Mediterranean в новостях

Публикации и примеры предложений
The China Post
· 11 people drowned at rocky beach in northern Egypt  
The tragedy unfolded at a beach in the Mediterranean city of Alexandria, when a young boy ran into the sea and began having difficulties, said the city’s central tourism administration.
· Sojin Oh’s 3-D Nail Art Takes Its Cues From Nature  
Here, she riffs off of the prismatic Mediterranean Geckos, which “are everywhere in Palm Springs,” she says.
· Down to Earth with Zac Efron: Stunning countries actor visits - and now you can too  
Italian island Sardinia is the second-largest island in the Mediterranean Sea, after Sicily.
Washington Post
· Cyprus: US military training won’t harm Russia, China ties  
“This is part of our efforts to enhance relationships with key regional partners to promote stability in the Eastern Mediterranean,” Pompeo said.
The New York Times
· A Veggie Burger Unlike the Others  
There are many similar chopped salads served throughout the Eastern Mediterranean, but this version with halved sweet cherry tomatoes is especially attractive.
· UK travellers hope to salvage holidays as government eases quarantine rules  
The traditional British summer getaway to the sun-soaked beaches of the Mediterranean Sea is set to pick up steam Friday as U.K. quarantine restrictions are removed from dozens of countries, including France, Greece and Italy.
The Independent
· Thousands of blue jellyfish clog cooling system in Israeli power plant  
They were reportedly first spotted in Israel in the summer of 1976, some 100 years after the opening of the canal that connects the Mediterranean and Red Seas.
· Lebanon 'spiralling out of control': UN rights chief  
For months, the Mediterranean country has grappled with its worst economic crisis since the 1975-1990 civil war.
The Economist
· The Line of Beauty: Sex, anger, lust, danger: the semiotics of scarlet  
No self-respecting pope was going to maintain the symbol of his authority by enriching the enemy: in 1467, Paul II issued a decree that put cardinals in a hot shade of scarlet derived from a parasite that preyed on Mediterranean oak trees.