Le distributeur WalMart se met au streaming

first_imgLe distributeur Wal-Mart se met au streamingDéjà présent sur le marché de la vidéo en ligne, la chaîne de distribution américaine Wal-Mart a annoncé la mise en place d’un système de streaming sur son site.Le rachat de la plateforme Vudu l’an passé, spécialisée dans les vidéos en ligne, permet désormais à la chaîne de distribution américaine Wal-Mart d’étoffer son offre en ligne, explique l’AFP. La marque a ainsi annoncé qu’il était désormais possible de regarder des films sans téléchargement (streaming) sur son site internet. Les internautes peuvent donc désormais acheter ou louer le droit de visionner ces films sur la page www.walmart.com/vudu. À lire aussiQuand des Américains assistent à la naissance d’un bébé phoque sur une plageCette intégration de Vudu “permet aux clients de facilement choisir la façon dont ils veulent profiter de leurs programmes, sur DVD, en flux (streaming) ou les deux”, a expliqué le directeur général de Vudu, Edward Lichty. Acheté 100 millions de dollars l’an dernier, Vudu pourrait donc bien rapporter gros à Wal-Mart, déjà l’un des plus gros distributeurs de DVD au monde et qui souhaite se diversifier dans la vidéo en ligne, un marché en pleine expansion. Le 28 juillet 2011 à 11:47 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

Vancouver man arrested on suspicion of maintaining drug house

first_imgDetectives with the Clark-Vancouver Regional Drug Task Force arrested a homeowner on suspicion of drug possession and having a drug house Friday afternoon, a day after they served a search warrant at his house in the Minnehaha area when he wasn’t home.Timothy Hyclak, 30, was arrested around 3:30 p.m. shortly after he left his home and booked at the Clark County Jail on suspicion of possession of heroin, possession of methamphetamine and maintaining a drug house, according to a bulletin from the Clark County Sheriff’s Office. He was taken into custody without incident.Thursday around 5:30 a.m. the Southwest Washington Regional SWAT Team served the warrant at Hyclak’s home at 5305 N.W. 48th Ave. Eight people were in the home at the time. A small amount of drugs and drug paraphernalia was found in the house, said Cmdr. Mike Cooke, of the drug task force. Cassandra Niquette, 28, and Timothy Walker, 54, both from Vancouver, were arrested on outstanding warrants Cooke said.last_img

Welcome to the ABM Spin Zone

first_imgMuch like Bobby McFerrin’s chirpy ode to blissful ignorance, ABM recently attempted to put a happy spin on its analysis of its own BIN report. Essentially, both print ad revenue and pages ended 2007 down—not by a lot, 2 percent for revenue and 3.35 percent for pages, but down. And this after a flat 2006 in revenue and a slight decline in pages. Now these kinds of things can be looked at from any number of angles. And no one, especially an association representing an entire industry, wants to be the bearer of bad news, much less voluntarily even touch a doomy outlook. For example, ABM notes that 13 of the 21 categories tracked showed increases in respective revenues. Fair enough. But then their analysis of the report takes it one step too far. The computing, software, telecom category has been a freefall for the last three years, declining almost 30 percent in revenues since 2005—17.59 percent alone in 2007, according to the BIN reports. Yet here’s what ABM had to say in its analysis of the 2007 report entitled “Business-to-Business Media Experiences a Robust 2007”: “In fact, ignoring the ‘Computing, Software, Telecomm’ category would result in an overall 0% change over 2006.”I love that! So why not just keep going with the other two top declining categories, business, advertising & marketing (-10.7 percent) and travel, business conventions & meetings (-6.95 percent)? I bet ignoring those as well would rocket 2007 to “robust” indeed.last_img read more

