[POPULER GLOBAL] Impact of the Suez Canal Congestion | Pope Francis cuts cardinals’ wages page all

KOMPAS.com – News about the jam that is still going on Suez Canal, Egypt, become the most popular news from the Global channel.

At another place, Pope Francis decided to cut the cardinals’ salaries because the Vatican’s finances were in crisis.

Here we present the most popular international news from Kompas.com edition Thursday (25/3/2021) to Friday (26/3/2021).

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1. The Suez Canal is still jammed, many container ships are trapped, this is the impact going forward

Dozens of cargo ships carrying everything from oil to consumer goods have jammed the Suez Canal.

Companies may have to reroute cargo ships around Africa if congestion on the Suez Canal exceeds 24 hours.

Any delays in shipping and disruption of shipping could have a direct impact on LNG and gas prices in Europe.

Intrigued by the continuation of the news? You can read more here.

Also read: The Suez Canal is still jammed, many container ships are trapped, this is the impact going forward

2. Vatican Financial Crisis, Pope Francis Cuts Cardinal’s Salary

Pope Francis ordered pay cuts for cardinals to other nuns as the Vatican struggles to balance financial accounting.

“Cardinals will receive a salary cut of 10 percent starting April,” the Vatican said on Wednesday (24/3/2021).

BBC reported the group is believed to receive budgets of up to 5,000 euros ($ 5,500) a month, and some live in subsidized accommodation.

How does the story go? Find out more here.

Also read: Vatican Financial Crisis, Pope Francis Cuts Cardinal Wages

3. From This Male Butt, Doctor Remove Tape worm 17 meters long

Doctor at Thailand so surprised to find tape worm along 17 meters from a man’s buttocks.

It all started when the patient, from Nong Khai Province, came to the hospital complaining of stomach pain and flatulence.

Samples were taken, and immediately sent to the Parasite Disease Research Center located in Nakhon Ratchasima.

You can read this news in full at this link.

Also read: From this man’s buttocks, doctors remove 17 meters of tapeworms

4. Congested Suez Canal, Captain Ever Given Blame the weather for getting the ship “stuck”

The captain of the ship Ever Given revealed the severity of the weather which he said was the reason his ship could get stuck in the Suez Canal.

Sandstorms are frequent in the Sinai desert, and block the view of the captain. The 200,000 ton ship ended up getting stuck in the Suez Canal, which is one of the world’s trade routes.

Read more here.

Also read: The Suez Canal is jammed, Captain Ever Given blames the weather for the boat getting stuck



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