Ever Given ordered to remain in the Suez Canal

Container ship Ever Given will apparently not be allowed to leave the Suez Canal until the ongoing compensation case has been settled.

Photo: Mohamed Abd El Ghany/REUTERS / X02738

On Tuesday an Egyptian court rejected an appeal to lift the arrest of megaship Ever Given in the Suez Canal, informs an unnamed judicial source.

The container vessel was stranded in the Suez Canal for six days in March, blocking ocean traffic in both directions in the important canal.

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