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The ship Ever Given, which blocked the Suez Canal for a week, was confiscated by the Egyptian authorities
Cairo has entered into a dispute over the payment and amount of compensation for damages in connection with a weekly downtime of the waterway with the Japanese company Shoei Kisen Kaisha, which owns the container ship.
"The vessel has been officially confiscated," Osama Rabi, head of the Suez Canal Administration, announced on Egyptian state television.
According to media reports, the largest Arab republic is demanding about $ 1 billion in compensation for damage to the channel and business losses associated with the blockage.
According to the Egyptian side, it is estimated at $ 3.5 billion, currently located in the Great Bitter Lake, about halfway along the Suez Canal.
In Egypt, near the city of Luxor, archaeologists have discovered the "lost city of gold", which existed 3000 years ago
The ancient city, lost in the sands of Egypt, has already been recognized as one of the most important archaeological finds since the tomb of Tutankhamun.
On April 3, an unusual and unique spectacle was organized in Cairo: the "parade of mummies" of the pharaohs
During the event, 22 ancient mummies (18 kings and four queens) will be transported from the old Egyptian National Museum to the new National Museum of Egyptian Civilization, located about 5 kilometers from their previous location.
The spectacular event was named “The Golden Parade of the Pharaohs”.
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.