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For years, it has been viewed as a shipping route, a source for marine resources, a beachside resort, even a possible garbage dump, says Professor Ilana Berman-Frank of the University of Haifa.
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A diplomatic note by Turkey claimed that the proposed undersea cable passes through its territorial waters in the eastern Mediterranean Sea.
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The “USS Monterey” guided missile cruiser joined forces with Israeli Sa’ar 4.5-class missile boats for the operation.
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The “Minerva Helen” was not the source of the ecological disaster, says Israel's Environmental Protection Ministry after inspecting the vessel.
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In the meantime, samples have been sent to Agriculture Ministry laboratories for testing, to rule out the presence of contaminants.
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Tons of poisonous black tar have washed up along Israel's entire Mediterranean coastline since Friday. The source of the pollution, likely an oil spill, is currently under investigation.
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Their high diversity and presence in all marine habitats make them ideal candidates for monitoring ongoing pollution and its impacts.
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A panel by the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung Israel and the Haifa Maritime Policy & Strategy Research Center brought together security and naval experts from around the world to discuss U.S., E.U., Chinese, Russian and Turkish interests in expanding their naval presence and what the future holds for the region.
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The state-of-the-art German-made Sa'ar 6 will form a central pillar in Israel’s ability to secure its economic waters and naval energy resources, which are under mounting threat from Hezbollah’s arsenal, Hamas and Iranian forces in the region.
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