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Photo taken in the Suez Canal in northeastern Egypt on March 29, 2021, shows the Ever Given, one of the world's largest container ships, refloated after it had blocked the channel for almost a week, enabling the resumption of traffic in the crucial international waterway. (Kyodo via AP Images) ==Kyodo
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A cargo ship sails through the town of Ismailia, Egypt, Tuesday, March 30, 2021 as traffic resumed through the Suez canal after it was blocked by a massive ship that had been stuck sideways for nearly a week. (AP Photo/AP Photo/Ayman Aref))
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A cargo ship sails through the town of Ismailia, Egypt, Tuesday, March 30, 2021 as traffic resumed through the Suez canal after it was blocked by a massive ship that had been stuck sideways for nearly a week. (AP Photo/AP Photo/Ayman Aref))
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Ever Given, a Panama-flagged cargo ship, is seen in Egypt's Great Bitter Lake Tuesday, March 30, 2021. Experts have boarded Ever Given container ship that had blocked the Suez Canal for nearly a week before it was dislodged. A canal pilot says engineers are inspecting the Ever Given for damage and trying to determine why it ran aground. (AP Photo/Mohamed Elshahed)
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Journalists look at a container ship navigating Egypt's Suez Canal on March 30, 2021, a day after the Ever Given cargo vessel was dislodged from its banks. - Egyptian authorities have presented the freeing of the megaship, which was stuck for nearly a week and caused a 425- ship tailback to the north and south, as a major vindication of the country's engineering and salvage capabilities. (Photo by Tarek WAJEH / AFP)
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A container ship navigates Egypt's Suez Canal on March 30, 2021, a day after the Ever Given cargo vessel was dislodged from its banks. - Egyptian authorities have presented the freeing of the megaship, which was stuck for nearly a week and caused a 425- ship tailback to the north and south, as a major vindication of the country's engineering and salvage capabilities. (Photo by Tarek WAJEH / AFP)
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A container ship navigates Egypt's Suez Canal on March 30, 2021, a day after the Ever Given cargo vessel was dislodged from its banks. - Egyptian authorities have presented the freeing of the megaship, which was stuck for nearly a week and caused a 425- ship tailback to the north and south, as a major vindication of the country's engineering and salvage capabilities. (Photo by Tarek WAJEH / AFP)
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A container ship navigates Egypt's Suez Canal on March 30, 2021, a day after the Ever Given cargo vessel was dislodged from its banks. - Egyptian authorities have presented the freeing of the megaship, which was stuck for nearly a week and caused a 425- ship tailback to the north and south, as a major vindication of the country's engineering and salvage capabilities. (Photo by Tarek WAJEH / AFP)
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A container ship navigates Egypt's Suez Canal on March 30, 2021, a day after the Ever Given cargo vessel was dislodged from its banks. - Egyptian authorities have presented the freeing of the megaship, which was stuck for nearly a week and caused a 425- ship tailback to the north and south, as a major vindication of the country's engineering and salvage capabilities. (Photo by Tarek WAJEH / AFP)
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A ship navigates Egypt's Suez Canal on March 30, 2021, a day after a cargo vessel was dislodged from its banks. - Egyptian authorities have presented the freeing of the megaship, which was stuck for nearly a week and caused a 425- ship tailback to the north and south, as a major vindication of the country's engineering and salvage capabilities. (Photo by Tarek WAJEH / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - A picture released by Egypt's Suez Canal Authority on March 29, 2021, shows a man waving the Egyptian flag after Panama-flagged MV 'Ever Given' container ship was fully dislodged from the banks of the Suez. - The ship was refloated and the Suez Canal reopened, sparking relief almost a week after the huge container ship got stuck and blocked a major artery for global trade. Salvage crews have been working around the clock ever since the accident which has been blamed on high winds and poor visibility during a sandstorm. (Photo by - / SUEZ CANAL AUTHORITY / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - A picture released by Egypt's Suez Canal Authority on March 29, 2021, shows a tugboat pulling the Panama-flagged MV 'Ever Given' container ship after it was fully dislodged from the banks of the Suez. - The ship was refloated and the Suez Canal reopened, sparking relief almost a week after the huge container ship got stuck and blocked a major artery for global trade. Salvage crews have been working around the clock ever since the accident which has been blamed on high winds and poor visibility during a sandstorm. (Photo by - / SUEZ CANAL AUTHORITY / AFP)
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Ever Given, a Panama-flagged cargo ship that is wedged across the Suez Canal and blocking traffic in the vital waterway is seen Monday, March 29, 2021. Engineers on Monday ??spartially refloated??? the colossal container ship that continues to block traffic through the Suez Canal, a canal services firm said, without providing further details about when the vessel would be fully set free. (AP Photo/Mohamed Elshahed)
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Ever Given, a Panama-flagged cargo ship that is wedged across the Suez Canal and blocking traffic in the vital waterway is seen Monday, March 29, 2021. Engineers on Monday ??spartially refloated??? the colossal container ship that continues to block traffic through the Suez Canal, a canal services firm said, without providing further details about when the vessel would be fully set free. (AP Photo/Mohamed Elshahed)
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Ever Given, a Panama-flagged cargo ship blocks the Suez Canal almost a week after it got stuck sideways in the crucial waterway, Monday, March 29, 2021. Engineers on Monday "partially refloated" the colossal container ship that continues to block traffic through the Suez Canal, a canal services firm said, without providing further details about when the vessel would be fully set free. (AP Photo/Mohamed Elshahed)
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Ever Given, a Panama-flagged cargo ship blocks the Suez Canal almost a week after it got stuck sideways in the crucial waterway, Monday, March 29, 2021. Engineers on Monday "partially refloated" the colossal container ship that continues to block traffic through the Suez Canal, a canal services firm said, without providing further details about when the vessel would be fully set free. (AP Photo/Mohamed Elshahed)
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The Ever Given, a Panama-flagged cargo ship blocks the Suez Canal almost a week after it got stuck sideways in the crucial waterway, Monday, March 29, 2021. Engineers on Monday "partially refloated" the colossal container ship that continues to block traffic through the Suez Canal, a canal services firm said, without providing further details about when the vessel would be fully set free. (AP Photo/Mohamed Elshahed)
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Shipping containers are stacked on the Ever Given, a Panama-flagged cargo ship in the Suez Canal almost a week after it got stuck sideways in the crucial waterway, Monday, March 29, 2021. Engineers on Monday "partially refloated" the colossal container ship that continues to block traffic through the Suez Canal, a canal services firm said, without providing further details about when the vessel would be fully set free. (AP Photo/Mohamed Elshahed)
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Ever Given, one of the world's largest container ships, is pictured in Egypt's Suez Canal on March 29, 2021. The ship was partially refloated, the Suez Canal Authority said the same day. (Kyodo via AP Images) ==Kyodo
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Ever Given, one of the world's largest container ships, is pictured in Egypt's Suez Canal on March 29, 2021. The ship was partially refloated, the Suez Canal Authority said the same day. (Kyodo via AP Images) ==Kyodo
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In this photo released by Suez Canal Authority, the Ever Given, a Panama-flagged cargo ship is pulled by one of the Suez Canal tugboats, in the Suez Canal, Egypt, Monday, March 29, 2021. Engineers on Monday "partially refloated " the colossal container ship that continues to block traffic through the Suez Canal, authorities said, without providing further details about when the vessel would be set free. (Suez Canal Authority via AP)
