'Why now? “Pericles” is a play about migration, about storm-tossed passengers who risk their lives travelling across the Mediterranean and Aegean Seas.’ Adam Smyth considers the resurgence of ‘Pericles’, via the novels of Ali Smith and Mark Haddon:
‘Why now? “Pericles” is a play about migration, about storm-tossed passengers who risk their lives travelling across the Mediterranean and Aegean Seas.’ Adam Smyth considers the resurgence of ‘Pericles’, via the novels of Ali Smith and Mark Haddon:
Stopping an Iranian oil tanker in the Mediterranean is one thing. Stopping a Russian one in the Aegean Sea is quite another
OPINION | What is developing before our eyes is a systematic strategy engineered by Turkey to bring into question the status quo in the Aegean and Eastern Mediterranean regions
The earliest documented instances of piracy were in the 14th century BC, when the Sea Peoples, a group of ocean raiders, attacked the ships of the Aegean and Mediterranean civilizations.
A largest-ever Turkish drill is being conducted simultaneously for the first time in all three seas surrounding the country, namely Mediterranean, Aegean and Black Seas. Analysts say it shows Ankara's determination to protect its maritime interests
“The incidents in the Eastern Mediterranean and the Aegean have once again shown that our Naval Forces should be just as strong as other units of ours. We will never allow initiatives that are aimed at rendering it almost impossible for Turkey to set foot in the sea.”
President Erdoğan: “Those who assumed they could engage in activities in the Eastern Mediterranean and the Aegean at the cost of Turkey have now started to understand how wrong they were. We will not allow bandits at sea, just as we have punished terrorists in Syria.”
UNDER THE SEA: Archaeologists have discovered at least 58 shipwrecks, many laden with antiquities, in an underwater ship graveyard in Greece, in what they say may be the largest concentration of ancient shipwrecks in the Aegean Sea and possibly the Mediterranean to date.
UPDATE: After 20,129 people rescued, MSF has ended #Mediterranean sea ops. Still Aegean SAR