Temple priests gesture to devastated farmer

first_imgChilkur: The Balaji Temple priest here on Tuesday gifted a cow and calf to a devastated farmer who lost both of his dairy cows due to electrocution. He had seen a video of this farmer from Siddipet crying over the corpses of electrocuted cows which was heart rending. It was this video of farmer Sammayya who lost his two cows due to electrocution which went viral prompting priest CS Rangarajan to get in touch with Sammayya. The farmer was brought to Chilkur and a milk yielding cow and calf were given as donation to him for his livelihood. Also Read – Hyderabad: Intermediate student dies of cardiac arrest in class Advertise With Us “This is the type of response required from the society whenever a farmer cries for help. Farmer should not be in tears any time. That is the reason for this small step which may inspire more people to come forward,” CS Rangarajan said. He also thanked Balaji Temple volunteer Pavan Kumar who had shown him the video and insisted that we need to help this farmer. The video was viral in social media that struck a chord with people but the people who responded were only an NRI and Chilkur priest.last_img read more

How Americas Idea Of Illegal Immigration Doesnt Always Match Reality

first_img Share Source: Pew Research CenterChart: Most adult unauthorized immigrants have been in the U.S. for a long time.When you think of illegal immigration in the U.S., do you picture a border crosser or a visa overstayer? A family or a single person? A farmworker or a waiter?People living in the U.S. without legal status are frequently invoked in American politics — especially in recent months. But the conversation is often short on facts about the millions of people who fall into this category.There are, however, outdated beliefs: A Pew Research Center survey in 2015 found that very few Americans are aware of recent changes in immigration patterns.And, of course, there are stereotypes, which often don’t always match up with reality. Most people in the U.S. illegally have been here for years, for instance, and people working service jobs far outnumber migrant farm labor.Here’s a look at the actual statistics about people living in the U.S. illegally.We should note that there are a few caveats about this data. Different research groups use different methodologies, and in some cases, they rely on estimates. We’ve included links to all our data sources so you can read about their methods in more detail.About 11 million people live in the U.S. without authorizationThere are far more naturalized citizens than unauthorized immigrants in the U.S., and slightly more green card holders, according to the Pew Research Center.The total number of people living in the country illegally — about 11 million — has made headlines recently, because immigration advocates suggest that under the Trump administration’s immigration enforcement policies, almost all of them could be targeted for deportation. (More than 700,000 “DREAMers” — immigrants who were brought into the U.S. illegally or overstayed their visas as children — are still temporarily protected from deportation through the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, program.)Source: Pew Research CenterChart: Border Patrol has apprehended fewer people since FY 2009, and fewer are from Mexico.Longtime residents outnumber new arrivalsA large majority of those people currently living in the U.S. illegally have been here for a decade or longer, which is a major shift from the situation at the turn of the millennium.About two-thirds of unauthorized immigrants have lived in the U.S. for 10 years or more, Pew says. Only 14 percent arrived within the past five years.In the late 1990s, the number of new arrivals was far higher, and the share of longtime residents far lower.Mexicans make up a dominant — but declining — share of this populationMexico is “the leading nation of origin for U.S. unauthorized immigrants,” Pew writes, but the share of immigrants from Mexico is also declining.That is to say, Mexican immigrants are a shrinking majority of the population living in the country through illegal immigration.Of people living in the U.S. illegally, more than half are from Mexico. The population from that one country far outnumbers the population from entire continents. But there are fewer people of Mexican origin living in the U.S. now than there were a decade ago.You can see the trend lines clearly if you look just at people arriving in the U.S. illegally, instead of the millions who live here. The percentage arriving from Mexico has dropped markedly, while more immigrants are coming from Africa, Central America and Asia.The reasons for the shifting immigration patterns are complex. For Central American immigrants, conflicts in their home countries certainly play a role. The Migration Policy Institute suggests that there might be similar reasons for increased migration from Asia and Africa.