if the images you have are important," Paddick said.

Police also reinforced the message that London remained open for business and that the terrorists wouldn't win.

Deputy Chief Constable Andy Trotter of the Metropolitan Police said: "By not coming to work, by London not being open for business, they will win and they're not going to win - no doubt about that whatsoever."

Meanwhile, forensic experts carried out finger-tip searches around the scene of the bus bombing in Tavistock Square as more vehicles caught up in the blast were removed from the site.

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Subjects: Consumer product technologies, Crime, Bombings, Accidents and Disasters, Terrorism, Arrests, Forensics, Mobile devices, Technology, General news, War and unrest, Law and order, Wireless technology, Information and communication technologies
Locations: United Kingdom
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UK Amateur Video 2
Summary: Bodies carried from Aldgate Station
Story No: 455288
Source: BenL (Lib.Ag)
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 07/07/2005 08:29 AM

A string of rush-hour explosions tore into at least three London underground trains and a double-decker bus on Thursday, killing at least 37 people and injuring 700.

The worst attack on London since World War II came just a day after an overjoyed city celebrated its successful bid to hold the 2012 Olympics.

Aldgate, in East London, is close to the site where London's main Olympic facilities will be built.

Streets echoed with sirens as the emergency services rushed to get the injured to hospital.

Two dead bodies were also removed from the station.

The Royal London Hospital, just 500 metres (yards) from Aldgate East station, received the largest number of casualties.

The entire bus and underground transport network was shut down.

Police said there had been no warning and that the train blasts went off within 18 minutes, starting at 8:51 a.m. (0751 GMT).

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1. Police vans outside Aldgate Underground Station

2. Zoom on entrance to station with police and underground staff

3. Fire engine and emergency services staff, AUDIO of sirens

4. Various of emergency vehicles and personnel

5. Fire and policemen taking stretcher with dead body up stairs inside station

6. Various of police with walkie-talkies inside station

7. Firemen, paramedic and police stretchering another dead body up stairs inside station

8. Traffic jam outside station

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Subjects: 2005 London bombings, Events, Bombings, General news, Terrorism, War and unrest
Locations: London, United Kingdom
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London Terrorist Attacks Clipreel: Part 6
Summary: Relatives Continue Search For Missing Loved One's
Story No: X01138
Source: APTN
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 07/08/2005 12:00 PM


UK Missing 2

WRAP Relatives continue search for missing loved one's


King's Cross

1. Various pictures of missing people

2. Close on pictures and pan down to phone number

3. Pan down missing poster

4. Flowers outside King's Cross Station

5. Various flowers

6. Various signs, cards and flowers

7. King's Cross sign

8. Police officer at King's Cross station talking to two women who are looking for a loved one

9. Woman consoling her friend

10. Women with police officer

Russell Square

11. People on the street reading newspaper with missing photos; blonde woman (Yvonne Nash) being consoled because her boyfriend is missing

12. Various of headlines from the Evening Standard with photos

13. Various police with man

14. SOUNDBITE: (English) Amrit Walia:

"Anthony Satayi Williams, if anyone has seen him - can you give me the picture? - if anyone has seen this guy he would have gotten on the bus around the Euston area yesterday at 9:41am or 9:42am. If you have seen him on the bus, if you have any information...please."

15. Man standing with photo

16. Walia on the phone

St Mary's Hospital, Paddington

19. Various shots of Kim Phillips with poster of missing Polish woman Monika Suchocka

20. SOUNDBITE: (English) Kim Phillips, Colleague of Monika Suchocka:

"We are just trying to identify her because we hear that there are a lot of unidentified people still in hospital, and at best we hope that maybe she has fainted, maybe from shock and that she is in a hospital with no mobile phone and unable to contact anyone."

21. Poster

King's Cross

22. People placing flowers on fence

23. Ope Ogunbango holding picture of missing man Anthony Williams

24. SOUNDBITE: (English) Ope Ogunbango, friend of Anthony Williams

"I think he took the Northern Line but I think he was evacuated from the Northern line. He did call work and tell then that he was being evacuated from the trains. But he works at Old Street, so it's possible that he took a bus."

25. Picture of Williams

Russell Square

26. Officer walking down the street laying flowers with cameraman filming

27. Flowers

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Subjects: Search and rescue efforts, Missing persons, Plants, General news, Living things
Locations: London, England, United Kingdom
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London Terrorist Attacks Clipreel: Part 5
Summary: Londoners Try To Get Home; Adds Aldgate, Liverpool St
Story No: X01137
Source: APTN
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 07/07/2005 12:00 PM


UK City Chaos 3

Londoners try to get home; adds Aldgate, Liverpool St


London Bridge

2. People walking home across London Bridge

3. People walking across London Bridge, Tower Bridge is seen in background

4. SOUNDBITE: (English) Vox pop (No name given):

"I think I am going to have a long walk home tonight. I am going to start off in a couple of minutes, hopefully get home before midnight tonight."

