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July 2018 Week 3

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MADRID — Barcelona finally got things going its way, finding a late goal to end its winless run and go into the international break on a positive note.

GAROUA, Cameroon — Nigeria's 100% record in the group stage meant nothing as it was knocked out 1-0 by Tunisia in the last 16 of the African Cup of Nations on Sunday.

ATHENS - Syria, Libya and the issues of Ukraine "in which Greece has a special interest due to the significant population of Greek expatriates in the wider Mariupol area," are among the topics to be discussed by European foreign ministers at today's Foreign Affairs Council, Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias said on Monday upon his arrival to the meeting.

ATHENS - The Athens fixed-rail transport organisation STASY on Monday announced the cancellation of metro services to the Athens international airport due to snow on the tracks.

ATHENS - Government spokesperson Yiannis Oikonomou underlined the government's support for research and innovation in a post on Twitter on Monday.

Greek America has benefitted for over a century from the work of the Greek-American ‘Topika Somateia/Regional Societies’ that function as fraternal associations made up of members who originally came from the same village, or island, or region.

Stress is the plague of the Twentieth and Twenty First Century.

WASHINGTON, DC – Greek-American Congressman John P Sarbanes who represents Maryland's Third Congressional District shared an update on January 21 on the Freedom to Vote: John R.

NEW YORK – On March 3-5, Unsuk Chin’s Violin Concerto No2: ‘Shards of Silence’ receives its US premiere at Boston’s Symphony Hall with renowned Greek soloist Leonidas Kavakos, the Boston Symphony Orchestra, and conductor Andris Nelsons, following the January world premiere with Kavakos, the London Symphony Orchestra, and conductor Simon Rattle.

NEW YORK — Democrats braced for disaster when state legislatures began redrawing congressional maps, fearing that Republican dominance of statehouses would tilt power away from them for the next decade.

SAN FRANCISCO — Pacific Gas & Electric is poised to emerge from five years of criminal probation, despite worries that nation's largest utility remains too dangerous to trust after years of devastation from wildfires ignited by its outdated equipment and neglectful management.

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Church

BOSTON – The Holy Synod of the Patriarchate of Alexandria in its recent meeting dealt with the ecclesiastical coup perpetrated by the Patriarchate of Moscow in its canonical jurisdiction, calling it an “immoral invasion and intrusion.

Church

NEW YORK - Some 21 years after it was destroyed in the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks in the United States that brought down the Twin Towers in New York City, the new St Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church rising in its place is among the most eagerly awaited architectural openings of 2022.

Events

STATEN ISLAND, NY – For yet another year, the community of Holy Trinity-St Nicholas in Staten Island honored couples celebrating 50+ years of marriage with a modest ceremony held at the church immediately following the Divine Liturgy on January 16.

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In Mourning yet Again, NYC Prepares to Honor Fallen Officer

NEW YORK — A city reeling from a recent spate of violence prepared to lay to rest a rookie police officer being hailed as an inspiration to his immigrant community, as investigators sought to make sense of a domestic dispute that left another officer "fighting for his life.

Greece: Heavy Snowfall is Expected on Monday, Schools to Remain Closed in Attica (Vid)

ATHENS - Schools of all levels of education will remain closed throughout Attica on Monday and Tuesday, January 24-25, due to extreme weather conditions.

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