“As European countries have tightened migration restrictions after record inflows of asylum seekers and migrants in 2015, some Africans and Asians fleeing conflict and poverty appear to be flying to Latin American countries with relatively lenient visa policies, such as Ecuador, Brazil, and Cuba, then turning to established regional migration networks,” the Migration Policy Institute writes.Hundreds of thousands of unauthorized immigrants entered with valid visasThe Department of Homeland Security has estimated that as of Jan. 4, 2016, about 416,500 people overstayed their visas in fiscal year 2015. That’s less than 1 percent of visa holders who entered the U.S. during that period.Still, it’s unclear how many visa overstayers make up the total number of unauthorized immigrants. A Pew estimate from 2006 says it could be as high as 45 percent. A recent study by the Center for Migration Studies estimates that two-thirds of those who joined the unauthorized immigrant population in 2014 were visa overstayers.Why’s it so hard to nail down the details? In part, it’s because the data released last year are the first numbers on visa overstays that the government has released in more than two decades.Federal law requires the Department of Homeland Security to report how many people come into the U.S. and stay after their visas expire. But the government has been having trouble collecting that data for years, as a study by the U.S. Government Accountability Office found.The way airports and other ports of entry are currently set up makes it difficult to keep track of when a traveler leaves the U.S. The department has been piloting new programs to identify airport travelers by scanning their faces and irises.Without historical data, it’s hard to measure trends. But the estimates for fiscal year 2015 do show that Canadians made up the majority of visa overstays.61 percent of unauthorized immigrants live in 20 metro areas — but most live in the suburbs, not the cityIf you’re a person living in the U.S. illegally, odds are you can be found in one of a few big cities and their surrounding suburbs.Sixty-one percent of this population lives in 20 metropolitan areas, such as New York, Los Angeles and Houston, Pew reports. That’s very different from the stats for the U.S. as a whole — just 36 percent of the overall population live in those areas.But “metropolitan” doesn’t mean “urban,” and most people living there illegally reside in the suburbs instead of the city proper. (The only exception to that rule is Phoenix.)That can pose a challenge for city governments that want to take a stand on immigration issues, as NPR’s Richard Gonzalez reported last month:“Many big city mayors have promised to resist President Trump’s threat to cut off federal funds to sanctuary cities. But the fact that most of the unauthorized immigrants live outside of city limits might complicate a mayor’s ability to protect them, according to William Frey, a demographer at the Brookings Institution.“He told the Chicago Tribune, ‘This may raise questions of whether or not the sanctuary status is an umbrella one that covers the whole region.’ “Most are working in service and construction jobsYou probably know that people living in the U.S. without legal status, as well as other immigrants, are a big part of the farm labor force.That’s why the farm industry and farmworkers have been keenly concerned about Trump’s rhetoric and policies on immigration.But there just aren’t very many farming jobs in the U.S., overall. So farming is not a common industry for the 11 million — only 4 percent of people living here illegally work in agriculture.Far, far more work in service jobs or in construction.Many have children who are U.S. citizensAccording to the Migration Policy Institute, one-third of people who are age 15 or older and staying in the U.S. without authorization live with at least one child under the age of 18 who is a U.S. citizen. That’s far more than the number who live only with noncitizen children — that’s just 6 percent of the population.Jennifer Van Hook, a demographer at Penn State University who studies immigration, points out that this statistic shows that deportations affect more than just unauthorized immigrants.“When these people leave the country, who’s going to take care of their children? It’s likely that some of those U.S.-born children will be accompanying their parents,” she says.Former President Barack Obama’s attempt to temporarily shield these parents of U.S. citizens from deportation through Deferred Action for Parents of Americans and Lawful Permanent Residents — also known as DAPA — has never been implemented, and the future of the effort is unclear.Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit http://www.npr.org/.last_img read more

