#Sea Of Azov

Kerch (Crimea Russia)

Kerch is an Azov-Black Sea port and city on Crimea Peninsula, with a population of around 150,000. Since 2014, the city is part of the Russian Federation (Republic of Crimea). The other major Russian Crimea ports are Sevastopol, Yalta, Feodosia, Yevpatoria. Kerch Strait separates the Azov Sea from the Black...
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Sevastopol (Crimea Russia)

Sevastopol is Crimea's largest city and a major Russian Black Sea port and naval base. Since 2014, the city is part of the Russian Federation. The port features a natural deep-water harbour. City's population is aruond 420,000, mostly concentrated near the bay and its surrounding areas. Since March 2014, Sevastopol is ranked federal city (one of all 3) in the Russian Federation - together with Moscow (capital) and St Petersburg. The other major Russian Crimea ports are Yalta, Feodosia, Kerch, Yevpatoria.
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Ukrainian troops land on Azov Sea coast in NATO drills

KIEV, September 24. /TASS/. Ukrainian marines landed on the coast of the Sea of Azov in the Joint Efforts 2021 drills involving NATO military personnel and combat equipment, the Ukrainian Navy’s press office reported on Friday. “An air assault company of the Ukrainian Navy’s marine infantry held tactical drills in...
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Middle Eastern Power Shifts & the Trade of Pepper from East to West

Pepper has long been the king of spices and for almost 2,000 years dominated world trade. Originating in India, it was known in Greece by the 4th century BCE and was an integral part of the Roman diet by 30 BCE. It remained a force in Europe until 1750 CE. Pepper's pathway to Europe was a long and tortuous one, which depended heavily on who controlled the Middle East.

Shipment of Steam Generators Produced for the 2nd Unit of Akkuyu NPP Has Started

Atommash, a branch of AEM Technologies A.Ş, which is part of Atomenergomash A.Ş, the machine building division of Russian State Atomic Energy Corporation Rosatom, has started the shipment of steam generators produced for the Second Unit of Akkuyu Nuclear Power Plant (NGS). 355 steam generators, each weighing 4 tons, will reach the construction site after a 3-kilometer sea voyage.

Could Snake Island be the next hot spot in Vladimir Putin’s Ukraine war?

When Vladimir Putin massed Russian forces along the Ukrainian border in spring 2021, the world held its breath in anticipation of a possible new Kremlin offensive in Moscow’s simmering seven-year war against Ukraine. While military observers continue to monitor the land border between the two countries for signs of a gathering invasion force, the next major Russian escalation may actually take place at sea.

See The Massive Swarm Of Jellyfish Taking Over A Popular Beach

For years now, activists and many world leaders have been bashing their heads over the drastic climatic changes and their dangerous after-effects, while warning the masses to put a stopper on their inclination to cause various types of pollution without sparing a single thought to the well-being of the environment. But, every now and then, nature makes it a point to remind humans that all their actions have consequences, with the latest reminder being a massive swarm of jellyfish that washed up on the shores of Crimea which has effectively postponed any potential tourist activities.

What Are the Most Polluted Seas?

The state of oceanic pollution is no laughing matter. There are an estimated 5.25 trillion pieces of plastic waste in our seas and oceans, which are responsible for killing some 100 million marine animals on an annual basis. Unless we follow the lead of climate scientists and change our wasteful ways, the situation is only going to get worse in the coming years, as well. To give an idea of the scale of the problem, here is a rundown of five of the most polluted seas found on the planet.