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APTOPIX In this photo released by Suez Canal Authority, the Ever Given, a Panama-flagged cargo ship is pulled by one of the Suez Canal tugboats, in the Suez Canal, Egypt, Monday, March 29, 2021. Engineers on Monday "partially refloated " the colossal container ship that continues to block traffic through the Suez Canal, authorities said, without providing further details about when the vessel would be set free. (Suez Canal Authority via AP)
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In this photo released by Suez Canal Authority, the Ever Given, a Panama-flagged cargo ship is pulled by Suez Canal tugboats, in the Suez Canal, Egypt, Monday, March 29, 2021. Engineers on Monday "partially refloated " the colossal container ship that continues to block traffic through the Suez Canal, authorities said, without providing further details about when the vessel would be set free. (Suez Canal Authority via AP)
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People watch Ever Given, a Panama-flagged cargo ship, that has been stuck sideways and blocked traffic in Egypt's Suez Canal, move past after it was set free by salvage teams, Monday, March 29, 2021. (AP Photo/Mohamed Elshahed)
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In this photo released by Suez Canal Authority, the Ever Given, a Panama-flagged cargo ship is accompanied by Suez Canal tugboats as it moves in the Suez Canal, Egypt, Monday, March 29, 2021. Salvage teams on Monday set free a colossal container ship that has halted global trade through the Suez Canal, bringing an end to a crisis that for nearly a week had clogged one of the world???s most vital maritime arteries. (Suez Canal Authority via AP)
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In this photo released by Suez Canal Authority, the Ever Given, a Panama-flagged cargo ship is accompanied by Suez Canal tugboats as it moves in the Suez Canal, Egypt, Monday, March 29, 2021. Salvage teams on Monday set free a colossal container ship that has halted global trade through the Suez Canal, bringing an end to a crisis that for nearly a week had clogged one of the world???s most vital maritime arteries. (Suez Canal Authority via AP)
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In this photo released by Suez Canal Authority, the Ever Given, a Panama-flagged cargo ship is accompanied by Suez Canal tugboats as it moves in the Suez Canal, Egypt, Monday, March 29, 2021. Salvage teams on Monday set free a colossal container ship that has halted global trade through the Suez Canal, bringing an end to a crisis that for nearly a week had clogged one of the world???s most vital maritime arteries. (Suez Canal Authority via AP)
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In this photo released by Suez Canal Authority, the Ever Given, a Panama-flagged cargo ship is accompanied by Suez Canal tugboats as it moves in the Suez Canal, Egypt, Monday, March 29, 2021. Salvage teams on Monday set free a colossal container ship that has halted global trade through the Suez Canal, bringing an end to a crisis that for nearly a week had clogged one of the world's most vital maritime arteries. (Suez Canal Authority via AP)
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In this photo released by Suez Canal Authority, the Ever Given, a Panama-flagged cargo ship is accompanied by Suez Canal tugboats as it moves in the Suez Canal, Egypt, Monday, March 29, 2021. Salvage teams on Monday set free a colossal container ship that has halted global trade through the Suez Canal, bringing an end to a crisis that for nearly a week had clogged one of the world's most vital maritime arteries. (Suez Canal Authority via AP)
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In this photo released by Suez Canal Authority, the Ever Given, a Panama-flagged cargo ship is accompanied by Suez Canal tugboats as it moves in the Suez Canal, Egypt, Monday, March 29, 2021. Salvage teams on Monday set free a colossal container ship that has halted global trade through the Suez Canal, bringing an end to a crisis that for nearly a week had clogged one of the world's most vital maritime arteries. (Suez Canal Authority via AP)
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In this photo released by Suez Canal Authority, the Ever Given, a Panama-flagged cargo ship is accompanied by Suez Canal tugboats as it moves in the Suez Canal, Egypt, Monday, March 29, 2021. Salvage teams on Monday set free a colossal container ship that has halted global trade through the Suez Canal, bringing an end to a crisis that for nearly a week had clogged one of the world's most vital maritime arteries. (Suez Canal Authority via AP)
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In this photo released by Suez Canal Authority, the Ever Given, a Panama-flagged cargo ship is accompanied by Suez Canal tugboats as it moves in the Suez Canal, Egypt, Monday, March 29, 2021. Salvage teams on Monday set free a colossal container ship that has halted global trade through the Suez Canal, bringing an end to a crisis that for nearly a week had clogged one of the world's most vital maritime arteries. (Suez Canal Authority via AP)
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In this photo released by Suez Canal Authority, the Ever Given, a Panama-flagged cargo ship is accompanied by Suez Canal tugboats as it moves in the Suez Canal, Egypt, Monday, March 29, 2021. Salvage teams on Monday set free a colossal container ship that has halted global trade through the Suez Canal, bringing an end to a crisis that for nearly a week had clogged one of the world's most vital maritime arteries. (Suez Canal Authority via AP)
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The container ship Ever Given is seen from a distance, on Monday, March 29, 2021, in Egypt's Suez Canal. The mammoth cargo ship blocking one of the world's most vital maritime arteries was wrenched from the shoreline and finally set free on Monday, raising hopes that traffic could soon resume in the Suez Canal and limit the economic fallout of the disruption. (Sima Diab/The New York Times)
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Cargo ships dot the Red Sea near the opening of the Suez Canal, Monday March 29, 2021. (Sima Diab/The New York Times)
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A cargo ship sails through the town of Suez, Egypt, Tuesday, March 30, 2021 as traffic resumed through the Suez canal after it was blocked by a massive ship that had been stuck sideways for nearly a week. (AP Photo/Mohamed Elshahed)
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A cargo ship sails through the town of Suez, Egypt, Tuesday, March 30, 2021 as traffic resumed through the Suez canal after it was blocked by a massive ship that had been stuck sideways for nearly a week. (AP Photo/Mohamed Elshahed)
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This picture taken on March 29, 2021 from a nearby tugboat in the Suez Canal shows a view of the Panama-flagged MV 'Ever Given' (operated by Taiwan-based Evergreen Marine) container ship as it begins to move. - Egypt's Suez Canal Authority said on March 29 the Ever Given container ship, which has been blocking the crucial waterway for nearly a week, has been turned in the "right direction". "The position of the ship has been reorientated 80 percent in the right direction," SCA chief Osama Rabie said in a statement. Over 300 ships are currently waiting to travel through the canal. (Photo by - / AFP)
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This picture taken on March 29, 2021 shows a view of the Panama-flagged MV 'Ever Given' (operated by Taiwan-based Evergreen Marine) container ship, a 400-metre- (1,300-foot-)long and 59-metre wide vessel, as it remains lodged sideways impeding traffic across Egypt's Suez Canal waterway. - The owner of a megaship blocking the canal hopes to refloat it as early as today, as the crisis forced companies to re-route services from the vital shipping lane around Africa. The MV Ever Given, which is longer than four football fields, has been wedged diagonally across the span of the canal since four days, blocking the waterway in both directions. (Photo by Ahmed HASAN / AFP)
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This picture taken on March 29, 2021 shows a view of the Panama-flagged MV 'Ever Given' (operated by Taiwan-based Evergreen Marine) container ship, a 400-metre- (1,300-foot-)long and 59-metre wide vessel, as it remains lodged sideways impeding traffic across Egypt's Suez Canal waterway. - The owner of a megaship blocking the canal hopes to refloat it as early as today, as the crisis forced companies to re-route services from the vital shipping lane around Africa. The MV Ever Given, which is longer than four football fields, has been wedged diagonally across the span of the canal since four days, blocking the waterway in both directions. (Photo by Ahmed HASAN / AFP)
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This picture taken on March 29, 2021 shows a view of the Panama-flagged MV 'Ever Given' (operated by Taiwan-based Evergreen Marine) container ship, a 400-metre- (1,300-foot-)long and 59-metre wide vessel, as it remains lodged sideways impeding traffic across Egypt's Suez Canal waterway. - The owner of a megaship blocking the canal hopes to refloat it as early as today, as the crisis forced companies to re-route services from the vital shipping lane around Africa. The MV Ever Given, which is longer than four football fields, has been wedged diagonally across the span of the canal since four days, blocking the waterway in both directions. (Photo by Ahmed HASAN / AFP)
