A Spanish rescue group says it has found 167 migrants alive and 13 dead — including pregnant women and children — in a rubber boat drifting in the Mediterranean sea. Laura Lanuza, a spokeswoman for Spain's Proactiva Open Arms aid group, said 121 men, 40 women and six children were among those rescued...
The British and Turkish ships dock in Odessa as Kiev warns about a regression into deadly combat.
The Latest on the earthquake that hit the Aegean Sea region (all times local): 7:55 p.m. A powerful earthquake has shaken shook beach resorts in Greece and Turkey, killing two … Click to Continue »
The likely culprit is a toxic algal bloom, fueled by warmer ocean temperatures.
The author/TV host breaks bread with a bunch of cowpokes Andrew Zimmern, the man who has consumed more offal in more countries than any other person living or dead, is headed out on an American history-themed odyssey for the new season of the Travel Channel’s Bizarre Foods. Show More Summary
Two Germans die at seaside resort, hours after five policeman shot dead near Cairo Two German tourists were stabbed to death and four other foreigners were wounded in an attack at a hotel in the Egyptian Red Sea resort of Hurghada. The...Show More Summary
An amazing event took place this weekend when a family was caught in a potentially deadly rip current, which some are referring to as a riptide. A group of 70 to 80 strangers saved the lives of nine people by banding together in a human...Show More Summary
Seven children are among at least 35 people feared dead after their rubber boat sank in the sea.
Philippine police said Friday they had seized 70 dead hawksbill marine turtles, a critically endangered species illegally trafficked for its prized shell, and arrested two suspects.
Robert Farley Security, Europe Two ships that can pack quite the punch. Earlier this week HMS Queen Elizabeth, the largest aircraft carrier ever built for the Royal Navy, began sea trials. The Queen Elizabeth class represents a massive...Show More Summary
She wore diamonds and leopard-print in the Dead Sea.
She's just being Mariah. Leopard-print swimsuit and wrists full of jewelry? Check.
Already a horror fan favorite due to her roles in Fede Alvarez's DON'T BREATHE and EVIL DEAD 2013, Jane Levy is making it clear that she has no intention of leaving the genre anytime soon. She stars in the upcoming energy drink zombie movie OFFICE UPRISING, has signed on for one year of work on the Stephen King/J.J. Show More Summary
Three migrants died in the Mediterranean on Monday night, a German aid group said, during Italian-led rescue operations in which thousands more were pulled to safety from rickety boats. About 5,000 migrants were picked up off the Libyan coast by emergency services…
When humans abuse the environment and dump nitrate-and phosphorous-heavy pollutants into rivers, lakes, ponds and the sea, oxygen-deprived “dead zones” form. This is exactly what has occurred in the Gulf of Mexico and is leading to the formation of the world's largest algae bloom on record. Show More Summary
It was announced a few weeks ago that Emmy-winning actress Glenn Close (The Girl With All the Gifts) had been tapped to star in Amazon’s half-hour comedy pilot “Sea Oak”. Now, Evil Dead and Don’t Breathe star Jane Levy joins the pilot described as “a mix of zombie drama and family revenge comedy.” “Sea Oak” […]
(University of Plymouth) The causes of falling sea levels in the Dead Sea, which have significant impacts on the environment and the economy, are to be investigated in new research led by the University of Plymouth.
Antoine Pécoud, Université Paris 13 – USPC and Marta Esperti, Université Paris 13 – USPC 2016 was an extraordinarily deadly year for migrants: 5,000 people perished in the Mediterranean Sea, vastly exceeding the death toll of 3,700 in 2015. Show More Summary
Fishermen in the North Sea did take photos of the dead conjoined porpoise trapped in a net, and now Dutch biologists have reached a few conclusions.
After fishermen in the North Sea took photos of a dead conjoined porpoise trapped in a net, Dutch biologists examined the images of the unusual creature.