Tourist rescued after floating in Aegean Sea for two days
One America News Network › 1 month ago
ATHENS (Reuters) - Greece has rescued a 47-year old woman floating in a rubber dinghy in the Aegean Sea for nearly two days, coastguard officials said on Tuesday.
The Sun › 1 month ago
A TOURIST survived three days at sea in a dinghy as she drifted more than 100 miles. The 45-year-old woman was blown off course while paddling back to her British husband’s chartered yacht. She was swept across the Aegean Sea and was finally...
ABC News › 2 months ago
Albania's Defense Ministry says one of its ships in the Aegean Sea has rescued 111 migrants trying to cross into Greece, and has handed them over to Turkish authorities
Newsweek › 1 month ago
Kushila Stein was found floating in the Aegean Sea 55 nautical miles north of Heraklion in Crete.
ABC News › Incident › 2 months ago
Greek officials say they have seized 1.2 tons of marijuana stashed by a smuggling gang on a remote Aegean islet and arrested four suspected gang members following a high-speed chase at sea
ABC News › 1 week ago
Greek authorities say rescuers have safely evacuated all 14 crew members of a crippled cargo ship that was listing heavily among gale-force winds in the Aegean Sea
The New York Times › 1 week ago
Greek authorities say rescuers have safely evacuated all 14 crew members of a crippled cargo ship that was listing heavily among gale-force winds in the Aegean Sea.
Fox News › 1 month ago
A New Zealand woman was found alive off the coast of Greece on Sunday after spending two days adrift in the Aegean Sea, during which time she reportedly survived by wrapping herself in plastic bags and eating boiled candy.
USA Today › 1 month ago
Kushila Stein was adrift in the Aegean Sea, southwest of the island Folegandros, when the Hellenic Coast Guard rescued her Sunday, authorities said.
Sputnik International › 1 month ago
New Delhi (Sputnik): An abandoned tanker laden with 2,800 million tonnes naphtha is floating off the Goan coast, a tourist destination in India, and could spill its toxic content as a strong cyclone is set to bash the Arabian Sea's Coastline.