France dispatches hundreds of firefighters to battle a wildfire that broke out in Var in the south, where several campsites have been evacuated and people asked to avoid congesting the roads.
Photographs posted on social media show huge walls of flame and billowing clouds of smoke towering over villages in the forested hills in Algeria, becoming the latest Mediterranean country to be hit by wildfires.
Discovered by Polish archaeologists, an urban complex within the ancient city of Marea without defensive walls was probably built to serve the needs of Christian pilgrims on their way to visit the St Menas shrine at Abu Mena.
Regional players Algeria, Egypt, Turkey, UAE, and France have shown interest in the political situation, and the immediate effects will most likely be felt in Libya and the Eastern Mediterranean.
Report published by the rights group focuses on refugees and migrants forcibly returned to Libya detention camps, finding new evidence of abuses, including being forced to barter sex for clean water, food and access to sanitation.
A French NGO rescued the migrants but they have been waiting for EU nations to let them disembark. Italy has reportedly agreed to let the ship dock at its port.
Under a settlement deal, MV Ever Given ship moves towards the Mediterranean Sea after Cairo and the vessel’s Japanese owner reach an agreement on an undisclosed compensation amount.
"The navy rescued 84 migrants and 43 others drowned in a boat that set off from Libya's Zuwara towards Europe,” Red Crescent official Mongi Slim says.
Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu says the forum was one of the first and biggest international events during the pandemic and it was held under compliance with all health measures.
No country has claimed Mayun Island military base but Israeli military intelligence news site says the construction is a "UAE military project" meant to control shipping in strategic Bab al Mandeb strait.
The island's mayor appealed to the Italian government to deal with the issue after local media reported that many people took to sleeping on mattresses outdoors after the housing centre had filled up.
Lebanon and Israel began negotiations about their Mediterranean Sea maritime borders in October to try to resolve a dispute that has held up hydrocarbon exploration in the potentially gas-rich area. Here's what we know:
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