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.
· 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.
· 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 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.