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a town in southeast Ohio

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a university town in northeast Georgia

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During the 2004 Summer Olympic Games in Athens, Greece, the USG interagency partnership, international community, Greek government, and Hellenic society came together and embraced the spirit of the Olympic Games.
ATHENS, Greece - Passed over by every NBA team and known mostly for his last-second miss in Sydney, a Lithuanian guard finally made a name for himself:
The first modern Games were held in Athens, Greece, in 1896, with 245 athletes representing 14 countries.
ATHENS, Greece, Jumada I 11, 1435, Mar 12, 2014, SPA -- A 24-hour strike by civil servants disrupted public services in Greece Wednesday as the country's government struggled to hammer out a deal on further austerity measures with international creditors, AP reported.
ATHENS, GREECE Nikolas Nassios, 83, died Friday, January 12, 2007, at his home in Athens, Greece.
ATHENS, Greece - How did Sarah Farnworth get here and why are most of her teammates on the Greek softball team speaking English?
ATHENS, Greece, Rabi'II 20, 1435, Feb 20, 2014, SPA -- European Union defense ministers are gathering in Athens to discuss European military operations and cooperation in a two-day informal meeting, which will also be attended by NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen, AP reported.
ATHENS, Greece - Athens organizers said Sunday they're not concerned with low attendance figures at most Olympic venues, claiming, instead, to be pleased with fan turnout for sports such as swimming and beach volleyball competitions.
Chef Crane was chosen for his expertise preparing for and serving the thousands of athletes and officials at the 2004 Summer Olympic Games in Athens, Greece.
ATHENS, Greece - Three thousand years later, the Greeks got around to giving us something else noteworthy.
Samaritan established its European headquarters in Athens, Greece to allow access to the markets of East Europe, Asia and African regions with a high proportion of HIV patients, a target population for our most advanced drug SP-01A.
ATHENS, Greece - It's showtime for the 2004 Athens Olympics, a massive production modern skeptics doubted would reach this stage.