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Old October 7th, 2009, 02:10 PM   #121
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Rakyat tidak perlu panik khabar angin serang Malaysia - Ismail

07/10/2009 6:37pm

KAJANG 7 Okt. — Rakyat negara ini diharap tidak panik dan jangan membuat sebarang andaian berhubung khabar angin kononnya satu kumpulan yang menggelar diri mereka ’Benteng Demokrasi Rakyat’ (Bendera) akan menyerang Malaysia dengan buluh runcing ekoran beberapa isu berbangkit.

Timbalan Ketua Polis Negara, Tan Sri Ismail Omar berkata, polis akan menyiasat khabar angin itu dan sentiasa dalam keadaan siap-sedia bagi menghadapi sebarang kemungkinan demi menjamin keselamatan negara.

“Polis perlu menyiasatnya dulu. Kita mempunyai pakar dalam bidang pemantauan dan risikan untuk menentukan kesahihannya,” kata Ismail kepada pemberita selepas melawat kawasan panas di Seksyen 7 Bandar Baru Bangi di sini. - Bernama
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Bantuan kemanusiaan ke Padang tetap diteruskan - Muhyiddin

07/10/2009 11:22am

PUTRAJAYA 7 Okt.— Misi bantuan kemanusiaan untuk mangsa gempa bumi di Padang, Indonesia, akan diteruskan walaupun ada segelintir rakyat negara itu masih mempunyai tanggapan negatif terhadap Malaysia, kata Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin.

Timbalan Perdana Menteri berkata, aspek kemanusiaan seharusnya dilihat dari sudut yang berasingan, justeru konflik yang timbul ketika ini tidak boleh dibiarkan mempengaruhi sebarang usaha baik oleh Malaysia terhadap pihak yang memerlukan.

“Seperti yang telah diumumkan oleh Perdana Menteri, kita tidak akan hantar (bantuan) kalau tidak ada satu lampu hijau, kebenaran dari pihak Indonesia.

“Sedikit sebanyak (pasukan Malaysia) telah membantu keadaan di Padang dan ini dilihat dari sudut hubungan baik kita antara kerajaan dengan kerajaan, dan umumnya antara rakyat dengan rakyat.

“Kita tidak akan melihat kepada satu kelompok, dua kelompok, maksudnya kita bersikap saling bermusuhan atau mengambil langkah balas. Kita tidak begitu, jadi apa pun usaha adalah dari sudut kemanusiaan selagi dikehendaki dan dapat izin dari pihak Indonesia, kita akan lakukan dan itu yang kita buat dulu,” katanya kepada pemberita selepas melawat Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan (SMK) Presint 8 di sini hari ini.-Bernama
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i know that...but i just want the real source. people can comment anything. but is that the real situation? is it really that people in padang don't want the donation from malaysia? is there really separation of Malaysia donation from other country donation?
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Old October 8th, 2009, 04:58 AM   #125
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2009/10/08

By Joseph Sipalan

KUALA LUMPUR: The Indonesian government will clamp down on any real threat to Malaysia from its shores.

Widyarka Ryananta, the minister counsellor for information, social and culture at the Indonesian Embassy here, said the Indonesian government had made it clear that it would take strong action against any group if it was proven they had broken the law.

He said the embassy had relayed to Jakarta the concerns here for appropriate action to be taken should Benteng Demokrasi Rakyat (Bendera) actually launch its 1,500-strong assault on Malaysia today.

Widyarka stressed, however, that until and unless the group crossed the line, the matter was considered a non-issue, adding protests were a normal part of everyday life in Indonesia.


"Sometimes, things are said out of anger but they do not reflect the thoughts of the larger population. Indonesia is a democracy and there will be people who won't like certain things, just like here in Malaysia. It is normal, but what is clear is that the Indonesian government will take stiff action if the law is broken.

"If they (Bendera) go through with their plan, the police will take action."

