The New York Times
By NICHOLAS KULISH and MATTHEW BRUNWASSER
SOFIA, Bulgaria — A meeting of top government officials and security personnel of this small Balkan country on Tuesday could have wide-reaching repercussions for Europe's uneasy détente with the Lebanese militant group Hezbollah. Expectations are rising that Bulgarian officials will confirm a link between Hezbollah and the suicide bombing in July 2012 that killed five Israeli tourists and a Bulgarian bus driver and wounded dozens of others in Burgas on the Black Sea coast....
...oh, yes, Europeans won't be able to live without it...and without this
long and tedious New York Times' article. The only ray of light: "Experts say a determination that Hezbollah was involved would force the European Union to reconsider whether to designate the group a terrorist organization, as the United States and Israel HAVE URGED",
though a bit long as well. The correct version is to be shorter, indeed:
"Experts say a determination that Hezbollah was involved would force the European Union to reconsider whether to designate the group a terrorist organization as the United States and Israel."
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