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June 2007 Week 4


From Greece, with love, Hristos Nikolakos and Roxie Nikolakos' Yamas restaurant in Austin, Texas will offer an alternative to barbeque and burgers when it opens in the college town on June 23.

NEW YORK — Needing to make a difficult decision at catcher, the New York Mets cut light-hitting Tomás Nido on Monday when they reinstated fellow backstop Omar Narváez from the 60-day injured list.

Ange Postecoglou was hired by Tottenham on Tuesday as the first Australian manager in the English Premier League as the London club began its latest reboot after another turbulent season.

Walt Disney Company is celebrating their 100th anniversary this year.

SYDNEY — A man who admitted killing American mathematician Scott Johnson by punching him from a cliff top at a gay meeting place in Sydney in 1988 deserves no leniency and should face the longest time in jail, the victim's brother said Tuesday.

LONDON — Prince Harry entered a courtroom witness box Tuesday, swearing to tell the truth in testimony against a tabloid publisher he accuses of phone hacking and other unlawful snooping.

ATHENS - The Indiana-based Purdue University has signed agreements with four research universities in Greece around so-called STEM programs: Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Officials were investigating Tuesday whether Florida's Gov.

KYIV, Ukraine — The wall of a major dam in a part of southern Ukraine that Moscow controls collapsed Tuesday after a reported explosion, sending water gushing downriver and prompting dire warnings of ecological damage as officials from both sides in the war ordered residents to evacuate.

ATHENS - The casino software games developer is taking its products into heavy-betting Greece in a deal with Betshop, which operates casino gaming and online sports betting in the country, where there are many betting and gaming parlors.


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