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Weekly BLOG: What Was So Nice About Nice, France?

If I ever go back to France, Nice is where I want to be! It’s an absolutely beautiful city on the Mediterranean Sea with steep rocky hills in the background. 299 more words

Cathy W. Lauro

Gravity modelling

The latest issue of Radical Philosophy (192, July/August 2015) is out now, and it includes a short essay by Martina Tazzioli, ‘The politics of counting and the scene of rescue: Border deaths in the Mediterranean’ (see also my post about… 696 more words

Humanitarianism

Mdina and Rabat

While Mdina had a distinctly Islamic name, it was clear that, like the rest of Malta, it was strictly Catholic. We entered the enclosed town over a bridge that made me think I’d crossed a moat to a castle. 87 more words

Malta

Property of the Week: Affordable Flats at Aqua Marine Site

2BR 1BA 80m2 apartments in a medium-sized gated complex with several pools; 35,000 GBP (~$54,700)

Overview: This complex of eight buildings in Didim’s Efeler neighborhood offers relaxed, modern accommodation for vacationing families or year-round retirees.   213 more words

Retirement Home

The Mediterranean Sea's Malta

I visited Malta three times, but don’t let that fool you into believing it was worth three visits. For me, it was because my daughter and her husband lived there for five years. 108 more words

Churches

Sounds like ... Summer is here!

Summer is here! Let it be incredible Summer full with joy and smile and happiness. Summer is here with the first rays of the sun and with endless days. 22 more words

Photography

Record Number of Migrants Cross into Europe

“Record Number of Migrants Crossing into Europe, U.N. Says,” by Somini Sengupta for the New York Times:

Record numbers of people crossed the Mediterranean Sea in a bid to reach the shores of Europe in the first six months of this year, and most of them were entitled to be resettled as refugees under international law, the United Nations said Wednesday.

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