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The talks began last year and are being mediated by the United States, but hit an impasse in May.
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The site, located just above the seabed, might be the region’s largest mating location for deep-sea sharks.
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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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