The Dock icon shows 1 number of Inbox. iCal Inbox is empty

My iCal on my Macbook Pro dock icon shows me that I have a message from Inbox iCal to answer or acknowledge:

My screen main iCal shows nothing in the Inbox:

They normally appear in the bar of the window where I took a screenshot

Quit and restart iCal makes no difference, and no more than the time elapsed. Idea would be appreciated. I imagine a system restart could solve, bit it is a bit of a sledgehammer to crack a tiny nut. Ideas received with gratitude, please

iCal is Version 8.0 (2092.3). iCal is synced my iPhone via iCloud. the iPhone shows no Inbox item



Know what it is by selecting calendar > display > Show Notifications.

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