An earthquake with a magnitute of 4.8 hit the Aegean province of İzmir early on Dec. 25.
A 4.5-magnitude earthquake rattled the Aegean Sea early on Dec. 8, according to an official statement.
While Greece is planning the upgrading of its F-16 fighter jet fleet, the Turkish air-force violated Greek airspace over the Aegean Sea 33 times on Friday. The violations and infringements took place by the CN-235 reconnaissance airplane over the North-eastern, central and south-eastern Aegean Sea, while there were two infringements of the Athens FIR.
John Behrakis, Alkis Konstantinidis and Alexander Avramidis, the three Greek Reuters photographers who won the Pulitzer prize in the category for ‘Breaking News’, managed to convey the ordeal and the personal stories of the refugees crossing the Aegean Sea in search of a safer and better life for them and their families.
Turkish and Greek diplomats will continue to discuss finding ways to resolve the decades-old Aegean problem and draw a border in the Aegean Sea.