Wake-up service 29/7: Ever Given in Rotterdam โ€ข Verdict against arms dealers

Good morning! The container ship Ever Given arrived at the port of Rotterdam, now unloading can begin. And the Amsterdam court is ruling against a man suspected of shooting a 34-year-old hairdresser whose daughter was in the back seat.

It stays dry in most places today, but a few showers fall locally. With up to 21 degrees and a strong southwest wind, its pretty fresh. Friday and weekends, the cool summer weather stays. There is less wind, but the probability of showers is higher.

Are you going on the road? Here you can find the overview of the work. Check the track timetable here.

What can you expect today?

How did the Dutch Olympians perform last night? Read a brief overview here. And below you can see the program for today.

What did you miss?

Once again, swimmer Arno Kamminga has won a silver medal, this time at the 200-metre breaststroke. He previously won silver at 100 meters, and this time he had to deal with the Australian Izaac Stubblety-Cook.

Roststers Marieke Keijser and Ilse Paulis made in the final of the light double two bronze. They were leading most of the race, but just before the finish line, things went wrong, causing Italy and France to pass them by.

Other news from the night:
And then this:

It was a serious occasion, the ceremony revealing a monument in memory of perished British police officers. But wind and rain caused Prime Minister Boris Johnson to have a big struggle with his umbrella. This to the hilarity of Prince Charles and the other attendees.

Luckily Johnson was able to laugh about it himself:

Happy Thursday!