A salvage attempt of the burnt-out cargo ship X-Press Pearl has failed and it has now partly sunk off the coast of Sri Lanka. The damage to the environment caused by the burning and leaking chemicals and plastic is enormous, according to the navy. But leaking oil,...
Israel holds Iran responsible for the oil spill that stained beaches with a tar-like substance last month. Environmental Protection Minister Gila Gamliel said the issue is being treated as a terrorist incident. Earlier in the day, she announced that the ship...
Israel’s environment minister has stressed that the search for the perpetrators of the environmental disaster in Israel continues. The authorities initially had about ten vessels in their sights that may have been involved, but have now significantly expanded...
Israel is searching for the ship responsible for a major oil spill that led the country to close all beaches along the Mediterranean Sea. Environment Minister Gila Gamliel says there is ‘a more than reasonable chance’ that the vessel in question can be...
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