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January 2007 Week 2


ATHENS - After a big rebound in 2022 during the waning COVID-19 pandemic, Greece is looking for 2023 to be a record-buster year driven by returning Americans in hordes and the world's rich flocking to luxury villas.

ATHENS - At just 16, Greek-Danish singer Victor Vernicos is Greece's youngest contestant yet for the kitschy Eurovision contest but said his song, What They Say, came from a tough time for him and that he hopes it will be inspirational.

ATHENS – After a respite for mourning 57 people killed in a head-on train collision, Greece's bickering two major parties have gotten into campaign mode again with elections coming, using the tragedy to attack each other.

MADRID — Closer than ever to the title, Barcelona finished the last Spanish league "clasico" of the season by celebrating on the field at Camp Nou.

SINIYAH ISLAND, United Arab Emirates — Archaeologists said Monday they have found the oldest pearling town in the Persian Gulf on an island off one of the northern sheikhdoms of the United Arab Emirates.

SEOUL, South Korea — North Korea said Monday it simulated a nuclear attack on South Korea with a ballistic missile launch over the weekend that was its fifth missile demonstration this month to protest the largest joint military exercises in years between the U.

NAIROBI, Kenya — A new report says an estimated 43,000 people died amid the longest drought on record in Somalia last year and half of them likely were children.

ASPEN, Colorado — Snow falls thick as skiers shed their gear and duck into the Sundeck Restaurant, one of the first certified energy efficient buildings in the U.

NEW YORK — New York Community Bank has agreed to buy a significant chunk of the failed Signature Bank in a $2.

WASHINGTON — A Pentagon study has found high rates of cancer among military pilots and for the first time has shown that ground crews who fuel, maintain and launch those aircraft are also getting sick.

BAYSIDE, NY – The Hellenic Congress of America hosted its dinner dance at Mythos Restaurant in Bayside on March 18 after the successful conclusion of its first convention, held at the Arcadian House ‘Geros tou Morea’ in Long Island City earlier in the day.

Top Stories


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

General News

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.

General News

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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