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As Putin-Trump summit nears, 3 charts explain how Russians see the US

By Erik C. Nisbet Et Al

Donald Trump sits down with Russian President Vladimir Putin on July 16 in Helsinki for their first one-on-one summit. In anticipation of this event, Russian pollster VCIOM asked the Russian public this week about how...

Sacha Baron Cohen's new show is just what we need in an era of fake news

By Leshu Torchin

British comedian Sacha Baron Cohen (aka Ali G, Borat, and Brno), is back just in time with his new show: Who is America? Filmed secretly over the past year, this satirical comedy series explores the diverse...

Trump's visit has thrown the special relationship into unprecedented turmoil

By Martin Farr

One of the few conventions Donald Trump has observed as president has been to venerate Winston Churchill. The intention was obvious therefore when on the evening of his arrival in the UK he was feted at Churchills...

Loneliness is contagious – and here's how to beat it

By Olivia Remes

Loneliness is a common condition affecting around one in three adults. It damages your brain, immune system, and can lead to depression and suicide. Loneliness can also increase your risk of dying prematurely as much as...

Trade wars will boost digital manufacturing – at consumers' own homes with personal 3D printers

By Joshua M. Pearce

The U.S. is in multiple international trade wars. After President Trump ordered higher taxes on some Chinese imports, the Chinese retaliated. The trade dispute now involves as much as US$200 billion worth of Chinese-made...

Policy overload: why the ACCC says household solar subsidies should be abolished

By Lucy Percival

The keenly awaited report on retail electricity prices, released this week by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC), has made some controversial recommendations not least the call to wind up the scheme...

Breastmilk alone is best for the first six months – here's what to do next

By Clare Collins Et Al

The Trump administration angered health experts around the world this week with its attempt to weaken a UN resolution encouraging breastfeeding. Thankfully the US bid to promote the use of formula was unsuccessful and...

VIDEO: Michelle Grattan on Latham's liaison with One Nation in Longman, live sheep exports and the ACCC's criticism on energy

By Michelle Grattan

Michelle Grattan speaks with University of Canberra Deputy Vice-Chancellor Nicholas Klomp about the week in politics. They discuss including Mark Latham teaming up with Pauline Hansons One Nation to make robocalls...

Officers 'sanctioned' for 'human error' in filing cabinet affair

By Michelle Grattan

A culmination of human errors caused the prime ministers department to throw out filing cabinets containing classified documents that eventually reached the ABC, according to the Australian Federal Police investigation...

It's a busy night sky this July, so make sure you look up

By Tanya Hill

The next fortnight will be a real treat for stargazers - there are five planets to see in the evening sky, Mars is looking the best weve seen in 15 years, and on the morning of July 28 there will be a total lunar...

How we can protect the women who make most high-quality footballs

By Farah Naz Et Al

Over 80% of the worlds high-quality hand-stitched footballs begin with the home-based work of female villagers in Pakistans Sialkot region. These women belong to one of the most vulnerable groups in the global economy....

Why the ABC, and the public that trusts it, must stand firm against threats to its editorial independence

By Denis Muller

The people who are turning up at Save the ABC rallies around the country are defending a cultural institution they value because they trust it. In particular, they trust its news service. Public opinion polls going back...

What can other cities learn about water shortages from 'Day Zero'?

By Lucy Rodina Et Al

Cape Town was set to run dry on April 12, 2018, leaving its 3.7 million residents without tap water. Day Zero was narrowly averted through drastic cuts in municipal water consumption and last-minute transfers from the...

Taxpayers will back a carbon tax if they get a cheque in the mail

By Sumeet Gulati Et Al

Ontarios new premier, Doug Ford, is scrapping the provinces cap-and-trade program, designed to reward businesses that reduce their greenhouse gas emissions, as part of his promise to make gasoline more affordable. Where...

Haida manga: An artist embraces tragedy, beautifully

By Marie Mauzé

Of all the arts of which traces remain, that of the First Nations of the Northwest coast is certainly one of the greatest. These are the words spoken by French anthropologist Claude Lévi-Strauss in 1974, at an...

A silent career killer – here's what workplaces can do about menopause

By Ruth McPhail

More and more Australian women are facing a silent career killer. It can increase their dissatisfaction with work, their absenteeism and their intention to quit their jobs. Menopause is one of the last great taboo subjects...

