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June 2018 Week 4

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Great news. If you, like tens of millions of Americans, are hard of hearing, the news this week brings optimism, joy, and relief.

The fallout from Archbishop Elpidophoros’ controversial decision to officiate a highly publicized baptism in Athens last month featuring an openly gay couple as parents could potentially jeopardize relations between the Ecumenical Patriarchate and the Church of Greece.

MADRID — The expectations were high for Barcelona coming into the new season.

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — Attorneys for many of the nation's largest media companies will try to persuade a federal magistrate judge on Thursday afternoon to make public the affidavit supporting the warrant that allowed FBI agents to search former President Donald Trump's Florida estate last week.

ATHENS - High temperatures are expected to prevail in Greece in the next three days starting from today (Thursday) and will continue on Friday, according the National Meteorological Service (EMY).

NEW YORK — Donald Trump's chief financial officer is expected to plead guilty to tax violations Thursday in a deal that would require him to testify about illicit business practices at the former president's company, two people familiar with the matter told The Associated Press.

ATHENS - Three Turkish nationals aged 30, 29 and 17 who were located together with 94 migrants on Kythira were arrested by the port authorities, as their alleged traffickers.

NEW YORK — One skyscraper stands out from the rest in the Manhattan skyline.

MUNICH - Pole vaulter Katerina Stefanidi got the silver medal at the European Athletics Championships in Munich on Wednesday.

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A pregnant woman was driving in the HOV lane near Dallas.

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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.

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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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