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June 2007 Week 2

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NEW YORK — Two lawyers and two journalists are suing the CIA, saying the agency violated their constitutional rights when it obtained copies of the contents of their electronic devices and helped enable the recording of their meetings with WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange during the latter part of his seven-year stay at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London.

NEW YORK — After a string of arrests and erratic behavior that spanned Hawaii to Vermont, "Flash" actor Ezra Miller said they have begun treatment for "complex mental health issues.

NEW YORK — Health officials are warning people who are infected with monkeypox to stay away from household pets, since the animals could be at risk of catching the virus.

Scientists and students embarking on a census of Georgia lake sturgeon have found three females with mature eggs — an indication the armored "living fossils" may be reproducing in that state for the first time in a half-century.

WELLINGTON, New Zealand — Ian Foster is set to remain as All Blacks head coach until his contract expires after next year's World Cup, saved in part by New Zealand's Rugby Championship win over South Africa last weekend.

USA

EAGAN, Minn. — The path that led Lewis Cine to pro football has taken plenty of turns, with more life experiences packed into 22 years than the typical NFL rookie.

LONDON — Two African soccer players have been unable to enter Britain to face English team West Ham in a Europa Conference League game, Danish club Viborg said Tuesday.

ATHENS – They didn't have to wear masks all summer when mixing with their friends and classmates, but students going back to school in Greece  likely will put them back on despite the COVID-19 pandemic waning.

LONDON — Britain's inflation rate rose to a new 40-year high of 10.

ATHENS – A financial journalist whose phone calls were being listened to by the Greek Intelligence Service (EYP) and had Predator spyware attached, said other reporters in the country were likely targets too.

THESSALONIKI — Greece says it will work with the International Red Cross and Red Crescent to seek the body of a child who a group of asylum-seekers said had died of a scorpion sting while they were stranded for days on the Greek-Turkish border.

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Columnists

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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Greek-American Cornell Student Rescues Man on Subway Tracks in the Bronx

NEW YORK – Greek-American Cornell University senior Bryce Demopoulos rescued a man who had fallen on the subway tracks at the Third Avenue-138 Street station on the No.

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