Boat sinking that left five people dead and 28 others missing is the latest tragedy in central Mediterranean, known as world's deadliest migration route.
Syrian regime's news agency says various missiles from the direction of the Mediterranean Sea were fired towards the airport causing 'material damage'.
Ankara along with other international players, "can certainly make a difference at the diplomatic level" towards resolving the conflict, said Italian Deputy Prime Minister Antonio Tajani during his visit to Türkiye.
Gas production would be based on the Lebanese side, but Israel would be compensated for gas extracted from its side of the line, under a separately signed deal between Total and Israel, the company says.
Selective and partial disembarkation "cannot be considered legal under maritime law conventions," says Doctors Without Borders.
Lebanon earlier said it is satisfied with the latest text drafted by US mediators and that it hopes to announce the deal with Israel as soon as possible.
After being treated, four of the eleven sea turtles in Mugla, Türkiye, will be transferred back into the Mediterranean Sea.
The shipwreck took place off the western Libyan city of Sabratha, a major launching point for the mainly African migrants making the dangerous voyage across the Mediterranean.
Athens has tried to escalate tensions in the Aegean and eastern Mediterranean with neighbour Türkiye in recent months using both military and non-military means.
Extreme heat in Europe and other countries around the Mediterranean has grabbed headlines this summer, but the rising sea temperature is largely out of sight and out of mind.
Around 600 refugees will be distributed to different regions in southern Italy to disburden the refugee centre, says Interior Ministry.
Indirect negotiations to resolve a maritime border dispute between Lebanon and Israel will be bolstered by a proposal Lebanese officials presented to a US mediator in Beirut, Washington's envoy says.
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