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An aerial view of Punta Prima, Menorca.

Huge swarms of jellyfish are making it difficult to swim in the Mediterranean — and they’re there because tuna is disappearing from t...

Menorca is home to 628 species of seaweed, fish, and shellfish. However, unregulated fishing, tourism, and pollution are destroying its marine life.
The Russian guided-missile frigate Admiral Makarov arrives at the Bay of Sevastopol to join Russia's Black Sea Fleet in Sevastopol, Crimea October 5, 2018.

5 photos of the Admiral Makarov, the frigate Russia deployed to the Mediterranean with cruise missiles ready to hit Syria

Russia deployed a new frigate armed with long-range Kalibr cruise missiles to the Mediterranean Sea. Here's what this warship can be armed with.

You can party on this Pirates of the Caribbean-inspired ship that’s sailing the Mediterranean – take a look on board

The 'Black Pearl' has food, drink, party games, and even has its own Captain Jack Sparrow on board.

There was a nutty German plot to drain the Mediterranean sea and merge Europe and Africa

Long before the Nazis took power, a nutty German plan to link Africa and Europe threatened to reshape the world map.

Scientists found a surprising relationship between people who ate more pasta and their health

A new study looks at how pasta-eating habits match up to people's weight.
The Royal Navy nuclear-powered submarine HMS Astute off the Isle of Skye in northwest Scotland, October 22, 2010.

A British sub was reportedly tracked by Russian subs in a ‘cat-and-mouse’ pursuit before the latest strikes in Syria

Russian and NATO submarines have come into increasing contact in the waters around Europe in recent years.