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This picture taken on March 29, 2021 shows a view of the Panama-flagged MV 'Ever Given' (operated by Taiwan-based Evergreen Marine) container ship, a 400-metre- (1,300-foot-)long and 59-metre wide vessel, as it remains lodged sideways impeding traffic across Egypt's Suez Canal waterway. - The owner of a megaship blocking the canal hopes to refloat it as early as today, as the crisis forced companies to re-route services from the vital shipping lane around Africa. The MV Ever Given, which is longer than four football fields, has been wedged diagonally across the span of the canal since four days, blocking the waterway in both directions. (Photo by Ahmed HASAN / AFP)
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This picture taken on March 29, 2021 shows a view of the Panama-flagged MV 'Ever Given' (operated by Taiwan-based Evergreen Marine) container ship, a 400-metre- (1,300-foot-)long and 59-metre wide vessel, as it remains lodged sideways impeding traffic across Egypt's Suez Canal waterway. - The owner of a megaship blocking the canal hopes to refloat it as early as today, as the crisis forced companies to re-route services from the vital shipping lane around Africa. The MV Ever Given, which is longer than four football fields, has been wedged diagonally across the span of the canal since four days, blocking the waterway in both directions. (Photo by Ahmed HASAN / AFP)
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This picture taken on March 29, 2021 shows a view of the Panama-flagged MV 'Ever Given' (operated by Taiwan-based Evergreen Marine) container ship, a 400-metre- (1,300-foot-)long and 59-metre wide vessel, as it remains lodged sideways impeding traffic across Egypt's Suez Canal waterway. - The owner of a megaship blocking the canal hopes to refloat it as early as today, as the crisis forced companies to re-route services from the vital shipping lane around Africa. The MV Ever Given, which is longer than four football fields, has been wedged diagonally across the span of the canal since four days, blocking the waterway in both directions. (Photo by Ahmed HASAN / AFP)
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A handout picture released by the Suez Canal Authority on March 29, 2021 shows a night view of the Panama-flagged MV 'Ever Given' (operated by Taiwan-based Evergreen Marine) container ship, a 400-metre- (1,300-foot-)long and 59-metre wide vessel, as it remains lodged sideways impeding traffic across Egypt's Suez Canal waterway. - Egypt's Suez Canal Authority said on March 29 the Ever Given container ship, which has been blocking the crucial waterway for nearly a week, has been turned in the "right direction". "The position of the ship has been reorientated 80 percent in the right direction," SCA chief Osama Rabie said in a statement. Over 300 ships are currently waiting to travel through the canal. (Photo by - / SUEZ CANAL AUTHORITY / AFP)
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A handout picture released by the Suez Canal Authority on March 29, 2021 shows a night view of the Panama-flagged MV 'Ever Given' (operated by Taiwan-based Evergreen Marine) container ship, a 400-metre- (1,300-foot-)long and 59-metre wide vessel, as it remains lodged sideways impeding traffic across Egypt's Suez Canal waterway. - Egypt's Suez Canal Authority said on March 29 the Ever Given container ship, which has been blocking the crucial waterway for nearly a week, has been turned in the "right direction". "The position of the ship has been reorientated 80 percent in the right direction," SCA chief Osama Rabie said in a statement. Over 300 ships are currently waiting to travel through the canal. (Photo by - / SUEZ CANAL AUTHORITY / AFP)
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A handout picture released by the Suez Canal Authority on March 29, 2021 shows a night view of the Panama-flagged MV 'Ever Given' (operated by Taiwan-based Evergreen Marine) container ship, a 400-metre- (1,300-foot-)long and 59-metre wide vessel, as it remains lodged sideways impeding traffic across Egypt's Suez Canal waterway. - Egypt's Suez Canal Authority said on March 29 the Ever Given container ship, which has been blocking the crucial waterway for nearly a week, has been turned in the "right direction". "The position of the ship has been reorientated 80 percent in the right direction," SCA chief Osama Rabie said in a statement. Over 300 ships are currently waiting to travel through the canal. (Photo by - / SUEZ CANAL AUTHORITY / AFP)
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A handout picture released by the Suez Canal Authority on March 29, 2021 shows a night view of the Panama-flagged MV 'Ever Given' (operated by Taiwan-based Evergreen Marine) container ship, a 400-metre- (1,300-foot-)long and 59-metre wide vessel, as it remains lodged sideways impeding traffic across Egypt's Suez Canal waterway. - Egypt's Suez Canal Authority said on March 29 the Ever Given container ship, which has been blocking the crucial waterway for nearly a week, has been turned in the "right direction". "The position of the ship has been reorientated 80 percent in the right direction," SCA chief Osama Rabie said in a statement. Over 300 ships are currently waiting to travel through the canal. (Photo by - / SUEZ CANAL AUTHORITY / AFP)
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A handout picture released by the Suez Canal Authority on March 29, 2021 shows a night view of the Panama-flagged MV 'Ever Given' (operated by Taiwan-based Evergreen Marine) container ship, a 400-metre- (1,300-foot-)long and 59-metre wide vessel, as it remains lodged sideways impeding traffic across Egypt's Suez Canal waterway. - Egypt's Suez Canal Authority said on March 29 the Ever Given container ship, which has been blocking the crucial waterway for nearly a week, has been turned in the "right direction". "The position of the ship has been reorientated 80 percent in the right direction," SCA chief Osama Rabie said in a statement. Over 300 ships are currently waiting to travel through the canal. (Photo by - / SUEZ CANAL AUTHORITY / AFP)
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A handout picture released by the Suez Canal Authority on March 29, 2021 shows a view of the Panama-flagged MV 'Ever Given' (operated by Taiwan-based Evergreen Marine) container ship, a 400-metre- (1,300-foot-)long and 59-metre wide vessel, as it remains lodged sideways impeding traffic across Egypt's Suez Canal waterway. - Egypt's Suez Canal Authority said on March 29 the Ever Given container ship, which has been blocking the crucial waterway for nearly a week, has been turned in the "right direction". "The position of the ship has been reorientated 80 percent in the right direction," SCA chief Osama Rabie said in a statement. Over 300 ships are currently waiting to travel through the canal. (Photo by - / SUEZ CANAL AUTHORITY / AFP)
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A handout picture released by the Suez Canal Authority on March 29, 2021 shows a view of the Panama-flagged MV 'Ever Given' (operated by Taiwan-based Evergreen Marine) container ship, a 400-metre- (1,300-foot-)long and 59-metre wide vessel, as it remains lodged sideways impeding traffic across Egypt's Suez Canal waterway. - Egypt's Suez Canal Authority said on March 29 the Ever Given container ship, which has been blocking the crucial waterway for nearly a week, has been turned in the "right direction". "The position of the ship has been reorientated 80 percent in the right direction," SCA chief Osama Rabie said in a statement. Over 300 ships are currently waiting to travel through the canal. (Photo by - / SUEZ CANAL AUTHORITY / AFP)
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A handout picture released by the Suez Canal Authority on March 29, 2021 shows a view of the Panama-flagged MV 'Ever Given' (operated by Taiwan-based Evergreen Marine) container ship, a 400-metre- (1,300-foot-)long and 59-metre wide vessel, as it remains lodged sideways impeding traffic across Egypt's Suez Canal waterway. - Egypt's Suez Canal Authority said on March 29 the Ever Given container ship, which has been blocking the crucial waterway for nearly a week, has been turned in the "right direction". "The position of the ship has been reorientated 80 percent in the right direction," SCA chief Osama Rabie said in a statement. Over 300 ships are currently waiting to travel through the canal. (Photo by - / SUEZ CANAL AUTHORITY / AFP)
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A handout picture released by the Suez Canal Authority on March 29, 2021 shows a view of the Panama-flagged MV 'Ever Given' (operated by Taiwan-based Evergreen Marine) container ship, a 400-metre- (1,300-foot-)long and 59-metre wide vessel, as it remains lodged sideways impeding traffic across Egypt's Suez Canal waterway. - Egypt's Suez Canal Authority said on March 29 the Ever Given container ship, which has been blocking the crucial waterway for nearly a week, has been turned in the "right direction". "The position of the ship has been reorientated 80 percent in the right direction," SCA chief Osama Rabie said in a statement. Over 300 ships are currently waiting to travel through the canal. (Photo by - / SUEZ CANAL AUTHORITY / AFP)