Friday essay: from convicts to contemporary convictions – 200 years of Australian crime fiction

By Stephen Knight

Most countries produce crime fiction, but the versions vary according to national self-concepts. America admires the assertive private eye, both Dashiell Hammetts late 1920s Sam Spade and the nearly as tough modern...

How to break up with plastics (using behavioural science)

By Kim Borg

Australia is responsible for over 13 thousand tonnes of plastic litter per year. At the end of June 2018, the Australian government released an inquiry report on the waste and recycling industry in Australia. One of the...

Whether teams win or lose, sporting events lead to spikes in violence against women and children

By Melanie Pescud

With the FIFA World Cup coming to a conclusion in Russia, not to mention the final match in the State of Origin rugby series in Australia and Wimbledon in the UK, its been a big week for sports. While sports can bring...

Carbon monoxide exposure in homes is a risk – here's how to protect yourself

By Christine Cowie

Winter is a good time to remind ourselves of the potential risk of carbon monoxide exposure from faulty or unflued gas heaters or other gas devices. Carbon monoxide (CO) is an odourless, colourless and tasteless gas...

When to trust (and not to trust) peer reviewed science

By Merlin Crossley

The article is part of our occasional long read series Zoom Out, where authors explore key ideas in science and technology in the broader context of society. The words published in a peer reviewed journal are sometimes...

Peer review has some problems – but the science community is working on it

By Dr Jessica Borger

Peer review is the central foundation of science. Its a process where scientific results are vetted by academic peers, with publication in a reputable journal qualifying the merits of the work and informing readers of the...

PhD completion: an evidence-based guide for students, supervisors and universities

By Timothy Colin Bednall

Many students enrol in a Master or PhD postgraduate research degree, but few complete them. From 2010-2016, 437,030 domestic and international students enrolled in postgraduate research programs in Australian public...

Rethinking _Homo sapiens_? The story of our origins gets dizzyingly complicated

By Darren Curnoe

You might say its the ultimate prize of science, to discover when, where and why humans evolved. For a long time, the evidence has been overwhelming that Homo sapiens evolved in Africa and later spilled out of the...

Audit found Vikki Campion was owed travel money

By Michelle Grattan

An audit of the travel and travel-related expenses of Vikki Campion, former staffer and now partner of Barnaby Joyce, has found the government owed her money. The audit, by the Independent Parliamentary Expenses...

Dreams in an Empty City: a strikingly prescient morality tale about banking

By Julian Meyrick

In our Great Australian Plays series, we nominate the best of Australian drama. There is no single event foreshadowing the darker mood of the 1980s, as the election of the Whitlam Labor government presaged the expansive...

'Ideological masculinity' that drives violence against women is a form of violent extremism

By Joshua Roose

Verbal and physical violence shapes the daily experiences of girls and women in cities. A recent analysis showed that women in Melbourne face habitual sexual harassment in public space and feel unsafe, particularly in the...

Think carefully before buying Bitcoin – and don't buy the 'safe haven' claims

By Lee Smales

The sharp rise and subsequent fall in Bitcoins value places it among the greatest market bubbles in history. It has outpaced the 17th-century tulip mania, the South Sea bubble of 1720, and the more recent Japanese asset...

Why New Zealanders are feeling the hard edge of Australia's deportation policy

By Patrick Keyzer Et Al

Deportations of foreigners on temporary visas have been on the rise in Australia since the government amended its immigration law in 2014 to give the Minister for Home Affairs the power to expel people they view as a risk...

Provinces prepare to push pot

By Michael J. Armstrong

Cannabis retailing isnt Doug Fords top priority as Ontarios new premier. But its on his agenda. As he said in June: The stated goal … is to ensure that we can tackle the illegal market. To pursue that goal, Ontario...

Rethinking the penalties for rape

By Lucia Lorenzi

The past few years have seen intense bouts of media coverage of high profile sexual assault and harassment cases. However, the #MeToo movement has achieved the kind of momentum and longevity that has rarely been...

