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    What is the story of the “Kuwaiti ship of death” heading to Iraq?

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    Post by Rocky Wed 21 Feb 2024, 1:51 pm

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    [size=52]What is the story of the “Kuwaiti ship of death” heading to Iraq?[/size]

    [size=45]Port officials spoke of a foul odor that invaded the tourist city of Cape Town in South Africa as a ship loaded with thousands of heads of cattle with a disgusting smell docked, and the ship continued its journey to Iraq later on Tuesday night.[/size]
    [size=45]The ship, which departed from Brazil and carried about 19,000 heads of livestock, docked in Cape Town, and caused a foul odor in the city center.[/size]
    [size=45]A witness from Reuters said that some residents thought that a leak had occurred in a nearby sewage network or that what their noses smelled was a smell emanating from sewage problems in homes. But a local council member confirmed that the smell actually emanated from the ship called “Kuwait.” Inspectors from the National Council of Societies for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals boarded it as soon as it arrived on Sunday evening. In turn, Transnet, the port operator, reported that, according to the latest testimony from the ship’s agent and the terminal operator, the ship was scheduled to leave yesterday.[/size]
    [size=45]The company added in a statement that “the ship docked to obtain animal feed, provide supplies, and conduct medical examinations on the cows.” The National Council named the ship “the Kuwaiti Ship of Death” and attributed the smell to the horrific conditions in which the livestock lived after they spent two and a half weeks at sea. , with the accumulation of manure and ammonia gas.[/size]
    [size=45]“The dung that the cattle were standing on actually reached the tops of their hooves in some pens,” Grace Le Grange, the chief inspector who boarded the ship, told Reuters.[/size]
    [size=45]She said that in general, the cattle were not in poor physical condition in terms of weight, but what was worrying was what happened when they returned to the ocean.[/size]
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