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Egyptian army soldiers stand on guard near the grounded Panama-flagged container ship MV 'Ever Given' (operated by Taiwan-based Evergreen Marine), the 400-metre- (1,300-foot-)long and 59-metre wide vessel lodged sideways impeding traffic across Egypt's Suez Canal waterway, on March 29, 2021. - Egypt's Suez Canal Authority said on March 29 the Ever Given container ship, which has been blocking the crucial waterway for nearly a week, has been turned in the "right direction". "The position of the ship has been reorientated 80 percent in the right direction," SCA chief Osama Rabie said in a statement. Over 300 ships are currently waiting to travel through the canal. (Photo by Ahmed HASAN / AFP)
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Egyptian army soldiers stand on guard near the grounded Panama-flagged container ship MV 'Ever Given' (operated by Taiwan-based Evergreen Marine), the 400-metre- (1,300-foot-)long and 59-metre wide vessel lodged sideways impeding traffic across Egypt's Suez Canal waterway, on March 29, 2021. - Egypt's Suez Canal Authority said on March 29 the Ever Given container ship, which has been blocking the crucial waterway for nearly a week, has been turned in the "right direction". "The position of the ship has been reorientated 80 percent in the right direction," SCA chief Osama Rabie said in a statement. Over 300 ships are currently waiting to travel through the canal. (Photo by Ahmed HASAN / AFP)
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Egyptian army soldiers stand on guard near the grounded Panama-flagged container ship MV 'Ever Given' (operated by Taiwan-based Evergreen Marine), the 400-metre- (1,300-foot-)long and 59-metre wide vessel lodged sideways impeding traffic across Egypt's Suez Canal waterway, on March 29, 2021. - Egypt's Suez Canal Authority said on March 29 the Ever Given container ship, which has been blocking the crucial waterway for nearly a week, has been turned in the "right direction". "The position of the ship has been reorientated 80 percent in the right direction," SCA chief Osama Rabie said in a statement. Over 300 ships are currently waiting to travel through the canal. (Photo by Ahmed HASAN / AFP)
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Egyptian army soldiers stand on guard near the grounded Panama-flagged container ship MV 'Ever Given' (operated by Taiwan-based Evergreen Marine), the 400-metre- (1,300-foot-)long and 59-metre wide vessel lodged sideways impeding traffic across Egypt's Suez Canal waterway, on March 29, 2021. - Egypt's Suez Canal Authority said on March 29 the Ever Given container ship, which has been blocking the crucial waterway for nearly a week, has been turned in the "right direction". "The position of the ship has been reorientated 80 percent in the right direction," SCA chief Osama Rabie said in a statement. Over 300 ships are currently waiting to travel through the canal. (Photo by Ahmed HASAN / AFP)
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This picture taken on March 29, 2021 shows a view of the Panama-flagged MV 'Ever Given' (operated by Taiwan-based Evergreen Marine) container ship, a 400-metre- (1,300-foot-)long and 59-metre wide vessel, as it remains lodged sideways impeding traffic across Egypt's Suez Canal waterway. - Egypt's Suez Canal Authority said on March 29 the Ever Given container ship, which has been blocking the crucial waterway for nearly a week, has been turned in the "right direction". "The position of the ship has been reorientated 80 percent in the right direction," SCA chief Osama Rabie said in a statement. Over 300 ships are currently waiting to travel through the canal. (Photo by Ahmed HASAN / AFP)
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Egyptian army soldiers stand on guard near the grounded Panama-flagged container ship MV 'Ever Given' (operated by Taiwan-based Evergreen Marine), the 400-metre- (1,300-foot-)long and 59-metre wide vessel lodged sideways impeding traffic across Egypt's Suez Canal waterway, on March 29, 2021. - Egypt's Suez Canal Authority said on March 29 the Ever Given container ship, which has been blocking the crucial waterway for nearly a week, has been turned in the "right direction". "The position of the ship has been reorientated 80 percent in the right direction," SCA chief Osama Rabie said in a statement. Over 300 ships are currently waiting to travel through the canal. (Photo by Ahmed HASAN / AFP)
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Egyptian army soldiers stand on guard near the grounded Panama-flagged container ship MV 'Ever Given' (operated by Taiwan-based Evergreen Marine), the 400-metre- (1,300-foot-)long and 59-metre wide vessel lodged sideways impeding traffic across Egypt's Suez Canal waterway, on March 29, 2021. - Egypt's Suez Canal Authority said on March 29 the Ever Given container ship, which has been blocking the crucial waterway for nearly a week, has been turned in the "right direction". "The position of the ship has been reorientated 80 percent in the right direction," SCA chief Osama Rabie said in a statement. Over 300 ships are currently waiting to travel through the canal. (Photo by Ahmed HASAN / AFP)
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This picture taken on March 29, 2021 shows a view of the Panama-flagged MV 'Ever Given' (operated by Taiwan-based Evergreen Marine) container ship, a 400-metre- (1,300-foot-)long and 59-metre wide vessel, as it remains lodged sideways impeding traffic across Egypt's Suez Canal waterway. - Egypt's Suez Canal Authority said on March 29 the Ever Given container ship, which has been blocking the crucial waterway for nearly a week, has been turned in the "right direction". "The position of the ship has been reorientated 80 percent in the right direction," SCA chief Osama Rabie said in a statement. Over 300 ships are currently waiting to travel through the canal. (Photo by Ahmed HASAN / AFP)
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This picture taken on March 29, 2021 shows a view of the Panama-flagged MV 'Ever Given' (operated by Taiwan-based Evergreen Marine) container ship, a 400-metre- (1,300-foot-)long and 59-metre wide vessel, as it remains lodged sideways impeding traffic across Egypt's Suez Canal waterway. - Egypt's Suez Canal Authority said on March 29 the Ever Given container ship, which has been blocking the crucial waterway for nearly a week, has been turned in the "right direction". "The position of the ship has been reorientated 80 percent in the right direction," SCA chief Osama Rabie said in a statement. Over 300 ships are currently waiting to travel through the canal. (Photo by Ahmed HASAN / AFP)
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This picture taken on March 29, 2021 shows a view of the Panama-flagged MV 'Ever Given' (operated by Taiwan-based Evergreen Marine) container ship, a 400-metre- (1,300-foot-)long and 59-metre wide vessel, as it remains lodged sideways impeding traffic across Egypt's Suez Canal waterway. - Egypt's Suez Canal Authority said on March 29 the Ever Given container ship, which has been blocking the crucial waterway for nearly a week, has been turned in the "right direction". "The position of the ship has been reorientated 80 percent in the right direction," SCA chief Osama Rabie said in a statement. Over 300 ships are currently waiting to travel through the canal. (Photo by Ahmed HASAN / AFP)
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Farmers load a donkey-drawn cart with produce (foreground) as Egyptian army soldiers stand on guard (background) near the grounded Panama-flagged container ship MV 'Ever Given' (operated by Taiwan-based Evergreen Marine), the 400-metre- (1,300-foot-)long and 59-metre wide vessel lodged sideways impeding traffic across Egypt's Suez Canal waterway, on March 29, 2021. - Egypt's Suez Canal Authority said on March 29 the Ever Given container ship, which has been blocking the crucial waterway for nearly a week, has been turned in the "right direction". "The position of the ship has been reorientated 80 percent in the right direction," SCA chief Osama Rabie said in a statement. Over 300 ships are currently waiting to travel through the canal. (Photo by Ahmed HASAN / AFP)
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Farmers load a donkey-drawn cart with produce (foreground) as Egyptian army soldiers stand on guard (background) near the grounded Panama-flagged container ship MV 'Ever Given' (operated by Taiwan-based Evergreen Marine), the 400-metre- (1,300-foot-)long and 59-metre wide vessel lodged sideways impeding traffic across Egypt's Suez Canal waterway, on March 29, 2021. - Egypt's Suez Canal Authority said on March 29 the Ever Given container ship, which has been blocking the crucial waterway for nearly a week, has been turned in the "right direction". "The position of the ship has been reorientated 80 percent in the right direction," SCA chief Osama Rabie said in a statement. Over 300 ships are currently waiting to travel through the canal. (Photo by Ahmed HASAN / AFP)