Bendera's coordinator Mustar Bona Ventura said on Tuesday that their 1,500 "troops" would depart from Surabaya, south Kalimantan and other cities for an assault on Malaysia today.

In late September, he declared the group's intention to wage war against Malaysia to avenge all the wrongs committed against Indonesia by its neighbour.

Indonesian invasion 'unlikely'
2009/10/08


KAJANG: Police yesterday assured Malaysians of their safety following threats by an Indonesian group to "invade" the country.

Deputy Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Ismail Omar said security forces were always prepared to face any threat, including that from the Benteng Demokrasi Rakyat (Bendera) group.

He advised the public to consult the police if they had any queries, instead of jumping to conclusions.

"We have the expertise in this field and will look into every aspect to ensure the country's security."


Ismail said all agencies involved in security have been informed, will be kept on alert and will be at borders to ensure that no untoward incident takes place.

Meanwhile, Amy Chew reports from Jakarta that Malaysian students in Indonesia have been advised to remain inside their campuses.

There are currently 5,900 Malaysian students spread across Indonesia, with the largest numbers concentrated in Medan, Sumatra and Bandung in West Java .

"We have told the students to keep a low profile, stay inside their campus, no clubbing and other measures," a Malaysian embassy official told the New Straits Times.

"We have requested the Indonesian police to keep an eye out for this group of people."

Bendera plans to invade Malaysia today with 1,500 men armed with sharpened bamboo sticks who will arrive by ships.

The National Malaysian Students Organisation in Indonesia said Indonesia's right to freedom of expression must be balanced by a sense of responsibility.

"The freedom (of expression) which can damage the image of Indonesia and damage Indonesia 's bilateral ties with other countries should be controlled by the government," said Ahmad Nabieh Abqozy, deputy chairman of the students' organisation.

The 23-year-old medical student at Trisakti University in Jakarta said he was treated well by Indonesian students.

"The Indonesian students are nice to us and so are the people living in the surrounding area.


"I feel fine in general. But when there are sweeping and road blocks, I do feel anxious."
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Isu makanan tamat tarikh luput jadi topik kedai kopi


Sekumpulan mangsa gempa bumi melihat tarikh luput makanan bantuan dari Malaysia yang sebenarnya masih belum tamat di Padang, Sumatera Barat, Indonesia, semalam.

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PADANG 7 Okt. - Dakwaan bahawa Malaysia menghantar bantuan makanan tamat tarikh luput kepada mangsa gempa bumi menjadi topik perbualan hangat penduduk di sini.

Isu yang disensasikan oleh media Indonesia itu menyebabkan ramai di antara mereka bertindak mengecam Malaysia tanpa usul periksa.


Turut menerima tempias penulis dan jurufoto Utusan Malaysia, Ahmad Zakki Jilan yang singgah bersarapan di sebuah warung di Kota Pariaman, dekat sini, sebelum membuat liputan di kawasan perkampungan berdekatan.

Menyedari kami berasal dari Malaysia, beberapa penduduk tempatan terus bertanyakan mengenai bantuan makanan yang sudah tamat tarikh luput itu.

Kata mereka, perkara itu adalah sesuatu yang tidak wajar kerana ia bagaikan menghina mangsa gempa khususnya dan Indonesia amnya.

''Bapak dari Malaysia ya? Kenapa dihantar makanan yang sudah luput tarikh, tidak wajar bapak!'' katanya sambil menunjuk ke arah televisyen yang secara kebetulan menyiarkan berita yang memperkatakan mengenai isu itu.

Pertanyaan yang diajukan dalam nada menyindir itu menyebabkan Ahmad Zakki menjelaskan keadaan sebenar dengan menunjukkan foto pek makanan bantuan yang kebetulan berada dalam komputer ribanya.

Pada pek makanan itu tertera dengan jelas bahawa tarikh luput makanan berkenaan ialah November dan Disember ini.

