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March 2006 Week 4

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WASHINGTON  — President Joe Biden is planning to announce a sweeping new policy Tuesday that would lift the threat of deportation for tens of thousands of people married to U.

DUESSELDORF, Germany  — It was a classic N'Golo Kanté performance.

FRANKFURT, Germany  — Two Romelu Lukaku goals were ruled out by video review and Belgium fell to a stunning 1-0 loss to Slovakia in wild Group E at the European Championship on Monday.

TORONTO  — A man and woman were shot to death and a male suspected as the attacker also died Monday at a north Toronto office space near a daycare center and a school, authorities said.

FLUSHING, NY – St. John’s Head Coach Rick Pitino was honored for his outstanding contributions to Panathinaikos B.

MANHASSET, NY – Gold Coast AHEPA Chapter 456 hosted a Social Networking Event at Limani Roslyn on May 28.

ATHENS -In the most scathing allegation yet about constant reports that Greece has pushed back refugees - repeatedly denied by the government - nine people who said they were thrown into the water claimed dozens of others tossed into the sea drowned.

ATHENS - A Greek lawyer who took on celebrated cases was released from custody after admitting he savagely beat his wife, as the government said it would try to protect women from domestic violence and wanted stricter penalties.

PHOENIX — Over 75 million people in the United States were under extreme heat alerts Monday as a heat wave moved eastward, and the mid-Atlantic and New England were likely to see highs in the 90s as the week progresses.

NEW YORK – Constantine Iordanou, the well-known Cypriot businessman, passed away on June 16 due to a heart attack.

NICOSIA -Cyprus’ biggest tourism drawing card - its beaches - could vanish in the next 50 years because of rising sea levels and climate change that world governments hare largely ignored, Cyprus Institute scientist Giorgos Zittis has warned.

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1 of 2 Abducted Louisiana Children is Found Dead in Mississippi after Their Mother is Killed

JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — A Louisiana woman was found dead in her home Thursday, and her two young daughters were abducted and found hours later in Mississippi — one dead and the other alive, police said.

After Rare Flash Flood Emergency, Florida Prepares for More Heavy Rainfall in Coming Days

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) — A tropical disturbance has brought a rare flash flood emergency to much of southern Florida as residents prepared to weather more heavy rainfall on Thursday and Friday.

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