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July 2015 Week 1

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SANTA MONICA, CA – Are the myths of Greek folklore connected to the prejudices in the established world of art? How can an idea for a film inspire a transmedia experience, gather the interest of many art forms and artists from all over the world, thus breaking out of the physical confines of a movie theater? What good is your voice if no one can hear it? The Greek zero budget short film ‘Whistle’ will try to answer these questions, in its U.

BOSTON – The Greek-American owner of two Boston-area pizza shops was convicted of forced labor on June 7 for using physical violence and threats of reprisal or deportation against employees living in the country illegally to make them work long hours, sometimes seven days a week.

G7 leaders agree to lend Ukraine billions backed by Russia's frozen assets.

DALLAS  — Joe Mazzulla is a big fan of UFC matches and splices highlights of fights into some of the basketball video he shows the Boston Celtics.

NEW YORK – Legendary artist Diamanda Galás recently announced her new album ‘Diamanda Galás In Concert,’ set to be released on June 14 via Intravenal Sound Operations.

ATHENS - Dimitris Melissanidis, the most influential owner in the history of AEK Athens FC, announced on Monday that he will step down, transferring his majority stake to shipowner Marios Iliopoulos.

ATHENS - Greece's Coast Guard will acquire 11 boats for patient transfers to hospitals following an agreement signed on Monday by Maritime Affairs and Insular Policy Minister Christos Stylianides and Norsafe Life-Saving Equipment Hellas General Manager Ioannis Georgiadis.

ATHENS - The digital application "mAIGreece" is now live and available for visitors traveling to and within Greece, as announced on Monday.

ATHENS - Greece's GDP rose 2.

ATHENS – The Greek-American candidates who ran for office in the European Parliament elections may not have managed to win any seats, but they had a very good showing that allows them to feel that they have dropped an anchor for good in the political scene of their homeland.

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Palestinian DC Chef and Senegalese Restaurant in New Orleans Win Coveted James Beard Awards

CHICAGO (AP) — A Palestinian chef using ancient cooking techniques a Senegalese restaurant in New Orleans and an upscale Thai restaurant in Oregon won coveted James Beard awards Monday at a red carpet awards ceremony in Chicago.

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