Storm uncovers 1,800-year-old shipwreck carrying rare precious cargo
The ship carrying the precious cargo likely became wrecked during a storm around 1,800 years ago, according to archaeologists.
The Solution to Turkey's Geopolitical Dilemma in the East Med? Greece
Wishful thinking or not, diplomacy has prevailed in the East Mediterranean since a devastating earthquake killed more than 50,000 people in Turkey and Syria on Feb. 6.
Meloni Needs To Stand Firm on Immigration
Brussels is out of touch with democratic people's movements, such as the one led by Meloni, across EU member states.
Russia nuclear submarines deployed off U.S. coast spark alarm
Moscow has been producing a series of submarines that have the capability to reach the most critical targets in the United States or continental Europe.
NATO Membership Gives Turkey the Ultimate Leverage
Turkey's ambition for the 21st century is to be a global power at the intersection of Europe and Asia.
Israel strikes major deal to bolster Europe's oil and gas supplies
Israeli Prime Minister Yair Lapid described the deal as a "historic achievement" that would "strengthen Israel's security" and boost Israel's economy.
U.S. Navy Salvages Fighter Jet Blown into Sea
"The recovery efforts demonstrate the U.S. Navy's capabilities to conduct deep-water search and recovery operations world-wide," said the Sixth Fleet.
Honeymooners Flood to 'World's Smallest Hotel' Which Costs $70 a Night
"People actually pay 70 bucks a night to sleep in a car with rugs and some food?" one user joked.
U.S. Navy Fighter Jet Blown Off Aircraft Carrier Into Mediterranean Sea
A blogger said that while aircraft can go overboard during flight operations at sea, they should be secured during bad weather and shouldn't be blown off a carrier's deck.
The Demise of the EastMed Pipeline
Energy independence is best, energy diversity is good and working with your friends and allies on both is crucial.
Over 160 Migrants Have Drowned off Libya in a Week as More Flee to Europe
International Organization for Migration spokeswoman Safa Msehli said recent incidents have brought the death toll this year to about 1,500 migrants drowned.
Middle East Now Produces Almost as Much Greenhouse Gas as EU
Scientists request that Middle East policymakers demand the switch from fossil fuels to renewable energy to avoid climate change-related effects.
Russia's Military Display Shows It Still Leads the Hypersonic Arms Race
Moscow has—for the first time—deployed aircraft capable of carrying the Kinzhal hypersonic missile.
Dramatic Photos Show Officer Hoisting Drowning Baby to Safety
The photos of the rescue effort were taken as thousands of migrants entered Spain's North African enclaves.
Spanish Enclave Sees Record Number of Migrants Enter Region in Single Day
At least 6,000 people, including 1,500 minors, swam from Morocco to the bordering Spanish enclave of Ceuta on Africa's north coast on Monday.
The Italian Government and the Migration Crisis
The implications of Italy's flouting humanitarian norms stretch far beyond the hundreds that continue to perish off the Libyan coast in the absence of a humanitarian presence.
Unholy Alliance? What's Uniting Greece, Israel, Cyprus and the UAE?
Europe is increasingly being enmeshed in Middle Eastern rivalries and geopolitical strife.
Pregnant Migrant With Coronavirus Gives Birth in Helicopter
The woman was being airlifted from Lampedusa to a hospital in Sicily only an hour away, but gave birth while airborne.
Can Lebanon Survive? Massive Beirut Explosion Follows 'Crisis Upon Crisis'
"We have nothing here, and it keeps getting worse by the day. I have wasted my youth," Mohammad Hijazi told Newsweek.
Washington Must Address Turkey's Rising Aggression Amid COVID-19
Turkey is a very destabilizing presence in the Eastern Mediterranean region.
Whale With Sliced Off Tail Photographed Dying in the Mediterranean
"When you see the state of her body, you know she is going to die," said Arnaud Gauffier from WWF France
Russia is Eyeing the Mediterranean. The U.S. and NATO Must Be Prepared
Moscow has not had a major military base in the Mediterranean since Egypt ordered out Soviet forces in 1972 has. This is changing.
Navy Protests 'Irresponsible' Russian Fighter Interception of U.S. Plane
Tuesday's incident was the third dangerous interception in two months, the Navy said in a statement.
Navigating the U.S./China/Israel Triangle
Israel has been forced to reach out to China for greater investment. There are lessons here for policymakers, moving forward.
Newly-Discovered 'Lost Continent' Found Buried Under Mediterranean
The land mass, now called Greater Adria, split from supercontinent Gondwana 240 million years ago during the Triassic Period—but was forced into the Earth's mantle 140 million years later, when it came into contact with what is now Southern Europe.
The Ultimate Guide to Portugal
From the breathtaking beaches, to the Mediterranean cuisine and wine, explore Portugal like a local.
Small Amounts of Alcohol in Mediterranean Diet Could Boost Brain Health
Scientists studied people from the age of 25 for 30 years to understand how diet affects brain health.
#FreePia Campaign for Woman Facing Prison for Helping Refugees Goes Viral
"The worst has already come to pass...Sea rescue missions have been criminalized," said Pia Kemp.
Greece: America's New Key Strategic Partner
The discovery of natural gas fields in the Eastern Mediterranean is redrawing the world's energy map, and few are better poised to support America's interests than Greece.
Europe is Colluding in Rape and Torture of Refugees
The Libyan coastguard has enjoyed all kind of support from European governments in exchange for preventing refugees and migrants from reaching European shores - even if such cooperation results in torture.