It's not business as usual for vegan businesses

By Kendra Coulter

In contrast to growing apprehension about trade wars, a rapidly expanding sector of the economy is offering a more hopeful picture: vegan businesses. Scarcely a week goes by without news of a new vegan business. Diverse...

Not all marine fish eat plastics

By Max Liboiron

The Gulf Stream, which curves along the southern shore of Newfoundland, is saturated with plastics. Fish that feed from the surface waters, where plastics tend to accumulate, are in an ideal position to ingest...

Restructuring alone won't clean up the banks' act

By Vicky Comino

Many entrenched motivations for misconduct in the banking sector have been uncovered by the ongoing royal commission. Not least are the conflicts of interest inherent in the major Australian banks providing financial,...

Murder investigation to find the source of a second Novichok poisoning

By Martin Boland

Police in the UK are still hunting the source of a Novichok poisoning as they investigate the murder of a woman exposed to the deadly nerve agent. This is the same type of nerve agent that was used in March in the...

Coldplay conundrum: how to reduce the risk of failure for environmental projects

By David Hall

New Zealands government has committed to planting one billion trees as part of a transition to a low-emission economy, in line with its commitments under the Paris Agreement. The One Billion Trees Programme promises to...

Should white Australian fans rap along to the n-word at a Kendrick Lamar concert?

By Tara Colley

US rapper Kendrick Lamars Australian tour kicks off this week, culminating in a headline appearance at the music festival Splendour in the Grass. Lamars most recent album, DAMN., not only topped the charts in the US,...

How video assistant referees could undermine on-field referees at the FIFA World Cup

By Job Fransen

Video-assistant referees (VAR) were introduced into the FIFA World Cup for the first time this year. For those who havent been paying attention: VAR are a team of off-field officials who can replay and review video of...

Canada's housing crisis reinforces violence against poor women

By Alexandra Collins

Canadian cities are in the throes of an unprecedented housing crisis. Lax housing policies and lending practices, along with a previously non-existent national housing strategy have converged, contributing to record-level...

The measly $292.50 that could have transformed Canada's agrifood sector

By Sylvain Charlebois

The Supreme Court of Canadas ruling earlier this year on interprovincial trade barriers represents a significant loss for consumers and for the Canadian economy at a time it can least afford it. But it was a great win for...

How to get culture right when embedding it into AI

By William Michael Carter

If, like Rip Van Winkle, youve been asleep for the last decade and have just woken up, that flip phone you have has become super-popular among retro technologists and survivalists alike, and, oh yeah, Artificial...

Long live the Europe of scientists!

By Jean-Pierre Bourguignon

This article is published as part of the EuroScience Open Festival (ESOF), of which The Conversation France is a partner. Since its inception, the European project has benefitted citizens from all walks of life in every...

7.5 billion and counting: How many humans can the Earth support?

By Andrew D. Hwang

Humans are the most populous large mammal on Earth today, and probably in all of geological history. This World Population Day, humans number in the vicinity of 7.5 to 7.6 billion individuals. Can the Earth support this...

New research shows NSW teachers working long hours to cope with administrative load

By Rachel Wilson

While most people expect to work a 38-hour full-time week, our public school teachers are working far more. In fact, teachers are working an average of 54 hours per week (43 hours at school and 11 hours at home) due to the...

How imagery and media coverage influences our empathy for strangers

By Dan Crimston

Footage of 12 boys trapped in a cave system in Thailand has inundated our screens in recent days. An international rescue effort is currently underway, which includes a team of specialists sent by the Australian...

Israel moves closer to phasing out Australian live sheep and cattle imports

By Michelle Grattan

The controversial live sheep trade has been dealt a fresh blow with the Israeli government giving support to a bill that would phase out the importation of animals from Australia and Europe for slaughter. Israeli Prime...

Health Check: what causes chilblains and how can I prevent them?

By Michelle Rodrigues

While some of us love the winter chill, this winter others will notice itchy or tender red lumps on their fingers and toes. These small bumps are called chilblains (also known as pernio) and they occur with exposure to...

Is Indonesia retreating from democracy?

By Tim Lindsey

This is an edited extract from Tim Lindseys essay Retreat from Democracy, which appears in Australian Foreign Affairs #3, published 9 July. For much of the past 20 years, Indonesia has been held up as a model of...

Curious Kids: Where do black holes lead to?

