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from datetime import datetime
# NB: Compatible only from Python 3.7 onwards!!!
Parses the string to a datetime object (uses Python default strptime)
# Z at the end of date means UTC, but that is not ISO format.
# Replace "Z" with "+00:00" that is also UTC
dt = dt[:-1] + "+00:00"