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Pharaoh city found near Luxor: 'greatest discovery since Tutankhamun's tomb'

Archaeologists have discovered a more than 3,000-year-old Pharaoh city in Egypt.

The city near the tourist town of Luxor had been buried unseen under a thick layer of sand all that time.

Experts call the city the greatest find since Tutankhamun's tomb was discovered in the early twentieth century.

See also: Pharaoh City found near Luxor: 'Largest discovery since Tutankhamun's tomb'

Earlier rudderless Eemslift Hendrika towed to Norwegian port

The Boskalis salvage team managed to tow the previously rudderless Dutch freighter Eemslift Hendrika into the Norwegian port of Alesund on Thursday.

The vessel ran into difficulties on Monday due to a shifting load and therefore listed in a turbulent sea with meters-high waves.

The crew was taken off board.

The ship was left adrift and drifted off the Norwegian coast without a working main engine.

See also: Earlier rudderless Eemslift Hendrika was towed to the port of Alesund

Thai monk rescued from flooded cave

Buddhist monk Manas Kemgoh was rescued from a cave in northern Thailand by rescue workers on Thursday.

The monk had started meditating when the cave suddenly filled with water.

A team of more than 100 people, including a diving team, was involved to rescue him.

Buddhist monk Manas Kemgoh was rescued from a cave in northern Thailand by rescue workers on Thursday.

The monk had started meditating when the cave suddenly filled with water.

A team of more than 100 people, including a diving team, was involved to rescue him.

Photo: ANP

Dutch hackers win $ 200,000 by discovering a leak in Zoom

Two Dutch hackers have discovered a leak in the video calling program Zoom that allows them to take over the computers of Zoom users.

On Wednesday, they won the Pwn2Own hacking competition and a cash prize of 200,000 dollars (168,000 euros), the organization reports on Twitter.

See also: Dutch hackers win $ 200,000 by discovering a leak in Zoom

Keukenhof opens doors for people with negative test results

Keukenhof opened its doors on Friday as part of a trial.

Visitors must be tested for the corona virus 40 hours before their visit.

The caretaker cabinet opened more than twenty locations on Friday, which people could visit on presentation of a negative test result.

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Keukenhof opens doors for people with negative test results

Seldom sell second-hand caravans and motorhomes as high as now

The sale of used caravans and motorhomes by the specialist trade went through the roof in the first months of this year.

More than 3,100 second-hand caravans and 3,800 camper vans were sold.

Never before have there been so many at this time of the year, the BOVAG reports Thursday.

See also: Sales of second-hand caravans and camper vans are rarely as high as now

Museums, theaters and zoos already accessible this month via rapid test

This month, the cabinet will start trials with access tests to make it possible to visit museums, theaters, zoos and sports facilities again.

The Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sport (VWS) announced this on Tuesday.

See also: Museums, theaters and zoos already accessible by rapid test this month

Ruud de Wild is allowed to leave the hospital after a week

Ruud de Wild was released from hospital on Tuesday after a week.

His girlfriend Olcay Gulsen reported on Instagram that the radio DJ is coming home after a week in hospital.

De Wild announced in March that he had had colon cancer for some time.

He made the news known because he was temporarily unable to present his radio show.

See also: Ruud de Wild is allowed to leave the hospital after a week