By Janie Hoormann

This is an article from Curious Kids, a series for children. The Conversation is asking kids to send in questions theyd like an expert to answer. All questions are welcome serious, weird or wacky! You might also like...

Brexiteers outmanoeuvred at Chequers as Theresa May corrals her cabinet to agree Brexit plan

By Mark Garnett

On his first visit to the prime ministers country retreat at Chequers, the Liberal Democrat minister David Laws was reminded of the setting for an Agatha Christie film, where most of the guests would be murdered. Six years...

Rupiah's rough ride – when will it stop?

The Indonesian rupiah has gone through a rough ride this year as the currency continues to weaken against the US dollar. In early May, it breached its psychological barrier of Rp14,000 per US dollar, making it the...

Chinese economic growth likely to remain intact, GDP to have grown 6.7 pct in Q2

21:45 PM| Commentary

Chinas economic growth likely to have slowed marginally in the second quarter. In the first quarter, the real GDP had grown 6.8 percent year-on-year, matching the growth rate recorded in the earlier two quarters. But...

U.S. retail sales likely to have dropped in June

21:28 PM| Commentary

U.S. retail sales data for June are set to be released next week. According to a Wells Fargo research report, retail sales are expected to have fallen in June. In May, retail sales had come in stronger than expected. Sales...

U.K. economy likely to see trend-like growth in 2018

20:59 PM| Commentary

The U.K. economy is expected to see a trend-like growth in 2018 at around 1.5 percent on a year-on-year basis, noted Scotiabank in a research report. Against a backdrop of zero real household disposable income growth in...

South Korean economy likely to grow 2.75 pct year-on-year in 2018-2019 - Scotiabank

20:35 PM| Commentary

South Koreas economy continues to perform well due to strong domestic demand consumer spending, public spending and fixed investment. While consumer sentiment continues to be reasonably strong, recent business sentiment...

U.S. University of Michigan consumer sentiment index falls in July

19:10 PM| Commentary

The preliminary estimate of the University of Michigan index of consumer confidence eased to 97.1 in July, coming in below consensus expectations of 98. The fall was driven by consumers assessment of current economic...

Australian economy likely to expand 2.75 pct in 2018-2019 - Scotiabank

17:41 PM| Commentary

The Australian economy is performing quite well, mainly due to domestic demand. The nations fixed investment gains are stimulated by public infrastructure projects while business sentiment continues to be strong, leading...

FxWirePro: WTI crude rebounds as inverse saucer pattern transforms into whipsaws, major trend struggles to sustain above 50% Fibos – Uphold long hedge

13:56 PM| Research & Analysis Technicals

WTI price bounces back from the lows of $69.81 levels, it was dropped noticeably on Wednesday despite the EIA reported a more than 12 mbpd draw in US crude oil supplies Technically, WTI crude price has formed inverse...

Singaporean economic growth decelerates in Q2 2018, monetary policy likely to be tightened in October

12:49 PM| Commentary

The advanced estimates of Singapores annual and sequential economic growth in the second quarter came in lower than consensus estimates. The first quarter data was also downwardly revised. The Singaporean economy grew 3.8...

FxWirePro: Another 5 percent decline in oil price likely before buyers emerge

08:05 AM| Commentary

The significant increase in production from OPEC in the month of June, along with President Trumps insistent pressure on Middle East ally Saudi Arabia to increase production have finally taken the toll on global crude oil...

FxWirePro Yuan Outlook: Market speculation vs. PBoC intervention

05:56 AM| Commentary

Based on our latest calculations at FxWirePro, we find that the yuan is trapped in a Bull/Bear fight. The Chinese yuan came under stress lately thanks to the escalating trade war between China and the United States, after...

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Digital Currency Revolution

Bitcoin Price Experiencing The Same Negative Trend That Affected Gold, Coin IRA CEO Says

10:30 AM| Digital Currency

The bearish trend has yet to loosen its grip on global leader cryptocurrency, Bitcoin. Its highest value this week brought Bitcoin trading to $6,810 on July 7 but has since fallen to $6,214 as of this writing. Coin IRA...

