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June 2008 Week 2


Air New Zealand is asking passengers to step on a scale before they board international flights, but the airline insists that it's not being nosy.

BOSTON – This year marks the 25th year of continuous musicopedagogical ministry for the Metropolis of Pittsburgh's Byzantine Choir Ministry, the longest-running of its kind in America.

Most business owners pour an endless amount of hours into perfecting their latest product, brand, content creation, and/or service, without taking the proper steps to legally protect their business.

ANKARA — Turkey's longtime president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, is to be sworn in for his third term on Saturday.

Kaija Saariaho, who wrote acclaimed works that made her the among the most prominent composers of the 21st century, died Friday.

LOS ANGELES — Although Clayton Kershaw has accomplished just about everything it's possible to do on a baseball mound during his 16-year career, he had never beaten the New York Yankees until Friday night.

Fresh off of a resounding reelection victory in November, in which he blasted political chameleon (Republican-then independent-then Democrat) Charlie Crist into oblivion and fared impressively in Miami and other blue patches of mostly red Florida, Governor Ron DeSantis has officially entered the 2024 presidential race.

I drove to the polling station in Athens with a strong sense of irony.

"I may sound like I'm five-years-old," affirms Joe Faissal, "but I like McDonald's coffee.


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