Black Sea News
Fishing Groups in 4 States Seek Atlantic Wind Farm Delay
Commercial fishing companies, trade groups and seaport communities in four states have asked a court to stop the federal government from auctioning off the rights to develop an offshore windfarm in the Atlantic Ocean between New York and New Jersey
NATO Commander Says 150 Turkish Officers Have Left Post-Coup
NATO's top military officer said Wednesday that about 150 Turkish officers have been recalled or retired from the alliance's high command since a failed coup attempt in Turkey, placing a significant burden on his staff
Russia's Putin Warns Artists Against Offending Believers
President Vladimir Putin is pledging to protect the freedom of artistic expression in Russia, but also urging artists to be careful not to offend religious believers
Ex-Ukrainian President Testimony Postponed
Video testimony by Ukraine's ousted president has been postponed in the trial of five former special forces policemen charged with fatally shooting scores of demonstrators
What You Should Know If You're Considering a Trip to Turkey
Mediterranean beaches, ancient cities and 15th-century castles have encouraged millions of tourists to explore Turkey. With two of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, the nation that borders the Black Sea and the Mediterranean and is a bridge between Europe and Asia has long been a top
US-Russia Brokered Syria Cease-Fire Begins
The new, nationwide ceasefire that the United States and Russia hope to enforce inside Syria is set to begin at sundown today, at around 12 noon ET. Parameters for the cessation of hostilities, announced Friday by Secretary of State John Kerry and Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, call on
US and Russia Agree on New Syria Cease-Fire Plan
The United States and Russia have agreed on the terms of another cease-fire in Syria and have called on warring parties across the nation to stop fighting at sundown on Sept. 12, the same day the Muslim Eid al-Adha holiday begins, Secretary of State John Kerry announced from Switzerland tonight.
White House Attempts to Broker Syria Cease-Fire as Time Runs Out
Secretary of State John Kerry is leaving Washington, D.C., tonight for Geneva, where he's scheduled to meet Friday with his Russian counterpart, Sergey Lavrov, hoping to broker a cease-fire in Syria and expand humanitarian assistance, the State Department announced today. With about four months
Russian Fighter Comes Within 10 Feet of US Navy Plane
A U.S. Navy reconnaissance plane had a close encounter with a Russian fighter that came within 10 feet of the aircraft as it flew in international airspace over the Black Sea . It is the latest encounter between the two militaries that American officials have labeled "unsafe and unprofessional".
Ginger Zee Food Forecast Facebook Live: Maine Lobster
Ginger Zee talks about "Food Forecast," a new digital series on ABCNews.com.