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The Red Brigades (Italian: Brigate Rosse [briˈɡaːte ˈrosse], often abbreviated BR) was a far-left terrorist organization and guerilla based in Italy, responsible for numerous violent incidents, including assassinations, such as the murder of former Prime Minister Aldo Moro. The Red Brigades were also involved in kidnappings and robberies during the so-called "Years of Lead". In the 1980s, the group was broken up by Italian investigators, with the aid of several leaders under arrest who turned pentito and assisted the authorities in capturing the other members.

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  • The Red Brigades (Italian: Brigate Rosse [briˈɡaːte ˈrosse], often abbreviated BR) was a far-left terrorist organization and guerilla based in Italy, responsible for numerous violent incidents, including assassinations, such as the murder of former Prime Minister Aldo Moro. The Red Brigades were also involved in kidnappings and robberies during the so-called "Years of Lead". In the 1980s, the group was broken up by Italian investigators, with the aid of several leaders under arrest who turned pentito and assisted the authorities in capturing the other members.
  • The Red Brigades (Italian: Brigate Rosse [briˈɡaːte ˈrosse], often abbreviated BR) was a far-left terrorist organization and guerilla group based in Italy, responsible for numerous violent incidents, including assassinations, such as the murder of former Prime Minister Aldo Moro. The Red Brigades were also involved in kidnappings and robberies during the so-called "Years of Lead". In the 1980s, the group was broken up by Italian investigators, with the aid of several leaders under arrest who turned pentito and assisted the authorities in capturing the other members.
  • The Red Brigades (Italian: Brigate Rosse [briˈɡaːte ˈrosse], often abbreviated BR) was a far-left terrorist organization and guerrilla group based in Italy, responsible for numerous violent incidents, including assassinations, such as the murder of former Prime Minister Aldo Moro. The Red Brigades were also involved in kidnappings and robberies during the so-called "Years of Lead". In the 1980s, the group was broken up by Italian investigators, with the aid of several leaders under arrest who turned pentito and assisted the authorities in capturing the other members.
  • The Red Brigades (Italian: Brigate Rosse [briˈɡaːte ˈrosse], often abbreviated BR) was a far-left guerrilla group based in Italy, responsible for numerous violent incidents, including assassinations (such as that of former Prime Minister Aldo Moro), kidnappings, and robberies during the "Years of Lead". The group's most infamous act took place in 1978, when a group headed by Mario Moretti kidnapped the former Christian Democrat Prime Minister Aldo Moro. The kidnappers killed five members of Moro's police escort, and Moro himself 54 days later.
  • The Red Brigades (Italian: Brigate Rosse [briˈɡaːte ˈrosse], often abbreviated BR) was a far-leftterrorist organization and guerrilla group based in Italy, responsible for numerous violent incidents, including murders (such as that of former Prime Minister Aldo Moro), kidnappings, and robberies during the "Years of Lead". The group's most infamous act took place in 1978, when a group headed by Mario Moretti kidnapped the former Christian Democrat Prime Minister Aldo Moro. The kidnappers killed five members of Moro's police escort, and Moro himself 54 days later.
  • The Red Brigades (Italian: Brigate Rosse [briˈɡaːte ˈrosse], often abbreviated BR) was a far-left terrorist organization and guerrilla group based in Italy, responsible for numerous violent incidents, including murders (such as that of former Prime Minister Aldo Moro), kidnappings, and robberies during the Years of Lead. The group's most infamous act took place in 1978, when a group headed by Mario Moretti kidnapped the former Christian Democrat Prime Minister Aldo Moro. The kidnappers killed five members of Moro's police escort, and Moro himself 54 days later.
  • The Red Brigades (Italian: Brigate Rosse [briˈɡaːte ˈrosse], often abbreviated BR) was a far-left guerrilla organization based in Italy, responsible for numerous violent incidents, including murders (such as that of former Prime Minister Aldo Moro), kidnappings, and robberies during the Years of Lead. The group's most infamous act took place in 1978, when a group headed by Mario Moretti kidnapped the former Christian Democrat Prime Minister Aldo Moro. The kidnappers killed five members of Moro's police escort, and Moro himself 54 days later.
