Israeli President Herzog's official trip to Ankara next month could open a new chapter in bilateral relations of both countries, says Turkiye's President Erdogan.
A powerful explosion hit in Greek capital Athens damaging an office block and smashing nearby storefronts as one person reportedly injured.
Asylum seekers, who were rescued off the Aegean coast, were taken to land before being transferred to the provincial migration office.
Ankara steps in after the US pulls out of the ambitious yet controversial Israel-Greece-Cyprus gas pipeline project.
Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis says the new additions "make our air force one of the strongest in Europe and the Mediterranean" and bolsters the "flexibility" of Greek diplomacy.
Washington is looking 'critically at new fossil fuel infrastructure projects,' says State Department spokesperson, adding US is supportive of EuroAfrica and EuroAsia projects that are preparing the region for “clean energy transition.”
The facility will be built at a disused site at Dhekelia Garrison on island's eastern flank.
United States told Greece that the pipeline project that would supply Israeli gas to Europe through Greek-administered Cyprus creates tensions in the region with Turkiye.
A magnitude 5.7 undersea earthquake was even felt in some Egyptian cities.
The World Health Organization urges caution over the Omicron variant, saying it has a growth advantage over the Delta variant.
Turkiye expresses concern over rising casualties along migration routes due to Greek pushback policy, forcing irregular migrants and refugees to change course directly to Italy.
The latest tragedy - the third since Wednesday - came amid high smuggler activity not seen in Greek waters in months.
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