Selepas melihat bukti itu, mereka menunjukkan sikap yang terbuka dan menyatakan kekesalan dengan laporan media Indonesia.


Malah, salah seorang daripada mereka, Perri, 40, menawarkan kepada kami untuk menjadi juru pandu secara sukarela.

Lebih menarik, beliau juga bertindak sebagai 'duta kecil' Malaysia dengan memberikan penerangan mengenai isu itu kepada penduduk kampung tempat kami melakukan tinjauan.

''Mereka menonton televisyen dan mempercayainya bulat-bulat,'' katanya.


Isu makanan bantuan tamat tarikh luput itu berpunca daripada penggunaan kotak lama untuk mengisi pek makanan berkenaan.

Pada kotak itu tertera tarikh 2008 yang sebenarnya sudah ditampal dengan kertas tertulis tarikh 2009, tetapi tertanggal dalam perjalanan ke sini. - Utusan
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Orang Padang 'besar hati' bantuan Malaysia

KUALA LUMPUR 7 Okt. - Pusat Rawatan Kemanusiaan Malaysia yang terletak di tengah bandar Padang, Indonesia sentiasa menjadi tumpuan masyarakat setempat meskipun media republik itu terus melemparkan pelbagai dakwaan yang mencemar imej negara.

Pusat rawatan yang beroperasi 24 jam itu menerima lebih 100 pesakit setiap hari yang terdiri daripada mangsa gempa bumi serta penduduk kawasan tersebut.

Konsul Jeneral Malaysia di Medan, Fauzi Omar berkata, rata-rata masyarakat Padang menerima bantuan kemanusiaan Malaysia dengan perasaan 'besar hati' sejak hari pertama bencana menimpa mereka.

''Tidak ada pula riak di wajah mereka yang menunjukkan tidak suka pada kita. Sebaliknya mereka sangat menghargai serta menghormati negara kita,'' ujarnya ketika dihubungi Utusan Malaysia hari ini.


Katanya, penduduk Padang lebih selesa mengunjungi Pusat Rawatan Kemanusiaan Malaysia kerana mudah berkomunikasi dengan para petugasnya.

Fauzi juga berkata, usaha mencari rakyat Malaysia yang mungkin terperangkap di bawah runtuhan bangunan masih dilakukan dengan kerjasama pelbagai pihak.

Jelasnya, sehingga kini belum ada rakyat negara ini dilaporkan terkorban akibat bencana alam itu.
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KUALA LUMPUR: Prihatin dengan nasib menimpa mangsa bencana alam khususnya di Padang, Indonesia, Axiata Group Bhd tampil menyerahkan sumbangan RM200,000 kepada Tabung Bencana The New Straits Times Press (NSTP)-Media Prima, semalam.

Sumbangan syarikat telekomunikasi mudah alih itu turut disusuli kerjasama padu penyediaan rangkaian perkhidmatan yang membolehkan masyarakat menderma ke Tabung Bencana NSTP-Media Prima menerusi SMS.

Pada majlis penyerahan ringkas di Balai Berita Bangsar di sini, Kumpulan Axiata diwakili Presiden dan Ketua Pegawai Eksekutifnya, Datuk Seri Jamaludin Ibrahim, menyampaikan replika cek kepada Pengarah Eksekutif Berita dan Operasi Editorial Media Prima yang juga Pengarah Eksekutif Editorial NSTP, Datuk Ahmad A Talib.

Hadir sama Pengarang Urusan Kumpulan NSTP, Zainul Arifin Mohammed Isa dan Ketua Pegawai Eksekutif Celcom, Datuk Seri Shazalli Ramly.


“Kami juga menyediakan perkhidmatan SMS menerusi anak syarikat kami seperti Celcom di Malaysia, M1 di Singapura dan XL di Indonesia untuk membolehkan orang ramai turut menderma bermula semalam hingga 7 November ini.

