The New York Times
· A Classically Inspired House, Complete with Tragedy →
Théodore and his wife, Fanny — in real life, and in Mr. Goetz/Leccia’s telling — lived near equally privileged relatives from the Ephrussi and Rothschild families, who built a pink Florentine palazzo on their patch of Mediterranean waterfront.
· Belgian Prince Joachim tests positive for coronavirus after going to Spanish lockdown party →
In Barcelona, bathers were moved off the beach after some were spotted breaching rules by swimming in the Mediterranean, police said over the weekend.
· Tunisia's sea turtles are beating the odds as they inch towards survival →
Years of marine conservation efforts throughout the Mediterranean are beginning to pay dividends in Tunisia, with activists expecting a further increase in the number of sea turtles visiting the country’s beaches to build their nests this year.
· Wars without end: why is there no peaceful solution to so much global conflict? →
To the consternation of Italy and the EU, the country has become a Mediterranean stepping-off point for northwards migration.
· Great Southern Land: Ripe time to taste tour WA's other top wine region →
A Mediterranean climate and long ripening season produces exceptional quality fruit with intense flavours.
· Inquiry clears Malta's PM over migrant deaths →
The magistrate who cleared Abela and the others nevertheless asked police to keep looking into the activities of the smuggler suspected of having tried to get the migrants across the Mediterranean.
· Mediterranean sorrow as virus upends greeting rituals →
MARSEILLE, May 31 — To greet friends and acquaintances by kissing, hugging and shaking hands is considered part of the essence of Mediterranean identity.
· A decade has passed, but the Mavi Marmara killings I saw still shape me →
In an instant, what was a peaceful night in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea, turned into a dawn of death and horror.
· Spain's daily coronavirus death toll drops to a handful →
In Barcelona, bathers were moved off the beach after some were spotted breaching rules by swimming in the Mediterranean, police said on Saturday.
· Mainstream parties make ‘fragile’ pact against far-right National Rally in France’s Perpignan →
Perpignan on France’s Mediterranean coast is seen as the best bet for the National Rally (formerly National Front) as it seeks to win a major city in the second round of the country’s local elections on June 28.