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Photo Gallery: The EVER GIVEN - Stuck in the Suez Canal


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A handout picture released on March 24, 2021 shows a part of the Taiwan-owned MV Ever Given, a 400-metre- (1,300-foot-)long and 59-metre wide vessel, lodged sideways and impeding all traffic across the waterway of Egypt's Suez Canal. - A giant container ship ran aground in the Suez Canal after a gust of wind blew it off course, the vessel's operator said on March 24, 2021, bringing marine traffic to a halt along one of the world's busiest trade routes. AFP
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A truck carrying Evergreen containers, waits to pass through the main gate of the El Ain El Sokhna port to Suez Canal, Egypt March 24, 2021. REUTERS
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Men stand next to trucks as they wait to pass through the main gate of the El Ain El Sokhna port to Suez Canal on a dusty weather, Egypt March 24, 2021. REUTERS
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Officials monitor a container ship which was hit by strong wind and ran aground in Suez Canal, Egypt March 24, 2021.REUTERS
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Officials monitor a container ship which was hit by strong wind and ran aground in Suez Canal, Egypt March 24, 2021. AFP
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Operations to rescue and float the giant container ship MV EVER GIVEN that lodged sideways and blocked the new channel of the Suez Canal on Tuesday are underway

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