“Bantuan boleh dihulurkan dengan menaip DERMA dan hantar kepada 21999. Setiap SMS bernilai RM1 disalurkan terus ke Tabung Bencana NSTP-Media Prima ini,” katanya.

Pada majlis berlainan, syarikat pengeluar dan pengedar pelbagai jenis kertas, Anar Paper Co Sdn Bhd turut menyerahkan sumbangan RM5,000 ke Tabung Bencana NSTP-Media Prima menerusi Pengarah Urusannya, Fawzia Mohiadeen kepada Ketua Urus Korporat NSTP, Mohd Hisham Md Shazli.

Fawzia berkata, pihaknya terpanggil untuk turut serta mengagih sumbangan kerana mengenang nasib mangsa gempa bumi di Padang dan ribut taufan Ketsana di Vietnam serta Filipina dengan menganggap itu tanggungjawab sosial syarikatnya.

“Bencana alam yang dihadapi mereka sangat besar dan dahsyat, justeru kami membuat keputusan untuk membantu meringankan penderitaan mereka,” katanya.

Sehingga ditutup jam 6 petang semalam, Tabung Bencana NSTP-Media Prima mencatatkan jumlah terkumpul RM615,034.51 hasil ihsan individu, syarikat korporat dan orang ramai yang prihatin sejak tabung dibuka seminggu lalu.

Orang ramai yang ingin menyumbang boleh menyalurkan ke akaun Maybank 5-14105-32075-7 melalui Maybank2u.com, ATM, mesin deposit wang, mesin deposit cek di belakang tulis ‘Tabung Bencana NSTP-Media Prima, Kawanku Phone Banking dan kaunter.

Bantuan juga boleh disalurkan terus ke Bahagian Kewangan NSTP di 31 Jalan Riong, 59100, Kuala Lumpur.
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Hurt by tarnished relations with Indonesia


IT is very disappointing indeed that the relationship between Malaysia and Indonesia has been tarnished due to some cultural issues such as the Rasa Sayang song and the Pendet dance.

Though Malaysia can no more claim that batik also comes from Malaysia, other strategies can be deployed. I want to suggest that Malaysia change the term Batik Malaysia to something else, such as “Corak Malaysia or Koleksi Malaysia”. Surely Indonesia cannot say anything about this.

Malaysia can still produce the same design but call it Corak Malaysia or Koleksi Malaysia. Simple, right?

Remember that Singapore did the same thing to Malaysia when it bought fresh rambutans from Malaysia, peeled the skin, and put it in a can with syrup and called it Singapore longans!

I have a feeling that soon tarian Minangkabau can no longer be used by the Negri Sembilan State Tourism council to promote the state because Indonesia will claim that the Minangkabau dance belongs to them.

If nothing is done by our Government, I foresee that Indonesia will start claiming other things as well. My opinion is that Indonesia can never be a good neighbour to Malaysia because of its arrogance.

Indonesians believe that Indonesia can survive without the help of Malaysians but Malaysia cannot last a day longer without the help of Indonesians.

Do you know that Indonesians do not mind losing a badminton game to other countries but not to Malaysia? I believed this bad feeling started when Malaysia was given the rights by the International Court of Justice to keep Pulau Sipadan and Ligitan.

Though Malaysia and Indonesia share the same language, come from the same stock and the majority of its people embrace the same religion, most Indonesians can still be regarded as a pain in the neck.

KUDIN,

Subang Jaya.
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Indonesia Population To Reach 250 Million By 2015
October 08, 2009 10:55 AM

AMLAPURA, Oct 8 (Bernama) -- The population of Indonesia will reach 250 million by 2015 from currently around 200 million, Antara news agency reported, citing Head of the National Family Planning Coordinating Board (BKKBN) Sugiri Syarief as saying.

Sugiri said within less than six years, Indonesia's population is strongly believed to reach that figure (2015), or about 330 million by 2050

The huge population would later burden national development, he said.