  • The Red Brigades (Italian: Brigate Rosse [briˈɡaːte ˈrosse], often abbreviated BR) was a far-left organization and guerrilla group based in Italy, responsible for numerous violent incidents, including murders (such as that of former Prime Minister Aldo Moro), kidnappings, and robberies during the Years of Lead. The group's most infamous act took place in 1978, when a group headed by Mario Moretti kidnapped the former Christian Democrat Prime Minister Aldo Moro. The kidnappers killed five members of Moro's police escort, and Moro himself 54 days later.
  • The Red Brigades (Italian: Brigate Rosse [briˈɡaːte ˈrosse], often abbreviated BR) was a far-left armed organization and guerrilla group based in Italy, responsible for numerous violent incidents, including murders (such as that of former Prime Minister Aldo Moro), kidnappings, and robberies during the Years of Lead. The group's most infamous act took place in 1978, when a group headed by Mario Moretti kidnapped the former Christian Democrat Prime Minister Aldo Moro. The kidnappers killed five members of Moro's police escort, and Moro himself 54 days later.
  • The Red Brigades (Italian: Brigate Rosse [briˈɡaːte ˈrosse], often abbreviated BR) was a far-left armed organization and guerrilla group based in Italy, responsible for numerous violent incidents, including murders (potentially of former Prime Minister Aldo Moro), kidnappings, and robberies during the Years of Lead. The group's most infamous act took place in 1978, when a group headed by Mario Moretti kidnapped the former Christian Democrat Prime Minister Aldo Moro. The kidnappers killed five members of Moro's police escort, and Moro himself 54 days later.
  • The Red Brigades (Italian: Brigate Rosse [briˈɡaːte ˈrosse], often abbreviated BR) was a far-left armed organization and guerrilla group based in Italy, responsible for numerous violent incidents, including murders (possibly including that of former Prime Minister Aldo Moro), kidnappings, and robberies during the Years of Lead. The group's most infamous act took place in 1978, when a group headed by Mario Moretti kidnapped the former Christian Democrat Prime Minister Aldo Moro. The kidnappers killed five members of Moro's police escort, and Moro himself 54 days later.
  • The Red Brigades (Italian: Brigate Rosse [briˈɡaːte ˈrosse], often abbreviated BR) was a far-left armed organization and guerrilla group based in Italy responsible for numerous violent incidents, including the abduction and murder of former Prime Minister Aldo Moro, during the Years of Lead. In the 1980s, the group was broken up by Italian investigators, with the aid of several leaders under arrest who turned pentito and assisted the authorities in capturing the other members.
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  • The Red Brigades (Italian: Brigate Rosse [briˈɡaːte ˈrosse], often abbreviated BR) was a far-left terrorist organization and guerilla based in Italy, responsible for numerous violent incidents, including assassinations, such as the murder of former Prime Minister Aldo Moro. The Red Brigades were also involved in kidnappings and robberies during the so-called "Years of Lead". Formed in 1970, the organization sought to create a "revolutionary" state through armed struggle, and to remove Italy from the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. The Red Brigades attained notoriety in the 1970s and early 1980s with their violent attempts to destabilise Italy by acts of sabotage, bank robberies, kidnappings and murders. Models for the Red Brigades included the Latin American urban guerrilla movements and the World War II Italian partisan movement, which was itself a mostly leftist, anti-fascist revolutionary movement. The group was influenced by volumes on the Tupamaros published by Feltrinelli, "a sort of do-it-yourself manual for the early Red Brigades", and was influenced by and saw itself as a continuation of the Italian partisan resistance movement of the 1940s, which was interpreted as an example of a youthful anti-fascist minority using violent means for just ends. The group's most infamous act took place in 1978, when the second groups of the BR, headed by Mario Moretti, kidnapped the former Christian Democrat Prime Minister Aldo Moro, who was negotiating a compromesso storico, or "historic compromise", with the Communists. The kidnappers killed five members of Moro's police escort, and murdered Moro himself 54 days later. In the 1980s, the group was broken up by Italian investigators, with the aid of several leaders under arrest who turned pentito and assisted the authorities in capturing the other members.
