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Commenting article: Europeans Await Report on Bus Blast in Bulgaria

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.

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sa-sha - 5 Feb 2013 // 12:17:43

...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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