Therefore, he urged the public to participate in the national family planning programme.

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Indonesia's quake toll rises to 739


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PADANG, Indonesia, Oct. 8 (Xinhua) -- The death toll from the 7.6-magnitude quake in West Sumatra of Indonesia has reached 739 and 295 others are still missing, local Disaster Management Agency reported here on Thursday.

The quake also left 2,219 people injured. About 410 quake survivors live in tents and makeshift houses, the agency said.

The agency was preparing to provide additional aids to people in the quake-affected areas, and arrange reconstruction and rehabilitation plan.


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Oct 8, 2009
Flash floods hit Indonesia

JAKARTA - FLASH floods inundated hundreds of houses in Indonesia's Central Sulawesi province on Thursday but there were no reports of casualties, a policeman said.

Powerful waters were unleashed after the Tuwele river overflowed and smashed through about 500 houses in Tolitoli, policeman Asnan Mokodompis told AFP.

'Our rescue teams are still checking whether there are casualties in the flooding,' he said, adding that about 1,500 people had been forced to leave their homes.

Floods and landslides are common in Indonesia, which is densely populated and prone to frequent heavy rains.

Activists have warned that logging and a failure to reforest denuded land in the world's fourth-most populous country are often to blame. -- AFP
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UNICEF provides 250 tents for schools in Indonesia's quake hit area


www.chinaview.cn 2009-10-08

JAKARTA, Oct. 8 (Xinhua) -- The United Nations for Children and Education Fund (UNICEF) has provided 250 tents to replace schools that were ruined in last week's 7.6 magnitude earthquake in Indonesia's West Sumatra province, Antara news agency quoted an official as saying on Thursday.

"We distributed the tents to Padang City and Pariaman regency," said the UNICEF's spokesperson Leli Djuhari in the provincial capital city of Padang.

In the city, she said, the UNICED has installed 15 tents.

Besides, the UN agency also distributed 60 emergency studying packages for 4,800 students. One learning package consists of 80 studying kits like pens, books and other tools.

According to Leli, the UNICEF is trying to push children to go back to school.

"We are also conducting efforts to recover children's trauma due to the earthquake," she said.

The agency also trained teachers to recognize symptoms in children that could emerge as the traumatic experience.

Besides, by cooperating with the Social Ministry, the UNICEF trained social workers with an aim to push children to become independent and willing to shares their problems.

In its programs at the province, the UNICEF also helps to provide water treatment and sanitation.

"We have installed equipment called water bladder that is capable to provide 5,000 liter water per second in 107 locations, and also provided 20,000 jerry cans for containers," she said.

The earthquake caused problems for survivors because it ruined water, transportation, electricity and telecommunication infrastructures.


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2009/10/08


KAJANG: Police yesterday assured Malaysians of their safety following threats by an Indonesian group to "invade" the country.

Deputy Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Ismail Omar said security forces were always prepared to face any threat, including that from the Benteng Demokrasi Rakyat (Bendera) group.

He advised the public to consult the police if they had any queries, instead of jumping to conclusions.

"We have the expertise in this field and will look into every aspect to ensure the country's security."


Ismail said all agencies involved in security have been informed, will be kept on alert and will be at borders to ensure that no untoward incident takes place.

Meanwhile, Amy Chew reports from Jakarta that Malaysian students in Indonesia have been advised to remain inside their campuses.

There are currently 5,900 Malaysian students spread across Indonesia, with the largest numbers concentrated in Medan, Sumatra and Bandung in West Java .

"We have told the students to keep a low profile, stay inside their campus, no clubbing and other measures," a Malaysian embassy official told the New Straits Times.

"We have requested the Indonesian police to keep an eye out for this group of people."

Bendera plans to invade Malaysia today with 1,500 men armed with sharpened bamboo sticks who will arrive by ships.