  • The Red Brigades (Italian: Brigate Rosse [briˈɡaːte ˈrosse], often abbreviated BR) was a far-left terrorist organization and guerilla group based in Italy, responsible for numerous violent incidents, including assassinations, such as the murder of former Prime Minister Aldo Moro. The Red Brigades were also involved in kidnappings and robberies during the so-called "Years of Lead". Formed in 1970, the organization sought to create a "revolutionary" state through armed struggle, and to remove Italy from the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. The Red Brigades attained notoriety in the 1970s and early 1980s with their violent attempts to destabilise Italy by acts of sabotage, bank robberies, kidnappings and murders. Models for the Red Brigades included the Latin American urban guerrilla movements and the World War II Italian partisan movement, which was itself a mostly leftist, anti-fascist revolutionary movement. The group was influenced by volumes on the Tupamaros published by Feltrinelli, "a sort of do-it-yourself manual for the early Red Brigades", and was influenced by and saw itself as a continuation of the Italian partisan resistance movement of the 1940s, which was interpreted as an example of a youthful anti-fascist minority using violent means for just ends. The group's most infamous act took place in 1978, when the second groups of the BR, headed by Mario Moretti, kidnapped the former Christian Democrat Prime Minister Aldo Moro, who was negotiating a compromesso storico, or "historic compromise", with the Communists. The kidnappers killed five members of Moro's police escort, and murdered Moro himself 54 days later. In the 1980s, the group was broken up by Italian investigators, with the aid of several leaders under arrest who turned pentito and assisted the authorities in capturing the other members.
  • The Red Brigades (Italian: Brigate Rosse [briˈɡaːte ˈrosse], often abbreviated BR) was a far-left terrorist organization and guerrilla group based in Italy, responsible for numerous violent incidents, including assassinations, such as the murder of former Prime Minister Aldo Moro. The Red Brigades were also involved in kidnappings and robberies during the so-called "Years of Lead". Formed in 1970, the organization sought to create a "revolutionary" state through armed struggle, and to remove Italy from the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. The Red Brigades attained notoriety in the 1970s and early 1980s with their violent attempts to destabilise Italy by acts of sabotage, bank robberies, kidnappings and murders. Models for the Red Brigades included the Latin American urban guerrilla movements and the World War II Italian partisan movement, which was itself a mostly leftist, anti-fascist revolutionary movement. The group was influenced by volumes on the Tupamaros published by Feltrinelli, "a sort of do-it-yourself manual for the early Red Brigades", and was influenced by and saw itself as a continuation of the Italian partisan resistance movement of the 1940s, which was interpreted as an example of a youthful anti-fascist minority using violent means for just ends. The group's most infamous act took place in 1978, when the second groups of the BR, headed by Mario Moretti, kidnapped the former Christian Democrat Prime Minister Aldo Moro, who was negotiating a compromesso storico, or "historic compromise", with the Communists. The kidnappers killed five members of Moro's police escort, and murdered Moro himself 54 days later. In the 1980s, the group was broken up by Italian investigators, with the aid of several leaders under arrest who turned pentito and assisted the authorities in capturing the other members.
  • The Red Brigades (Italian: Brigate Rosse [briˈɡaːte ˈrosse], often abbreviated BR) was a far-left guerrilla group based in Italy, responsible for numerous violent incidents, including assassinations (such as that of former Prime Minister Aldo Moro), kidnappings, and robberies during the "Years of Lead". Formed in 1970, the organization sought to create a "revolutionary" state through armed struggle, and to remove Italy from the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. The Red Brigades attained notoriety in the 1970s and early 1980s with their violent acts of sabotage, bank robberies, kidnappings and killings. Models for the Red Brigades included the Latin American urban guerrilla movements and the World War II Italian partisan movement, which was itself a mostly leftist, anti-fascist revolutionary movement that the Red Brigades saw itself as a continuation of, an example of a youthful anti-fascist minority using violent means for just ends. The group was also influenced by volumes on the Tupamaros published by Giangiacomo Feltrinelli, "a sort of do-it-yourself manual for the early Red Brigades". The group's most infamous act took place in 1978, when a group headed by Mario Moretti kidnapped the former Christian Democrat Prime Minister Aldo Moro. The kidnappers killed five members of Moro's police escort, and Moro himself 54 days later. In the 1980s, the group was broken up by Italian investigators, with the aid of several leaders under arrest who turned pentito and assisted the authorities in capturing the other members.
