Scallops are a gourmet delicacy enjoyed around Europe, but there is nothing delicate about the scallop war between British and French fishermen taking place on the high seas this week.
The Channel Tunnel, which connects southern England with northern France, is marking its 25th anniversary. The world's longest undersea tunnel took some 200 years to build, with various changes and pauses along the way.
The European Union has formally recognized the government in Tripoli. However, French officials seem to be playing both sides. Many Libyans want France's government to butt out — and General Haftar continues to advance.
An end looks to be in sight to the "Scallop Wars" after talks between government and industry representatives from the UK and France. The feud saw British and French fishing vessels embroiled in bitter offshore battles.
France says it's prepared to deploy its navy to prevent confrontations with British fishermen over access to scallop-rich seabeds. The "Scallop Wars" have led to rival boats charging at each other in open waters.
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