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A handout picture released by the Suez Canal Authority on March 29, 2021 shows tugboats pulling the Panama-flagged MV 'Ever Given' (operated by Taiwan-based Evergreen Marine) container ship, a 400-metre- (1,300-foot-)long and 59-metre wide vessel, lodged sideways impeding traffic across Egypt's Suez Canal waterway. - Egypt's Suez Canal Authority said on March 29 the Ever Given container ship, which has been blocking the crucial waterway for nearly a week, has been "reorientated 80 percent in the right direction". Once it is refloated, it will take three and a half days to clear a traffic jam of hundreds of vessels, authorities said. Over 300 ships are currently waiting to travel through the canal. (Photo by - / SUEZ CANAL AUTHORITY / AFP)
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A handout picture released by the Suez Canal Authority on March 29, 2021 shows tugboats pulling the Panama-flagged MV 'Ever Given' (operated by Taiwan-based Evergreen Marine) container ship, a 400-metre- (1,300-foot-)long and 59-metre wide vessel, lodged sideways impeding traffic across Egypt's Suez Canal waterway. - Egypt's Suez Canal Authority said on March 29 the Ever Given container ship, which has been blocking the crucial waterway for nearly a week, has been "reorientated 80 percent in the right direction". Once it is refloated, it will take three and a half days to clear a traffic jam of hundreds of vessels, authorities said. Over 300 ships are currently waiting to travel through the canal. (Photo by - / SUEZ CANAL AUTHORITY / AFP)
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A handout picture released by the Suez Canal Authority on March 29, 2021 shows tugboats pulling the Panama-flagged MV 'Ever Given' (operated by Taiwan-based Evergreen Marine) container ship, a 400-metre- (1,300-foot-)long and 59-metre wide vessel, lodged sideways impeding traffic across Egypt's Suez Canal waterway. - Egypt's Suez Canal Authority said on March 29 the Ever Given container ship, which has been blocking the crucial waterway for nearly a week, has been "reorientated 80 percent in the right direction". Once it is refloated, it will take three and a half days to clear a traffic jam of hundreds of vessels, authorities said. Over 300 ships are currently waiting to travel through the canal. (Photo by - / SUEZ CANAL AUTHORITY / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - This picture taken on March 29, 2021 shows a view of the Panama-flagged MV 'Ever Given' (operated by Taiwan-based Evergreen Marine) container ship, a 400-metre- (1,300-foot-)long and 59-metre wide vessel, as it remains lodged sideways impeding traffic across Egypt's Suez Canal waterway. - Egypt's Suez Canal Authority said on March 29 the Ever Given container ship, which has been blocking the crucial waterway for nearly a week, has been "reorientated 80 percent in the right direction". Once it is refloated, it will take three and a half days to clear a traffic jam of hundreds of vessels, authorities said. Over 300 ships are currently waiting to travel through the canal. (Photo by Ahmed HASAN / AFP)
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A grab from an AFPTV video taken on March 29, 2021, shows the bow of the Panama-flagged MV 'Ever Given' container ship after it was fully dislodged from the banks of the Suez Canal. - The ship was refloated and the Suez Canal reopened, sparking relief almost a week after the huge container ship got stuck and blocked a major artery for global trade. Salvage crews have been working around the clock ever since the accident which has been blamed on high winds and poor visibility during a sandstorm. (Photo by - / AFPTV / AFP)
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A grab from an AFPTV video taken on March 29, 2021, shows the bow of the Panama-flagged MV 'Ever Given' container ship after it was fully dislodged from the banks of the Suez. - The ship was refloated and the Suez Canal reopened, sparking relief almost a week after the huge container ship got stuck and blocked a major artery for global trade. Salvage crews have been working around the clock ever since the accident which has been blamed on high winds and poor visibility during a sandstorm. (Photo by - / AFPTV / AFP)
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The Panama-flagged MV 'Ever Given' container ship is tugged in Egypt's Suez Canal after it was fully dislodged from the banks, near Suez city, on March 29, 2021. - The megaship was refloated almost a week after it grounded and the Suez Canal reopened, a salvage company and authorities said, as images showed it moving up the crucial waterway. (Photo by Ahmad HASSAN / AFP)
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Youths celebrate across from the Panama-flagged MV 'Ever Given' container ship as it is tugged in Egypt's Suez Canal after it was fully dislodged from the banks, near Suez city, on March 29, 2021. - The megaship was refloated almost a week after it grounded and the Suez Canal reopened, a salvage company and authorities said, as images showed it moving up the crucial waterway. (Photo by Ahmad HASSAN / AFP)
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People watch the Panama-flagged MV 'Ever Given' container ship as it is tugged in Egypt's Suez Canal after it was fully dislodged from the banks, near Suez city, on March 29, 2021. - The megaship was refloated almost a week after it grounded and the Suez Canal reopened, a salvage company and authorities said, as images showed it moving up the crucial waterway. (Photo by Ahmad HASSAN / AFP)
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Women look at the Panama-flagged MV 'Ever Given' container ship as it is tugged in Egypt's Suez Canal after it was fully dislodged from the banks, near Suez city, on March 29, 2021. - The megaship was refloated almost a week after it grounded and the Suez Canal reopened, a salvage company and authorities said, as images showed it moving up the crucial waterway. (Photo by Ahmad HASSAN / AFP)
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A man takes pictures of the Panama-flagged MV 'Ever Given' container ship as it is tugged in Egypt's Suez Canal after it was fully dislodged from the banks, near Suez city, on March 29, 2021. - The megaship was refloated almost a week after it grounded and the Suez Canal reopened, a salvage company and authorities said, as images showed it moving up the crucial waterway. (Photo by Ahmad HASSAN / AFP)
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A man waves at the Panama-flagged MV 'Ever Given' container ship as it is tugged in Egypt's Suez Canal after it was fully dislodged from the banks, near Suez city, on March 29, 2021. - The megaship was refloated almost a week after it grounded and the Suez Canal reopened, a salvage company and authorities said, as images showed it moving up the crucial waterway. (Photo by Ahmad HASSAN / AFP)
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This satellite imagery released by Maxar Technologies shows the MV Ever Given container ship being pushed by tugboats in the Suez Canal on March 29, 2021. - The MV Ever Given was refloated and the Suez Canal reopened on March 29, 2021, sparking relief almost a week after the huge container ship got stuck during a sandstorm and blocked a major artery for global trade. AFP correspondents observed tugboat crews sounding their foghorns in celebration after the Ever Given, a cargo megaship the length of four football fields, was dislodged from the banks of the Suez. (Photo by - / Satellite image ?2021 Maxar Technologies / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / Satellite image ?2021 Maxar Technologies" - NO MARKETING - NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
THE WATERMARK MAY NOT BE REMOVED/CROPPED / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / Satellite image ?2021 Maxar Technologies" - NO MARKETING - NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
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The Panama-flagged MV 'Ever Given' container ship is tugged in Egypt's Suez Canal after it was fully dislodged from the banks, near Suez city, on March 29, 2021. - The vessel was refloated and the Suez Canal reopened to traffic in the afternoon, sparking relief almost a week after the huge container ship got stuck and blocked a major artery for global trade. (Photo by Ahmad HASSAN / AFP)
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The Panama-flagged MV 'Ever Given' container ship is tugged in Egypt's Suez Canal after it was fully dislodged from the banks, near Suez city, on March 29, 2021. - The vessel was refloated and the Suez Canal reopened to traffic in the afternoon, sparking relief almost a week after the huge container ship got stuck and blocked a major artery for global trade. (Photo by Ahmad HASSAN / AFP)
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The Panama-flagged MV 'Ever Given' container ship is pictured after being fully dislodged from the banks of the Suez Canal, near Suez city, on March 29, 2021. - The vessel, a megaship the length of four football fields, was refloated and the Suez Canal reopened to traffic in the afternoon, sparking relief almost a week after the huge container ship got stuck and blocked a major artery for global trade. (Photo by Ahmad HASSAN / AFP)