  • The Red Brigades (Italian: Brigate Rosse [briˈɡaːte ˈrosse], often abbreviated BR) was a far-leftterrorist organization and guerrilla group based in Italy, responsible for numerous violent incidents, including murders (such as that of former Prime Minister Aldo Moro), kidnappings, and robberies during the "Years of Lead". Formed in 1970, the organization sought to create a "revolutionary" state through armed struggle, and to remove Italy from the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. The Red Brigades attained notoriety in the 1970s and early 1980s with their violent acts of sabotage, bank robberies, kidnappings and murders. Models for the Red Brigades included the Latin American urban guerrilla movements and the World War II Italian partisan movement, which was itself a mostly leftist, anti-fascist revolutionary movement that the Red Brigades saw itself as a continuation of, an example of a youthful anti-fascist minority using violent means for just ends. The group was also influenced by volumes on the Tupamaros published by Giangiacomo Feltrinelli, "a sort of do-it-yourself manual for the early Red Brigades". The group's most infamous act took place in 1978, when a group headed by Mario Moretti kidnapped the former Christian Democrat Prime Minister Aldo Moro. The kidnappers killed five members of Moro's police escort, and Moro himself 54 days later. In the 1980s, the group was broken up by Italian investigators, with the aid of several leaders under arrest who turned pentito and assisted the authorities in capturing the other members.
  • The Red Brigades (Italian: Brigate Rosse [briˈɡaːte ˈrosse], often abbreviated BR) was a far-left terrorist organization and guerrilla group based in Italy, responsible for numerous violent incidents, including murders (such as that of former Prime Minister Aldo Moro), kidnappings, and robberies during the Years of Lead. Formed in 1970, the organization sought to create a revolutionary state through armed struggle, and to remove Italy from the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. The Red Brigades attained notoriety in the 1970s and early 1980s with their violent acts of sabotage, bank robberies, kidnappings and murders. Models for the Red Brigades included the Latin American urban guerrilla movements and the World War II Italian partisan movement, which was itself a mostly leftist, anti-fascist revolutionary movement that the Red Brigades saw itself as a continuation of, an example of a youthful anti-fascist minority using violent means for just ends. The group was also influenced by volumes on the Tupamaros published by Giangiacomo Feltrinelli, "a sort of do-it-yourself manual for the early Red Brigades". The group's most infamous act took place in 1978, when a group headed by Mario Moretti kidnapped the former Christian Democrat Prime Minister Aldo Moro. The kidnappers killed five members of Moro's police escort, and Moro himself 54 days later. In the 1980s, the group was broken up by Italian investigators, with the aid of several leaders under arrest who turned pentito and assisted the authorities in capturing the other members.
  • The Red Brigades (Italian: Brigate Rosse [briˈɡaːte ˈrosse], often abbreviated BR) was a far-left guerrilla organization based in Italy, responsible for numerous violent incidents, including murders (such as that of former Prime Minister Aldo Moro), kidnappings, and robberies during the Years of Lead. Formed in 1970, the organization sought to create a revolutionary state through armed struggle, and to remove Italy from the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. The Red Brigades attained notoriety in the 1970s and early 1980s with their violent acts of sabotage, bank robberies, kidnappings and murders. Models for the Red Brigades included the Latin American urban guerrilla movements and the World War II Italian partisan movement, which was itself a mostly leftist, anti-fascist revolutionary movement that the Red Brigades saw itself as a continuation of, an example of a youthful anti-fascist minority using violent means for just ends. The group was also influenced by volumes on the Tupamaros published by Giangiacomo Feltrinelli, "a sort of do-it-yourself manual for the early Red Brigades". The group's most infamous act took place in 1978, when a group headed by Mario Moretti kidnapped the former Christian Democrat Prime Minister Aldo Moro. The kidnappers killed five members of Moro's police escort, and Moro himself 54 days later. In the 1980s, the group was broken up by Italian investigators, with the aid of several leaders under arrest who turned pentito and assisted the authorities in capturing the other members.
