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Opening Remarks by UN High Commissioner for Refugees, Filippo Grandi
New study pinpoints source of largest recorded Mediterranean earthquake in AD 365
How viruses and bacteria can reach drinking water wells
New monitoring program for marine areas expands its action range to all protected marine areas in Catalonia
Victory in Europe Day
UNHCR warns of mounting refugee and migrant deaths in Central Mediterranean
Modern humans not to blame for island extinctions, study finds
‘Iberian Moorings’ compares Muslim and Jewish golden ages
Reduction in wetland areas will affect Afrotropical migratory waterbirds
Searching for Closure: New Study Examines Challenges Facing Families of Missing Migrants in UK
Casper de Jonge: ‘By broadening canon we keep antiquity modern’
Effects of storms and COVID-19 on state of rivers in Barcelona area
UNHCR and IOM Saddened by Latest Tragedy off Canary Islands
UN chief ‘realistic’ at start of fresh bid to resolve Cyprus stalemate
Ship traffic dropped during first months of Covid pandemic
South Australia’s top wine regions
South Australia’s top 5 wine regions
UK carrier strike group will sail to India on its maiden deployment
A ‘malaria-free future’ is possible, UN chief says on international day
Mounting Death Toll in Central Mediterranean Calls for Urgent Action
Libya shipwreck claims 130 lives despite SOS calls, says UN migration agency
TRANSMOW campaign to analyse circulation of Mediterranean outflow waters with new geochemical tracers
Major fly pest genetically modified in lab to produce more males
Protecting SA from fruit fly this weekend – it’s in your hands
UNHCR’s Protection Chief visits Cyprus, addresses challenges in access to asylum
Clear evidence for a link between pro-inflammatory diets and 27 chronic diseases
Warming Seas Might Also Look Less Colorful to Some Fish. Here’s Why That Matters
World Malaria Day: WHO launches effort to stamp out malaria in 25 more countries by 2025
A Manifesto for Investigating Impacts of Object Flows on Past Societies: Objectscapes
Poland joins NATO assurance mission for Turkey
UNHCR, IOM: At least 40 People Drown in Shipwreck off Tunisia
UNHCR’s Grandi commends Italy’s constructive approach to refugee protection in Europe and globally
Islands give rise to evolutionary giants and dwarfs
Mediterranean diet with lean beef may lower risk factors for heart disease
WHO calls for comprehensive, equitable access to healthcare for every Chagas disease patient
How do Mediterranean and Atlantic seabirds interact with fishing fleet and fish farms?
Researchers say we don’t know how most mammals will respond to climate change
Turkish Defence Minister hosted on board HMS Prince of Wales
Research identifies new cultural threads in goldfield early settlers
Scientists see weed as an ocean solution
UNRWA chief reports on despair and hope among Palestinian refugees
Building Momentum to Close Adaptation Knowledge Gaps in MENA Region
Maitland Taste Deconstructed and served into night
Laneway in city’s west end named after rock music royalty
Clarity still needed on effectiveness of COVID-19 vaccine passports, says UN health agency
Europe’s disregard for best interests of children on move is seriously concerning
Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III’s Phone Call With Greek Minister of National Defense Nikos Panagiotopoulos
Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III’s Phone Call With Turkish Minister of National Defense Hulusi Akar