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February 2007 Week 2

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Hunter Biden appeared Wednesday on Capitol Hill for a closed-door deposition with lawmakers, a critical moment for Republicans as their impeachment inquiry into his father and their family's business affairs teeters on the brink of collapse.

BOISE, Idaho (AP) — The hour of Thomas Eugene Creech’s death has been set, and it is rapidly approaching.

ATHENS - Incidents broke out on Wednesday during a protest march organized by the civil servants confederation ADEDY, the Communist-Party affiliated labor union PAME, the Athens Labor Center, and labor federations of the private and public sector on the first-year anniversary of the Tempi train collision that cost the lives of 57 people.

ATHENS - Long ruling the world’s waves and having hegemony, Greece’s shipping fleet now finds itself behind Japan and China in the categories of total asset values for vessels and the size of their fleets.

ROSELAND, NJ – The Hellenic Relief Foundation (HRF) held a heartwarming concert on Saturday, February 24th 2024.

Inflation has hit most of the economy, but that’s hardly the case with airfare.

LARISA, Greece - Much of Greece’s agricultural heartland in Thessaly and surrounding plains is still a lake, five months after floods washed over the area, leaving farmers and other businesses adrift.

HUSTON, Texas - A series of wildfires swept across the Texas Panhandle early Wednesday, prompting evacuations, cutting off power to thousands, and forcing the brief shutdown of a nuclear weapons facility as strong winds, dry grass and unseasonably warm temperatures fed the blazes.

BEIRUT (AP) — Turkish drone strikes in northeastern Syria on Wednesday killed at least three members of a local Christian force and wounded others, including civilians, a Kurdish official and a Syrian opposition war monitor said.

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NYC Officials Shutter Furniture Store Illegally Converted to House More than 40 Migrants

NEW YORK (AP) — A New York City furniture store that had been illegally converted into sleeping quarters for more than 40 migrants has been shut down by city officials.

By Defining Sex, Some States Are Denying Transgender People Legal Recognition

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Mack Allen, an 18-year-old high school senior from Kansas, braces for sideways glances, questioning looks and snide comments whenever he has to hand over his driver's license, which still identifies him as female.

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