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"Living on a stunning Cyclades Island, in a sugar cube house with sweeping views of the Aegean Sea, was a dream come true for novelist David Young from Twickenham when he settled on the Greek island of Syros several years ago"

Turkey on Tuesday issued three navigational telexes (Navtex) covering large swathes of the Aegean Sea, saying it is in response to Greece’s militarization of the islands of Chios, Samos, Samothrace, Lemnos, Ikaria and Patmos -Turkish media

A man holds his three sons as migrants from Afghanistan arrive on a dinghy on a beach near the village of Skala Sikamias, after crossing part of the Aegean Sea from Turkey to the island of Lesbos, Greece. More of our top photos from 2020: 📷 @alkiskon 

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Turkey Defense Minister Hulusi Akar reiterates his country’s long-standing claims on the existence of “grey zones” in the Aegean Sea#Greece 

Greece has opened its first underwater museum off the coast of the Alonnisos island in the Aegean Sea. It's a new hot spot for diving, offering watery views of a 5th-century shipwreck and ancient wine vessels.

Rescue operations take place on the site of a building collapse after an earthquake struck the Aegean Sea, in the coastal province of Izmir, Turkey. More photos of the week: 📷 @kemal_aslan 

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#UPDATE  : @KSRelief_EN  will provide those affected by the Aegean Sea earthquake in #Turkey  with urgent medical and humanitarian aid #Izmir 

Rescue operations take place after an earthquake struck the Aegean Sea, in the coastal province of Izmir, Turkey. More photos of the week: 📷 Kemal Aslan

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A preliminary 7.0-magnitude earthquake has hit the Aegean Sea off Greece and Turkey, destroying at least six buildings but no reports of injuries

Terrifying CCTV footage captures moments of panic and chaos during a powerful earthquake in the Aegean Sea that killed over 100 people.

Moment a 14-year-old girl is rescued from rubble 58 hours after a magnitude 6.6 earthquake shook the city of Izmir on Turkey’s Aegean Sea coast.

BREAKING: A strong earthquake of magnitude 7 has hit holiday hotspots in Turkey and Greece. The epicentre of the tremor was in the Aegean Sea some 11 miles (17 km) off the coast of Turkey's Izmir province, at a depth of 10 miles (16km). More here:

A major earthquake in the Aegean Sea rattled parts of Greece and western Turkey, leveling structures in the western Turkish city of Izmir and severely damaging several residential buildings.

JUST IN: A 7.0-magnitude earthquake has struck the Aegean Sea off Greece and Turkey. Multiple buildings have been destroyed in the Turkish cities of Izmir, Bornova and Bayrakli, a government official said.

DEVELOPING: A strong earthquake has been reported off the Greek island of Samos in the eastern Aegean Sea, and was felt as far away as Athens and Istanbul.

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A ridiculous tweet in an even more ridiculous piece. No, @FT . Greece's islands are not decorative masses of land "dotting the coastline of Turkey" that Greece "believes" have rights. They are all part of Greece's Aegean Sea and *all* have internationally recognized rights.

Terrible news from the Aegean sea. 7 people are reported dead after a shipwreck off the Greek island of Oinouses, this morning. Our deepest condolences to their families. We stand ready to assist the survivors.