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December 2007 Week 2

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WASHINGTON  — In wide-ranging testimony before the Senate Tuesday, Secretary of State Antony Blinken denounced the chief prosecutor of the world’s top war crimes court for seeking the arrest of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and said that despite offering condolences for the death of Iran's president, it didn't change that leader's history of repression.

WASHINGTON  — As president, Donald Trump imposed a 25% tariff on foreign steel, which hurt Clips & Clamps Industries, a Michigan auto supplier — raising its materials prices, making it harder to compete with overseas rivals and costing it several contracts.

NEW YORK  — Donald Trump’s legal team rested its case Tuesday in his hush money trial after calling just two witnesses and opting not to have the former president take the stand in his own defense.

Artificial Intelligence will provide us with one surprise – hopefully mainly good ones – after another far into the future, but for some people, especially writers and readers of science fiction, some of the news will be old news.

NEW YORK – Effie Lazaridou, CEO of New Agriculture New Generation (NANG), spoke with The National Herald about the organization which she has led since it began in 2018 and which aims to create employment and entrepreneurship opportunities for young people in the agrifood industry in Greece.

WASHINGTON - President Joe Biden and his Republican rival, Donald Trump, piled up more delegates Tuesday as both presumptive nominees won primaries in Kentucky.

GREENFIELD, Iowa  — Powerful storms that rolled through the Midwest spun up multiple tornadoes, including a fierce twister that smashed through a small Iowa town Tuesday, carving a bleak landscape of destroyed homes and businesses, shredded trees, smashed cars and widely strewn debris and causing an unknown number of injuries.

PHOENIX  — Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani pleaded not guilty Tuesday to nine felony charges stemming from his role in an effort to overturn Donald Trump’s 2020 election loss in Arizona to Joe Biden.

CAIRO — The United Nations suspended food distribution in the southern Gaza city of Rafah on Tuesday due to a lack of supplies and an untenable security situation caused by Israel’s expanding military operation.

NEW YORK – The visionary and creator of the Greek Orthodox Basketball League of the Archdiocese (GOBL) Nicholas E.

NEW YORK – Teatro Grattacielo presents The Young Artists Series: G.

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Van Leeuwen Ice Cream usually draws customers with gourmet takes on classics like vanilla and pistachio.

Anthony Efthimiadis Wins 1st in World Grand Award at Regeneron Int’l Science Fair

LOS ANGELES, CA – The achievements of STEM students were recognized at the Regeneron International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF), held in Los Angeles (USA) from May 12-17.

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