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This satellite imagery released by Maxar Technologies shows an overview of the MV Ever Given container ship and tugboats in the Suez Canal on March 29, 2021. - The MV Ever Given was refloated and the Suez Canal reopened on March 29, 2021, sparking relief almost a week after the huge container ship got stuck during a sandstorm and blocked a major artery for global trade. AFP correspondents observed tugboat crews sounding their foghorns in celebration after the Ever Given, a cargo megaship the length of four football fields, was dislodged from the banks of the Suez. (Photo by - / Satellite image ?2021 Maxar Technologies / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / Satellite image ?2021 Maxar Technologies" - NO MARKETING - NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
THE WATERMARK MAY NOT BE REMOVED/CROPPED / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / Satellite image ?2021 Maxar Technologies" - NO MARKETING - NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
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Egyptians watch as the Panama-flagged MV 'Ever Given' container ship (background) moves after being fully dislodged from the banks of the Suez Canal, near Suez city, on March 29, 2021. - The vessel, a megaship the length of four football fields, was refloated and the Suez Canal reopened to traffic in the afternoon, sparking relief almost a week after the huge container ship got stuck and blocked a major artery for global trade. (Photo by Ahmad HASSAN / AFP)
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This satellite imagery released by Maxar Technologies shows a close up overview of the MV Ever Given container ship and tugboats in the Suez Canal on March 29, 2021. - The MV Ever Given was refloated and the Suez Canal reopened on March 29, 2021, sparking relief almost a week after the huge container ship got stuck during a sandstorm and blocked a major artery for global trade. AFP correspondents observed tugboat crews sounding their foghorns in celebration after the Ever Given, a cargo megaship the length of four football fields, was dislodged from the banks of the Suez. (Photo by - / Satellite image ?2021 Maxar Technologies / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / Satellite image ?2021 Maxar Technologies" - NO MARKETING - NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
THE WATERMARK MAY NOT BE REMOVED/CROPPED / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / Satellite image ?2021 Maxar Technologies" - NO MARKETING - NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
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This satellite imagery released by Maxar Technologies shows an overview of the MV Ever Given container ship and tugboats in the Suez Canal on March 29, 2021. - The MV Ever Given was refloated and the Suez Canal reopened on March 29, 2021, sparking relief almost a week after the huge container ship got stuck during a sandstorm and blocked a major artery for global trade. AFP correspondents observed tugboat crews sounding their foghorns in celebration after the Ever Given, a cargo megaship the length of four football fields, was dislodged from the banks of the Suez. (Photo by - / Satellite image ?2021 Maxar Technologies / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / Satellite image ?2021 Maxar Technologies" - NO MARKETING - NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
THE WATERMARK MAY NOT BE REMOVED/CROPPED / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / Satellite image ?2021 Maxar Technologies" - NO MARKETING - NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
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An Egyptian woman takes photos of the Panama-flagged MV 'Ever Given' container ship (background) after being fully dislodged from the banks of the Suez Canal, near Suez city, on March 29, 2021. - The vessel, a megaship the length of four football fields, was refloated and the Suez Canal reopened to traffic in the afternoon, sparking relief almost a week after the huge container ship got stuck and blocked a major artery for global trade. (Photo by Ahmad HASSAN / AFP)
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A picture taken on March 29, 2021 shows the Panama-flagged MV 'Ever Given' container ship (background) after being fully dislodged from the banks of the Suez Canal, near Suez city. - The vessel, a megaship the length of four football fields, was refloated and the Suez Canal reopened to traffic in the afternoon, sparking relief almost a week after the huge container ship got stuck and blocked a major artery for global trade. (Photo by Ahmad HASSAN / AFP)
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A picture taken from behind a building under construction on March 29, 2021 shows the Panama-flagged MV 'Ever Given' container ship (background) after being fully dislodged from the banks of the Suez Canal, near Suez city. - The vessel, a megaship the length of four football fields, was refloated and the Suez Canal reopened to traffic in the afternoon, sparking relief almost a week after the huge container ship got stuck and blocked a major artery for global trade. (Photo by Ahmad HASSAN / AFP)
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An Egyptian woman takes photos of the Panama-flagged MV 'Ever Given' container ship (background) after being fully dislodged from the banks of the Suez Canal, near Suez city, on March 29, 2021. - The vessel, a megaship the length of four football fields, was refloated and the Suez Canal reopened to traffic in the afternoon, sparking relief almost a week after the huge container ship got stuck and blocked a major artery for global trade. (Photo by Ahmad HASSAN / AFP)
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The Panama-flagged MV 'Ever Given' container ship is tugged in Egypt's Suez Canal after it was fully dislodged from the banks, near Suez city, on March 29, 2021. (Photo by Ahmad HASSAN / AFP)
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A picture released by Egypt's Suez Canal Authority on March 29, 2021, shows a tugboat pulling the Panama-flagged MV 'Ever Given' container ship after it was fully dislodged from the banks of the Suez. - The ship was refloated and the Suez Canal reopened, sparking relief almost a week after the huge container ship got stuck and blocked a major artery for global trade. Salvage crews have been working around the clock ever since the accident which has been blamed on high winds and poor visibility during a sandstorm. (Photo by - / SUEZ CANAL AUTHORITY / AFP)
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A picture released by Egypt's Suez Canal Authority on March 29, 2021, shows a tugboat pulling the Panama-flagged MV 'Ever Given' container ship after it was fully dislodged from the banks of the Suez. - The ship was refloated and the Suez Canal reopened, sparking relief almost a week after the huge container ship got stuck and blocked a major artery for global trade. Salvage crews have been working around the clock ever since the accident which has been blamed on high winds and poor visibility during a sandstorm. (Photo by - / SUEZ CANAL AUTHORITY / AFP)
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A picture released by Egypt's Suez Canal Authority on March 29, 2021, shows a tugboat pulling the Panama-flagged MV 'Ever Given' container ship after it was fully dislodged from the banks of the Suez. - The ship was refloated and the Suez Canal reopened, sparking relief almost a week after the huge container ship got stuck and blocked a major artery for global trade. Salvage crews have been working around the clock ever since the accident which has been blamed on high winds and poor visibility during a sandstorm. (Photo by - / SUEZ CANAL AUTHORITY / AFP)
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A picture released by Egypt's Suez Canal Authority on March 29, 2021, shows a tugboat pulling the Panama-flagged MV 'Ever Given' container ship after it was fully dislodged from the banks of the Suez. - The ship was refloated and the Suez Canal reopened, sparking relief almost a week after the huge container ship got stuck and blocked a major artery for global trade. Salvage crews have been working around the clock ever since the accident which has been blamed on high winds and poor visibility during a sandstorm. (Photo by - / SUEZ CANAL AUTHORITY / AFP)
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A picture released by Egypt's Suez Canal Authority on March 29, 2021, shows a tugboat pulling the Panama-flagged MV 'Ever Given' container ship after it was fully dislodged from the banks of the Suez. - The ship was refloated and the Suez Canal reopened, sparking relief almost a week after the huge container ship got stuck and blocked a major artery for global trade. Salvage crews have been working around the clock ever since the accident which has been blamed on high winds and poor visibility during a sandstorm. (Photo by - / SUEZ CANAL AUTHORITY / AFP)
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A picture released by Egypt's Suez Canal Authority on March 29, 2021, shows a man waving the Egyptian flag after Panama-flagged MV 'Ever Given' container ship was fully dislodged from the banks of the Suez. - The ship was refloated and the Suez Canal reopened, sparking relief almost a week after the huge container ship got stuck and blocked a major artery for global trade. Salvage crews have been working around the clock ever since the accident which has been blamed on high winds and poor visibility during a sandstorm. (Photo by - / SUEZ CANAL AUTHORITY / AFP)
