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May 2007 Week 3

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CAIRO (AP) — Egyptian antiquities authorities Saturday unveiled ancient workshops and tombs they say were discovered recently at a Pharaonic necropolis just outside the capital Cairo.

FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) — A 15-year-old soccer player has died after suffering severe brain injuries during a post-match brawl with an opposing team at an international youth tournament in Germany over the weekend, officials said Wednesday.

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden has nominated a highly decorated Marine officer who has been involved in the transformation of the force to be the next Marine Corps commandant.

Earth has pushed past seven out of eight scientifically established safety limits and into “the danger zone,” not just for an overheating planet that's losing its natural areas, but for well-being of people living on it, according to a new study.

PORT JEFFERSON, NY – As part of the AHEPA Day celebration on May 21, AHEPA Port Jefferson Chapter 319 awarded three students at Stony Brook University’s (SBU) Center for Hellenic Studies a total of $3,000 for their winning essays in a scholarship competition sponsored by the chapter.

NEW YORK (AP) — A New York City police officer is speaking out against the use of “courtesy cards” by friends and relatives of his colleagues on the force, accusing department leaders of maintaining a sprawling system of impunity that lets people with a connection to law enforcement avoid traffic tickets.

NEW YORK – Yia Mas is hosting the last dance class of the season on Tuesday, June 6, 7:30 PM, at the Archdiocesan Cathedral of the Holy Trinity Undercroft, 337 East 74th Street in Manhattan.

NEW YORK – Hellenic Professional Women (HPW) is kicking off summer with events in June in New York and Florida.

WARSAW, Poland (AP) — A priceless 16th century Italian painting that was looted by Nazi Germany during World War II and discovered in Japan has been returned to Poland, authorities in Warsaw said Wednesday.

ATHENS - Often touted as one of the best times to visit Greece to avoid summer crowds and have weather good enough for swimming, May ended with wild thunderstorms in Athens and rain across the country and continued cool.

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