I'm pretty sure that the correct preposition is of:
I'll probably start working on this issue in the week of June, 8th.
However, there are thousands of hits on Google using the preposition from.
I guess there are many usages of non-natives among those; but it also appears to me that people tend to use from when talking about a period of time:
I'll probably work on this issue in the week from 8th through 12th of June.
This tendency is probably based on the fact that it is "from ... to/through ...":
I'll be working on this issue from 8th to 12th of June.
Question: Is "in the week from" correct/acceptable if a period of time follows? Are there perhaps differences between American, British, and other dialects of English?
Or is it plainly wrong to add the preposition from to the prepositional phrase in the week, disregarding what follows next?