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HANDOUT - 29 March 2021, Egypt, Suez: Tugboats take part in the refloating operation carried out to free the "Ever Given", a container ship operated by the Evergreen Marine Corporation, which is currently stuck in the Suez Canal. The head of the state Suez Canal Authority (SCA), Osama Rabae, said that the ship in the early morning responded to pulling and towing efforts by salvage teams working around the clock and the position of the ship has been reorientated 80 per cent in the right direction. The Panama-flagged ship, Ever Given, had veered off its course in a single-lane stretch of the canal during a sandstorm nearly a week ago. Photo: -/Suez Canal Authority/dpa - ATTENTION: editorial use only and only if the credit mentioned above is referenced in full
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29 March 2021, Egypt, Suez: The "Ever Given" container ship operated by the Evergreen Marine Corporation, sails through the Suez Canal, after it was fully freed and floated. Egypt's Suez Canal Authority announced that the stranded massive container ship that has blocked the Suez Canal for nearly a week, has been fully dislodged and successfully floating in the canal. Photo: Mohamed Shokry/dpa
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29 March 2021, Egypt, Suez: The "Ever Given" container ship operated by the Evergreen Marine Corporation, sails through the Suez Canal, after it was fully freed and floated. Egypt's Suez Canal Authority announced that the stranded massive container ship that has blocked the Suez Canal for nearly a week, has been fully dislodged and successfully floating in the canal. Photo: Mohamed Shokry/dpa
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29 March 2021, Egypt, Fayed: The "Ever Given" container ship operated by the Evergreen Marine Corporation, sails through the Suez Canal, after it was fully freed and floated. Egypt's Suez Canal Authority announced that the stranded massive container ship that has blocked the Suez Canal for nearly a week, has been fully dislodged and successfully floating in the canal. Photo: Sayed Hassan/dpa
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29 March 2021, Egypt, Fayed: The "Ever Given" container ship operated by the Evergreen Marine Corporation, sails through the Suez Canal, after it was fully freed and floated. Egypt's Suez Canal Authority announced that the stranded massive container ship that has blocked the Suez Canal for nearly a week, has been fully dislodged and successfully floating in the canal. Photo: Sayed Hassan/dpa
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29 March 2021, Egypt, Suez: The "Ever Given" container ship operated by the Evergreen Marine Corporation, sails through the Suez Canal, after it was fully freed and floated. Egypt's Suez Canal Authority announced that the stranded massive container ship that has blocked the Suez Canal for nearly a week, has been fully dislodged and successfully floating in the canal. Photo: Mohamed Shokry/dpa
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HANDOUT - 29 March 2021, Egypt, Suez: Tugboats drag the Panama-flagged ship, Ever Given in the Suez Canal after the ship was successfully freed and re-floated. The head of the state Suez Canal Authority (SCA), Osama Rabae, said that the ship in the early morning responded to pulling and towing efforts by salvage teams working around the clock and the position of the ship has been reorientated 80 per cent in the right direction. The Panama-flagged ship, Ever Given, had veered off its course in a single-lane stretch of the canal during a sandstorm nearly a week ago. Photo: -/Suez Canal Authority/dpa - ATTENTION: editorial use only and only if the credit mentioned above is referenced in full
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HANDOUT - 29 March 2021, Egypt, Suez: Tugboats drag the Panama-flagged ship, Ever Given in the Suez Canal after the ship was successfully freed and re-floated. The head of the state Suez Canal Authority (SCA), Osama Rabae, said that the ship in the early morning responded to pulling and towing efforts by salvage teams working around the clock and the position of the ship has been reorientated 80 per cent in the right direction. The Panama-flagged ship, Ever Given, had veered off its course in a single-lane stretch of the canal during a sandstorm nearly a week ago. Photo: -/Suez Canal Authority/dpa - ATTENTION: editorial use only and only if the credit mentioned above is referenced in full
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HANDOUT - 29 March 2021, Egypt, Suez: Tugboats take part in the refloating operation carried out to free the "Ever Given", a container ship operated by the Evergreen Marine Corporation, which is currently stuck in the Suez Canal. The head of the state Suez Canal Authority (SCA), Osama Rabae, said that the ship in the early morning responded to pulling and towing efforts by salvage teams working around the clock and the position of the ship has been reorientated 80 per cent in the right direction. The Panama-flagged ship, Ever Given, had veered off its course in a single-lane stretch of the canal during a sandstorm nearly a week ago. Photo: -/Suez Canal Authority/dpa - ATTENTION: editorial use only and only if the credit mentioned above is referenced in full
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29 March 2021, Egypt, Suez: The "Ever Given" container ship operated by the Evergreen Marine Corporation, sails on the Suez Canal, after it was fully freed and floated. Egypt's Suez Canal Authority announced that the stranded massive container ship that has blocked the Suez Canal for nearly a week, has been fully dislodged and successfully floating in the canal. Photo: Mohamed Shokry/dpa
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HANDOUT - 29 March 2021, Egypt, Suez: A tugboat drags the Panama-flagged ship, Ever Given in the Suez Canal after the ship was successfully freed and re-floated. The head of the state Suez Canal Authority (SCA), Osama Rabae, said that the ship in the early morning responded to pulling and towing efforts by salvage teams working around the clock and the position of the ship has been reorientated 80 per cent in the right direction. The Panama-flagged ship, Ever Given, had veered off its course in a single-lane stretch of the canal during a sandstorm nearly a week ago. Photo: -/Suez Canal Authority/dpa - ATTENTION: editorial use only and only if the credit mentioned above is referenced in full
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HANDOUT - 29 March 2021, Egypt, Suez: Tugboats drag the Panama-flagged ship, Ever Given in the Suez Canal after the ship was successfully freed and re-floated. The head of the state Suez Canal Authority (SCA), Osama Rabae, said that the ship in the early morning responded to pulling and towing efforts by salvage teams working around the clock and the position of the ship has been reorientated 80 per cent in the right direction. The Panama-flagged ship, Ever Given, had veered off its course in a single-lane stretch of the canal during a sandstorm nearly a week ago. Photo: -/Suez Canal Authority/dpa - ATTENTION: editorial use only and only if the credit mentioned above is referenced in full
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29 March 2021, Egypt, Fayed: The "Ever Given" container ship operated by the Evergreen Marine Corporation, sails through the Suez Canal, after it was fully freed and floated. Egypt's Suez Canal Authority announced that the stranded massive container ship that has blocked the Suez Canal for nearly a week, has been fully dislodged and successfully floating in the canal. Photo: Sayed Hassan/dpa
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210329 -- CAIRO, March 29, 2021 -- Rescue vessels work to refloat the stuck container ship Ever Given on the Suez Canal, Egypt, March 29, 2021. The massive container ship Ever Given has been successfully refloated after being stranded in the Suez Canal for almost a week, Egypt s SCA said on Monday. /Handout via Xinhua EGYPT-SUEZ CANAL-STUCK CONTAINER SHIP-REFLOATING SuezxCanalxAuthority PUBLICATIONxNOTxINxCHN
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HANDOUT - 29 March 2021, Egypt, Suez: The Panama-flagged ship, Ever Given moves in the Suez Canal after successfully freed and re-floated. The head of the state Suez Canal Authority (SCA), Osama Rabae, said that the ship in the early morning responded to pulling and towing efforts by salvage teams working around the clock and the position of the ship has been reorientated 80 per cent in the right direction. The Panama-flagged ship, Ever Given, had veered off its course in a single-lane stretch of the canal during a sandstorm nearly a week ago. Photo: -/Suez Canal Authority/dpa - ATTENTION: editorial use only and only if the credit mentioned above is referenced in full