Binance Announced It’s Supporting The Development Of The First Ever Decentralized Bank

10:28 AM| Digital Currency

Several investors are supporting the development of a decentralized bank that is to open in the island of Malta. Among these investors is Binance, which is the current leading crypto exchange company in the world, Coindesk...

Blockchain Revolution Series Digital Currency Revolution

Digital Currency and Blockchain Weekly Round-up – July 13th, 2018

11:49 AM| Digital Currency

New York PSC approves new electricity rates for cryptocurrency miners The New York State Public Service Commission (PSC) has approved new rules that will allow high-density load customers, such as cryptocurrency...

Digital Currency Revolution

Denial of access to traditional banking gateways potentially anticompetitive to cryptocurrency market: EU Parliament report

10:46 AM| Digital Currency Fintech

A recent report prepared for the European Parliament has identified digital currencies as one of the key areas representing the evolution of fintech services. The report, Competition issues in the Area of Financial...

Zilliqa: A blockchain for higher scalability best altcoin to buy at current levels

10:37 AM| Digital Currency

Zilliqa is the scalable and secure blockchain platform for hosting decentralized applications. It is a new paltform that is designed to scale in transaction rates. At ethereums present capacity, Zilliqa Can process...

Samsung Galaxy Watch Release Rumors 2018: Samsung Taking a Step Beyond the Gear Sport and Gear S3

03:00 AM| Technology

Rumors about Samsungs new smartwatches, specifically the Samsung Galaxy Watch for 2018, have been flooding the internet for the past two months. Yet, there still havent been concrete announcements from Samsung regarding...

Windows 10 Update: Insider Preview Build Announced; Chock-Full of Features We Probably Don't Need

09:00 AM| Technology

Microsoft recently announced the release of the Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 17704. The primary update headlining the Windows 10 build are improvements to Microsoft Edge, which include a new Edge Beta Logo so that...

Digital Currency Revolution

Trolling on Warren Buffet's anti-bitcoin stance continues amid millions of dollars gamble between BTC or Berkshire Hathaway stock

07:10 AM| Digital Currency Research & Analysis Insights & Views

Legendary investor Mr Warren Buffet had constantly been bashing on Bitcoin and states that he would never invest in cryptocurrencies as he was so certain about the cryptocurrencies would come to a bad end. For now, an...

Digital Currency Revolution

New York PSC approves new electricity rates for cryptocurrency miners

06:43 AM| Digital Currency

The New York State Public Service Commission (PSC) has approved new rules that will allow high-density load customers, such as cryptocurrency companies, to qualify for service under an individual service...

Digital Currency Revolution

Cohen Private Ventures invests in crypto hedge fund Autonomous Partners

05:59 AM| Digital Currency

Autonomous Partners, a cryptocurrency hedge and venture capital fund, has received an investment from Cohen Private Ventures, a VC firm that makes investments on behalf of hedge fund billionaire Steve Cohen, Fortune...

Blockchain Revolution Series

A number of blockchain applications under review at BoT: Governor Santiprabhob

05:03 AM| Digital Currency Fintech

The Bank of Thailand is currently reviewing blockchain applications for cross-border payments, supply chain financing, and document authentication, Governor Dr. Veerathai Santiprabhob said recently. Speaking at the...

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Economy

U.S. Treasuries remain resilient ahead of Trump-Putin Summit, June retail sales

The U.S. Treasuries remained resilient on Monday as investors wait to watch the summit between President Donald Trump and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin, scheduled to be held later today. Also, the countrys retail...

FxWirePro: German bund prices to remain weak on improving risk appetite; eyes on Eurozone’s June CPI, Trump-Putin Summit

The German bund prices are expected to remain weak for a short period, following the improvement in investors risk appetite as the U.S.-China trade tensions started to ease, after a lengthy period of uncertainties and...

China Q2 GDP cheers market participants, industrial production falls in June

Chinas gross domestic product (GDP) for the second quarter of this year cheered market participants while industrial production fell during the month of June. Underlying growth seems to be weakening after a strong...

New Zealand bonds jump at close ahead of Q2 CPI, GlobalDairyTrade price auction

New Zealand bonds closed higher Monday as investors wait to watch the countrys consumer price inflation (CPI) for the second quarter of this year, scheduled to be released today by 22:45GMT. Focus will also remain on the...

