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August 2017 Week 4

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LOS ANGELES — When Cardi B was searching for a record deal six years ago, the rapper remembered when several labels didn't financially believe in her talents enough – except for Atlantic Records executives Julie Greenwald and Craig Kallman.

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — Dressed up as a dolphin and forced to give someone a lightning-fast makeover, "The White Lotus" actress Jennifer Coolidge was roasted Saturday before being honored as the 2023 Woman of the Year by Harvard University's Hasty Pudding Theatricals.

ATHENS – While fending off allegations of pushing back refugees and migrants, Greece's Coast Guard said it caught two speedboats carrying 37 of them off the island of Kos, near Turkey's coast, and arrested three alleged human traffickers.

ATHENS – More than 40 refugees, including 20 from Ukraine during the invasion by Russia, will be getting scholarships from the American Embassy in Greece to attend the American College of Greece (ACG.

FEBRUARY 3RD: On this day in 1830, the sovereignty of Greece was confirmed in the London Protocol.

While then-Premier Alexis Tsipras, whose government didn't have a disaster or evacuation plan in place, nor implemented early warnings on cell phones, was running around clueless and looking for someone to blame for the wildfires raging outside Athens in July, 2018, the heroes were there.

The Greek Cypriot side is in yet another dispute with a special representative of the United Nations Secretary General, opening up a confrontational front with Colin Stewart.

To the Editor:What a disgrace that the government of Greece let the palace of the royals fall apart and then had to fix it up fast after the former king Constantine’s death.

ATHENS - Greece isn't just looking far afield to keep tourists coming in 2023 after a big year in 2022 – but right next door with neighboring Albania, which also wants Greeks to visit there.

ATHENS - The European Commission is reportedly mulling whether to bring legal action against Greece for using European Union funds to build refugee and migrant detention centers that could be violations of asylum seekers rights.

ATHENS – Greece's economy is accelerating with the COVID-19 pandemic winding down faster but it likely won't be known until after spring elections whether the recovery will bring investment grade status from ratings agencies.

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A pregnant woman was driving in the HOV lane near Dallas.

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FALMOUTH, MA – The police in Falmouth have identified the victim in an accident involving a car plunging into the ocean on February 20, NBC10 Boston reported.

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NEW YORK – Meropi Kyriacou, the new Principal of The Cathedral School in Manhattan, was honored as The National Herald’s Educator of the Year.

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