Wind and waves caused the commercial ship to flip over in the Gulf of Mexico on Tuesday. The U.S. Coast Guard has been searching for 12 missing people south of Port Fourchon, Louisiana.
The vessel has been seized by the Egyptian government, which is seeking compensation over the costs of freeing the ship.
Egypt is seeking more than $1 billion in damages for its role in freeing the Ever Given, the ship that wedged itself in the Suez Canal on March 23.
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Despite the Ever Given vessel's change in position, the ship did not become grounded again.
Ever Given's status has been changed to "under way" on VesselFinder, a ship tracking website.
Some shipping has been diverted around the Cape of Good Hope as a result of the blockage of the canal.
Dredgers are working to clear sand and mud from around the Ever Given, while at least 150 ships wait for the blockage to be cleared.
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The results of the study question the widely held assumption that most plastic debris at sea comes from land-based sources, the authors say.
A harness taken from the beluga whale bore the words "Equipment of St. Petersburg."
Fan fiction surrounding 'Game of Thrones' (or any other popular series) frequently takes on the imaginative task of "shipping," a term derived from the word "relationship," in which enthusiasts pair up any two characters they'd most like to see together either sexually or romantically.
Video shows an 8,000-container ship scraping along the side of another, sending multiple crushed and torn containers into the water.
South Korean authorities believed the vessel made a ship-to-ship transfer of 600 tons of oil products to a North Korean tanker.
The ship can run for 50 miles at a speed of eight miles an hour.
The man was dehydrated and suffering from hypothermia when he was rescued.
Malaysia, the Philippines, Vietnam, Japan, and China all claim parts of the South China Sea.
Though the U.S. has not run any freedom of navigation patrols since Trump became president, the policy of testing China had not changed, said the Pacific Fleet Commander.
China has sent civilian visitors to the Paracel Islands, which Vietnam claims sovereignty over.
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