The National Malaysian Students Organisation in Indonesia said Indonesia's right to freedom of expression must be balanced by a sense of responsibility.

"The freedom (of expression) which can damage the image of Indonesia and damage Indonesia 's bilateral ties with other countries should be controlled by the government," said Ahmad Nabieh Abqozy, deputy chairman of the students' organisation.

The 23-year-old medical student at Trisakti University in Jakarta said he was treated well by Indonesian students.

"The Indonesian students are nice to us and so are the people living in the surrounding area.


"I feel fine in general. But when there are sweeping and road blocks, I do feel anxious."
Hoax 1500 sharpened bamboo? ROTFLMAO, joke of the year by UMNO
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Old October 8th, 2009, 11:24 AM   #135
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Old October 8th, 2009, 01:07 PM   #136
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Ribuan Relawan Ganyang Malaysia Diberangkatkan Mulai 9 Oktober

Laporan wartawan kompas..com Rosdianah Dewi

JAKARTA, kompas..com - Benteng Demokrasi Rakyat (Bendera) akan memberangkatkan 1.500 relawan ke Malaysia. Langkah ini dilakukan guna mempertahankan kedaulatan dan martabat bangsa. Dan juga untuk melindungi setiap warga negara Indonesia yang berada di Malaysia.

Koordinator Bendera, Mustar Bona Ventura, mengutip Sekretaris Nasional Central Bureau (NCB)-Indonesia, Brigjen Pol Halba Rubis Nugroho, mengatakan setiap hari, satu WNI meninggal di Malaysia. "Dan dalam tiga tahun terakhir, 1.421 WNI tewas di Malaysia karena penyiksaan dan pembunuhan. Hal itu tidak bisa didiamkan. Bendera pasti akan turun tangan dengan atau tanpa ijin" ujar Mustar di Jakarta, Kamis (8/10)

Menurut Mustar, pihak Bendera tidak gentar walau Dewan Keamanan Nasional Malaysia telah menyiagakan keamanan di setiap perbatasan untuk menghadapi kedatangan relawan Bendera.

Bendera tetap akan memberangkatkan para relawan sesuai jadwal awal. Pemberangkatan relawan berjumlah 1.500 ini akan dilakukan secara bertahap melalui jalur masuk yang tidak pernah akan diduga oleh Malaysia. "Bisa melalui jalur udara, darat dan laut. Tapi tidak bisa kita jelaskan secara rinci," ujar Mustar.

Pemberangkatan pertama dilakukan pada tanggal 9 Oktober. Pada waktu itu, Bendera akan memberangkatkan 200 relawan, dan diperkirakan sampai ke Malaysia pada tanggal 14 Oktober 2009.

Pemberangkatan berikutnya, 125 relawan pada tanggal 11 Oktober, 125 relawan lainnya pada tanggal 15 Oktober, 600 relawan pada tanggal 17 dan 19 Oktober, 400 relawan pada tanggal 22 Oktober. Dan pemberangkatan terakhir pada tanggal 25 Oktober, yaitu 50 tim medis.

Mustar mengaku aksi ini didukung 8.000 Tenaga Kerja Indonesia (TKI) yang berada di Malaysia. "Tercatat 8.000 TKI yang siap bergabung dan mendukung gerilya yang dilakukan oleh relawan Bendera" katanya.
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Wow. Ridiculous. We indonesian definitely need to clamp down on this preman culture. for malaysian: don't worry, although most Indonesian do harbor some resentment towards Malaysia, it vanishes on a personal level. Most Indonesian I know find this whole konfrontasi thing ridiculous, idiotic and not representative of what Indonesians think.
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Old October 9th, 2009, 02:38 AM   #139
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Hoax 1500 sharpened bamboo? ROTFLMAO, joke of the year by UMNO
Are you really as stupid as your look? Think before you wrote that ugly comment.
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Old October 9th, 2009, 04:51 AM   #140
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