The Belgian town of Malmedy feasted on a giant omelette, defying a European egg contamination scare.
The vessel, which carries cargo that would cover 20,000 football fields, has to be towed away soon because it is blocking one of Europe's biggest ports. The 366 metres long CSCL Jupiter has run aground on the banks of the river Scheldt, which connects Antwerp to the North Sea. Chris Welsh, the Director of Global and European policy at the Freight Transport Association, tells us about the threat of delays to container ships using the Belgian port of Antwerp. (Picture: Giant container ship run aground near Antwerp. Credit: Nederlandse Omroep Stichting.)