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Suez Canal blocked from space: Incredible real-time images show Ever Given stuck

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The longer it takes for authorities to free the ship, which is currently en route from China to Rotterdam, the more traffic gathers.

Seafarers are trapped at both the northern and southern entryways, costing millions of pounds in trade a day.

The gridlock threatens goods transportation, which could also have a knock-on effect on oil prices.

Estimates suggest up to 10 million barrels of oil are currently being held at both ends of the channel.



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