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March 1, 2004
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A U.S. court blocked media baron Conrad Black from selling the Jerusalem Post and other newspapers his

any controls. Black’s own company, Hollinger International, had brought a lawsuit against him, arguing that he had not acted in the company’s best interests in trying to sell his stake to Britain’s Barclay brothers.

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