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Two trains collided in Egypt
32 people died, dozens were injured.
The collision took place near the city of Takhta in the Sohag region, Upper Egypt. According to the Egyptian Ministry of Health, 84 people were injured.
Traffic on the Suez Canal, which was blocked for a week after the container ship "Ever Given" ran aground, has been restored
Al-Sisi said that the Egyptians managed to end the crisis in the Suez Canal, despite the complexity of this process.
“The whole world can have confidence in the path of its goods through this axial navigation artery,” he wrote.
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Up to 20,000 cubic meters of sand must be removed from the Suez Canal to free the giant container ship Ever Given, which has been stuck there since Tuesday
Ever Given, a 400-meter-long container ship, ran aground in an Egyptian canal during difficult weather conditions - a wind of 40 knots and a sandstorm caused poor visibility and poor navigation.
The container ship is currently blocking transit in both directions through one of the world's busiest delivery channels for goods, oil, grain and other products linking Asia and Europe
Traffic in the Suez Canal has been suspended due to an attempt to displace a 400 m long container ship that blocked the waterway, more than 100 ships are stuck in a traffic jam
Ever Given ran aground on a diagonal in the single-lane section of the South Canal on Tuesday morning - the helmsman lost control due to strong winds and a dust storm.
The container ship is currently blocking transit in both directions through one of the world's busiest delivery channels for goods, oil, grain and other products linking Asia and Europe.
The Suez Canal Authority (SCA) said in a statement that eight 160-ton tugboats were trying to push Ever Given off the banks of the canal.
According to Peter Berdowski, CEO of Dutch company Boskalis, which is trying to free the ship, it is too early to say how long the job might take.
“We cannot rule out that it could take several weeks, depending on the situation,” Berdowski said.
He said that the bow and stern of the ship were raised on both sides of the canal.
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New York Subway Baby.
Danny stewart was Rushing to meet his boyfriend for dinner when he ran post something lying on the floor of a New York Subway station. Soon he would treasure it more than anything else in the world.
It was around eight O'clock on 28 August 2000, just past the Frenzy of the NewYork Rush hour when a Subway train rattled. Down the track into 14th street station, in the chelsea district of Manhattan, Danny Stewart, 34 was late for dinner with his partner pPete Mercurio,32.
The couple had met three years earlier through a friend in Pete's softball team. later Danny had moved in with Pete and his flatmate, but on this summer evening he had been Back to his sublet apartment in Harlm to pick up the post. As Danny was hurrying out of the station something caught his eye.
He was puzzled, why would a child leave a doll on the ground, but he continued up the stairs to the exit.
Florida Toxic Wastewater Leak.
A state of emergency has been declared in Florida after a leak from a large pond of Toxic wastewater in Tampe Bay.
More rhan 300 homes in the area have been evacuated and a motorway near the piney point reservoir has been closed. On Sunday Florida Governor Ron Desantis Said, the water wasn't radioactive and was primarily salt water from a dredging project mixed with legacy process water and storm water runoff.
The priority was to prevent a real catastrophic flood situation, he said. The pond where the leak was found is in a stack of phosphogypsum, a radioactive waste product from the manufacture of fertiliser. Attempts to repair the leak late on Friday, by plugging the hole with rocks and other materials, were unsuccessful.
On Sunday water was being pumped out of the pond at a rate of 33 million gallon a day.
Jordan Crown Prince Arrested.
The former Crown Prince of Jordan is accused of trying to mobilise tribal leaders against the government, the country's deputy prime minister says.
Prince Hamzah bin Hussein worked with foreign entities to destabilise the state, Ayman Safadi Said. The prince had earlier released two videos to media, claiming he was being held under house arrest. He denied conspiracy, but accused Jordan's leaders of corruption and incompetence.
Sixteen people, including a former adviser to king Abdulah and another member of the royal family, were arrested on saturday for allegedly threatening security. In his videos, Prince Hamzah, the king's half brother said, he had been told he could not go out or communicate with people.
The move is thought to follow a visit by the prince to tribal leaders, where he is said to have garnered some support.