Information engine operates with nearly perfect efficiency

first_imgPhysicists have experimentally demonstrated an information engine—a device that converts information into work—with an efficiency that exceeds the conventional second law of thermodynamics. Instead, the engine’s efficiency is bounded by a recently proposed generalized second law of thermodynamics, and it is the first information engine to approach this new bound. Artist’s illustration of the experiment. Credit: Burdette Choi, Institute of Basic Science Journal information: Physical Review Letters The results demonstrate both the feasibility of realizing a “lossless” information engine—so-called because virtually none of the available information is lost but is instead almost entirely converted into work—and also experimentally validates the sharpness of the bound set by the generalized second law.The physicists, Govind Paneru, Dong Yun Lee, Tsvi Tlusty, and Hyuk Kyu Pak at the Institute for Basic Science in Ulsan, South Korea (Tlusty and Pak are also with the Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology), have published a paper on the lossless information engine in a recent issue of Physical Review Letters.”Thinking about engines has driven the progress of thermodynamics and statistical mechanics ever since Carnot set a limit on the efficiency of heat engines in 1824,” Pak told Phys.org. “Adding information processing in the form of ‘demons’ set new limitations, and it was essential to verify the new limits in experiment.” Traditionally, the maximum efficiency with which an engine can convert energy into work is bounded by the second law of thermodynamics. In the past decade, however, experiments have shown that an engine’s efficiency can surpass the second law if the engine can gain information from its surroundings, since it can then convert that information into work. These information engines (or “Maxwell’s demons,” named after the first conception of such a device) are made possible due to a fundamental connection between information and thermodynamics that scientists are still trying to fully understand. Naturally, the recent experimental demonstrations of information engines have raised the question of whether there is an upper bound on the efficiency with which an information engine can convert information into work. To address this question, researchers have recently derived a generalized second law of thermodynamics, which accounts for both energy and information being converted into work. However, no experimental information engine has approached the predicted bounds, until now. The generalized second law of thermodynamics states that the work extracted from an information engine is limited by the sum of two components: the first is the free energy difference between the final and initial states (this is the sole limit placed on conventional engines by the conventional second law), and the other is the amount of available information (this part sets an upper bound on the extra work that can be extracted from information). To achieve the maximum efficiency set by the generalized second law, the researchers in the new study designed and implemented an information engine made of a particle trapped by light at room temperature. Random thermal fluctuations cause the tiny particle to move slightly due to Brownian motion, and a photodiode tracks the particle’s changing position with a spatial accuracy of 1 nanometer. If the particle moves more than a certain distance away from its starting point in a certain direction, the light trap quickly shifts in the direction of the particle. This process repeats, so that over time the engine transports the particle in a desired direction simply by extracting work from the information it obtains from the system’s random thermal fluctuations (the free energy component here is zero, so it does not contribute to the work extracted).One of the most important features of this system is its nearly instantaneous feedback response: the trap shifts in just a fraction of a millisecond, giving the particle no time to move further and dissipate energy. As a result, almost none of the energy gained by the shift is lost to heat, but rather nearly all of it is converted into work. By avoiding practically any information loss, the information-to-energy conversion of this process reaches approximately 98.5% of the bound set by the generalized second law. The results lend support for this bound, and illustrate the possibility of extracting the maximum amount of work possible from information.Besides their fundamental implications, the results may also lead to practical applications, which the researchers plan to investigate in the future.”Both nanotechnology and living systems operate at scales where the interplay between thermal noise and information processing is significant,” Pak said. “One may think about engineered systems where information is used to control molecular processes and drive them in the right direction. One possibility is to create hybrids of biological systems and engineered ones, even in the living cell.” Quantum manipulation power for quantum information processing gets a boost Explore further © 2018 Phys.org More information: Govind Paneru, Dong Yun Lee, Tsvi Tlusty, and Hyuk Kyu Pak. “Lossless Brownian Information Engine.” Physical Review Letters. DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.120.020601 Citation: Information engine operates with nearly perfect efficiency (2018, January 19) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2018-01-efficiency.html This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only.last_img read more

Update Tragic death of wellknown Ladysmith biker in crash

first_imgA well-known female biker from Ladysmith was killed yesterday (July 2) in a crash on the Bergville road.The biker has been identified as 52-year-old Marina Kruger, who was with her husband Frikkie Kruger at the time of the crash.They had taken their bikes out for a Sunday morning drive to the Berg when the tragedy occurred.It is alleged that the bike collided with a VW Golf near the Geluksburg turn-off.The female biker was declared dead at the scene.Initial story: Well-known Ladysmith biker dies in crash on Bergville roadAlso read: 2 injured as vehicle rolls near Ladysmith’s Indoor Sports ComplexAlso read: Taxi crashes into Ladysmith home after collisionTraffic flow was obstructed, with one lane remaining open as traffic passed the scene of the crash.A case of culpable homicide is being investigated. WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite The family thank everybody for all their kind words and condolences during this trying time.Condolence messages have poured in on Facebook for prominent businessman Frikkie Kruger and the family.The family has been inundated with calls from all over the world from people who knew Marina.At this time, the family would like to thank emergency services and in particular Dave Steele from RTI, Warrant Officer Frederick Johannes Potgieter (Bergville Stock Theft Unit) and his wife, who were the first people to arrive on the scene.Click to receive news links via WhatsApp. Or  for the latest news, visit our webpage or follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Join us there!last_img read more