  • The Red Brigades (Italian: Brigate Rosse [briˈɡaːte ˈrosse], often abbreviated BR) was a far-left organization and guerrilla group based in Italy, responsible for numerous violent incidents, including murders (such as that of former Prime Minister Aldo Moro), kidnappings, and robberies during the Years of Lead. Formed in 1970, the organization sought to create a revolutionary state through armed struggle, and to remove Italy from the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. The Red Brigades attained notoriety in the 1970s and early 1980s with their violent acts of sabotage, bank robberies, kidnappings and murders. Models for the Red Brigades included the Latin American urban guerrilla movements and the World War II Italian partisan movement, which was itself a mostly leftist, anti-fascist revolutionary movement that the Red Brigades saw itself as a continuation of, an example of a youthful anti-fascist minority using violent means for just ends. The group was also influenced by volumes on the Tupamaros published by Giangiacomo Feltrinelli, "a sort of do-it-yourself manual for the early Red Brigades". The group's most infamous act took place in 1978, when a group headed by Mario Moretti kidnapped the former Christian Democrat Prime Minister Aldo Moro. The kidnappers killed five members of Moro's police escort, and Moro himself 54 days later. In the 1980s, the group was broken up by Italian investigators, with the aid of several leaders under arrest who turned pentito and assisted the authorities in capturing the other members.
  • The Red Brigades (Italian: Brigate Rosse [briˈɡaːte ˈrosse], often abbreviated BR) was a far-left armed organization and guerrilla group based in Italy, responsible for numerous violent incidents, including murders (such as that of former Prime Minister Aldo Moro), kidnappings, and robberies during the Years of Lead. Formed in 1970, the organization sought to create a revolutionary state through armed struggle, and to remove Italy from the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. The Red Brigades attained notoriety in the 1970s and early 1980s with their violent acts of sabotage, bank robberies, kidnappings and murders. Models for the Red Brigades included the Latin American urban guerrilla movements and the World War II Italian partisan movement, which was itself a mostly leftist, anti-fascist revolutionary movement that the Red Brigades saw itself as a continuation of, an example of a youthful anti-fascist minority using violent means for just ends. The group was also influenced by volumes on the Tupamaros published by Giangiacomo Feltrinelli, "a sort of do-it-yourself manual for the early Red Brigades". The group's most infamous act took place in 1978, when a group headed by Mario Moretti kidnapped the former Christian Democrat Prime Minister Aldo Moro. The kidnappers killed five members of Moro's police escort, and Moro himself 54 days later. In the 1980s, the group was broken up by Italian investigators, with the aid of several leaders under arrest who turned pentito and assisted the authorities in capturing the other members.
  • The Red Brigades (Italian: Brigate Rosse [briˈɡaːte ˈrosse], often abbreviated BR) was a far-left armed organization and guerrilla group based in Italy, responsible for numerous violent incidents, including murders (such as that of former Prime Minister Aldo Moro), kidnappings, and robberies during the Years of Lead. Formed in 1970, the organization sought to create a revolutionary state through armed struggle, and to remove Italy from the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. The Red Brigades attained notoriety in the 1970s and early 1980s with their violent acts of sabotage, bank robberies, kidnappings and murders. Nearly 50 people were killed in its attacks between 1974 and 1988. According to the Center for International Security and Cooperation, the Red Brigades was a "broadly diffused" terrorist group. Models for the Red Brigades included the Latin American urban guerrilla movements and the World War II Italian partisan movement, which was itself a mostly leftist, anti-fascist revolutionary movement that the Red Brigades saw itself as a continuation of, an example of a youthful anti-fascist minority using violent means for just ends. The group was also influenced by volumes on the Tupamaros published by Giangiacomo Feltrinelli, "a sort of do-it-yourself manual for the early Red Brigades". The group's most infamous act took place in 1978, when a group headed by Mario Moretti kidnapped the former Christian Democrat Prime Minister Aldo Moro. The kidnappers killed five members of Moro's police escort, and Moro himself 54 days later. In the 1980s, the group was broken up by Italian investigators, with the aid of several leaders under arrest who turned pentito and assisted the authorities in capturing the other members.