Gold prices seen sliding to USD1,300/oz by end-2018, says OCBC Research

Bullion prices are seen sliding to USD1,300/oz by the end of this year, according to a forecast by OCBC Research. While a firmer dollar story into Q3 2018 could potentially keep gold bulls at bay, some unwinding of dollar...

Politics

Poland's judicial purge another step toward authoritarian democracy

Since the elections of 2015, Poland has been ruled by the Law and Justice Party (Prawo i Sprawiedliwość, or PiS), a far-right nationalist group that has transformed the country beyond recognition. Poland had once been...

Arrest and release of Somaliland poet puts spotlight on regional troubles

Poets, writers and bloggers have recently been on the receiving end of political crackdowns in the self-declared independent state of Somaliland. Surges often occur around elections, and most recently due to assertive...

The Murri Book Club and the politics of reading for Indigenous Australians

Although the 2018 Closing the Gap report on Indigenous disadvantage highlighted the importance of literacy for Indigenous Australians, progress remains slow. But, while reading is widely considered an unmitigated good and...

Mexico's election was a victory for democracy itself

Andrés Manuel López Obrador, popularly known as AMLO, has won a landslide victory in Mexicos presidential elections. He now stands poised to form the countrys first left-wing government for generations, and...

Nationalism and piety dominate Turkey's election

Turkey goes to the polls to vote for president and parliament on Sunday. As a scholar of the history and politics of the Middle East, I believe the most striking feature of the campaign is the ideological uniformity...

Science

Discovering dopamine's role in the brain: Arvid Carlsson's important legacy

Arvid Carlsson, the Swedish neuroscientist and Nobel laureate, died on June 29, 2018 at the age of 95. He had devoted his life to understanding how the brain works and was awarded the Nobel for his research into dopamine ...

How Novichok is different from radioactive poisons – and what this means for decontamination

A man and a woman were found unconscious in Wiltshire, England, on July, after having been exposed to the nerve agent Novichok. This is the same substance that was used to poison the former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and...

We need a bank of DNA from dirt and water to protect Australia's environment

Measuring biodiversity used to mean laboriously collecting samples and manually identifying the plants, animals and fungi. This might involve careful inspection under a microscope to spot identifying features. This takes a...

Real, Live Mad Scientists Send Electric Shocks to People's Brains to Make Them Less Violent

For centuries, the fearful image that the common folk has had of innovators is the Mad Scientist persona. Surrounded by all kinds of strange contraptions, these scientists would experiment on live subjects with abandon....

Bacteria Could Be the Key To Breathing on Mars, Study Says

The atmosphere on Mars is so thin that humans wont be able to breathe on the red planet unless they are wearing space suits. With plans to colonize it, wearing the bulky apparel would pose a considerable level of...

Technology

Xiaomi Mi Band 3 Explorer Edition Specs: First Look at Smartwatch with Transparent Band

The Xiaomi Mi Band 3 Explorer Edition has been previewed in several teaser images that show off its transparent smartwatch band. This might also be a clue that the wearable device is launching soon. On Sunday,...

Google Pixel 3 Release Date, Specs, Features Update: Rumors and How It Will Trump Its Competitors

Samsung already unveiled the Galaxy S9 last February and other competitors, such as the OnePlus 6, have just announced and released their latest flagship models just prior to summer. The Google Pixel 3 is rumored to be...

Ripple Discusses Issue Concerning xRapid Product; Release Slated for Later This Year

Asheesh Birla, Ripples senior vice president of product, recently discussed in an Ask Me Anything session the issues concerning its xRapid product. This product offers users demand liquidity and increased payment...

Bitcoin’s Value Projected to Increase As BlackRock Changes Its Stance Regarding the Cryptocurrency

Bitcoins value could increase in the coming days as the worlds biggest asset management firm, BlackRock, changed its tune regarding the cryptocurrency. Last year, BlackRock CEO Larry Fink said that Bitcoin was only...

'Red Dead Redemption 2' Release Date, Features: Multiplayer Getting the 'GTA' Treatment?

Red Dead Redemption 2, the upcoming western-flavored prequel to Rockstar Games title that was released back in 2010, is finally set to release on Oct. 26. The games release was already twice delayed prior, with one of Red...
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