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HANDOUT - 29 March 2021, Egypt, Suez: Tugboats drag the Panama-flagged ship, Ever Given in the Suez Canal after the ship was successfully freed and re-floated. The head of the state Suez Canal Authority (SCA), Osama Rabae, said that the ship in the early morning responded to pulling and towing efforts by salvage teams working around the clock and the position of the ship has been reorientated 80 per cent in the right direction. The Panama-flagged ship, Ever Given, had veered off its course in a single-lane stretch of the canal during a sandstorm nearly a week ago. Photo: -/Suez Canal Authority/dpa - ATTENTION: editorial use only and only if the credit mentioned above is referenced in full
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HANDOUT - 29 March 2021, Egypt, Suez: The Panama-flagged ship, Ever Given moves in the Suez Canal after successfully freed and re-floated. The head of the state Suez Canal Authority (SCA), Osama Rabae, said that the ship in the early morning responded to pulling and towing efforts by salvage teams working around the clock and the position of the ship has been reorientated 80 per cent in the right direction. The Panama-flagged ship, Ever Given, had veered off its course in a single-lane stretch of the canal during a sandstorm nearly a week ago. Photo: -/Suez Canal Authority/dpa - ATTENTION: editorial use only and only if the credit mentioned above is referenced in full
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HANDOUT - 29 March 2021, Egypt, Suez: Tugboats drag the Panama-flagged ship, Ever Given in the Suez Canal after the ship was successfully freed and re-floated. The head of the state Suez Canal Authority (SCA), Osama Rabae, said that the ship in the early morning responded to pulling and towing efforts by salvage teams working around the clock and the position of the ship has been reorientated 80 per cent in the right direction. The Panama-flagged ship, Ever Given, had veered off its course in a single-lane stretch of the canal during a sandstorm nearly a week ago. Photo: -/Suez Canal Authority/dpa - ATTENTION: editorial use only and only if the credit mentioned above is referenced in full
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HANDOUT - 29 March 2021, Egypt, Suez: Tugboats drag the Panama-flagged ship, Ever Given in the Suez Canal after the ship was successfully freed and re-floated. The head of the state Suez Canal Authority (SCA), Osama Rabae, said that the ship in the early morning responded to pulling and towing efforts by salvage teams working around the clock and the position of the ship has been reorientated 80 per cent in the right direction. The Panama-flagged ship, Ever Given, had veered off its course in a single-lane stretch of the canal during a sandstorm nearly a week ago. Photo: -/Suez Canal Authority/dpa - ATTENTION: editorial use only and only if the credit mentioned above is referenced in full
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29 March 2021, Egypt, Suez: The "Ever Given" container ship operated by the Evergreen Marine Corporation, sails with tugboats through the Suez Canal, after it was fully freed and floated. Egypt's Suez Canal Authority announced that the stranded massive container ship that has blocked the Suez Canal for nearly a week, has been fully dislodged and successfully floating in the canal. (best quality available) Photo: -/Suez Canal Authority/dpa
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29 March 2021, Egypt, Suez: A?worker waves the Egyptian flag as the "Ever Given" container ship operated by the Evergreen Marine Corporation, sails with tugboats through the Suez Canal, after it was fully freed and floated. Egypt's Suez Canal Authority announced that the stranded massive container ship that has blocked the Suez Canal for nearly a week, has been fully dislodged and successfully floating in the canal. (best quality available) Photo: -/Suez Canal Authority/dpa
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29 March 2021, Egypt, Suez: The "Ever Given" container ship operated by the Evergreen Marine Corporation, sails with tugboats through the Suez Canal, after it was fully freed and floated. Egypt's Suez Canal Authority announced that the stranded massive container ship that has blocked the Suez Canal for nearly a week, has been fully dislodged and successfully floating in the canal. (best quality available) Photo: -/Suez Canal Authority/dpa
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29 March 2021, Egypt, Suez: A?worker waves the Egyptian flag as the "Ever Given" container ship operated by the Evergreen Marine Corporation, sails with tugboats through the Suez Canal, after it was fully freed and floated. Egypt's Suez Canal Authority announced that the stranded massive container ship that has blocked the Suez Canal for nearly a week, has been fully dislodged and successfully floating in the canal. (best quality available) Photo: -/Suez Canal Authority/dpa
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210329 -- SUEZ CANAL, March 29, 2021 -- Photo taken on March 29, 2021 shows the container ship Ever Given on the Suez Canal, Egypt. The traffic in Suez Canal resumed after massive container ship Ever Given has been successfully refloated as being stranded in the canal for almost a week, Egypt s Suez Canal Authority SCA said on Monday. EGYPT-SUEZ CANAL-TRAFFIC-RESUMPTION WangxDongzhen PUBLICATIONxNOTxINxCHN
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TOPSHOT - This satellite imagery released by Maxar Technologies shows the MV Ever Given container ship in the Suez Canal on the morning of March 28, 2021. - Hope rose on March 28, 2021 that salvage efforts would free a mammoth container ship blocking the Suez Canal for six days, crippling international trade and causing multi-million-dollar losses. The MarineTraffic and VesselFinder applications said two tugboats were heading to the vital waterway to bolster the salvage operation, while experts pinned hope on a high tide to help refloat the vessel. (Photo by - / Satellite image ?2021 Maxar Technologies / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / Satellite image ?2021 Maxar Technologies" - NO MARKETING - NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
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TOPSHOT - This satellite imagery released by Maxar Technologies shows the MV Ever Given container ship in the Suez Canal on the morning of March 28, 2021. - Hope rose on March 28, 2021 that salvage efforts would free a mammoth container ship blocking the Suez Canal for six days, crippling international trade and causing multi-million-dollar losses. The MarineTraffic and VesselFinder applications said two tugboats were heading to the vital waterway to bolster the salvage operation, while experts pinned hope on a high tide to help refloat the vessel. (Photo by - / Satellite image ?2021 Maxar Technologies / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / Satellite image ?2021 Maxar Technologies" - NO MARKETING - NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
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The stranded container ship Ever Given (back) is pictured in Egypt's Suez Canal on March 27, 2021. Efforts continue to dislodge the ship that has blocked one of the world's most heavily used shipping lanes. (Kyodo via AP Images) ==Kyodo
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The stranded container ship Ever Given (back) is pictured in Egypt's Suez Canal on March 27, 2021. Efforts continue to dislodge the ship that has blocked one of the world's most heavily used shipping lanes. (Kyodo via AP Images) ==Kyodo
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Illustration shows a cross section of the Suez Canal.
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This photo released by the Suez Canal Authority shows tug boats and dredgers working to free the Panama-flagged, Japanese-owned Ever Given, which is lodged across the Suez Canal, Sunday, March 28, 2021. Two additional tugboats are speeding to canal to aid efforts to free the skyscraper-sized container ship wedged for days across the crucial waterway. That's even as major shippers increasingly divert their boats out of fear the vessel may take even longer to free. (Suez Canal Authority via AP)
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In this photo released by the Suez Canal Authority, tug boats work to free the Panama-flagged, Japanese-owned Ever Given, which is lodged across the Suez Canal, Sunday, March 28, 2021. Two additional tugboats are speeding to canal to aid efforts to free the skyscraper-sized container ship wedged for days across the crucial waterway. That's even as major shippers increasingly divert their boats out of fear the vessel may take even longer to free. (Suez Canal Authority via AP)
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In this photo released by the Suez Canal Authority, tug boats and dredgers work to free the Panama-flagged, Japanese-owned Ever Given, which is lodged across the Suez Canal, Sunday, March 28, 2021. Two additional tugboats are speeding to canal to aid efforts to free the skyscraper-sized container ship wedged for days across the crucial waterway. That's even as major shippers increasingly divert their boats out of fear the vessel may take even longer to free. (Suez Canal Authority via AP)
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