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Are Israel's jellyfish getting larger? And what could it mean? - study

Some suggest that the decrease in human presence along the country's shores that is a direct result of the coronavirus can partially explain the phenomenon.

Turkish drilling vessel Yavuz sets sail in Izmit Bay, on its way to the Mediterranean Sea, off the p
Greek ambassador: Turkish threat in Mediterranean reaches Israel's shores

When it comes to Turkey, Greece’s “reflexes are a bit like [Israel's] with Iran,” Sarris said.

Surfers walk into the water of the Mediterranean Sea
6.2 magnitude earthquake strikes central Mediterranean Sea

This is the second earthquake to hit the Mediterranean this month.

By REUTERS
21/05/2020
‘Mediterranean diet improves health, brain function, longevity’

For the past three years, ‘US News & World Report’ ranks it No. 1

XYNISTERI: OLD Vine vineyard in Cyprus owned by Zambartas Winerie
Wine talk: The Eastern Mediterranean pioneers

The whole Eastern Mediterranean is now geared to growing and producing wine with individuality and quality, in a way unthought-of before.

Israel, energy and the Eastern Mediterranean

For years, Israeli officials reiterated that regional energy cooperation was not designed to exclude any other state

By GABRIEL MITCHELL
06/01/2020
Ankara’s rising ambitions fuel tension in the Eastern Mediterranean

Ankara’s actions came as no surprise and once again highlighted its growing irritation over the fact that regional states enhance cooperation in spheres of common interests, ignoring the Turkish role

By ALAEDDIN SALEH
02/01/2020
Turkey enters Libyan escalation spiral at great risk

Turkey’s formalization of its commitment to Tripoli has interlinked an already tense maritime stand-off in the Eastern Mediterranean to a new escalation spiral in the Libyan Civil War

By MICHA’EL TANCHUM
02/01/2020
Turkish drilling vessel Yavuz sets sail in Izmit Bay, on its way to the Mediterranean Sea, off the p
Turkey and Libya challenge Israel’s allies in the Mediterranean

Greece and Cyprus are leading the international opposition to the Turkish-Libyan agreement.

Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan speaks to Defence Minister Hulusi Akar on the phone at the Presiden
Turkey is trying to take over the Mediterranean, through Libya

Turkey says a new deal with Libya has “proven its capabilities to the world in a manner that is compatible with international law but also signaled its future intentions in the region."

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