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photo: AP / arc Israel Sellem
In this Sept. 2, 2015 photo rig is seen in Tamar natural gas field in the Mediterranean Sea off the coast of Israel. The discovery of natural gas fields off its Mediterranean coast has provided Israel a geopolitical boost with its neighbors. It’s tightened relations with Arab allies and built new bridges in a historically hostile region, even without significant progress being made toward peace with the Palestinians. (AP Photo/Marc Israel Sellem)
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Israel’s natural gas windfall in Europe is bad news for Palestinians

The Arab Weekly 28 Jun 2022
The recent news that Germany is firing up long-dormant coal-powered plants is a significant setback for years of positive growth in the green energy sector ... The projects include a gas and hydrogen pipeline in the eastern Mediterranean and an underwater power cable linking Israel to Cyprus and Greece.
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The Sociopolitical Significance of One Very Clumsy Soccer Match

The Atlantic 26 Jun 2022
There are now writers’ football teams from Austria, Denmark, England, Germany, Hungary, Israel, Italy, Northern Cyprus, Norway, Scotland, Sweden, Switzerland, and Turkey ... novelist-defender called Karl Ove Knausgård who, at that time, was known to us only for his powerful headers.
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Is there room for Israel in the EU's newly proposed political alliance? - opinion

The Jerusalem Post 25 Jun 2022
Prompted by the conflict in Ukraine, the EU is redefining its relations with the second tier of its friends and allies and examining which of them shares its democratic-liberal values ... Macron’s current proposal is far more modest ... (credit ... The laying of a power cable connecting Israel, Cyprus and Greece (and Italy) is also under discussion ... .
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Divided Cyprus joins forces to fight fire

Urdu Point 23 Jun 2022
"The fire is still raging, and we are not yet close to extinguishing it," Cyprus forestry department chief Charalambos Alexandrou told state radio ... Cyprus has been divided since 1974 when Turkish forces occupied the northern part of the island in response to a military coup sponsored by the junta in power in Greece at the time.
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Diversionary war: Turkey’s actions against Greece are a growing threat to NATO

The Hill 23 Jun 2022
The focal point, once again, is Cyprus. Greece and Cyprus are linked by ethno-linguistic ties, political history and strategic interest. If Crete “caps” the Aegean, Cyprus provides Greece a pressure point against any Anatolian or Near Eastern power that would threaten ...
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Cyprus, Greece key to Israeli energy links

Ekathimerini 17 Jun 2022
the world’s longest and deepest underwater power cable, connecting Israel with Cyprus and Greece ... In January the EU earmarked 657 million euros for the construction of the 2,000-megawatt EuroAsia Interconnector underwater electricity cable to link the power grids of Israel, Cyprus and Greece, utilizing funds from the Connecting Europe Facility.
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EU to sign gas deal with Israel, looks to East Med as alternative to Russia

The Arab Weekly 15 Jun 2022
It has signed an ambitious agreement with Greece and Cyprus to build a shared pipeline ... In January, the European Union earmarked €657 million ($736 million) for the construction of a 2,000-megawatt undersea electricity cable that will link the power grids of Israel, Cyprus and Greece.
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EU signs gas deal with Israel, Egypt in bid to ditch Russia

Al Jazeera 15 Jun 2022
In January, the EU earmarked 657 million euros ($736m) for the construction of a 2,000-megawatt undersea electricity cable that will link the power grids of Israel, Cyprus and Greece ... In 2020, Greece, Israel and Cyprus signed a deal to build an undersea pipeline to carry gas from ...
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Will dirty EU deal with Israel really tackle climate change?

The Electronic Intifada 15 Jun 2022
Honorary doctorates sometimes get handed to the least honorable people ... So honored to receive an honorary doctorate from @bengurionu ... Long Live Europe ... The “world’s longest and deepest underwater power cable, connecting Israel with Cyprus and Greece” will “over time” result in “electrification from renewable sources,” she claimed ... Selective ... .
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EU looks to east Mediterranean as gas alternative to Russia

Beaumont Enterprise 14 Jun 2022
... an ambitious agreement with Greece and Cyprus to build a shared pipeline ... In January, the European Union earmarked 657 million euros ($736 million) for the construction of a 2,000-megawatt undersea electricity cable that will link the power grids of Israel, Cyprus and Greece.
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European Union Working to Forge Gas and Power Ties With Israel

Time Magazine 14 Jun 2022
The European Union continues to explore two “major” energy projects with Israel as it works to reduce its reliance on Russian fossil fuels, European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said Tuesday. One is a power cable connecting Israel with Cyprus and Greece ... .
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EU seeks stronger energy ties with Israel to cut reliance on Russia

Business Day 14 Jun 2022
European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen and Italy’s Prime Minister Mario Draghi met Israeli officials on Tuesday, seeking to forge stronger energy ties with the Middle Eastern country and reduce their reliance on Russian fossil fuels ... One is a power cable connecting Israel with Cyprus and Greece ... Bloomberg News.
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Von der Leyen: Israel will help free EU from depending on Russian energy

The Jerusalem Post 14 Jun 2022
Two ways in which Europe plans to work with Israel, she said, is to lay the EuroAsia Interconnector, the world’s longest and deepest underwater power cable, connecting Israel to the EU electric grid via Cyprus and Greece, and the EastMed Pipeline, meant to be the world’s longest, also from Israel to Cyprus and Greece ... (credit ... Background.
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Irish FA under increasing pressure to axe Ian Baraclough after Northern Ireland manager insists he will not resign

Belfast Telegraph 13 Jun 2022
Baraclough’s team drew 2-2 at home to lowly Cyprus yesterday, giving them a woeful two points from four Nations League games this month when, before the tournament kicked off, the boss said he was aiming for 12 out of 12 ... to Greece and Kosovo, and another dismal draw in Cyprus.
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Irish FA under pressure to axe Ian Baraclough after Northern Ireland manager insists he will not resign

Belfast Telegraph 13 Jun 2022
Baraclough’s team drew 2-2 at home to lowly Cyprus yesterday, giving them a woeful two points from four Nations League games this month when, before the tournament kicked off, the boss said he was aiming for 12 out of 12 ... to Greece and Kosovo, and another dismal draw in Cyprus.

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