Hawaii predicts 15 rise in visitors in 2017

first_img Source: The Associated Press HONOLULU — State economists are forecasting the number of visitors to Hawaii will likely rise 1.5% this year.The state Department of Business, Economic Development and Tourism said Wednesday about 9.1 million travellers are expected to come the islands. This would mark the sixth straight year of record visitor arrivals.Last year Hawaii’s economy grew 2.1 per cent, faster than the national rate of 1.4%. This year, the state forecasts the economy will expand at a slower rate of 1.8%.Construction, tourism and health care fueled job gains in 2016, helping drive the unemployment rate down to 2.9% in December. The jobless rate was below 3% in all counties except Hawaii County, where it stood at 3.1%. Tags: Hawaii, Trend Watch Hawaii predicts 1.5% rise in visitors in 2017 Thursday, February 16, 2017 Share << Previous PostNext Post >>last_img

AP source Cleveland reaches deal with Justice on policing

first_imgNews of the settlement comes days after a white police officer was acquitted of manslaughter for firing the final 15 rounds of a 137-shot police barrage through the windshield of a car carrying two black, unarmed suspects in 2012. The suspects’ backfiring vehicle had been mistaken for a gunshot, leading to a high-speed chase involving 62 police cruisers.Once the suspects were cornered, 13 officers fired at the car.The case prompted an 18-month Justice Department investigation into the practices of the Cleveland police. In a scathing report released in December, the department required the city to devise a plan to reform the police force.The specifics of the settlement, first reported by The New York Times, were not available Monday.Messages left with Justice Department spokeswoman Dena Iverson and the police department seeking comment weren’t returned.The Justice Department’s report spared no one in the police chain of command. The worst examples of excessive force involved patrol officers who endangered lives by shooting at suspects and cars, hit people over the head with guns and used stun guns on handcuffed suspects.Supervisors and police higher-ups received some of the report’s most searing criticism. The Justice Department said officers were poorly trained and some didn’t know how to implement use-of-force policies. The report also said officers are ill-equipped. Top Stories The Justice Department has launched broad investigations into the practices of more than 20 police forces in the last five years, including agencies in Ferguson, Missouri and, most recently, in Baltimore.Saturday’s bench verdict on the manslaughter charge against patrolman Michael Brelo led to a day of mostly peaceful protests but also more than 70 arrests.But two other high-profile police-involved deaths still hang over the city: a boy holding a pellet gun fatally shot by a rookie patrolman and a mentally ill woman in distress who died after officers took her to the ground and handcuffed her.Copyright © The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Arizona families, Arizona farms: A legacy of tradition embracing animal care and comfort through modern technology Mobile computers that are supposed to be in patrol cars often don’t work and, even when they do, officers don’t have access to essential department databases, according to the report.Police Chief Calvin Williams said in December that while it’s not easy to have to share the federal government findings with his 1,500-member department, he is committed to change.“The people of this city need to know we will work to make the police department better,” Williams said.The agency said supervisors encouraged some of the bad behavior and often did little to investigate it. Some told the Justice Department that they often wrote their reports to make an officer look as good as possible, the federal agency said. The department found that only six officers had been suspended for improper use of force over a three-year period.The investigation was the second time in recent years the Justice Department has taken the Cleveland police to task over the use of force. But unlike in 2004, when the agency left it up to local police to clean up their act, federal authorities this time have been negotiating a consent decree designed to serve as a blueprint for lasting change within the police department. Several other police departments in the country now operate under federal consent decrees that involve independent oversight. Milstead says best way to stop wrong-way incidents is driving sober New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies Comments   Share   center_img WASHINGTON (AP) — The city of Cleveland has reached a settlement with the U.S. Justice Department over a pattern of excessive force and civil rights violations by the police department, and the agreement could be announced as soon as Tuesday, a senior federal law enforcement official said.The official was not authorized to speak publicly of the settlement ahead of the official announcement and spoke Monday on condition of anonymity. 5 people who need to visit the Ultrastar Multi-tainment Center Former Arizona Rep. Don Shooter shows health improvement Sponsored Stories Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facility 4 sleep positions for men and what they meanlast_img read more