5. Exterior of London Bridge train station, people walking into station

6. Ambulance parked outside station

7. People walking past ambulance centre set up for people who are ill, or may have passed out

8. Interior of train station, screens showing train times

9. Various of commuters looking at screens

10. Police outside London Bridge station

11. Water taxi sailing down River Thames packed with passengers


12. Various of people walking near Aldgate train station, streets blocked off by police

13. Various of people buying and reading news papers

Liverpool Street station

14. London 2012 Olympic sign

15. Various exteriors of Liverpool Street Station closed

16. Various of large group of commuters walking home

17. Various of the Evening Standard Newspaper front page: Carnage

Liverpool Street station

18. SOUNDBITE (English) Vox pop (No name given):

"I don't think it's going to change our lives at all, I'm determined that it shouldn't. It's the whole point: If you let it change your life, then you've let these evil, cowardly, despicable people win which is not the way the world should behave, I don't think."

19. Various inside Liverpool Street station

Near Russell Square

20. Pan of police car driving by

21. People looking at bus

Euston station

22. Various of commuters at Euston station

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UK Reax
Summary: Friends search for missing, psychologist comments
Story No: 455464
Source: APTN
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 07/25/2005 04:00 AM
People: Tony Blair


1. Wide shot clock tower, pan to people outside King's Cross train station

2. English flag of St George flying at half mast on station

3. Two women taping poster of their missing flatmate to lamppost

4. SOUNDBITE (English) Voxpop, Shimone, holding poster of her missing flatmate

"(Q: How do you feel?) We just want to know something. It's better to know than not to know at the moment."

5. Young woman taping poster of missing person to lamppost

6. Close-up photo of missing person, pull out to woman taping poster to lamppost

7. Close-up poster on lamppost

8. First aid truck with policemen walking by

9. Person laying flowers outside station

10. Policemen talking to woman

11. Woman laying flowers

12. Close-up flowers, with open newspaper on bus explosion

13. Close-up message on flowers

14. Mid shot flowers

15. Close-up flowers with message reading: "London we love you"

16. Close-up candle burning

17. SOUNDBITE (English) Voxpop, London resident

"(Q: Why are you here today?) Just to show my support for those who suffered, who died, and are still suffering, and as a Londoner, to go on. That's it."

18. Various little boy and mother laying flowers

19. SOUNDBITE (English) Professor Andrew Kuczmierczyk, Clinical psychologist, City University

"The public in general, from who I've spoken to here and observed, people are trying to normalise the situation, get back onto buses, trains, get out on the streets, and I think that's the best way to move forward."

20. Mid shot flowers outside station


Friends and relatives have been posting pictures of their missing loved ones around King's Cross train station after Thursday's blasts in the British capital.

A mound of floral tributes, many bearing cards with touching sentiments, grew outside the entrance to King's Cross station, near the site of the worst of Thursday's attacks.

The bombs that destroyed three London Underground carriages and a double-decker bus are known to have killed at least 49 people and injured about 700 others, some critically.

Police said the blasts which blew apart three underground trains happened within 50 seconds of each other and were caused by high explosives.

London police officials said it would take "some time" before all bodies were recovered from the mangled Piccadilly Line underground train between King's Cross and Russell Square stations, where at least 21 people are known to have died.

Police said the search was suspended overnight Friday because of the conditions but resumed on Saturday, and could well continue into Sunday.

Heat, dust and other difficult conditions were preventing crews from recovering all of the bodies from the debris, police said.

Police said authorities still don't know how many bodies are still trapped underground, but that some of the retrieved bodies had been identified by both police and relatives.

A clinical psychologist from City University in London said the public appeared to be trying to normalise the situation by getting back onto buses and trains. "I think that's the best way to move forward," he added.

As flowers and tributes piled up at the sites of the four rush-hour explosions in London, British Prime Minister Tony Blair said it wasn't yet clear who was behind the devastating blasts that shook the British capital.

Police said more clues and evidence were needed to identify the attackers once it was safe to bring teams down into the tunnels of London's vast underground system.

More than 700 were injured in Thursday's attacks on London, including people from at least five countries other than Britain - Sierra Leone, Australia, Portugal, Poland and China.

Authorities have said the attacks bore the signatures of the al-Qaida terror network and current and former American counter-terrorism officials said they were taking seriously the Internet claim of responsibility signed by The Secret Organisation of al-Qaida in Europe.

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Subjects: Plants, Police, Terrorism, Environment and nature, Law enforcement, Government and politics, War and unrest, General news
People: Tony Blair
Locations: United Kingdom, London, Western Europe, Europe, United Kingdom, European Union, England
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London Terrorist Attacks Clipreel: Part 14
Summary: Update from scene of incident on bus in Hackney
Story No: X01378
Source: APTN
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 07/21/2005 12:00 AM


UK Bus 3

WRAP Update from scene of incident on bus in Hackney


7. Three police walking towards cordon on Hackney Road

8. Narrow cobbled street with cordon at the other end

9. SOUNDBITE: (English) Voxpop

"It is just absolutely awful, to have the police have to cordon off where you live, you have friends and relatives in the area, you know where you live and work and you have to live in fear but you have to be defiant of these people you can't let them win."

10. Police car by cordon pans to blocked off street

11. SOUNDBITE: (English) Voxpop

"Basically we were made aware of it mostly by the helicopters flying overhead, because there was no sound of an explosion at all. Nobody in our working environment has heard anything but it was drawn to our attention by a policeman and we all went down into the courtyard, and they evacuated us an hour later."

12. Old man seated in front of shop with closed off street behind him

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