Egyptian authorities have seized a massive cargo ship which blocked the Suez Canal for almost a week last month, amid a dispute over financial damages, the state-run Al Ahram news outlet said on Tuesday.An Egyptian court ordered the vessel’s Japanese owner, Shoei Kisen Kaisha, to pay $900 million in compensation as a result of losses inflicted when the Panamanian-flagged Ever Given prevented marine traffic from transiting through the vital global trade waterway.
Cairo, Egypt.Power Suez Canal (SCA) 16 916 million in compensation (916 million euros) To Ship owners Cargo ship “Always given”, The British insurance company UK P&I Club reported on Tuesday.That ship Blocked circulation Via the canal since Stuck In its waters on March 23rd refloated, On March 29, after repeated attempts.
Egyptian authorities impounded a massive cargo vessel that blocked the Suez Canal last month, the canal chief and a judicial official said Tuesday.The ship was impounded amid a financial dispute with its owner.Lieutenant General Osama Rabie said the hulking Ever Given would not be allowed to leave the country until a compensation amount is settled on with the vessel's Japanese owner, Shoei Kisen Kaisha Ltd. "The vessel is now officially impounded," he told Egypt's state-run television late Monday.
This ship has not sailed.Egyptian authorities seized the Ever Given on Monday, saying the ship’s owner owes $900 million for its week-long blockage of the Suez Canal.Egypt calculated the figure shortly after the ship was freed from its sandy trap on March 29, and an Egyptian court approved the order earlier this week.
Egyptian authorities on Monday released Khaled Dawoud from prison, after the prominent journalist and government critic spent more than a year and a half in pretrial detention.Dawoud’s arrest in September 2019 came as Cairo launched a sweeping crackdown on anti-government protesters, during which security forces rounded up more than 2,000 people calling for President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi’s removal.
At least 18 people have died in a bus and truck accident in Egypt, reports Akhbar El-Yom Wednesday, April 14th.The accident occurred on the line Assiut – Red Sea.A bus en route from Cairo to Sohag flew into a truck with oil products at high speed, which stopped due to a malfunction.
CAIRO – A bus overturned while trying to pass a truck on a highway in southern Egypt on Tuesday, causing a collision that killed at least 20 people and injured three others, authorities said.The bus was travelling from Cairo when it turned over and was hit by the truck on a road in the southern province of Assiut, 320 kilometers (199 miles) south of Cairo, Assiut Gov.
Suez Canal chiefs on Tuesday implemented an Egyptian court order to seize the giant cargo ship that blocked the waterway for almost a week in March.The Suez Canal Authority (SCA) is claiming $916 million in compensation for lost revenue, damage to the canal, equipment and labor used to free the ship, and reputational harm.
The Suez Canal Authority has now officially impounded the giant containership Ever Given under a lien issued yesterday by the Ismailia Economic Court.The order comes as the ship remains in the Great Bitter Lake, where it was towed after blocking the canal for more than six days.
Oympiacos and Egypt international striker, Ahmed Hassan Kouka, discussed lifting his second Greek Super League title and contracting Covid-19.On Sunday night, Kouka’s brace helped his side complete a comeback against arch-rivals Panathinaikos to secure a 3-1 win and lift their second back-to-back the league title.
The Suez Canal Authority is responding to online reports that the real star of the Ever Given’s salvage, the guy with the digger, has not been paid for his efforts.We’ve seen this story in a few places now.But from what we can tell it was first reported by Business Insider that the 28-year-old operator of the little excavator that could worked 21-hour days to free the stuck ship and, as of April 8, he had still not been paid his overtime!
CAIRO (AP) — Egyptian authorities impounded a massive cargo vessel that blocked the Suez Canal last month amid a financial dispute with its owner, the canal chief and a judicial official said Tuesday.Lt. Gen. Osama Rabie said the hulking Ever Given would not be allowed to leave the country until a compensation amount is settled on with the vessel’s Japanese owner, Shoei Kisen Kaisha Ltd. “The vessel is now officially impounded,” he told Egypt’s state-run television late Monday.
JAKARTA — Surging coronavirus cases in many parts of the world overshadowed the start of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan on Tuesday, with festivities curtailed by contagion fears.Europe, the worst-hit continent, passed the threshold of one million coronavirus deaths, while South Asian countries battle a spiralling outbreak of the disease that has crippled the global economy.