ST THOMAS USVI — The Residences at Cabes Poi

first_imgST. THOMAS, U.S.V.I. — The Residences at Cabes Point is promoting a program designed to encourage investment in the Territory via the Virgin Islands Economic Development Commission’s authority to grant tax exemptions to any business that will advance the economic well-being of the Virgin Islands and its people.According to the developer, the door is open for everyone from financiers to farmers to apply for these tax benefits, which are typically granted once the company can prove it can meet fairly basic criteria such as committing to hire ten employees locally and invest at least $100,000 in the Virgin Islands economy.The Residences at Cabes Point are presently in the reservations phase. Preconstruction prices range from $3.2 to $6 million for these luxury single family villas. They average 5700 SF, each with four bedrooms with ensuite baths, private plunge pool, garage and are either directly on the beach or terraced above with beach access. The community is gated, has a tennis court and beach club and a full time resident property manager.Contact: www.cabespoint.com or contact Jeyan Stout, Coldwell Banker/Preview Properties at 888.801.8784.last_img read more

Hayes Carll What It Is Dualtone Dysfunctional

first_img Hayes Carll, “What It Is” (Dualtone)Dysfunctional relationships abound on Hayes Carll’s new album, from the one-on-one wounds described in the opener “None’ya” to the cultural divide of “Fragile Men.” Even so, there’s a sunny lilt to the sardonic Texan’s familiar warble on the title cut, and a sweetness to the 12-song set that suggests it benefited from a woman’s touch.Carll’s fiancee, singer-songwriter Allison Moorer, co-wrote half of the material on “What It Is” and also co-produced the album. Perhaps she had a hand in the album’s most moving moment — the surprising, cinematic swell of a string orchestra midway through “Be There,” a lament on distrust.Carll also uses strings elsewhere, and horns as well, broadening his palette to achieve a wide variety of musical styles — from the banjo shuffle of the title cut and the fiddle boogie of “Times Like These” to the boozy Stones-y romper “Beautiful Thing.” There’s even a flute on the closing pledge of devotion, the lovely “I Will Stay.”The common denominator is Carll’s deft lyrical touch. He can deliver wry social commentary, such as on “Fragile Men” and “Wild Pointy Finger,” without antagonizing anyone. And regarding domestic issues, he knows how to make the personal universal, which is why “Jesus and Elvis” becomes much more than just a song about a bar.That’s “What It Is” — Carll’s prettiest album, and perhaps his best.Steven Wine, The Associated Press AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email by Steven Wine, The Associated Press Posted Feb 21, 2019 1:55 pm PDTcenter_img Review: Fiancee helps Hayes Carll deliver his prettiest worklast_img read more

Some 2000 police officers on duty for presidential elections

first_imgApproximately 2000 police officers will be on duty on Sunday to ensure that presidential elections run smoothly.Police Deputy Spokesman Stelios Stylianou told CNA that the police operation on election day will begin early in the morning before the opening of the polling stations, scheduled for 7am.He also said that a number of police officers will be on duty at the polling stations, and that ballot boxes will be transported under police escort.Stylianou said a Crisis Management Centre will also operate at police headquarters in Nicosia, while police operation rooms for coordination will be set up in the other districts.He also said police would conduct patrols outside political party offices, candidates’ offices and other premises related to the elections.The election will take place on January 28. A run-off election is set to be held on February 4, if necessary.You May LikeLuxury Crossover SUV I Search AdsThese SUVs Are The Cream Of The Crop. Search For 2019 Luxury Crossover SUV DealsLuxury Crossover SUV I Search AdsUndoDr. Marty ProPower Plus Supplement3 Dangerous Foods People Feed Their Dogs (Without Realizing It)Dr. Marty ProPower Plus SupplementUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndo Turkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoConcern over falling tourism numbersUndoPensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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