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  • Europe’s delusions on Hezbollah

    Britain did this month what the European Union and its most important power, Germany, refuse to do: outlaw the Iranian-backed Lebanese terror group Hezbollah. Specifically, London imposed the ban on Hezbollah’s so-called political wing following Britain’s 2008 ban against Hezbollah’s military wing. In doing so, the British government rejected the notion that Hezbollah is a

    New York Post
  • Europe’s case against Amazon

    EU competition authorities are studying the retail behemoth’s dual role as seller of its own wares and as a platform for rivals.
  • Here’s what’s on the line in UCLA’s season finale against Utah

    Parker Van Dyke’s buzzer-beating three-pointer wasn’t the only lasting image of UCLA’s epic meltdown last month against Utah. Bruins forward Kris Wilkes still remembers the Utes racing across the court to mob Van Dyke, the celebration building in front of UCLA’s bench and carrying beyond the baseline.