  • The Red Brigades (Italian: Brigate Rosse [briˈɡaːte ˈrosse], often abbreviated BR) was a far-left armed organization and guerrilla group based in Italy, responsible for numerous violent incidents, including murders (potentially of former Prime Minister Aldo Moro), kidnappings, and robberies during the Years of Lead. Formed in 1970, the organization sought to create a revolutionary state through armed struggle, and to remove Italy from the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. The Red Brigades attained notoriety in the 1970s and early 1980s with their violent acts of sabotage, bank robberies, kidnappings and murders. Nearly 50 people were killed in its attacks between 1974 and 1988. According to the Center for International Security and Cooperation, the Red Brigades was a "broadly diffused" terrorist group. Models for the Red Brigades included the Latin American urban guerrilla movements and the World War II Italian partisan movement, which was itself a mostly leftist, anti-fascist revolutionary movement that the Red Brigades saw itself as a continuation of, an example of a youthful anti-fascist minority using violent means for just ends. The group was also influenced by volumes on the Tupamaros published by Giangiacomo Feltrinelli, "a sort of do-it-yourself manual for the early Red Brigades". The group's most infamous act took place in 1978, when a group headed by Mario Moretti kidnapped the former Christian Democrat Prime Minister Aldo Moro. The kidnappers killed five members of Moro's police escort, and Moro himself 54 days later. In the 1980s, the group was broken up by Italian investigators, with the aid of several leaders under arrest who turned pentito and assisted the authorities in capturing the other members.
  • The Red Brigades (Italian: Brigate Rosse [briˈɡaːte ˈrosse], often abbreviated BR) was a far-left armed organization and guerrilla group based in Italy, responsible for numerous violent incidents, including murders (possibly including that of former Prime Minister Aldo Moro), kidnappings, and robberies during the Years of Lead. Formed in 1970, the organization sought to create a revolutionary state through armed struggle, and to remove Italy from the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. The Red Brigades attained notoriety in the 1970s and early 1980s with their violent acts of sabotage, bank robberies, kidnappings and murders. Nearly 50 people were killed in its attacks between 1974 and 1988. According to the Center for International Security and Cooperation, the Red Brigades was a "broadly diffused" terrorist group. Models for the Red Brigades included the Latin American urban guerrilla movements and the World War II Italian partisan movement, which was itself a mostly leftist, anti-fascist revolutionary movement that the Red Brigades saw itself as a continuation of, an example of a youthful anti-fascist minority using violent means for just ends. The group was also influenced by volumes on the Tupamaros published by Giangiacomo Feltrinelli, "a sort of do-it-yourself manual for the early Red Brigades". The group's most infamous act took place in 1978, when a group headed by Mario Moretti kidnapped the former Christian Democrat Prime Minister Aldo Moro. The kidnappers killed five members of Moro's police escort, and Moro himself 54 days later. In the 1980s, the group was broken up by Italian investigators, with the aid of several leaders under arrest who turned pentito and assisted the authorities in capturing the other members.
  • The Red Brigades (Italian: Brigate Rosse [briˈɡaːte ˈrosse], often abbreviated BR) was a far-left armed organization and guerrilla group based in Italy responsible for numerous violent incidents, including the abduction and murder of former Prime Minister Aldo Moro, during the Years of Lead. Formed in 1970, the Red Brigades sought to create a revolutionary state through armed struggle, and to remove Italy from the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). The organization attained notoriety in the 1970s and early 1980s with their violent acts of sabotage, bank robberies, kidnappings and murders. Nearly fifty people were killed in its attacks between 1974 and 1988. According to the Center for International Security and Cooperation, the BR was a "broadly diffused" terrorist group. Models for the BR included the Latin American urban guerrilla movements and the World War II Italian partisan movement, which was itself a mostly leftist, anti-fascist revolutionary movement that the BR saw itself as a continuation of, an example of a youthful anti-fascist minority using violent means for just ends. The group was also influenced by volumes on the Tupamaros published by Giangiacomo Feltrinelli, "a sort of do-it-yourself manual for the early Red Brigades". In the 1980s, the group was broken up by Italian investigators, with the aid of several leaders under arrest who turned pentito and assisted the authorities in capturing the other members.
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